Category Archives: Science


What is Gravity? Gravity is a force that directs objects to the center of the earth. It is like a magnet. That’s why when you jump, you fall down straight away. Gravity also makes the earth spin around the sun. All objects … Continue reading

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As I picked the juicy strawberry from its delicate stem I wiped the sweat of my boiling head. It was harvest season and my family were getting ready for the winter. “Howdy June. Hows the strawberry picking going.” Wondered Jack. “Very good. We should Finish at sun down.”  Answered … Continue reading

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Candle light (creative writing)

On a peaceful evening the leaves were rustling on the tree like a  person dancing gracefully. The stars were twinkling flashlighs flickering on and off. The wind whistled through the town. In light street lived a small family. They lived in … Continue reading

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Rubella Virus

Rubella is a disease which causes rashes on the skin. The disease is caused by a virus called the Rubella virus, Rubella is also called the German Measles Even though Rubella is not usually deadly, when a women is pregnant … Continue reading

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Wipe the Bacteria out of your body

Most of the illnesses are caused by tiny micro- organisms. There is a group of micro- organisms called Bacteria. Bacteria can cause a lot of illnesses like Anthrax, Brucellosis, Food Poisoning, Endemic Typhus, Salmonellosis, Tetanus and many more! Some of … Continue reading

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Information on Rubella

For most normal poeple Rubella is a very rarely serious disease. But it is not for woman who are pregnant.These babies may be born deaf or blind. This disease is common for four to nine years old. Rubella causes  red rashes, … Continue reading

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Edward Klebs and his discovery

Edward Klebs was born in 6 February 1834. He was a German-Swiss pathologist. He is mainly known for his work on infectious  diseases. He was an assistant of Rudolf Virchow and professor of pathology at Zürich (1872-92) . He married  Rosa … Continue reading

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Chicken Pox

 Chicken pox is very contagious and can spread very quickly and easily. Chicken pox is caused by viruses which is caused by Micro organisms.To cure chicken pox you need a special lotion called calamine lotion . It  soothes  and relieves irritating … Continue reading

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Chicken pox (information and facts)

Chickenpox is are big red ichty spots that you get all over you’re body and is a common infection caused by the varicella zoster virus. It’s most commonly seen in children under 10, but you can catch it at any age. Once … Continue reading

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The difference between bacteria and viruses

Have you ever wondered about the difference between viruses and bacteria? This is a report about the difference between them. Viruses are deadly to us, unless we have already been vaccinated. They can only reproduce inside cells unlike bacteria. The viruses can … Continue reading

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