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10 Education Websites That Teach You For Free | Computers & Internet – BabaMail

They say it’s never too late to learn something new in life, and the advent of the internet has only made it easier to expand your horizons. There are thousands of educational websites out there, but I’ve gone a step further and compiled the very best on the internet just for you. So if you’re feeling like it’s time to take your life in a whole new direction, begin your journey of discovery below:

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Ten Golden Mantras to Those Aging Gracefully | Tips and Updates – BabaMail

Ten golden mantras for those who wish to grow older with style and dignity.

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The Top 10 Places to Visit in the American Midwest | Travel – BabaMail

The American Midwest is often thought of as being barren, boring and generally not very interesting, but that notion couldn’t be further from the truth. This great region of the United States, which is home to more than 65 million people, features culturally-rich cities, beautiful national parks and unique landmarks. That’s why I’ve decided to compile a list of the top 10 places to see (in no particular order) in the American Midwest. Are you ready to see what it has to offer you? Click on images to enlarge

Source: The Top 10 Places to Visit in the American Midwest | Travel – BabaMail

5. The Wilder Trail
Laura Ingalls Wilder, the author of the Little House on the Prairie series of children’s books, actually has this hiking trail named in her memory. The famous frontier author lived in several homesteads along the route. It starts in Pepin, Wisconsin and meanders through Independence, Kansas to Walnut Grove, Minnesota and on to De Smet, South Dakota. Above is one of the prairie houses you’ll find along the way. Be ready to walk a long way though – this trail traverses some 800 miles of the Midwest!

Stunning Lace Art by Agnes Herczeg | Art – BabaMail

Agnes Herczeg, a Hungarian artist, creates artwork using lace. Some of her best works can be seen here.

Source: Stunning Lace Art by Agnes Herczeg | Art – BabaMail

Solar Eclipse 2017: Our Exclusive First Pictures

National Geographic photographers are across the country—and over the ocean—capturing some of the best views of the historic eclipse.

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World Pledges More Than $1 Billion to End Polio

With polio on the brink of eradication, nations from around the world and key donors pledged $1.3 billion to energize the global fight to end the paralyzing disease.

The historic pledges of new funds at the Rotary Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, will go toward drastically shrinking the $1.5 billion gap in the funding that the partners of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative say is needed to reduce polio cases to zero worldwide. Just five cases have been reported this year, the lowest number in history.

Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, said ending polio would be one of the world’s greatest achievements.

Rotary International President John F. Germ announced that Rotary would increase its commitment and raise $50 million per year over the next three years. Rotary has raised more than $1.7 billion to fight the disease since 1985.

Source: World Pledges More Than $1 Billion to End Polio | End Polio

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