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Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

Leah is driven by learning and adventure. She has studied Journalism, Early Human Development, and Culinary Arts. When she’s not writing she can be found reading or hiking the Southwest.
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A Lot Of People Are Only Just Finding Out Where The Titanic Actually Sank

Becoming one of the most iconic movies of the 1990s, if not all time, the Titanic was a historical tragedy that nearly everyone has heard of. However, many misconceptions regarding the topic include where it sank. Titanic the Movie In 1997, Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio evoked raw and pure emotion on the big screen, […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Wife Ghosted By American Husband a Day After Getting Aussie Visa

The majority of people have gone on a date with someone they thought they hit it off with, only to find out in the coming weeks that they’ve been ghosted. While it’s incredibly disheartening, no matter who you are, when a spouse does it, it’s even worse. Isabelle Glastonbury from Australia shared her own account […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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The Psychology Behind Nail Biting

People may pick at or chew a loose or chipped strand of their nails from time to time. In contrast, even more, people make that a frequent habit. While it’s an annoying and seemingly unhygienic habit there may be more to it. It turns out nail biting is actually a medical condition. Complexities of Nail […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Getting Annoyed by Chewing Noises Can Genuinely Be a Psychiatric Disorder

Be it overstimulation or just a need for some peace and quiet; certain sounds are unbearable to some people. Some of the most common annoying sounds include loud breathing, snoring, people chewing, and even yawning. Researchers are still trying to understand many aspects of the human brain but have discovered something fascinating- hating these sounds […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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10 Ways The Bible Has Changed Throughout History

It’s no secret that The Bible is the most printed book worldwide. As such, it has been translated and adapted numerous times. Furthermore, because of the evolution of languages, there are a surprising number of differences between what it says today compared to what experts believe the original scripts to have said. Speculation Regarding the […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Men are Peeing Wrong, Doctor Says

For generations, moms of boys have had to face a certain challenge that simply doesn’t arise in little girls—teaching them to aim for the potty. Some use Cheerios and have target practice. Some moms insist that it’s a dad’s job to handle. Meanwhile, others will spend an unthinkable amount of time cleaning urine off the […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Factory Worker Who Thought She Would Burn to Death Says Falling into Vat of Chocolate Saved Her Life

The Industrial Revolution created thousands of jobs and played a major role in the rapid growth of the economy over the last 100 years. However, life as a factory worker has its flaws, including personal safety for its workers. Recently, a major chocolate factory in Pennsylvania exploded, killing several workers. Fortunately, a survivor came forward […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Majority of Walmart Stores will Be Automated Within the Next Three Years

It’s no secret that several companies, both large and small, have been downsizing or shutting down altogether. However, Walmart recently shared that in addition to closing some locations, they plan to incorporate, primarily, job automation into their workforce. Plans to Make a Change Job automation has become a more common trend among businesses in recent […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Plastic Recycling a “Failed Concept,” Study Says, with Only 5% Recycled in U.S. Last Year as production rises

Recycling, and more specifically, plastic recycling, is generally thought of as something we need to do for the health of the planet. Plastics take years to break down, between 20-600. Additionally, this all depends on the type of plastic, but is alarming, nonetheless. Many studies have shown microplastics found in our water supply and in […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer