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Recipe of the Day: 4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Bites These kid-friendly, no-bake treats come together with just four everyday ingredients.

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Recipe of the Day: 4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Bites

These kid-friendly, no-bake treats come together with just four everyday ingredients.

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July 25, 1978: The First Test Tube Baby is Born
On this day in 1978, Louise Joy Brown, the world’s first baby to be conceived by in vitro fertilization (IVF), was born to Lesley and Peter Brown in Manchester, England.  The Brown family faced intense media attention regarding the ethics and legality of the experimental and revolutionary procedure.  IVF has become so common that there have been over 5 million babies born this way in the past 36 years.
 Learn about the history of in vitro fertilization with this American Experience timeline.
Photo: Biologist Robert Edwards holds baby Louise Brown, the first test-tube baby, on July 25, 1978. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

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July 25, 1978: The First Test Tube Baby is Born

On this day in 1978, Louise Joy Brown, the world’s first baby to be conceived by in vitro fertilization (IVF), was born to Lesley and Peter Brown in Manchester, England.  The Brown family faced intense media attention regarding the ethics and legality of the experimental and revolutionary procedure.  IVF has become so common that there have been over 5 million babies born this way in the past 36 years.

Learn about the history of in vitro fertilization with this American Experience timeline.

Photo: Biologist Robert Edwards holds baby Louise Brown, the first test-tube baby, on July 25, 1978. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

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#WasatchWednesday: One word for our backyard: Wow! Thanks to (clockwise from top left) @roundthemountainut, @gennyseeks, @ericephoto & @mrdeebrewer for the amazing shots! #Wasatch #Utah #mountains #SLC #UofU

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#WasatchWednesday: One word for our backyard: Wow! Thanks to (clockwise from top left) @roundthemountainut, @gennyseeks, @ericephoto & @mrdeebrewer for the amazing shots! #Wasatch #Utah #mountains #SLC #UofU

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Recipe of the Day: Party-Ready Frozen Strawberry Cheesecake It takes a cheesecake to make a cheesecake. Chop up the store-bought variety and mix it with strawberry ice cream, then pour that into a graham cracker crust to form a new, impressive dessert.

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Recipe of the Day: Party-Ready Frozen Strawberry Cheesecake

It takes a cheesecake to make a cheesecake. Chop up the store-bought variety and mix it with strawberry ice cream, then pour that into a graham cracker crust to form a new, impressive dessert.

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Whoever said pumpkin was just for the holiday season has clearly never tried this Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Cheesecake (with a gingersnap crust!)

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Whoever said pumpkin was just for the holiday season has clearly never tried this Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Cheesecake (with a gingersnap crust!)

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Moose as Spirit Animal

Moose as Spirit Animal

But first a note to myself:  Make sure and post more controversial drafts while I’m still fired up about them and when I have time to refute points and further explain my perspective.  I believe in what I’m saying on my blog, but sometimes just the thought of defending my views tires me out.  Which is why I’m switching tracks today.  I’ll get back to the more derisive posts later–I’m in a pretty…

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July 24, 1847:  Brigham Young Leads Mormon Pioneers to Utah’s Great Salt Lake
On this day in 1847, after 17 months of traveling, Mormon leader Brigham Young and 148 pioneers arrived in modern-day Utah.  Seeking refuge and religious and political freedom, Young and his followers began preparations in this remote location for the thousands of Mormon migrants to follow.
Find out what led to the “Great Mormon Migration” courtesy of American Experience here.
Photo: Brigham Young by Charles William Carter. Wikimedia Commons.

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July 24, 1847:  Brigham Young Leads Mormon Pioneers to Utah’s Great Salt Lake

On this day in 1847, after 17 months of traveling, Mormon leader Brigham Young and 148 pioneers arrived in modern-day Utah.  Seeking refuge and religious and political freedom, Young and his followers began preparations in this remote location for the thousands of Mormon migrants to follow.

Find out what led to the “Great Mormon Migration” courtesy of American Experience here.

Photo: Brigham Young by Charles William Carter. Wikimedia Commons.