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像海龜這樣的海洋生物,本應該是在美麗的海底世界優游自得,然而卻因為人類的自私,大量的垃圾污染生態,使得這些海洋生物的家受到破壞,甚至是無辜的死去。

Rescued in Peanut the red-eared slider had a plastic six-pack holder embedded in her shell. Photo by the Missouri Department of Conservation

We Took A 2,428-Mile Road Trip Along The Mexico Border: Here's What We Saw

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We Took A 2,428-Mile Road Trip Along The Mexico Border: Here's What We Saw

愛穿白衣服的人快收!太實用了,好幾件衣服都泛黃,總以為是沒洗乾淨!現在終於知道了

愛穿白衣服的人快收!太實用了,好幾件衣服都泛黃,總以為是沒洗乾淨!現在終於知道了

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25 Mini-Films for Exploring Race, Bias and Identity With Students - The New York Times

25 Mini-Films for Exploring Race, Bias and Identity With Students

A conversation about growing up Black In this short documentary, young black men explain the particular challenges they face growing up in America.

"There's nothing more we can do" is one of the most heart-breaking phrases to hear from your doctor. Our Pillar Guide Cindy Finch speaks about why she thinks doctors should not be allowed to use this phrase. To learn more about Cindy visit Reimagine.me

Let's Stamp Out the Phrase 'There's Nothing More We Can Do'

"There's nothing more we can do" is one of the most heart-breaking phrases to hear from your doctor. Our Pillar Guide Cindy Finch speaks about why she thinks doctors should not be allowed to use this phrase. To learn more about Cindy visit Reimagine.

How To Raise Your Kids Without Yelling Or Punishing

How To Raise Your Kids Without Yelling Or Punishing

A Nanny Debunks 5 Common Parenting Myths

Evelyn Blanchard began her advocacy on behalf of American Indian children and families in the 1970s taken to boarding schools  (Photo courtesy of the University of Nebraska Press)

Evelyn Blanchard began her advocacy on behalf of American Indian children and families in the 1970s taken to boarding schools (Photo courtesy of the University of Nebraska Press)

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