Cellphone Related Injuries On The Rise

Cellphone Related Injuries On The Rise

A study has revealed that neck and back-related injuries caused by cellphones are on the rise, particularly amongst young people.
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70% Of Americans Aged 13-64 Play Games

70% Of Americans Aged 13-64 Play Games

A recent CTA study has revealed that 70% of Americans aged 13-64 regularly game and this is set to increase as the face of gaming continues to change.
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Uber Reveals Thousands Of Sexual Assault Reports

Uber Reveals Thousands Of Sexual Assault Reports

Uber has revealed that 3,045 sexual assaults had been reported during its rides in the U.S. in 2018 alone. Clip 1 Stringr, Clip 2 Stringr, Clip 3 Stringr, Clip 4 Shutterstock, Clip 5 Stringr, Clip 6 Stringr, Clip 7 Stringr, Clip 8 Stringr.
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Overall Best Diets of 2019

Overall Best Diets of 2019

As the year starts to wind down, researchers compiled the best overall diets of 2019.
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FBI Warns Against New Smart TV

FBI Warns Against New Smart TV

The FBI has issued a warning against new smart TVs that have cameras and microphones as they do not have strong security against hackers.
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Homeland Security Wants To Use Facial Recognition

Homeland Security Wants To Use Facial Recognition

Homeland security has proposed that all airports use facial recognition software in an attempt to keep a tighter watch on criminals and potential terrorists.
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Rise In Drinking-Related Liver Disease And Deaths

Rise In Drinking-Related Liver Disease And Deaths

In recent years there has been an upward trend in alcohol-related liver disease and deaths in the U.S.
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How To Be Smarter About Your Well-Being

How To Be Smarter About Your Well-Being

There are several ways to be smarter about your well-being, including daily exercise, eating well and using safe products.
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Brain Scans Link Obesity And Brain Damage

Brain Scans Link Obesity And Brain Damage

Researchers have found a link between obesity and brain health and are looking into how weight control impacts the mind.
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Zuckerberg Charity Wants To Cure All Disease

Zuckerberg Charity Wants To Cure All Disease

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife recently announced they want to cure the world of all disease.
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Taxes To Try And Stop Teen Vaping

Taxes To Try And Stop Teen Vaping

Taxation is often used to curb certain habits, like smoking or drinking soda, but now it will be used to try and stop teens from vaping.
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Electric Cars Pose A Threat To Autoworkers' Jobs

Electric Cars Pose A Threat To Autoworkers' Jobs

Electric cars pose a bigger threat to autoworker jobs than any other factor.
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How To Improve Your Work-Life Balance

How To Improve Your Work-Life Balance

While many people struggle with their work-life balance, it is even more of a battle for entrepreneurs. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Shutterstock Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Shutterstock Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Shutterstock Clip8-Shutterstock
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5 Benefits Of Spending Time Alone

5 Benefits Of Spending Time Alone

Research shows that spending some time alone can have profound benefits. Clip1-GettyImages Clip2-Shutterstock Clip3-Shutterstock Clip4-Shutterstock Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Gettyimages Clip8-Shutterstock
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How To Stay In Shape When You’re Busy

How To Stay In Shape When You’re Busy

It's no secret that exercising, sleeping, and healthy eating can help you be more positive, energetic, productive and creative.
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Overspending On Holidays? Blame Your Smartphone

Overspending On Holidays? Blame Your Smartphone

Buying items online is just one click away. Mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Google Pay and apps allow people to purchase an item in a store or online quickly.
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Google’s Fitbit Acquisition And Privacy Concern

Google’s Fitbit Acquisition And Privacy Concern

Google’s announcement that it would acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion has raised the public's privacy concern. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Shutterstock Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Shutterstock Clip5-Stringr Clip6-Shutterstock Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Stringr
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91% Of Americans Support Marijuana Legalization

91% Of Americans Support Marijuana Legalization

According to a new poll from the Pew Research Center, two-thirds of Americans support the legalization of marijuana.
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Business Travellers Face Mounting Anxiety And Depression

Business Travellers Face Mounting Anxiety And Depression

While the benefits are certainly there, traveling for business has its drawbacks too. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Stringr Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Stringr Clip9-
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Vaping Illness Cases Rise To 2,172

Vaping Illness Cases Rise To 2,172

U.S. health officials recently reported 2,172 confirmed cases and three more deaths from a respiratory illness linked to vaping.
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Superbugs Are Killing Thousands Of Americans

Superbugs Are Killing Thousands Of Americans

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 2.8 million people are infected and more than 35,000 people die every year from superbugs in the U.S.
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America’s Sweet Tooth Starts From Infancy

America’s Sweet Tooth Starts From Infancy

A recent study found that sugar addiction starts from infancy, with 61% of babies and 98% of toddlers consuming added sugars in their daily diet.
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Why A Sudden Temperature Drop Can Make You Sick

Why A Sudden Temperature Drop Can Make You Sick

Researchers have linked a quick drop in temperature to a higher chance of getting sick. Clip1-Stringr Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Shutterstock Clip4-Shutterstock Clip5-Stringr Clip6-Shutterstock Clip7-Google fair use Clip8-Stringr
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How To Shed Belly Weight Fast

How To Shed Belly Weight Fast

The proven best ways to shed belly fat is a calorie deficit and healthy eating.
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The Old Work Model Is Disappearing

The Old Work Model Is Disappearing

The old work model is starting to disappear as more people are working through retirement.
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CDC Urges Flu Vaccine

CDC Urges Flu Vaccine

While the current flu season appears to be mild, the CDC is still urging people to get their flu vaccination.
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Ruling Against Warrantless Searches Of Travelers

Ruling Against Warrantless Searches Of Travelers

A Boston federal court has ruled that warrantless searches of phones and laptops are illegal.
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Cholesterol And Heart Attacks On The Decline

Cholesterol And Heart Attacks On The Decline

Cholesterol and heart attacks across the country are both down since 2013 due to improved medical advice.
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How To Waste Less Produce

How To Waste Less Produce

There are several steps one can take to extend the life of their groceries and it starts at the store.
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What Should Be Done To Rein In Big Tech

What Should Be Done To Rein In Big Tech

Technology giants like Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google are under an investigation for anticompetitive behavior.
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How Asthma Can Turn Deadly

How Asthma Can Turn Deadly

Asthma impacts millions of people in the U.S. but it can be deadly in some cases.
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Long-Haul Flight Hacks

Long-Haul Flight Hacks

Traveling to see the world or going on vacation is what almost everyone looks forward to, but getting there is often the hardest part.
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Lack Of Sunlight Impacts Your Brain

Lack Of Sunlight Impacts Your Brain

When the clocks go backward and the days get shorter, many suffer from seasonal depression due to the lack of sunlight their brains get.
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The Real Reason Why We Self-Sabotage

The Real Reason Why We Self-Sabotage

Self-sabotage like procrastination, drugs and alcohol often get in the way of success, yet many continue with their ways.
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Long-Term Immune System Effects Of Measles

Long-Term Immune System Effects Of Measles

Research has found that having the measles can have long-term effects on a persons immune system, putting them more at risk after they recover.
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Omega-3 Doesn't Improve Mental Health

Omega-3 Doesn't Improve Mental Health

It was previously thought that consuming Omega-3 fats would help relieve anxiety and other mental illnesses, but researchers have found no serious connection.
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Smoking May Double Risk Of Schizophrenia

Smoking May Double Risk Of Schizophrenia

Smoking reduces the chemical releases of serotonin and dopamine, increasing people's risk for schizophrenia.
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Running A Little Helps You Live Longer

Running A Little Helps You Live Longer

Researchers have found that running daily, even a little, can extend your life.
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5 Lifestyle Changes To Help Alzheimer's Patients

5 Lifestyle Changes To Help Alzheimer's Patients

Learning and keeping the mind active have been found to be the most important factor when it comes to keeping the mind sharp and helping patients with Alzheimers.
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Why Perfectionism Can Cause Depression

Why Perfectionism Can Cause Depression

Newer generations have been found to be the worst type of perfectionist because of social media standards.
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5 Nutrient-Dense Foods That Fit Your Budget

5 Nutrient-Dense Foods That Fit Your Budget

The American Heart Association recently found that about 95% of grocery shoppers wanted to seek out healthy options. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Shutterstock
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Why Extra Virgin Olive Oil Is the Healthiest Fat

Why Extra Virgin Olive Oil Is the Healthiest Fat

There are numerous types of fats and some are even healthy, but experts believe extra virgin olive oil is the healthiest form of fat.
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How To Survive Thanksgiving Travel

How To Survive Thanksgiving Travel

This year, thanksgiving traveling is set to be record-breaking, with the most people on the move since 2005. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Shutterstock Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Stringr
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Google Health Is Finally Talking About Their Plan

Google Health Is Finally Talking About Their Plan

Doctor and CEO David Feinberg, who is leading the newly created Google Health division, is beginning to open up about his plans.
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Wildfire Health Risks

Wildfire Health Risks

As California wildfires have become more common and deadly, scientists warn the public about airborne health risks. Clip1-Stringr Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Shutterstock Clip7-Shutterstock Clip8-Stringr
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Calorie Counts Cause Fast-Food Orders To Drop

Calorie Counts Cause Fast-Food Orders To Drop

A new study revealed that after calories were posted on fast-food menus, people cut back on ordering fast-food items, but not for long.
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Sweeteners You Need To Know About

Sweeteners You Need To Know About

Children are among those who consume the most sweeteners. There are at least five nonnutritive sweeteners The American Academy of Pediatrics wants parents to know.
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NYPD Program Offers Free Mental Health Care_Clean

NYPD Program Offers Free Mental Health Care_Clean

With the 10th NYC police officer to die by suicide this year, the NYPD is offering its officers confidential mental health care from outside sources.
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