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Daily Reader: Edition #345

Learn 82 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: when tourism endangers fragile ecosystems, whether organic foods are really better for you, and Prince George's trip to New Zealand.

1. Myanmar's Tourism Boom Endangers Fragile Ecosystems
National Geographic, 4/7/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 31

National Geographic: Myanmar's Tourism Boom Endangers Fragile Ecosystems

What should a country do when tourists, which bring in much-needed revenue, damage the local ecosystem? Read more and learn vocabulary words like detrimental, endemic, invasive, obliterates, prolific, and quaint.

2. Is organic better for your health?
Washington Post, 4/7/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 28

Washington Post: Is organic better for your health?

Are organic foods really better for you? Here's a roundup of the latest research. Read more and learn vocabulary words like adverse, correlation, mandated, mechanism, remnant, and synthetic.

3. Prince George and the New Royal Baby Rules
The Daily Beast, 4/10/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 23

The Daily Beast: Prince George and the New Royal Baby Rules

William, Kate, and Baby George have been captivating New Zealanders on their recent tour. Read more and learn vocabulary words like archetypal, dictate, incontrovertible, notable, petulance, and reverence.

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