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Never Walk On The Right Side Of The Road

A recent study found that walking against traffic instead of with it cut the risk of getting hit by a car by an average of 77%!
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Study Links Soft Drinks With Higher Death Rates

A new report that tracked 452,000 people in ten countries found that that people who drank two or more glasses of soft drinks per day were more likely to die from all types of ailments, compared with people who drank less than one glass per month. The study found differences in the health effects...
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Cutting Out One Portion Of Red Meat Can Extend Your Life By Nearly 20 Per Cent

Cutting down on red meat and replacing it with fish or chicken could add years to your life, a major study on more than 81,000 people over 8 years. Swapping just one portion of beef a day for a fillet of fish cuts the risk of dying over the next eight years by 17%! Replacing it with skinless...
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Prince-Inspired Purple Rain Jellybeans For Easter

Easter is just around the corner, falling on April 21st this year. Coincidentally, it also marks the third anniversary of Prince's death. Brach is releasing "Purple Rain" jelly beans for the holiday this year. The Purple Rain Tiny Jelly Bird Eggs will feature four flavors: berry, blueberry, blue...
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How To Support A Loved One When They Lose A Loved One

Losing a loved one is never easy and just as handling your own grief can be challenging in itself, knowing how to support your partner when a friend dies can feel incredibly daunting. Because we all handle death differently it can be a challenge to offer support for your loved one when they're...
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Study Links Dog's Coat Color With Longevity

A new report is linking the color of their coasts to longevity. Research looked at the health outcomes of 33,000 veterinary patient records of one of the world's most popular dog breeds, Labradors. What they found was chocolate labs live significantly shorter lives than their black and yellow...
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Selfies Are Killing Us!

Sadly selfies have crossed over into the extreme world. A new report highlights the increase of people who have been killed while taking selfies in dangerous locations. Since 2011, an average of 43 people die per year taking their selfie to the danger zone. Men account for seven in 10 fatalities...
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Vets Speak Out To Owners About Their Pet's Final Moments

Pet owners are quick to include their pet as a loving member of the family. As with any member of a family, it is hard to say goodbye when their life is nearly over. The heartbreaking reality of losing a pet is too much to bear and it's why one vet is speaking out and pleading with pet owners to...
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Beware Of The Black Dot Of Death That May Pop Up In Your Message App

We all know the peril of your computer's blue screen of death that usually indicates your CPU has gone to that big hard drive in the sky. The smart phone equivalent is being dubbed the black dot of death and it arrives through a text message. A bug discovered in Apple's Messages app can paralyze...
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Hilarious Obituary About Man Who Loved Miracle Whip & Hamburger Helper Goes Viral

Sometimes laughter is the best medicine when you're feeling sad. For the family of DeMotte, IN's Terry Ward that is very true. The 71-year-old passed away last week, and his obituary has been making the rounds because of his sense of humor. The obituary opened by saying Terry left behind "32 jars...
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