Between confiscated monkeys and his Viennese shunning, Justin Bieber's Euro Trip has been entertaining as hell — and that's not even counting what happens when he takes the stage!!
Unsure of what to expect and probably fearing the worst, the good people of Norway are basically shutting down their entire country upon JB's mid-April arrival!
Not knowing whether the country's young rural Beliebers might skip their studies to see the Canadian crooner at one of his two Oslo concerts, some schools are actually getting proactive!!
Five schools in one remote district are
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This has to be the CUTEST thing ever!
Nothing is more stressful than finals, exams and tests, so in order to help students cope with all the pressure, Dalhousie University in Canada is creating a PUPPY ROOM!!
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So we all have heard that Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a long time supporter of Planned Parenthood, abruptly cut off their funding because of their
pro-life agenda new policy that forbids them from funding organizations that support a woman's right to choose are under government investigation, right?
In case you haven't, they did and are giving the BS excuse that they are simply severing ties because a Republican Florida senator launched an investigation to determine whether or not the women's health organization was using federal money to fund abortions.
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Researchers are saying that gum can help kids score higher on tests.
A study at St. Lawrence University found that students who chew gum five minutes before a test scored higher than students who did not.
Past studies have found that physical activity increases brain performance.
Now, it looks like even the slighest activity helps the brain.
The study split 80 undergrads into two groups; chewers or no chewing.
Gum chewers either chewed throughout the test or before the test.
While those who chewed gum before the test had higher scores, the opposite happened to those who chewed gum throughout the test.
Who knew gum could be so helpful!
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