Rachel Stewart
Rachel Stewart

Rachel Stewart is an editor who lives in Philadelphia. Check out her work here.

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July 17 2015 9:49 AMChocolate Milk: This Post-Workout Drink Isn’t for EveryoneWhat you need to replenish depends on how much energy you’re burning.
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July 13 2015 11:23 AMLive, From ShamevilleWatch the most absurd, hilarious, and embarrassing local news moments.
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July 2 2015 5:13 PMThe Google Labs You Should Be UsingLast week, the undo send shortcut went from Google Lab to standard feature. Here's what should go next.
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June 5 2015 1:05 PMThe Sex Scandals Surrounding Bill Clinton’s Sex ScandalAlmost two decades later, here are all the closeted sex scandal skeletons.
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June 2 2015 9:00 AMIn Memoriam: Mourn the TV Characters We Lost This YearFrom Kalinda Sharma to McDreamy, pay your respects to those who met their fictional fates.
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May 28 2015 9:50 AMDon Lemon Is the WorstWatch the CNN anchor’s most awkward, head-slapping moments in two grueling minutes.  
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May 6 2015 11:13 AMHow Much Is the Apple Watch Really Worth?A piece-by-piece breakdown of what’s inside Apple’s newest gadget.
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April 20 2015 7:49 AMHow 4/20 Became 4/20Probably not the way you heard.
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April 16 2015 12:30 PMThe Longest Mammal Migration EverHow a Russia-to-Mexico journey complicates everything we know about gray whales.
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March 24 2015 11:23 AMWatch C-SPAN Callers Say Weird Stuff and Make Public Figures Uncomfortable on Live TV
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March 13 2015 7:33 AMWhat’s So Bad About Friday the 13th?It has nothing to do with a lunatic in a hockey mask.
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March 5 2015 7:17 AMA Firm OdorSecretly recorded lab footage shows test subjects sniffed their hands after handshakes.  
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Jan. 16 2015 1:45 PMHow Not to Mess Up a Job InterviewSeven common but easily avoided mistakes.
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Jan. 13 2015 12:11 PMThe Truth About “Mysterious” Mass Bird DeathsWhy they will continue to happen.
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Dec. 11 2014 2:44 PMTaser of the WildElectric eels shock prey just like Tasers stun human victims.
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July 14 2015 12:22 PMOur First Glimpse of MarsOn July 14, 1965, Mariner 4 approached Mars—and sent back our first-ever view of a planet from deep space.
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July 9 2015 1:52 PMEverything You Need to Know About Shark Bites in North CarolinaPlus: What to do if you get a finned visitor at the beach.
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June 20 2015 8:11 AMThe Enduring Appeal of the Lifetime MovieWhy the network’s feel-bad melodramas have so many delirious fans.
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June 5 2015 8:45 AMThe ABCs of SPFHow to choose the sunscreen that’s right for you.  
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May 29 2015 11:55 AMSan Andreas Is a CrockBut there’s a reason West Coast geologists are fixated on the “big one.”
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May 22 2015 11:56 AMSpider SkiesWhy are millions of Australian spiders climbing to high points and jumping?
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April 24 2015 11:26 AMThe President Will Not See You NowSue’s fiercest zingers on Veep.
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April 18 2015 8:45 AMThis Is How to Stand Out on LinkedInThese eight tips will make your profile pop.
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April 9 2015 12:42 PMThe Great Goldfish Invasion of 2015In Colorado, a reminder why it’s a bad idea to release unwanted pets into the wild.
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March 20 2015 12:39 PMDarwin’s “Strangest Animals”A mysterious creature identified after 180 years.
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March 7 2015 8:46 AMTo Whom It May Concern: This Is How to Write a Cover LetterDon’t sell yourself. Instead, prove you’re invaluable.
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Feb. 6 2015 12:53 PMConrad Hilton’s Quick and Dirty Guide to PeasantsA scion’s out-of-favor insult.
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Jan. 15 2015 1:23 PMWhat Happened to the Beagle 2?The British craft that vanished near Mars in 2003 may have been found.
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Dec. 22 2014 1:31 PMIt’s a BirdCinereous mourner chicks seem to mimic toxic caterpillars both in appearance and behavior.
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Nov. 26 2014 11:56 AMYour Dog Is a MessOne way canines are genetically wired to be sloppier than cats.

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