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Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

Sean Cate is a freelance writer, sales strategist and semi-professional track and field athlete. Sean loves travelling to new places to compete and eat new foods! Sean is training to compete in the 2024 Paris Olympics as a high jumper.
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People Surprised After Seeing What a ‘39-Year-Old’ Man Looked Like in 1964

It’s always fun to look back and see how different life was in generations past. How far technology has come, differences in fashion, and how we prepare and present food have changed (we’re looking at you, Jeremy Allen White). But one thing especially noteworthy is how films have changed in the last few decades, specifically […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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Footage Shows Neuralink’s First Brain Chip Patient Playing Chess With His Mind

In an incredible display of technological advancement, Elon Musk’s brain-chip startup Neuralink showcased its first patient using a brain implant to play online chess using just his mind.1 Noland Arbaugh, a 29-year-old who had been paralyzed below the shoulder from a diving accident, was able to maneuver his laptop cursor using just the Neuralink device. […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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Scientists Have Finally Figured Out Why Humans No Longer Have Tails

Over the course of human history, one of the most striking changes remains that humans lost their tails. This major transformation, which seems to have taken place roughly 25 million years ago, marked a pivotal change in the evolutionary trajectory of our species and our primate relatives. While theories circulate on the cause of our […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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Are Chemtrails Real? Here’s What Experts Say

Picture the sky, the clouds, the highways of birds and airplanes, the strange streaks behind the airplanes….Wait, what are those again? These lines, known as contrails or condensation trails, are formed when water vapor condenses and freezes around aircraft exhaust.1 However, a growing number of people believe that these streaks are not simple condensation but […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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What Are Those Colorful Balls You See on Power Lines?

We’ve all been there; cruising down a side road or through the neighborhood, then you catch sight of a peculiar and colorful sight on a set of power lines. A ball that kind of looks like a massive kinder egg enclosed on part of the line – these are called marker balls. Ever wondered what […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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Scientists Find a “Kill Switch” in the Body That Can Destroy Any Type of Cancer

In the battle against cancer, researchers are constantly looking for new strategies to fight the good fight. Recent findings from the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center have come across a promising new route in treatment options: the CD95 receptor, commonly known as Fas.1 This receptor, previously overlooked in immunotherapy, has turned out to be a […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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Your Sleeping Position Says A Surprising Amount About You

Have you ever wondered if the way you sleep could reveal something about your personality? While it might seem ridiculous, there’s a definite connection between our sleep positions and certain aspects of our character. Research conducted by sleep psychologists and experts sheds light on this exciting relationship and potentially shows how our subconscious minds manifest […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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10 Signs You’re Eating Too Much Sugar

Sugar often gets a bad rap, yet despite the negative press and consistent studies bashing it, it remains a fundamental source of energy for our bodies. While natural sugars found in fruits and dairy products are less concerning due to the accompanying fiber and nutrients, refined sugars, like the ones in processed foods, pose significant […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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One of World’s Deadliest Disease Easier to Catch Than Originally Thought, Warn Scientists

Scientists studying tuberculosis (TB), the the world’s deadliest disease, have unveiled alarming findings suggesting that it might be far easier to transmit than we thought. Contrary to earlier belief, a significant portion of individuals infected with TB showed no persistent cough, which in itself challenges conventional diagnostic understandings. This knowledge shows the urgency for a […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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5 Symptoms of Lewy Body Dementia

Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a significant but often overlooked form of dementia that impacts approximately 1.4 million Americans. Despite its prevalence, it lacks the widespread recognition attributed to Alzheimer’s disease. LBD manifests through the accumulation of abnormal protein deposits, termed Lewy bodies, within brain cells responsible for behavior, thinking, and movement. This condition presents […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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If You Do This While Cooking, It May Be An Early Sign Of Dementia

Dementia, often associated with the slow but sure decline of cognitive function, is usually seen through memory issues and behavioral changes. While there is currently no cure for dementia, getting an early diagnosis can help create effective strategies and support systems. That said, recognizing early symptoms is crucial for both intervention and being able to […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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7 Signs of Low Self-Confidence and How to Fix It

Self-confidence is one of those fundamental elements that shape our lives, impact our decisions and interactions, and affect our overall well-being. It’s the benchmark of personal growth and enables us to navigate life’s challenges with resilience and optimism…or not. Low self-confidence can undermine our potential and lead us to self-doubt, indecisiveness, and missed opportunities. Understanding […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer