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  • What Type Of Bra Are You?

    Is wearing the right size bra important to you? Are you aware of the health risks which come with wearing the wrong size? ...No? Take this quiz and find out what type of bra best fits your personality and learn about the importance of wearing the right size bra along the way. ">

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    Which Disney Movie Detail Totally Blows Your Mind?

    They really think things through with these films.

  • Which Method Of Persuasion Are You?

    Discover which method of persuasion used in rhetoric you are!

  • The Force Is Strong With Publix

    there are no Publix on the the Darkside.

  • 6 Tips To On How To Avoid Cracked Samsung Screen

    Mishaps are always bound to happen. In the home, at work, outdoors, wherever, accidents will always occur. In many cases, it is the fragile parts involved in the accidents that suffer the greatest damage. This is probably most evident with mobile devices and their screens. Even the most careful Samsung smartphone and tablet users, still stand the risk of having a cracked screen, let alone the very many butter-finger users. A cracked screen takes beauty away from your phone. It is like an acne-ridden face; no matter how beautiful you are, the face will never show it. For this, therefore, it is important to do all you can, to avoid having a cracked screen. Thanks to advances in technology, and quick-thinking innovators, measures have been put in place, to guard you and your phone against having a crack. Below are some of the best tips, to protect your Samsung screen from cracking.

  • Horton Hears The Who - Pun

    bizarro by dan piraro - more puns here

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  • Nine Misconceptions Of Working With Musicians

    Have you ever wondered what musicians are really like?

  • 6 Famous People Who Will Inspire You To Never Give Up

    “Never give up.” It’s probably one of the most cliché phrases you’ll hear as you’re building your career. But there’s a reason these sayings are clichés—you never know when success really does lie around the next corner.

  • Yoga For Menstrual Cramps

    Waking up in the morning with the most horrible pain from menstrual cramp is unimaginable. It is every woman’s monthly nightmare.

  • Romeo & Juliet Personality Quiz

    This quiz is to tell you more about Romeo and Juliet and Paris but it will also tell you which one you are more like and it would tell you why you're like that specific person


    O curso é um dos mais procurados por alunos com facilidade multidisciplinar.

  • Which Sleeping Kathy Are You?

    There are so many to choose from

  • BU Bucketlist

    Another year is swiftly drawing to a close, and while we hate to see you go, let's see just how much you've checked off of your BU Bucketlist!

  • Cinco De Mayo Beer Cocktail

    Beer Cocktail made with Corona, hard cider, cranberry and fresh lime juice

  • Cook Through The Momofuku Milk Bar Cookbook At Bake The Book Class

    Learn the essentials of creating tasty desserts from the Momofuku Milk Bar during this interactive class.

  • 10 Signs You're Graduating From The College Of Education

    Graduation is this weekend, and we are so excited for all of our #EduGatorGrads. Here are some signs that you're graduating from the College of Education because let's be honest, you're going to miss good ole' Norman Hall.

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  • What Collar Is Right For You And Your Feline Friend?

    Can’t decide on what collar is right for your cat? Take this quiz to find out!

  • Introvert Or Extrovert.

    Are you an introvert or extrovert? Answer these questions truthfully to figure out your results.

  • Effects Of Child Sexual Abuse

    Effects of Child Sexual Abuse on Victims. For victims, the effects of child sexual abuse can be devastating. Victims may feel significant distress and display a wide range of psychological symptoms, both short- and long-term. They may feel powerless, ashamed, and distrustful of others. Learn more from this video

  • Max's And Alex's Personality Quiz

    Extrovert or Introvert

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  • The Real Test

    The Real Personality Test

  • Traveling soon? Look out for bed bugs

    Every traveler loves a comfy night’s sleep, whether you’re vacationing in your dream city or finding repose on a business trip. While you’re settling in for a nice sleep, however, one pest may be just waking up. That pest is a bed bug, and they pose a steep challenge to travelers. Bed bugs are parasites that love feeding on humans. They can travel a long way in the evening if they have motivation, but most people find bed bugs within a few feet of a bed. Because these pests feast on humans, they love inhabiting spaces where they will find a steady supply. That fact makes hotels, and common transportation for travelers, a prime post for the parasites to camp out. If the pests climb into your luggage, they could turn into a serious problem at home too. Bed Bugs on the Rise Developing countries have always dealt with bed bug problems. In recent years, however, the pesky creatures have been rising in population within developed countries as well. To compound the problem, scientists have also found that the bugs may be developing a resistance to insecticides. One study published in The Journal of Economic Entomology decided to test this theory. Researchers used two common chemicals previously known to kill bed bugs, chlorfenapyr and bifenthrin, and they tested ten different populations. In addition, they used one population known for its susceptibility to these chemicals as a control group. As they conducted the study, researchers noticed that the test populations took longer than the control group to die after exposure to either of the chemicals. Researchers also needed a higher concentration of the chemicals to kill these populations. The researchers concluded that you should use more than one method to get rid of an infestation quickly. You should also check for pests regularly in order to deal with any problems early on. Signs of Bed Bugs Bed bugs like to tuck themselves in the crevices of a bed during the day and make their appearances at night. To avoid bringing bed bugs home after traveling, you should check for them carefully as soon as you enter a hotel room. Missy Henriksen from the National Pest Management Association recommends keeping your luggage in the bathroom until you’re done inspecting. Even after a thorough inspection, keep your luggage off the floor by using the luggage rack. When checking for bed bugs, turn on a flashlight and use scrap paper to pick up any suspicious spots. Look around the headboard of the bed, under the mattress, and in any corners or crevices around the bed. If you see any blood stains or dark brown spots, you might be dealing with a bed bug problem. Don’t stop with the bed, though: check any furniture around it. In fact, you should expand your search to any soft furniture in the room. If you do find signs of bed bugs, opt for a room far away from the infested one or check into a different hotel. While you might be tempted to skip this inspection and start relaxing right away, you should make time for it. Bed bugs prove to be a difficult problem to eliminate. Health Risks So far, bed bugs are not considered a major health risk to humans. While they may carry diseases, the pests have not shown to transmit them. On the other hand, bed bugs do still pose some health problems. When they bite, they often cause an itchy rash that could become infected if not properly cared for. You may also experience anxiety and insomnia because of fear of another bite during sleep. You might withdraw socially as you deal with this problem, or others might keep a distance until the bed bugs are eliminated. Either way, bed bugs can cause psychological disruptions that affect your sleep habits, emotions, and work performance. During traveling, you often just want to relax at your destination, unwinding in your hotel room. You can, but be sure to check for bed bugs first. If you find a problem, you’ll be glad that you inspected and kept the pests from traveling all the way to your home.