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HeyTutor used data from ACT Inc., which administers the eponymous exam, to track how grades in American high schools have inflated since 2010. more
HeyTutor used data from ACT Inc., which administers the eponymous exam, to track how grades in American high schools have inflated since 2010. more
(BPT) - Hot Springs, Arkansas, gets its name from the natural thermal water that flows from 47 ancient hot springs down into the heart of the city each day. The unique therapeutic qualities of the … more
The General ranked the five national parks with the most electric vehicle charging stations using data from the Alternative Fuels Data Center. more
The General ranked the five national parks with the most electric vehicle charging stations using data from the Alternative Fuels Data Center. more
The General ranked the five national parks with the most electric vehicle charging stations using data from the Alternative Fuels Data Center. more
Stacker ranked the best films of 2024 so far, using data from Metacritic. Keep checking back to see this list grow as the year progresses. more
Soundry Health examined Revista data to show which U.S. cities had the lowest medical office vacancy rates in 2023. more
Soundry Health examined Revista data to show which U.S. cities had the lowest medical office vacancy rates in 2023. more
Soundry Health examined Revista data to show which U.S. cities had the lowest medical office vacancy rates in 2023. more
(BPT) - The way you start your morning can significantly impact your entire day. Incorporating healthy habits into your morning routine not only sets a positive tone but also promotes overall … more
(NewsUSA) - The United States is at the opening of a critical window in time: between now and 2030 a constellation of emerging technologies including AI will continue to transform our national … more
(NewsUSA) - South of Sepharad by Eric Z. WeintraubFleeing death by the Spanish Inquisition, a Jewish doctor makes an impossible choice between home and faith, then struggles to lead his family on a … more
In late winter, many Christian denominations observe a 40-day period of fasting and prayer called Lent. This is in preparation for the spring celebration of Easter, a religious holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. … more
When Congress passed the FAFSA Simplification Act in 2020, it was touted as making it easier for more families to access the government funding they need to send their children to college. But as recent events have shown, it actually made things more complicated, frustrating and confusing. … more
When Congress passed the FAFSA Simplification Act in 2020, it was touted as making it easier for more families to access the government funding they need to send their children to college. But as recent events have shown, it actually made things more complicated, frustrating and confusing. … more
Leap Day is coming. Marvin Samuel Tolentino Pineda/iStock, via Getty images Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d … more
You may be used to hearing that it takes the Earth 365 days to make a full lap, but that journey actually lasts about 365 and a quarter days. Leap years help to keep the 12-month calendar matched up with Earth’s movement around the Sun. more
(BPT) - Pain. Fatigue. Scars. Depression. These are side effects we often hear about and associate with life-saving mastectomy surgeries. But did you know that total or partial chest numbness is a … more
(Family Features) More than 71 million adults in the United States have high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. Consider these tips to get high cholesterol under control. more
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