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An Inspiring Mom

Ann Marie Cody pushes her triplets up the final hill of the Silicon Valley Half Marathon in San Jose, Calif., Sunday, April 15, 2018. Cody ran the race to raise funds for the neonatal unit at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View where her triplets were born 16 months ago. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

Taking your children outside is one thing, but Ann Marie Cody takes outdoor exercise with kids to a whole new level: beating a world record for fastest half-marathon while pushing a triple pram with her triplets. Dubbed the “superwoman” mom, Cody seeks to inspire other moms that they can stay healthy and balanced while also remaining […]

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The Origin of April Showers

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Ironically, although April has arrived, bringing along the term “April Showers,” California has already displayed the weather patterns of summer with sweltering afternoons rather than rain, still gradually recovering from drought. However, one question I wondered about was what brought this term April Showers? The sterotypical belief of April is that “April Showers bring May […]

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A Brief Break from Reality

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As spring began its gradual transition to the swelter of summer, I decided to take a hike by myself on a mildly warm afternoon last Saturday. “Maybe it’ll clear my mind,” I thought. And clear my mind it did. As I trudged on the Fremont Older trails, the sun gradually setting, the heat gradually settling, sweat […]

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How Plants “Work”

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Although the current temperature in California hints at spring weather, I was still surprised to see tinges of green on some of the trees, especially as over a month of winter is still to be expected. This led me to recall a recent biology lecture at school onto why and how plants produce oxygen through photosynthesis […]

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Cacti

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My family has always ran into an issue when ever we receive a new plant: they almost always die. Whether it’s too much water, too little water or not enough sunlight, one determining factor always seems to doom the plant to its inevitable wilting and death. However, I refused to give up and recently hoped to […]

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