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Last updated: January 3, 2023 • Education Advice

mRNA technology used for Covid vaccines now treats cancer

On the 13th of December, Moderna, and Merck announced a new investigational mRNA cancer vaccine. According to the study conducted, the vaccine proved efficient, giving hope to skin cancer patients. The company pioneering mRNA technology developed an investigational personalized vaccine, which, in combination with Merck & Co.’s immunotherapy Keytruda, proved efficient in the adjuvant treatment …

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Last updated: November 4, 2022 • Education Advice

Hitting the bullseye in space: NASA’s DART mission making history

There’s something deeply human about our love for celebration. Celebration is always about something out of the ordinary, a small event that makes us divert briefly from our usual course of doing things. It’s even better if you have someone to celebrate with, whether it’s a small group of people or a bigger collective. Or …

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Last updated: October 19, 2022 • Education Advice

Disability-Friendly Hiking Trips

Going on hiking trips across the US national parks gives people access to some of the most amazing sights in the worlds. From the 423 national parks available throughout the country, finding one that is close to you will be easy, but visiting these parks isn’t as easy for everyone. While the most beautiful national …

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Last updated: September 2, 2022 • Education Advice

What to Do if you’re Dating a Smoker

Smoking is a bad habit. There’s no way around that and the effect that cigarette smoke has on your health is undeniable. Still, while most people are non-smokers there are still those that engage in this practice and whether they want to stop smoking or not, some understand those effects, and some don’t. For non-smokers, …

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Last updated: July 21, 2022 • Education Advice

Find the Balance Between Parenting and Career

Over the past two years, around three-quarters of parents, moms and dads alike, either limited their working hours or have considered doing so. Others are simply taking on far less demanding roles as they prioritize parenthood over their careers. This trend is also known as the “Great Resignation” but switching up their priorities and renegotiation …

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