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Coastal California City Will Pay You $100 To Visit

If you're planning on a vacation to California between now and March 31st, you can earn a crisp $100 bill for visiting one city. About four hours north of Los Angeles, on the coast, is the charming town of San Luis Obispo, which if you book a two-night stay at an area hotel, the city's tourism...
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The Age You Peak At Everything

Our lives have milestones. From getting a driver's license at 16 to ordering a beer at 21 and retiring at 65. And while ageing can seem like a scary prospect at times, many scientific studies have found that youth isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. In fact there are plenty of cases in which human...
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Algorithm Created For Perfect Coffee-Caffeine Amount For Peak Performance

Believe it or not, there is a coffee sweet spot to get the caffeine you need to avoid tiredness. Thanks to the U.S. military, an ingenious algorithm used to keep soldiers alert can soon be used by you to keep you alert too. Overall, consuming 200 milligrams of caffeine, which is two regular cups of...
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Interactive Map Shows The peak Dates For Fall Foliage

When you are outside it's hard to believe it is autumn but a quick drive up north and you'll begin to see the glorious fall colors as trees shed their leaves for winter. If you're able to get a few days off this month, you can plan a trip and be surrounded by brilliant reds, yellows, purple and...
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Mid-30s Is The Age We Consider Ourselves Old

While humans are living longer than ever, the age in which we perceive ourselves as old is dropping. According to two recent surveys, 35 is the age where we no longer consider ourselves as young and when men consider themselves as at the "peak [of] loneliness" and women consider themselves as "peak...
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Americans Income In 2016 Tops 1999 Peak

Good news everyone! The median American household income last year finally topped what it was at its 1999 peak, according to the Census Bureau, which said earlier this week that incomes for a typical U.S. household, adjusted for inflation, rose 3.2% from 2015 to 2016 to $59,039. The previous peak...
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What Fitness Tracks Get Right And What They Get Wrong

Fitness trackers are widely popular in keeping track of your steps, your weight, your heart rate and how many calories you consume. But is the data these devices report accurate. Yes and no says cardiologist and Professor Euan Ashley of Stanford University Medical Center. At his practice, many...
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Prices Are Going Up At The Gas Pump

As spring and summer get closer, oil refineries prepare to change their formula, which means the price of gas is expected to go higher over the next few weeks. GasBuddy says the average price has risen five cents to $2.31 across the country and will continued to grow over the next four to six weeks...
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Signs That Dominant Genes Are In Control Of Your Body

Our bodies are made up of two genes, dominant and recessive. The genes handed down from our parents, much like them picking a movie to watch, battle it out for superiority resulting in our hair and eye color and so much more. For instance, if you are right-handed, the dominant gene won out. 70%-90...
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