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New York City, a few years back, instituted a homelessness prevention program named “Homebase,” essentially to help homeless individuals and families get back on their feet and provide some aid.  Researchers Sarena Goodman, Peter Messeri, and Brendan O’Flaherty, decided to address the question on whether prevention programs like Homebase impact the length of time the homeless, specifically homeless families, spend in shelters (2014).  Through record data analysis, the researchers gathered statistics concerning family size, number of children, and length of shelter spells.  They found that H

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    Daniel Brennan wrote the article “Why Your Good Study Habits Are Wrong” on December 22, 2013, in order to give tips about studying. According to her, a lot of parents have strong opinions about how their child study and want them to finish their homework as soon as they get back home.

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Are video games really that bad?

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In the Academic Journal Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, Shan Jin, Nazeem Muharjarine, Jennifer Cushon and Hyun J. Lim wrote an article on March 1, 2013 named “Factors Associated with Childhood Depression in Saskatoon Students: A Multilevel Analysis”. They chose to investigate the whys behind childhood depression because most adults nowadays affected by depression have most likely suffered from mild to high level depression as children.

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Do kids enjoy playing a sport and more successful when their parents are controlling and get too involved or when parents are supportive and provide positive feedback?

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The research article “Drug Abuse Violations in Communities” looks into the idea that newspapers in communities have certain effects on drug abuse; particularly hypothesizing direct and indirect negative effects.  It sampled 389 random counties nationwide and analyzed different aspects of them in three phases, which included identifying voter participation and civic engagement, crime rates, and lastly the hypothesized effects of newspapers on their respective communities (Yamamoto & Ran, 2013).  The study concluded that newspapers had only a part indirect negative effect on drug abuse vi

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Euthanasia has always raised several debates. In the following paragraphs you will read two similar stories from completely opposite parts of the world. These stories come to demonstrate the reason for opposition of euthanasia. Following these real life situations is an exploration of the medical and government views on supporting and challenging euthanasia. As you will read, for political achievement and medical advancement, euthanasia has been a source of controversy in every part of the world.   

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It seems like the United States military isn't as pristine as it used to be. Are you actually safe in this country?

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Suicides among military service members, current and prior, constitute about one-fifth of all suicides in the US. This article discusses how the military handles this and why it is such a big issue due to the emotional havoc it wreaks, as well as financial cost as a consequence, leaving the reader with the question of how to solve it for good.

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