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Welcome to issue 5 of STRONG!  If you have a subscription, click here to read.  

This issue we tackle the important issue of gun control, and we talk to adventurer Pip Stewart about her recent expedition to Guyana where she and her teammates became the first people EVER to paddle the length of the Essequibo from source to sea.  There's an interview with The Queen of Diamonds drag car racer, Sarah Edwards, about her passion for traveling at high speeds, and we talk to Anika Bhagavatula, a young scientist who invented sustainable sorbent booms to help mop up oil spills.  All this plus a huge special all about periods, how to prepare a fantastic picnic, and MORE!




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Happy reading!



This spring we reach for the stars with a interview with Courtney Batterson, a 23-year-old assistant research scientist at NASA, who works on climate change not here on earth, but on Mars!  You can also read Ashley Jones' incredible story of courage and determination in "Life Without My Arm". STRONG's Heather Priest, shows us some kitchen knife skills, and we learn about life growing up in Shanghai, China!


Issue 3 - Winter 2017

Meet (and be awed by...) professional survivalist and celebrity expedition leader Megan Hine,  learn what it takes to become a firefighter, read one STRONG reader's scoliosis story, and be inspired by an all female robotics team!


Issue 2 - Fall 2017

Travel to Bremen, Germany to find out about life growing up in the heart of Europe, read an inspirational piece on depression and mental health from blogger and mental health advocate Lindsay Wheeler, and meet Anna Lang, a wrangler on a dude ranch in Arkansas.


Issue 1 - Summer 2017


Our pilot issue! Read this one for free to get a feel for what we're all about. Meet national TaeKwonDo champion Emily Fields, Syrian refugee and swimmer, Yusra Mardini - and learn why EVERYONE should learn to code...

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