HarborChase of Princeton Resort-Style Senior Living

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With luxurious amenities, chef-prepared culinary creations, and engaging resort-style activities, HarborChase of Princeton sets the standard for excellence with senior living experiences. Located just an hour’s drive from Philadelphia and New York City, and minutes from Princeton University, the HarborChase community bridges the gap between independent living, assisted living and memory care with unparalleled hospitality … Continued

The Popularity of Sports in High School

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Written by: Nazli Mohideen Sports are an undeniable aspect of high school culture. Between the late night practices, hype of letterman jackets, and inseparable bond among teammates, students often find themselves becoming athletes throughout their high school career. For many, it’s their entire identity: working towards making Varsity, earning a scholarship to play their respective sport … Continued

Facebook Releases Controversial Smart Glasses with Ray Bans

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Written By: Nazli Mohideen In a digital world like today, there is always rising pressure on companies to release the next best thing whether that’s an electric car, updated phone, or wireless product. With more electronics, however, comes safety concerns in regards to the consumer’s internet safety when using such products. People are fleeing left … Continued

What is Powassan virus disease?

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Powassan (POW) virus disease is a rare, but often serious disease that is caused by a virus spread by infected ticks. 100 cases of POW virus disease were reported in the United States over the past 10 years. POW virus is one of a group of arthropod-borne viruses (arboviruses) that can cause inflammation of the … Continued

What is Disenfranchised Grief?

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By, Surabhi Ashok Imagine you lose your house in a fire. All your possessions, your clothes in your closet, your bulletin board covered in pictures, your memories, are gone. However, you push away your sadness and tell yourself that you should be glad that at least your whole family is safe, that other people lose … Continued

Don’t Shock Me: Fighting Against Menstrual Toxic Shock Syndrome

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By Bianca Battaglia Menstrual Toxic Shock Syndrome (mTSS) is a disease in which Staphylococcus aureus bacteria produce toxins that contaminate the bloodstream. These toxins, in turn, quickly travel throughout the body and overstimulate the immune system to the point where it can no longer protect the body. The Staph. aureus can enter the body through … Continued

Fantasy Maps: The Next Creative Trend

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By, Surabhi Ashok Think back to any fantasy novel that you have read. Most of them open with a detailed drawing of their story’s world. This drawing is a fantasy map, which is essentially a guide to help the audience understand the landscape that authors or directors create. It is a visual of every important … Continued

Central Jersey Generators

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Carlos Montecinos, owner of Central Jersey Generators, is an authorized dealer for Kohler, Cummins, Generac, and Briggs and Stratton. His company specializes in sales, service, and installation. Originally from Delaware, Carlos moved to New Jersey in 2011 to work for a local generator service company before deciding to start his own service company in 2013. … Continued