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           In the news article “Lack of exercise, not diet, linked to rise in obesity, Stanford research shows” published on July 7th, 2014 by Becky Bach in Stanford Medicine, it is proven that there is a strong correlation between the lack of exercise and the rise in obesity. A national health survey was conducted from 1988 to 2010 by a team of researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine. The results showed that inactivity could be the reason for the rise in obesity rather than a high calorie intake.

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“Women represent the majority of young university graduates, but are still underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and computer science (STEM) fields” (Hango). In our culture, there still exist stereotypes that surround women scientists in the media, such as: females are less skilled than males in scientific fields; female scientists are unfashionable or sexy, too emotional or cold.

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Very recently, MTL blog snapped a picture of a homeless woman and man doing sexual favours in public in place des arts metro. Synden Hope-Johnsten, the editor of this ‘article’ post a picture of the incident and poking fun at this woman and man. The metro is not the place to do such things, but I personally pass these people every day, for I work in Place des Arts metro. Finding this obscure article and picture, I hardly find this ‘article’ to be news at all, if anything these people need help.

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You are most probably one of the millions of people in the world who illegally downloads music for free on the Internet. For over a decade, there have been debates regarding the ethical dilemma of downloading music without paying for it. On one hand, the impact is felt on the artists and on the record labels that produce the works because of a considerable decline in CD sales. On the other hand, the ease of instantly downloading music and the variety of songs offered on the file-sharing sites are the main reasons why music fans do not want to pay for CDs.

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