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Nutrition, Health, and Safety Worksheets

Nutrition, health, and safety are important topics to discuss with your children. You'll naturally discuss many facts about these subjects as you go about your daily life. However, spending some time focusing specifically on each can help children understand why their eating habits, hygiene, and exercise are vital to their overall well-being.
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Nanika atta - Simple Japanese Phrases

Meaning: What's up? Pronunciation: Listen to the audio file for "Nanika atta?." Japanese Characters: 何かあった? (なにかあった?) More Greetings: Previous word Next word Greetings Archive Simple Japanese Phrases
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History of Terrorism: Anarchism and Anarchist Terrorism

Anarchism was a late 19th-century idea among a number of Europeans, Russians, and Americans that all government should be abolished, and that voluntary cooperation, rather than force, should be society's organizing principle. The word itself comes from a Greek word, anarkos , which means "without a chief.
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Does Hollywood Have a Diversity Problem?

In recent years many women and people of color in Hollywood have become outspoken about the lack of diversity of characters in major films, as well as the problem of being cast in stereotypical roles. But just how bad is Hollywood's diversity problem? A report released in August 2015 by USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism found that these problems are more substantial than many think.
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Coca (Cocaine) History, Domestication, and Use

Coca, the source of natural cocaine, is one of a handful of shrubs in the Erythroxylum family of plants. Erythroxylum includes over 100 different species of trees, shrubs and sub-shrubs native to South America and elsewhere. Two of the South American species, E. coca and E. novogranatense , have potent alkaloids occurring in their leaves, and those leaves have been used for their medicinal and hallucinogenic properties for thousands of years.
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