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National Geographic is Sharing Photos of Endangered Species This Summer to Help Save Their Lives

National Geographic is Sharing Photos of Endangered Species This Summer to Help Save Their Lives

mag404 May 23, 2017 Comments Off on National Geographic is Sharing Photos of Endangered Species This Summer to Help Save Their Lives

Photo Ark—one of National Geographic‘s many prized projects—has teamed up with the Outdoor Advertising Association of America to present a cute, cuddly, and critical campaign. Aptly titled #SaveTogether, the movement calls attention to species whose futures are uncertain.

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Can Drugs Actually Be Good for Your Health?

Can Drugs Actually Be Good for Your Health?

mag404 April 5, 2017 Comments Off on Can Drugs Actually Be Good for Your Health?

Many consider drugs to be one of the primary catalysts for some of the world’s best art, music and cultural development. Typically it’s because they stimulate our minds to work in ways we never

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What Your New Years Resolution Should Be, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

What Your New Years Resolution Should Be, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

mag404 December 29, 2016 Comments Off on What Your New Years Resolution Should Be, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Aries (March 21st to April 19th) This year vow to work on taking things down a notch. You’re very impulsive and only want things when you want them so this year take a step

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Why Do Kids Believe in Santa Claus?

Why Do Kids Believe in Santa Claus?

mag404 December 24, 2016 Comments Off on Why Do Kids Believe in Santa Claus?

The holiday season is upon us, and so are its attendant myths, most prominent of which is the Santa Claus story. This is the time that many children are told about a man who

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5 Ways Being Thankful Can Improve Your Life

5 Ways Being Thankful Can Improve Your Life

mag404 November 23, 2016 Comments Off on 5 Ways Being Thankful Can Improve Your Life

Some Thanksgiving traditions are best in small doses, like pie binges, chair naps and televised parade coverage. But thanks to a group of scientists at the University of California-Berkeley, the holiday’s namesake spirit of

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Day of the Dead: What Is Día De Los Muertos?

Day of the Dead: What Is Día De Los Muertos?

mag404 November 1, 2016 Comments Off on Day of the Dead: What Is Día De Los Muertos?

Día de los Muertos, also known as the Day of the Dead, is a two-day celebration that occurs every year on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2, the day after Halloween. It is a time

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Five Ways To Celebrate The Fact That It’s Friday

Five Ways To Celebrate The Fact That It’s Friday

mag404 September 16, 2016 Comments Off on Five Ways To Celebrate The Fact That It’s Friday

1. Failing to give even the slightest f-ck at work. Man, it’s Friday. Tomorrow is Saturday, AKA the only day of the week fully sandwiched by pure happiness — there is no reason to

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Why Is The DEA Is Still Clinging To Reagan-Era Hysteria Over Marijuana?

Why Is The DEA Is Still Clinging To Reagan-Era Hysteria Over Marijuana?

mag404 August 12, 2016 Comments Off on Why Is The DEA Is Still Clinging To Reagan-Era Hysteria Over Marijuana?

After delaying their decision for months, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) finally announced Thursday that it will not ease restrictions on marijuana, currently regulated under the strictest classification available. The rest of the country

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What Are Political Conventions For And How Do They Work?

What Are Political Conventions For And How Do They Work?

mag404 July 19, 2016 Comments Off on What Are Political Conventions For And How Do They Work?

This week, the Republicans hold their national convention, followed by the Democratic National Convention next week. After months of debates and grandstanding, both parties’ presidential candidates will be set in stone. That’s just the beginning

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How to Parlay Your Stress Into Productivity

How to Parlay Your Stress Into Productivity

mag404 June 30, 2016 Comments Off on How to Parlay Your Stress Into Productivity

It starts off slow. Heart rate building. Dry mouth. A drip of sweat slowly rolling down from your temple to your cheek. And then wham. A punch to the gut. Stress. It’s inevitable in

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