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Overcome Doubts and Failures Now

Children have limitless self-esteem. Failures don’t set them back – if they did, no one would ever learn to walk. Rekindle that attitude by learning, and unlearning, some important life lessons.

Buerger’s Disease Can Imperil Penis Health

Penis health is uppermost in the minds of many men. They should know about Buerger’s disease, a thankfully rare condition that can affect the penis in a bad way.

Team Triple Crown Highlights Success Of Individual Player, But Failure For The Club

It is such a rare feat that almost fifty years passed without one single player having reached it, until Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers earned it in 2012. That season he smashed 45 home runs, collected 139 runs batted in, and hit .330, leading the American League in all three categories to net the coveted Triple Crown.

I Might Have Known Him

I schedule my sessions so I can take a break to walk through the neighbourhood. What a wonderful way to clear my head. As I meander down tree-lined streets, I occasionally glance at a house, as if there’s some connection between me and someone living there. And for a moment, I stop and wonder…

The Universe’s First-Born Stars Had A Cold Nursery

Just after our Universe was born 13.8 billion years ago in the Big Bang, there was a mysterious era when it was black, and there were no stars around to cast their streaming, sparkling light into this swath of darkness. Today, when we stare up at our sky at night, we see a vast dark background lit by the star-fire emitted by its billions upon billions of brilliant stellar inhabitants. However, the way that our Universe’s first-born stars came into existence remains one of the most tantalizing mysteries haunting the dreams of astronomers. Where did the first stars come from, and when did they appear on this ancient swath of blackness–lighting up what was originally featureless and dark? In February 2018, astronomers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Arizona State University reported that a table-sized radio antenna in a remote region of western Australia has detected faint signals of hydrogen gas from the primordial Universe–indicating the existence of the Universe’s first-born stars only about 180 million years after the Big Bang.

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