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Do AirPods cause cancer?

Just four weeks ago, more than 200 researchers and scientists from more than 40 countries all over the world supposedly signed a petition to the United Nations and the World Health Organization to voice their serious concerns about the use of Apple AirPods. These petitioners agreed that the Bluetooth technology in the AirPods and the emission of radio waves in the ears could pose a cancer risk, with their chief concern being the radioactive waves that would easily absorb into ear tissue. Keep Reading


Walking on the path to IDD awareness

It’s not every day we get to celebrate people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). To bring awareness to these individuals, Best Buddies hosted its South Florida Friendship Walk March 16 from 8 a.m.- 1 p.m. at Maurice A. Ferré Park in downtown Miami. The event brings together different South Florida chapters and people around the community to raise money to create new chapters and to make it more convenient for adults with IDD to access a chapter. Around 1,000… Keep Reading


State champions: No trial for mock trial

Taking their passion for the judicial circuit beyond the upstairs 9000 courtroom, the mock trial team made their way to the state competition and claim their place as champions. The team made their way to the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando March 15-17 to showcase their skills and make their way to the top. Keep Reading


Scholastic announces national awards

Out of the Gold Key works that were judged at the regional Scholastic Art and Writing competition from December to January, five American Heritage students received an award at the national level. Of the five awards, four were for art or photography with one for poetry, and two were Gold Medals, while the rest were Silver Medals. Keep Reading

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