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We love a good reason to celebrate, and leap day definitely fits the bill. Every four years, we add an extra day to our calendar to keep it in line with the Earth's natural movement around the sun. That means that 2020 gets an extra day — 366 instead of the typical 365 — and February, an infamously short month, gets an extra 24 hours.
If you're like us, you probably didn't even realize it was a leap year until you saw February 29 on your calendar. But obviously, you want to celebrate anyway. Ahead, we've found the best things to do on leap day, from making frog-themed crafts to going to the trampoline park for some high-powered leaps. Don't forget to make an extravagant birthday cake in honor of all those leap day babies out there! It's a great day to have a great (bonus) day.
Tomcom: Why is it that the wealthiest nation on earth is the only developed country that cannot afford universal health care? Why do we spend twice as much per capita for health care than any other nation? Why do we lag behind 37 other nations on such important metrics as average longevity rates, five year cancer survival rates, and live births per thousand? Why do the pharmaceutical companies spend more on marketing, advertising and sales than on research and development? Why does congress prevent Medicare from negotiating drug prices with Big Pharma? I have at least a hundred other questions, but these will suffice for now.