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Protecting Our Daughters from Campus Rape

In 1983, I was a Harvard freshman. I was happy to be at Harvard, naturally. Harvard was pleased too, mostly because the college, which had welcomed female students for only 11 years, had recently taken progressive steps to protect us from being raped on campus. During freshman orientation, the campus police proudly showed female students all the blue light phones that had been installed on campus walkways. If you ran to the phone at night …

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The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Your Teeth in Your 30s, 40s, and 50s

As we get older, it becomes even more essential to take up new health responsibilities, including prioritizing our oral health. As you navigate through your 30s, 40s, and 50s, maintaining healthy teeth and gums becomes increasingly crucial for dental and general health. This guide will explore the essential steps and considerations for caring for your…

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Give a Hero a Home: The Rewarding Experience of Adopting Ex-Government Dogs

The holiday season is a time of love, warmth, and giving. While many people consider adopting a furry friend during this time, there is a unique and heartwarming option available – adopting a hard-working dog that used to work in government facilities. These remarkable canines have dedicated their lives to various federal agencies, assisting in…