On Feb. 7, 1964, the Beatles arrived to unprecedented fanfare at New York City’s newly renamed John F. Kennedy International Airport.
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When it comes to pimping out a fish tank, a novice might purchase a bag of brightly colored gravel and a few plastic ornaments.
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Parents have long poured on cheese sauce, peanut butter and the like to coax kids to eat their vegetables, but a new study suggests those tricks might also get children to look more favorably at the vegetables themselves.
People turning 50 may want to consider tweaking their exercise routines because as they age stiffer joints, slower recovery from injury and the loss of lean body mass are among the perils facing the youngest baby boomers, fitness experts say.
Racism as a social and scientific concept is reshaped and reborn periodically through the ages and according to a Penn State anthropologist ...
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Survival expert Tom Brown Jr’s advanced survival training course begins with students being dropped off in the wilds of the state of Montana — in the dead of winter.
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