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This Company Is Looking To Upgrade Your Middle Seat For The Holidays

Traveling during the holidays can be a tough time. Multiply that stress by 100 if you are stuck in the middle seat of a crowded airplane. However one company is offering you a chance to upgrade your seat to something more comfortable. Diageo Beer Company, maker of Smirnoff Vodka is doling out $50,...
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What Women Like In Beards

Women have different tastes and preferences when it comes to the facial hair of men. Depends, according to a survey of women ages 18 to 44. When it comes to short stubble, 38% of women aged 25-34 said it was the most attractive. That viewpoint drops for women 18-24, with 24% saying it was the most...
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NFL Player Retires In Middle Of A Game

We all have a plans as to our retirement from the professional world, but you've got to wonder if you should call it a career in the middle of a football game. Buffalo Bills fans were stunned yesterday when Vontae Davis left the team and retired during halftime of their 31-20 loss to the Chargers...
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Are You Considered Middle Class?

There is a lot of talk of the middle class but what does it take to be considered middle class? And for that matter, are you near the top or bottom. An analysis from 2016 revealed that more than a half of Americans are considered to be in the middle based on education and income. 52% were ranked...
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Even Starting An Exercise Routine In Mid Life Can Cut Risks Of Heart Failure By a Third

Proof that it is never too late to exercise for a healthy heart! Just six years of exercise in middle age is enough to slash the risk of heart failure by a third. A study of more than 11,000 adults found that increasing physical activity for as little as six years in your 40s to 60s cuts the risk...
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Fashion That Makes Your Hip Without Being Embarrassingly Too Trendy

Fashion can make you feel good! Strutting around knowing everyone is looking at you. However as we move into middle age, fashion changes but our wardrobe can fall behind. We mistakenly believe that if we stop updating our wardrobes, we will freeze time and remain forever young. In other words, if...
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Advice On How To Sleep On An Airplane

Trying to catch some sleep on an airplane is one of the most challenging quests known to humankind, unless you are fortunate enough to fly first class. But there may be certain spots in economy that make for the best shut-eye. First, pick a seat near the front of the airplane, which generally offer...
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First-Born Children Are The Worst Drivers On The Road

Younger siblings living in the shadow of the perfection of the first born have a reason to smile this morning. The eldest child is a bad driver compared to their younger brothers and sisters. An insurance study of over 1,300 motorist found that 89% of older siblings are likely to speed, 47% cut off...
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Birth Order Is A Big Factor In Career Choices

Monday (4/10/2017) we celebrated National Siblings Day and with all the brotherly and sisterly love, a new study suggests our career is determined by our birth order. A team of statisticians looked at a random sample of over 500 of the most successful individuals from 11 different career groups to...
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Florida Middle School Acronym Causes Stir With Parents

Parents and students are concerned about a new middle school set to open for the next school year. The Orange County School District is wrapping up the construction of Innovation Park Middle School, which sounds innocent enough but a quick abbreviation to an acronym spells out the problem, IPMS. To...
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