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A Lot Of People Cry In The Shower

A recent worldwide survey found that 74% of people cry in the shower.
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Recent Survey Finds Most Americans Still Concerned With Coronavirus

A recent Consumer Reports survey found that 76% of Americans are somewhat or very concerned with COVID19 continuing to spread in our local areas.
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A Third Of Americans Admit To Double-Dipping At Parties

The holidays are here and so is party season. Although you might think you're on your best behavior during get-togethers, most people admit to committing at least one food-related party foul, according to a new survey. Out of 1,000 adults surveyed, 61% admitted that they had committed a party faux...
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Canned Cranberry Sauce Deemed Least-Liked Thanksgiving Food

When it comes to a traditional Thanksgiving meal, stuffing, pumpkin pie and some sort of casserole are essential. On that list is cranberry sauce. Come to find out, that sticky jelly substance that is shaped like the can it came from, is not very well liked. A recent poll of 2000 adults found 46%...
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If Given A Choice, Most Americans Would Take To The Road Instead Of The Air

When it comes to traveling, most Americans would rather pack up the family truckster than fly the friendly skies. A new survey finds 73% of Americans prefer to travel by car versus flying and in fact have no problem of adding additional hours on o their travel time if it meant avoiding the airport...
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Phantom Smells Are Causing Quality Of Life Issues For Those Over 40

Ever question a strange smell to only have the person you are taking to say they can't smell whatever it is you do? A new study looked at the phenomenon of "phantom" odors that have no obvious source. Data collected between 2011 and 2014 asked 7417 subjects aged 40 if they smelled an unpleasant,...
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Pet Owners Tend To He Happier, Healthier and Wealthier

Pet owners already know that the joys of having kitty-kitty and dog-dog as part of the family but pet owners tend to not only be happier in life but exercise more often and earn more money than those without a pet, claims a new survey. Researchers calculated that pet owners were twice as likely to...
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Drivers Not Trusting Automated Driving Cars Yet

When it comes to features that are important to new car shoppers, advance safety features rank high on the list while less enthusiastic about technology that drives for us. In a national survey of U.S. drivers planning on buying a new or used vehicle in the next two years, 51% said it was important...
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Most Would Give Up Money For A Healthier Work Environment

Could you tolerate a toxic work environment for a larger paycheck or a more prestigious title? Not many people would. According to a Linkedin study, 70% of professionals refused to work at leading companies if it meant enduring a bad work culture. When asked what they value most in an employer,...
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Single Women Find Single Fathers And The 'Dad Bod' Irresistible

With Father's Day on Sunday, it appears that women find single dads very attractive. According to the dating app, Zoosk, who surveyed 3,051 single women and analyzed 301,242 messages found that single dads are "so hot right now.' According to the research, 92% of single women are open to dating...
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