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Cultured Meat: Will It Have A Place On Your Menu?

A company in San Francisco wants you to eat meat without having to slaughter animals, and is already growing real meat—cultured meat—in small quantities using cells from cows, pigs, and chickens. But will it appeal to everyone? Will it satisfy the plant-based lifestyle choice of vegans?



The Ocean Matters More Than We Realize

The Ocean Matters More Than We Realize

At a time when the world faces a multitude of potential calamities – ranging from climate change to a struggling oil industry to rapid population growth – the solution could be all around us: Water.





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Is Drive-Through Surgery The Wave Of The Future?

When retired NHL goaltender Olie Kolzig underwent hip surgery after his 14-year professional hockey career ended, his orthopedic surgeon planned something unusual for his recovery. “They felt the hospital wasn’t the best place to recover. So they set up a hotel room with a hospital bed.”



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Tire Tragedy: When Recycling Goes Awry

Every year, California drivers generate more than 40 million used tires. Most of them are too beat up to be returned to the road, and until the early 1990s, two-thirds went to landfills, taking up space and costing municipalities money. Today, many are sold to companies on the other side of the Pacific, where they may be burned as fuel, returning to the North America as smog.



Alex and Ken Sutherland of LifePlan Group

4 Key Ingredients To Family Business Success

Balancing work lives with personal lives can be difficult for those who work in family businesses. It’s easy to allow the personal to seep into the business and to allow business issues to creep into what should be private time. Father and son team, Ken and Alex Sutherland, explain how they’ve made it work as they manage an independent investment advisory firm together.



Covert Maneuvers

Covert Maneuvers. An original Star Trek story by Jonathan Mycroft. It is 2375. The war with the Dominion is over, the Bajoran wormhole is open, and beyond it lies the Gamma Quadrant, just waiting to be explored. Ready to do what Starfleet has always done, Captain Angus McTavish and the crew of the U.S.S. Symphony are eager to seek out new life and new civilizations. But unknown to McTavish, his ship has become a pawn in a deadly game of treachery and deceit between rival factions, extremists who’ll stop at nothing to achieve absolute control of the Federation.



The Garden

When Daisy, a hot-house flower, moves into the great outdoors, she meets a world full of quirky flowers and insects. Follow them on their adventures as together they discover a garden full of fun, excitement, and mystery.



Are You a Bad Sports Parent?

Attributes of a good — or bad — sports parent. (Click for full infographic) © CoachUp Are You a Bad Sports Parent? Seventy-five percent of youth sports coaches say most parents place too much emphasis…



Covert Maneuvers

Covert Maneuvers. An original Star Trek story by Jonathan Mycroft. It is 2375. The war with the Dominion is over, the Bajoran wormhole is open, and beyond it lies the Gamma Quadrant, just waiting to be explored. Ready to do what Starfleet has always done, Captain Angus McTavish and the crew of the U.S.S. Symphony are eager to seek out new life and new civilizations. But unknown to McTavish, his ship has become a pawn in a deadly game of treachery and deceit between rival factions, extremists who’ll stop at nothing to achieve absolute control of the Federation.