Ayra Moore

Dateline: Ayra Moore ~ Freelance Writer
Articles: 12
First Published: Mar 21, 2011 / Last Published: Mar 31, 2011
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I am 31 years old and live in Ga. I graduated Georgia State University May of 2007 with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology & Criminal Justice. After graduation, I worked for 2 years at a Therapeutic Boarding School for at-risk pre-teen and teenagers. Before college, I gained experience in the propagation of plants while working at a wholesale plant nursery. I have a soft spot for animals and children, and my ultimate passion is writing.:)

Ayra Moore's articles

  1. March 31, 2011

    Student Denied Autograph Seeks Revenge by Facebook
    Recently a student who was denied an autograph by his porn star-school secretary, started up a Facbook page in her honor
  2. Social Networking Leads to "Frenemies" For Women
    Recent findings have shown that women are growing annoyed with their facbook friends.
  3. March 30, 2011

    Facebook Defends Against Allegations of "Facebook Depression"
    Facebook defends against recent allegations linking social media to depression in teens
  4. Social Media Used for Grief
    Social media used as a form of grief for victims of tragedy
  5. March 29, 2011

    Boob Job Mania
    Recent numbers show an increase in the prevalence of breast implants
  6. After the Tsunami: Japan's Nuclear Problems
    Problems not even close to over for Japan as radiation levels rise
  7. March 28, 2011

    Poor Diet Linked To Anemia in Post Menopausal Women
    New study links poor eating habits to anemia for post menopausal women
  8. March 27, 2011

    Lack of Serotonin Linked to "Excited" Mice
    A recent study produces information on horny mice.
  9. March 26, 2011

    Autism Symptoms Replicated in Mice
    Scientists give mice symptoms of Autism with a single-gene mutation
  10. March 23, 2011

    A New Way to Look at The Benefits of Social Networking
    Social media is not simply about interacting with friends anymore. It has blossomed into a component of dealing with catastrophes.