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Castaic Lake Water Agency (CLWA) and 15 sponsors treated 100 special needs children and their families to a day of boating and fishing at Castaic Lake. The agency paired up with C.A.S.T. (Catch a
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Oh, Spam. The beloved canned meat was cherished by 40s housewives and scheming advertisers. However, since the 1940s, the questionable pink ham substance has made a major comeback in Hawaii,
The FDA is about to make a decision on whether or not they will approve a new gene therapy for a hereditary blindness disease. Luxturna would be the first approved gene therapy used in the United
According to a new 16-year study, people whose marriages “steadily get sweeter” have healthier weights and lower cholesterol levels than those marriages that have stayed the same,
Soil is obviously extremely important for all of life, but it might be playing a much larger role in the fight against global warming than anyone originally thought. According to Newsweek, carbon