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Test Subjects Felt Separation Anxiety … Over Their iPhones?

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According to a new study, people separated from their smart phones feel separation anxiety: To conduct the study, researchers told participants that the purpose of the experiment was to test the reliability of a new wireless blood pressure cuff. The

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New Year’s Celebration Horror in Shanghai, China as 36 are Killed in Stampede

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A horrible situation played out in the midst of celebration on New Years Eve as 36 people were killed in a stampede of people in Shanghai. Another 47 victims were injured for what seems to be no reason at all.

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Vile Race Hustlers Trying To Use The Pantaleo Exoneration To Invalidate The Wilson Exoneration

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Recent events have been an opportunity for race hustlers. Two weeks, two hearings, two grand juries, two potential crimes, two exonerations, anger, and violent mass protests. The proximity of the exonerations of Officer Darren Wilson, and Officer Daniel Pantaleo have

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Study: Air Dryers More Unsanitary than Paper Towels

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A study by Leeds University paid for by the paper industry (hmmmm) indicates that the air around air dryers is 27 times more saturated with bacteria than the air around paper towel dispensers. Apparently, if this study is to be

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Brittany Maynard vs Lauren Hill: One is Campaigning for Death the other for Life

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Oregon calls their assisted suicide law the Death with Dignity Act, but is it really dignity or the coward’s way out? Before you get your panties in a bunch, I understand why people don’t want to suffer through horrible diseases

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Study: Twitter Has Made Journalists Rude

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Apparently journalists used to be very polite and respectful toward politicians and celebrities. And now, apparently thanks to Twitter, they feel free to be short and rude: The study from the University of Texas looked at 5,700 tweets from the

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Meet Generation Z … and Weep for the Future

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The reproduction rate for Millennials is pretty low. We’re not even replacing ourselves in the United States. But that’s not the worst news for the future. The worst news is that the children we are having are … well, they’re

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Drive Thru Funerals Are Apparently a Thing Now

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The latest casualty (pun intended) in the long march of commoditization, convenience, and instant gratification is giving honor to the dead. Apparently, we just don’t have time even to get out of our cars to pay our respects. Behold, drive

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New Study: Multitasking is Bad for Your Brain

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According to a new study, multitasking is bad for your brain—inhibiting your performance, and lowering both your IQ and EQ (a measure of emotional intelligence): Research also shows that, in addition to slowing you down, multitasking lowers your IQ. A

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Majority of Americans Don’t Trust the Media

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Gallup just released a poll that shows America’s distrust of media is yet again at an all time high. Sixty percent of those surveyed said that they have little or no trust in the media to report news fully, accurately

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Robin Williams and the Tears of a Clown

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I remember the first time I was exposed to Robin Williams. I was nine, and I was seeing Aladdin in the theater with my parents and five sisters. Robin Williams voiced the Genie, and he was brilliant. In fact, the

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Obama Doesn’t Want to Punish Whistleblowers?

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In a recent speech regarding a $16 billion shot in the arm to the VA, Obama recently had these words to say about whistleblowers: If you blow the whistle, you should be thanked. You should be protected for doing the

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