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Study Find Those Who Find Love In Their 20s Sleep Better In Their 30s

The secret of a good night's sleep may lie in an early marriage! People who fall in love and settle down in their 20s sleep better in middle age and suffer less stress, according to a new study. Researchers found those who have positive, lasting relationships in their early adulthood experience...
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Our Resting Bodies Tend To Burn More Calories In the Late Afternoon

You are always burning calories, even when you are sitting on the couch. Sadly for us, this calorie count does not add up to the number of calories in a slice of chocolate cake but we are indeed using energy. Come to find out, even at rest, our bodies burn about 10% more calories in the late...
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People Who Decorate For Christmas Early Are Generally Happier

If you are one of those people who get ridiculed for putting up your Christmas tree and decorations out the second Halloween is over, hold your head high this morning! According to experts, decorating for Christmas early may make you happier, so you might want to consider pulling your garlands and...
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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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Early Holiday Shopping Result In Higher Spending

A stronger confidence in the U.S. economy and an improvement in household financial security will most likely contribute to Americans spending more during the holidays this year than last. However for those who have already begun shopping, odds are you will spend around $370 more than those who...
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It's Spider Season

Did you know that 'spider season' is a thing? If not, now you do. Hot weather followed by heavy downpours has apparently sent spiders wild and millions of the arachnids are heading into our homes to start families. Spider season is usually thought to happen in the autumn but many people say the...
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Eating Dinner Earlier May Reduce Cancer Risk

What you eat affects your health and now when you eat can be just as important as what you eat. A new study suggest that eating dinner before 9 p.m. could lower your risk of breast and prostate cancer. While that sounds kind of late to eat dinner, the Spanish study found that participants who ate...
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Tips For Getting Airline Seats Together For Large Parties

If you haven't flown in a while then you're in for some disappointing news. Even when you’re booking a flight early, sometimes it can be hard for you to get a seat beside your travel companion. Airlines are making it increasingly difficult to select that perfect seat before you fly, which means...
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Early Birds Less Likely To Develop Depression

Congratulations! If you are listening to us now there's a good chance you are less likely to develop depression than those who wake up later in the day. A study that took 9 years and used sleeping data from over 32,000 women found that those who woke up earlier were 12% to 27% less likely to...
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Tips On How To Become A 6AM Morning Workout Champion

Experts say the best time to work out is in the morning, but let's be honest, it's super hard to get up and motivated so early in the day. However there are a lot of people who are somehow able to do it and they share some tips on how you can get your exercise done before the day officially begins...
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