Wednesday, September 6, 2017

The Medical History of Chocolate Syrup, How Zika Could Fight Brain Cancer, An Exclusive Look at North Korea and More

 
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The Unlikely Medical History of Chocolate Syrup
 
The Unlikely Medical History of Chocolate Syrup
 
 
How Zika Virus Could Be Used to Fight Brain Cancer
 
How Zika Virus Could Be Used to Fight Brain Cancer
 
 
Ruins of a Roman City Found Off the Coast of Tunisia
 
Ruins of a Roman City Found Off the Coast of Tunisia
 
 
10 Ways to Awaken Your Tastebuds in Austria
 
 
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Harvard Law School Marks Ties to Slavery in New Plaque
 
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2.8 Million Stars Sparkle in This Incredible Image of the Milky Way
 
2.8 Million Stars Sparkle in This Incredible Image of the Milky Way
 
 
How to Busk the London Underground
 
How to Busk the London Underground
 
 
How We Can Support the World's Rich Musical Diversity
 
How We Can Support the World's Rich Musical Diversity
 
 
The View From Pyongyang: An Exclusive Look at the World's Most Secretive Nation
 
The View From Pyongyang: An Exclusive Look at the World's Most Secretive Nation
 
 
How Forest Forensics Could Prevent the Theft of Ancient Trees
 
How Forest Forensics Could Prevent the Theft of Ancient Trees
 
 
You Can Help Scientists Study Great White Sharks Off the Coast of Cape Cod
 
You Can Help Scientists Study Great White Sharks Off the Coast of Cape Cod
 
 
The Bizarre Story of Piggly Wiggly, the First Self-Service Grocery Store
 
The Bizarre Story of Piggly Wiggly, the First Self-Service Grocery Store
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1860, pioneering social reformer Jane Addams was born. Known as the "mother" of social work, she was named co-winner of the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize for her lifework, notably Chicago’s famed Hull House. Read how the democratic center, which became a beacon for poor immigrants, helped enact real change.
 
 
 
 
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A photograph taken of travelers at Lysaker station in Oslo, one of the main train stations.
 
"Lysaker Oslo 2017" Photo by Henning Pettersen
 
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