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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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I did some research on technology and kids, and the amount of time spent outside. According to the article Children’s Time Outdoors, by L. Larson and others (2011), states that kids today are spending a lot less time outdoors. The main cause of this is the rise of technology. A study was done and about 57% of parents claim that the reason their children don’t go outside is because they are using some type of electronic, such as video games, watching TV, or listening to music (Larson 2011).

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Nurses face high levels of stress every day coming into work. As examined by Suresh, Matthews, and Coyne (2012), numerous factors create stressful environments within the clinical environment for both student nurses and nurses who recently acquired their certifications. Inadequate preparation in the classroom can be seen as the root to many of these stressors in the hospital and may call for an alteration of the learning environment in nursing schools.

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Keegan Stephan is a resident of New York City who has been concerned with traffic issues in his community. He has spent a considerable amount of his time to make those issues much less of a problem. He is a cyclist in New York who has been trying to make cycling a much easier and safer activity within the city. To do this he takes part in many community building activities, showing the perks of being a cyclist.

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The purpose of this article was to find out the content, motivation, and intention behind what the researchers are calling “fat talk” among adolescent girls. To be more specific, the authors wanted to find out why young women are using negative language in reference to their bodies when engaging in conversation with other adolescent women. In order to accomplish this, the researchers gathered a sample size of 186 undergraduate women ranging from age 18-23.

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A recent article from 2013 examines the relationship between the close tie of twins and how the unique “twin language” that some twins develop influences their social competence. Through a questionnaire given to Japanese mothers of twins, conclusions are developed on how twins’ close tie and other environmental factors affect their sociability, yet some broad assumptions made throughout the study limit the credibility of the research.

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Fashion and beauty are part of our every day life. We are judge constantly on our appearance and ignoring others' judgment is extremely difficult. People are ready to do many things to achieve what they want to look like. Whatever they do, some will never like what they see in the mirror.  These people will often develop eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia. These problems are very present in the women's fashion industry because girls are constantly comparing themselves with each other.

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The therapeutic relationship that should exist between physicians and their patients has been deteriorating. This blog exposes the reasons this relationship has been on the decline, the problems that have arisen as a result and the ways in which the relationship can be mended.

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This article examines the influence that hit MTV shows 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom have on teenage girls throughout the nation, and how the amount of teenage births have changed since the airing of the show. Contradicting studies vary on how the shows have affected the nation’s teens, leading to the question of how influential these shows truly are.

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