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New Opportunities For Young Authors

During the recent years one can see an interesting tendency in the U. S. More and more people tend to publish their books at their own cost and expense and the large amount of such books is written by the children. The cost of publishing a novel, a book of poems or short stories is not as high as it may seem to be. And of course the parents are likely to think that it is a good idea to provide the new opportunities to reveal the talent of their children.

The good example is the publishing agency called KidPub. This agency specializes in publishing the children’s creations. During the last years more than one and a half hundred books by children have been released by this agency. To maintain the high sales rates via KidPub requires the additional charge of 250 USD. “When the children receive the box with their books newly printed and see their name on them they feel themselves to be a kind of rock stars” as reported by one of the publishers.

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The Religionism of Population Doesn’t Contribute to the Prosperity of the Society

The complex analysis of the various society indicators in the 17 developed countries showed that the hypothesis about the positive influence of the religiosity on the population well-being. On the opposite the most religious society appear to be less unscathed according to the sum of the indicators.

Gregory Paul, the independent social researcher from the US has published a sensational article in Evolutionary Psychology journal. He describes the results of the complex cross-national analysis aimed to check the two wide-spread hypotheses.

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Marriage is the Main Cause of Women HIV Contagination in India

India takes the third place in the world among the countries with the highest amount of HIV-positive population. That is partially explained by the vast number of the whole population. But some of the social groups in India are subjected to the contamination more than the others. And it is sad to admit that this group is the married women. The women who are married usually lack knowledge, the have ho power in their families so they can’t save themselves from this awful infection. Their husbands may have sexual relationships with other women or take drugs. But the wife is the one accused of the bringing the dreadful disease to the family. This phenomenon however may be observed not only in India, but also in the other countries, even the most developed ones.

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