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Alzheimer’s Disease Possibly Caused by a Germ

Alzheimer’s Disease Possibly Caused by a Germ

The cause of Alzheimer’s Disease is still unknown to scientists. The disease currently effects 5.7 million Americans, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. The disease slowly deteriorates a persons ability to think and their memory. There is no way to prevent the development of the disease, no way to slow its progression and no existing cure

Have You Tried Turning It Off And Back On Again? It Worked Pretty Well For NASA.

On Friday, October 5th, 2018, NASA’s favorite Hubble Space Telescope lost its last remaining old-style gyroscope  used to detect and measure the telescope’s pointing and rotation, leaving it with only two functional gyroscopes and forcing its operators to place it into safe mode. This is definitely not the first time the Hubble has lost a gyroscope.

Ryan Fitz-Magic

“So my 9-year-old son, Tate, convinced my 11-year-old-son, Brady, to put me on his fantasy team today, I didn’t even know Brady played fantasy football. I guess it was a good decison.”-Ryan Fitzpatrick Tates faith in his fathers ability to play some good football was not displaced last sunday when Ryan Fitzpatrick had the staduim

A Shocking Win for Cleveland

What does Obama’s presidency, Fetty Wap being relevant, and the release of the iPhone 6 all have in common? They were all a thing the last time the Cleveland Browns won a game. Well, that is until now. Thursday, September 20th, the Browns ended the 635-day winless streak versus the New York Jets. Thursday night

FDA to Regulate Teen Vaping

After realizing how many teens and underage individuals use electronic cigarette products, the U.S. Government has signaled that it is prepared to take a tougher stance on this issue in order to stop this problem. Many vaping companies offer fruit flavored items, which appeal to teenagers. The Food and Drug Administration told five major e-cigarette

Drive Slower or Get Pulled Over

This week, Palmetto has been slower than usual and that’s not a joke. Palmetto High School has partnered up with the Palmetto Police Department in hopes of making the roads around the Palmetto community safer. Starting on Monday, August 27th, the PPD began handing out traffic citations for speeding down 10th street right out of

Sign Ban for Friday Night Lights

Last week was rivalry week as our Palmetto Tigers faced the Manatee Hurricanes. It was arguably the biggest week for both teams, and apparently both crowds too. Knowing that we have a long history among each other, our administrators took charge of a potentially threatening sign war among the student sections. Both the high schools’

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