Photographers React to Instagram’s New Snapchat-Like Features

Aug 18, 16 Photographers React to Instagram’s New Snapchat-Like Features

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Sadly, only 13% of young adults aged 18 to 24 have ever owned a photo album. With smartphones in just about every pocket in the country, popular apps like Instagram and Snapchat are thriving as the most successful photo companies. According to Business Insider, 27% of U.S. teens considered Instagram their most important social...

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Studies Show That Training Your Cat is Possible

Aug 18, 16 Studies Show That Training Your Cat is Possible

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Kittens typically need to be brought to the vet for vaccines every three to four weeks until they’re 16 weeks old, but that’s also a crucial time to begin training your cat, researchers have reported. Unlike dogs, cats have become domestic pets only within the past 50 years. In countless ways, they are still wild...

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Severe Weather Takes Destructive Toll on U.S. Cities and Homes

Aug 12, 16 Severe Weather Takes Destructive Toll on U.S. Cities and Homes

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Metal roofs are credibly proven to last 50 years or more with proper maintenance, but no amount of maintenance can prepare a roof for the kind of severe weather plaguing the U.S. this week. Iowa officials reported that severe storm winds ripped roofs off of homes, toppled trees, and even knocked out power in some areas of the...

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Nuclear Power Isn’t Suffering in the Nation’s Heat

According to the National Weather Service, about 12 million Americans are under heat alerts. The U.S. has been baking in extreme temperatures for the past few weeks, and according to Forbes, it’s affecting energy production, causing fires, water shortages, and more. One industry that hasn’t suffered? The nuclear power...

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Little Boy Turns Garbage Man When Sacremento Grants His Wish

In Sacremento, California, Ethan Dean, a six-year-old boy diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, was granted a wish: he spent the day as a garbage and recycling superhero. Outfitted in a fluorescent sanitation safety T-shirt and a green cape, Ethan was applauded by more than 100 people who came out to cheer him on as he rode on a garbage...

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