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Check Out Six Benefits Of Reading Every Day

Do you like to read? Mental Floss has compiled a list of statistics that prove reading every day is good for your mind (and soul). Here they are: Reading can boost your intelligence. People who exhibit strong reading skills early in life grow up to be more intelligent. Reading helps increase...
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Hunger Games

A "Hunger Games" Prequel Is Coming  

It's been almost four years since the last "Hunger Games" movie came out. Suzanne Collins is releasing a prequel novel in May of next year, and yes, there WILL be a movie. There's no word on a release date for that yet. The action is set 64 years before the original "Hunger Games" , so no Jennifer...
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Wearable Device That Can Read Human Emotions

Amazon is developing a new wearable device that can detect your EMOTIONAL STATE by listening to your voice and figuring out how you're feeling. It's being tested right now, and there's no word on when it could go on sale. Click Here to see more.
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Look: Final "The Big Bang Theory" Table Read

The last ever table read for "The Big Bang Theory" went down on Wednesday, and both Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki were reduced to tears. Post table read for @bigbangtheory_cbs finale episode A post shared by Kaley Cuoco (@kaleycuoco) on Apr 24, 2019 at 11:22am PDT This morning was not an easy one...
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“Pretty Little Liars” Vs. “Big Little Lies”

I’m an Amazon Prime member and one of the benefits is free Prime reading with your Kindle. Not all of the books and magazines available on the Kindle are part of the free Prime reading, but I still think there’s a good selection. Plus, I’m cheap and I love free, so I won’t complain about my options...
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National Read-A-Book Day

Today is National Read-a-Book Day, which means it's a perfect time to READ SHAME you. According to a new survey, 17% of Americans read ZERO books a year, and another 47% read between one and five. So that means just about two-thirds of the people in this country read fewer than five books a year. 9...
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