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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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Automatically Get A Refund If Your Package Is Delivered Late With This App

This time of the year puts a lot of pressure on our package carriers! From the USPS to Fedex and UPS, the ever-growing online shopping and brick-and-mortar stores offering free delivery means there's a chance your package may be delivered late. While carriers strive to be on time, traffic, weather...
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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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Healthy Foods For A Midnight Snack

Eating late at night or in the middle of the night may be the worst time of day to eat, but if it's going to happen, and let's be honest it does happen from time to time, choose one of these healthier snacks that will satisfy your midnight cravings while also offering some health benefits. So skip...
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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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How To Curb Late Night Snacking

Like clockwork, as you prepare for bed, you are interrupted with hunger pains and those pains are usually attended by poor food choices. Even a decent-sized supper, you raid the refrigerator for a few more bites so that you can fall fast to sleep. Well science says late-night hunger could actually...
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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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Eating All Your Meals For The Day Before 3pm Shown To Be Healthier

Could you survive if you finished eating for the day by 3pm? According to research studying a form of intermittent fasting known as early time-restricted feeding (eTRF), eating all your meals before 3pm lowers blood pressure, curbs diabetes and even makes you less hungry for snacks throughout the...
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You Can't Go Wrong With This Last Minute Mother's Day Gift

Mother's Day is Sunday and the average American will spend around $180 to shower mom with gifts this weekend. However all that money spent on gift isn't making Mom feel special at all. A survey found that 40% of Mothers surveyed found they give fake reactions to gifts; most commonly falling back on...
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A 15 Minute Phone Call Could Save You $2,500

Is 15 minutes of your time worth saving up to $35? It pays to call your credit card company if they’re trying to hit you with a fee. A recent survey found that most creditors will back down if you simply call them out. A CreditCards.com survey found that 84% of major credit card holders who asked...
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