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Working Mom

Women Are Working Longer Hours And Doing More Housework

A new study found that women are working themselves like crazy while men are not. The study found women who have full time jobs worked an average of seven hours and 20 minutes a day last year, that's the longest they've worked since the study started in 2003. Men worked seven hours and 54 minutes,...
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fast walkers

Walking Fast Can Help You Live Longer According to Study

Could a leisurely stroll be detrimental to your health? A new study has found that fast walkers tend to live longer than those that take their time getting from point A to point B. The results were also found to be true regardless of the person’s weight . Researchers from the U.K.’s University of...
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You Can Get Your Caffeine Buzz Just by Looking at Coffee

If you can’t function in the morning without throwing back a cup of java, it could be all in your head. A new study claims a person can get most of the benefits of a caffeine buzz without having to drink any coffee . Instead, simply seeing or smelling a vanilla latte can stimulate you enough to get...
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MLB Umpire Study

Every sport has subjective calls that aren't reviewable by replay, and in Major League Baseball, the biggest one is umpires calling balls and strikes. Obviously, they botch some of those calls, but exactly how often does it happen? A new study by Boston University looked at the results of nearly...
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Coffee

Just Looking At A Cup Of Coffee Can Help Wake You Up

If you're trying to cut back on the ungodly amount of coffee you drink, maybe this will help: You don't need to drink it to get the benefits, you just need to see it. According to a new study out of the University of Toronto, if you just look at a cup of coffee in the morning, it'll help wake you...
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51% Of Young People Are Single, Which Is The Highest Percentage Ever

According to a study by the University of Chicago, for the first time ever, the majority of young people are single. 51% of Americans between 18 and 34 are now single. This study has been going since 1986, and that's the highest number ever. The previous high was 45% back in 2016. The lowest was 33...
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Sesame Street

A New Study Says Kids Who Watch "Sesame Street" Do Better In School

There's a lot of "Sesame Street" on in the house, so this was a great read. From People : Turns out Sesame Street‘s Big Bird, Elmo, Bert, Ernie, Count von Count, Cookie Monster and Oscar the Grouch are doing a lot more than just entertaining kids. According to a January 2019 study published in the...
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Exercise

Just Ten Minutes Of Exercise A Week Could Extend Your Life

A new study looked at the medical records of more than 88,000 Americans and it found that as little as ten minutes of exercise a week could help you live longer. People who got between ten minutes and one hour of light-to-moderate exercise a week had an 18% lower risk of an early death than people...
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Woman and Dog

Your Dog Would Run Through A Wall To Help You If You're In Pain

According to a new study, researchers found that when dogs heard their owners crying, the dogs would do whatever it took to push through a door to help them. That's right: Your dog would basically run through a wall for you. And there's more... Even if you're not crying, your dog develops the...
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Coffee

Any excuse to keep drinking coffee is a good one

Want to live longer? Drink coffee! A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine has found that the addictive caffeinated beverage can actually boost longevity. Of the 500,000 British adults consulted in the decade-long study, those who drank coffee were 10 to 15 percent less likely to die than...
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