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7 Actresses Who Seem to Go Out of Their Way to Be Topless

There are a lot of times where you see an actress go topless to revive or enhance her career. Unfortunately Hollywood is pretty cruel to women and their looks. Sometimes women feel they need to show the world that they’ve still got it. It’s not their fault and as a male I really can’t complain. But there are some actresses who seem to enjoy the topless role. For whatever reason I guess they’re very comfortable with their bodies and like showing off the goods.

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12 Dumb Celebrities Working On Their Melanoma

Hope your suncreen has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 or higher. You should also know that skin damage can occur within 15 minutes of exposure to the sun. Did you know that the hours between 10AM and 4PM are when the sun's UV rays are most hazardous? Just thought you should know that. Jersey Shore stars Ronnie and Sammi just enjoyed a dip in the ocean, but remember: water doesn't protect you from UV rays, which can reach the skin at least a foot under the water. Clouds don't offer any protection either.

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Top 10 Spider Powers

Spiders are among the most diverse, widespread and successful predators in the animal kingdom, due in part to the versatile powers at their disposal; their feet can scale any surface, their fangs pack corrosive venom and they secrete a highly adhesive substance more powerful than steel. You might think there isn’t much else a spider needs to survive, but many spiders exhibit even more unusual specialization.

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Move Over, Sistine? 15 Stunning Modern Ceiling Designs

From the Vatican in Italy to ancient mosques in Iran, the world’s most beautiful ceilings tend to be intricate masterpieces created centuries ago with the brushstrokes of a famous painter, dazzling ceramic tiles or panes of colored glass. But what about the ceilings of the modern world? These 15 cool, crazy and amazing ceiling designs, all created within the 20th and 21st centuries, range from affordable solutions in small restaurants to stunning atria by world-class architects.

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Introduction to 5 Human Foods Cats Can Eat

It can be hard to resist spoiling your beautiful feline friend with a special treat from the dinner table. But as wise cat owners know, many human foods can be unsafe for your cat because we have vastly different nutritional needs from them. Even some kinds of food your cat loves and begs for might wreak havoc on your lovable furball's digestive system. We spoke with Dr. Elizabeth Colleran, President of the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), who said that the list of foods you can never feed your cat is a lot smaller than most people think. Cats should never have onion, garlic, kelp, grapes or raisins, sugary treats, chocolate, and alcoholic or caffeinated drinks, even in small doses. However, you'll find many veterinary lists of dangerous foods are longer. The truth is, if you examine the fine print, some foods on these warning lists can be safe for your cat -- but only in small doses. And a good rule of thumb is that human food should not make up more than 15 percent of a cat's diet.

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7 Curious Facts About Spain's Running of the Bulls

Tens of thousands of people packed into the main square in Pamplona, Spain, for the party that kicks off the famous Running of the Bulls. Immortalized by Ernest Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises, the annual week-long San Fermin Festival, in which half a dozen horned beasts and countless adventurous humans go running through the streets en route to the bullfighting ring, is a longstanding, controversial tradition.

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The 10 Biggest Public University Bargains

In general, public universities tend to offer a wider range of courses, degree programs and activities than private colleges, and they generally are less expensive to attend as well. However, a college education can still be very expensive even at a public university. We’ve put together this list of the 10 lowest cost public universities in the United States based on the latest data from the U.S. Department of Education. Note that the cost figures quoted are based on in-state tuition and fees. Costs may be considerably higher for out-of-state students.

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The 10 Best Low-Budget Films of All Time

Success is relative in Hollywood. Some movies tank at the box office but cost so little to make that the studio still comes out ahead (especially when they use creative accounting), while others have to earn back their huge budgets just to break even. But the films here aren't just low-budget compared with what they earned; they're cheap, period. For instance, Juno gets cited as a low-budget movie because it grossed $230 million worldwide on a budget of $6.5 million, but the most expensive film on this list cost less than 5 percent of what it took to make Juno. That's real low-budget filmmaking. When all is said and done, it's still possible to make a good movie for a lot less than you might think. These films — with release dates and approximate budgets listed next to the titles — are testament to that.

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Top 10 Facts You Should Be Taught in School

The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a worldwide educational evaluation of 15-year-old students. PISA is a highly respected program and enables politicians and policy-makers to examine the education system in different countries. The test focuses on reading, mathematics and science. In 2010, the results from the last series of PISA tests were released. It is clear that the United States and United Kingdom need to make some changes in the educational process. South Korea ranked #1 in math and reading, #3 in science. Finland ranked #2 in math and reading, #1 in science. Canada ranked #5 in math and science, #3 in reading. New Zealand ranked #4 in reading and science, #7 in math. The United States ranked #14 in reading, #25 in math and #17 in science. The UK ranks #20 in reading, #22 in math and #11 in science. Students in the UK and US are not being taught the basic fundamentals of space, science, computers, disease, war and the atmosphere.

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