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Carolina Avendano

Carolina is a Canada-based writer and journalist who enjoys learning and sharing information about how to lead a meaningful life. She is passionate about traditional culture, handmade crafts, the connection between humans and nature, and human rights.
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Food and DNA – Are Our Genes Affected by What We Eat?
Food is an essential part of our daily lives. Whether we mindfully enjoy every bite consciously or simply consume our food absentmindedly, this basic activity ensures our body has the energy it needs to function...
Give Your Microbiome a Natural Boost
Minute beings accompany us everywhere we go. They inhabit both the surface and the interior of our organism, and are as numerous as the cells that compose our bodies. They are the microbiome.The microbiome consists...
Exploring Black Holes: Nature’s Most Perplexing Creation
Black holes are regions in the Universe where the forces of gravity are so powerful that anything around it can be pulled in and swallowed up. Exploring black holes can be tricky, as these extremely...
5 Steps To Forgiving – Without an Apology
Feeling wronged can seem unbearable, especially when the pain is caused by someone we truly care about. When this feeling is allowed to fester, it can result in arduous years of resentment and even shorten...
Is the Modern Conservation Mentality Threatening the Environment?
As much as 21 percent of all land on Earth is ecologically intact due to the conservation practices of indigenous people and local communities that inhabit these areas, according to the 2021 report by ICCA,...
The Real Motivation Behind 8 World-Changing Inventions From the US
During our time on Earth, we humans have stimulated growth and industry through various world-changing inventions. Characterized by our curiosity and desire to understand our surroundings, we have discovered resources and developed ways to use...
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Terahertz Waves – Mysterious Radiation of Life
Terahertz waves are the quantum waves that physicists currently know the least about. Located between the microwave and the infrared regions of the electromagnetic spectrum, terahertz waves interact with the human body and other types...
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The Solega People: An Indian Tribe That Coexists in Harmony With Tigers
Amidst the dense vegetation of the Biligiriranga Hills in India, surrounded by the most biodiverse flora and fauna, live the Solega people. The formerly semi-nomadic group has been able to coexist with wild animals for...
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The Significance of Easter: An Enduring Hope for Humanity
Easter is one of the most important celebrations in the Christian calendar. The significance of Easter revolves around the Resurrection of Jesus Christ—three days after his crucifixion, death and burial. Celebrated on the first Sunday...
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Important Lessons in Traditional Values From Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous peoples have inhabited Earth for millennia. Being descendants of the first occupants of a given region, each native population has its own way of life and worldviews that are passed down through countless generations...
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North America’s Cahokia: A Lost City With Cosmic Views
Cahokia was the largest city in North America before the arrival of Europeans in the New World. Also called the “City of the Sun,” this site was home to approximately 20,000 people by 1050 A.D.,...
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How and Why You Might Swap Out Avocados for Peas
The avocado is a large berry, containing a single, sizable seed. On the outside, it appears egg-shaped or spherical, with green, black, or brown, leathery skin. Its outer color is harmoniously contrasted by a bright...