What We Read This Week


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Here is what we found interesting this week!


Coolest Job Ever: Globetrotting Biologist and Tour Leader

Traveling the world, Sentman takes small groups of people (“voluntourists” with Oceanic Society) everywhere from remote atolls in the middle of the Pacific Ocean to wildlife reserves in Kenya.…Read Full Article

From Treehugger


Tough Times, Even Higher Debts For College Graduates

Two-thirds of American college graduates left school last year with student loan debt hanging over their heads and the average amount they owed was $26,600, up 5 percent from the previous year. They also walked into…Read Full Article

From NPR: The Two-Way


21 Super Kids that Will Save the World from Adults

I really want you to also realize you basically wasted your teen years, as well. Yesterday, Collin highlighted 19 incredible stories of human accomplishment, which are impressive in their own right, but if you found those people inspiring…Read Full Article

From Treehugger


Sleep Apnea May Protect Against Heart-Attack Damage

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious health condition that, if untreated, can contribute to high blood pressure, increased stroke risk and a number of other cardiovascular ills. But according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Sleep and Breathing, obstructive sleep apnea may actually help protect against damage to the hear…Read Full Article

From The Washington Post: The Checkup


The Altar of My Ears

Many early cultures viewed the ears as the seat of wisdom but I prefer to follow W. H. Mathieu and regard my ears as an altar. Through these remarkable organs with the three tiniest bones in the body, I take in the sacred…Read Full Article

From Spirituality & Practice


Cheerleaders Win Temporary Injunction in High-Profile Free Speech Case

Cheerleaders from a small eastern Texas town have won the first battle in their crusade to display Christian religious messages on banners at their high school’s football games…Read Full Article

From CNN: Belief Blog


Apple Announces Smaller, Cheaper Version Of iPad

Philip W. Schiller, the senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Apple, announced a new, smaller and cheaper version of its popular tablet…Read Full Article

From NPR: The Two-Way

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