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Best And Worst Places To Raise A Family According To Asher & Lyric

New research by travel site Asher & Lyric has broken down the best places to live in order to raise a family. To determine the most and least family-friendly countries, the couple rated 35 countries that are part of the

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Study Suggests Eating Chocolate Can Reduce Risk Of Heart Disease

A new study of 336,289 people found that consuming chocolate more than once a week reduced the risk of developing coronary heart disease by 8 percent compared to those who ate it less frequently! The participants, who were from the

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EU Power Comes Mostly From Renewables So Far This Year – GNSTOD Thur, July 23rd 2020

Renewable energy sources overtook fossil fuels as the European Union’s main generators of electricity in the first half of this year! “In the first half of 2020, renewables –- wind, solar, hydro and bioenergy — generated 40 percent of of

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Study Says The Scent Of Your Partner Helps You Sleep.

If you are someone who has trouble sleeping and find it’s worse when you are away from your significant other, you’re not alone, and there is something you can do about that! At least; according to information that was published

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Angry Tweet Study Says Stay Calm In Cool Weather

An interesting study by The Conversation that involved researchers from Macquarie University in Sydney has revealed that while hot weather may make people more aggressive, rising temperatures do not result in more angry online activity. In fact, angry tweets increased

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He Worked His Way To Harvard – GNSOTD Wed, July 8th 2020

If you saw Rehan Staton doing his old day job; working for the Bates Trucking & Trash Removal sanitation company, you might make the mistake of thinking he didn’t work hard, or wasn’t very bright, so that’s why he was

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How Old Is Your Dog? New Science Offers Suggestions

This might be a familiar conversation to you; How old is the dog, in human? The old stand by answer was 7 human years to every 1 year the dog’s been alive. But new research published Thursday in the Cell Systems journal

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Drinking From The Garden Hose Is Not Safe

It’s a common childhood memory on a hot day like this, being out in the yard playing, and getting overheated and needing to cool down. One of the easiest ways was to pour cold water out of the hose over

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Training Your Taste Buds

There are a lot of things that determine how you will respond to food. It starts with the five basic tastes: sweet, bitter, sour, salty and umami or savoury. Second it’s important to know that taste is a very individual

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Study Says Restrictions Prevented Millions Of Coronavirus Cases.

There was a study published on Monday by researchers at the University of California at Berkeley. The study examined 1,717 local, regional and national coronavirus restrictions, estimating that the “unprecedented” shutdowns prevented about 530 million infections across the United States,

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