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In 2000, U.S. household contributed almost $144 billion, nearly 75% of the total amount donated to public charities. Most of this individual giving came from those who could least afford it: people with household income of less than $30,000/year.... posted on Oct 09 2001, 236 reads


Roughly 100 million girls and women have undergone some form of female genital mutilation, and every year an additional 2 million are estimated.... posted on Oct 08 2001, 223 reads


Multitasking is a managerial buzz-concept these days, a post-layoff corporate assumption that the few can be made to do the work of many. But newly released results of scientific studies in multitasking indicate that carrying on several duties at once may, in fact, reduce productivity, not increase it.... posted on Oct 07 2001, 327 reads


110 million landmines remain in the ground of 68 countries.... posted on Oct 06 2001, 690 reads


Violent crime in America dropped by 15% last year, the biggest decrease on record. Overall, violent crime is at its lowest level in decades.... posted on Oct 05 2001, 259 reads


Friendless patients die at three times the rate after a heart attack than others who have family or friends to help them recover.... posted on Oct 04 2001, 614 reads


The abdomen of the ant contains two stomachs. One stomach holds the food for itself and second stomach is for food to be shared with other ants.... posted on Oct 03 2001, 300 reads


More Americans have died in drunk driving accidents than in all wars the U.S. has been involved in since its founding.... posted on Oct 02 2001, 338 reads


New York City, 1925: The tresurer of a Jewish hospital fund with $15,000 in his pocket was stopped by two robbers. When told the money was for a hospital, the robbers not only let him go, they threw in a ten dollar bill of their own.... posted on Oct 01 2001, 560 reads


On Sep 25th, in San Francisco, there was a stop-and-go traffic jam; one gentleman pops open his trunk, pulls in the emergency lane, and starts handing out free sodas as he watched car-goers frustration transformed into smiles.... posted on Sep 30 2001, 1,089 reads


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