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Simply Stated: How Powerful is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is foreign waters. There is a possibility for more school systems to regulate or even ban the use of the program. With how realistic the results are to human-made products, the differentiatio...
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Simply Stated: Where’d All The Eggs Go?

With the persistence of a highly pathogenic outbreak of Avian Influenza, poultry populations have suffered, in turn causing decreasing egg supplies and increasing prices.
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Simply Stated: How Do You Lessen The Toll Of A Sugar Rush?

While it’s important to enjoy these Howmoments while they last, there is one important thing to watch out for, which is a major glucose spike when you subconsciously munch on some Sour Patch Kids or...
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Simply Stated: Why Do People Faint at the Sight of Blood?

Vasovagal syncope, a type of reflex syncope, is the most common reason people faint. Vasovagal means caused by the vagus nerve while the term syncope refers to the act of fainting.
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Simply Stated: What’s Going On Up There?

Scientists at NASA have found success in the world’s first planetary defense mission, the Double Asteroid Redirection Test.
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Simply Stated: Starter pack for college student health

Student health consists of eight different dimensions of wellness: physical, social, emotional, intellectual, vocational, environmental, spiritual and financial.
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Simply Stated: What can really be expected from the Ocean Road Housing Project?

With the removal of the Eucalyptus Curtain, there will be noticeably less green space, more traffic and noise pollution along Ocean Road. Despite the expected environmental impacts, these impacts migh...
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Simply Stated: James Webb Telescope Releases First Images

The recently launched James Webb Telescope released 5 images on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, not only deepening scientific understanding of the universe, but promising discovery in the future.
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Simply Stated: How Does Music Impact the Brain?

Music activates nearly all of the brain’s various networks. Because of this, the act of listening to a song strengthens connections between many different parts of the brain, including areas respons...
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Simply Stated: Where Did My Other Sock Go?

Scientists have created a mathematical model to predict the likelihood of having an unmatched sock in a load of laundry.
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Simply Stated: Why Do We Cry When We’re Sad?

Have you ever stopped to think about why we cry when we’re sad or stressed, and whether there is actually a biological reason behind it?
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Simply Stated: Why Don’t Humans Just Screw Themselves?

Extensive research has been conducted on the neurochemical basis of love, psychosexual development and genetic connections to sexuality. 
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Simply Stated: Food Fight? “Starving” the Cancer

Diet accounts for 30-50% of environmentally caused cancers. With a normal balance of angiogenesis, your body can prevent blood vessels from ever reaching cancer cells, thereby preventing tumors from g...
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Simply Stated: Does it Really Never Rain in Southern California?

In California, high pressure during much of the year steers storms well clear of the state.
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Simply Stated: What Is the Best Form of Caffeine?

What should you be drinking to stay fueled and focused?
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