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Fecal bacteria can come from a variety of sources, including Canada geese waste.

Gurbir Singh Grewal is the first Sikh-American Attorney General in the history of the country.

Vaping has been linked to more than 400 illnesses across the country, including six deaths, this past summer. 


American novelist Toni Morrison has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album and most recently the Thomas Jefferson Medal.

 The mice used in the study were roughly half the size of an adult’s cupped hands, with a short white device that resembled an antenna sticking out of its head. The structure of a mouse's brain is relatively similar to that of an adult's. 

 Despite the name, 4D printing is essentially 3D printing, except that the materials are more flexible. The process of 4D printing involves temperature, in order to tune the mechanical properties of the materials and trigger their shape changing ability. 

 Physicians are increasingly becoming more interested in the possibilities of prescribing benzoyl peroxide, which helps to kill bacteria-causing acne, as well as increase skin turnover and reduce clogged pores. 

 High intensity interval training is popular among people looking to be fit because of its efficiency. The style of training involves short spurts of high intensity exercise, with even shorter breaks in between. 

 In 1816, Henry Rutgers served as a trustee for then-named Queen's College. After resigning from his position, he held a meeting at his home in order to resolve the financial disputes the college had. The college was then renamed in 1825 after his honor. 

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