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Interactive Web Site Calculates Your Risk Of Developing Melanoma

The most common cancer in the United States is skin cancer, which roughly 9,500 new cases are diagnosed each day ! That may sound like bad news but like all cancers, if skin cancer is caught early enough, the survival rate increases. Thanks to some scientists, the early detection rates by increase...
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1 In Three Americans Burned By Lending Their Credit Card To Friends And Family

Money might be able to buy you happiness but lending your credit card is a surefire way to end a friendship and cause a family controversy for many years to come. A recent survey by credit cards.com found that more than 36 million people have been burned by lending their credit card to someone...
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Nearly Half Of Non-Smokers Say They Should Get Additional Time Off

Lighting up a feudal fire on an old argument is a new survey that found 42% of non-smokers feel they should receive three to five additional vacation days a year than their smoking co-workers. The survey by e-cigarette maker Halo surveyed 1,005 American adults also found that 28% of smokers agreed...
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Want to Know if That Hug Was Meaningful? Scientists Have the Answer!

Often times hugs are either really awesome, or really awkward, right? Well, a new study has determined the telltale signs that a hug is genuine . German researchers analyzed more than 2,000 embraces in an airport (in both the departures and arrivals terminals) for their study. First and foremost,...
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When The Google And Bing Maps Cars Meet

Rivalries have long been a part of our culture. From Coke vs Pepsi to Target vs Walmart, they bring out the best 9and sometimes the worst) in us. Now that we're firmly in the 21st century a newer rivalry exists between Google and Bing. The two Internet giants offer many service including map...
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Mall Installs Walking "Fast Lane" So Shoppers Can Avoid Slow Walkers

A recent poll found that 80% of consumers found slow walkers to be their biggest annoyance while shopping. The research also found that the average walking speed slowed down by 21% during the Christmas shopping period, as most shoppers spent more time window shopping and browsing during this period...
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Florida Couples Are Happier Than Average

Although Virginia state it's for lovers, full of crazy Florida is packed with love and harmony. A new survey found that couples in Florida fight 17 times per month, which is lower than the national average of 19 times. Couples in Alaska, South Dakota, Maine and West Virginia tied for the happiest...
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Florida Airports Ranked High In Satisfaction

Congratulations to Tampa International Airport, rated as one of America's best airports and coming, in one point behind the best airport in the country, John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California. The rankings come from the J.D. Power 2017 North America Airport Satisfaction Study which placed...
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Study: More and More Men Are Adopting Cats

Owning a cat has historically been a thing for women. In fact, I have had some girlfriends that would not date a guy if he cat. They thought it just seemed wrong for a man to have a cat. I think it's cool when a man has a cat. So if you're on “Team Cat” like me, you'll be happy to know that cat...
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Personal Devices Are Costing Companies Nearly Five Hours A Week In Lost Productivity

Could you image life without your smart phone? It seems our love affair with our personal devices is interfering with our jobs. A survey of professionals by staffing firm OfficeTeam found that we waste an average of 56 minutes a day using their mobile devices for non-work activities in the office...
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