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The Olympic Winter Games of Pyeongchang will be the first Olympic Winter Games with over 100 gold medals up for grabs, which means lots of opportunities to recognize excellence and for awarding the best. Like any event of this magnitude, its share of challenges of a non-athletic nature will be faced during the course of the 17-day event. Lurking in the background of the Games' quest to find the best is a subtle reminder of

As the 2018 Super Bowl final stats are tallied and the equipment packed away, viewers are sure to be left with a lasting memory of one of the event's most competitive and dramatic start-to-finish competitions. The lasting impact of the game within the game — the battle of the Super Bowl ads — and the behaviors they designed to influence, will take much longer to play out.Despite the lowest ratings for the Game telecast since

What can be said about water? There is so much. It is found everywhere on Earth and, wherever water flows, you will find life. Scientists call it the universal solvent. Almost every substance can dissolve in water. Many of the properties of the compound we call water remain a mystery to scientists. What they do know is that certain chemical properties of water make it indispensable for living creatures. Water's amazing dissolving properties also make

As the 2017-2018 flu season drones on, it continues to be classified as a "moderately severe" event. To date, an estimated six percent of all Americans have sought medical care for flu symptoms. We know that large numbers of Americans have fallen ill, that people across the nation have been hospitalized and people have died. Where this will stack up in the annals of flu epidemics will not be known until it is officially over.While