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Shocking Study Reveals What Senior Citizens Can Eat

Instead of fighting old age, you may want to embrace it.

And you'll never guess why.

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Scientists Discover Gene Responsible for Binge Drinking

We've always thought that binge drinking was just part of being a dumb teenager, but scientists say they've recently discovered a gene which could account for the risky behavior.

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What Are the Least and Most Trusted Professions in America?

There are two types of people that no one trusts: politicians, and anyone selling cars. On the other hand, Americans think very highly of nurses. That is the consensus of a recent Gallup poll.

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Study Suggests Murder Spreads Through a City Similar to an Infection in the Body

Murder is more like an infection than a random act, according to a new study. This may help police contain a city's homicide rate, through better understanding of where future murders are more likely to occur.

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Study Links Flu During Pregnancy to Autism

What exactly causes autism is still uncertain, but researchers are investigating the possibility that a mother having the flu while she is pregnant may increase the likelihood of her child being born with the condition.

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Do Bad Teeth Equal Bad Grades?

There are some obvious pitfalls for those children with bad teeth, including self-esteem issues, poor quality of life, and uncontrollable pain.

However, a new study suggests that kids walking around with busted-out, rotten grills may actually suffer more academically.

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New Study Reveals Almost Half of All Americans Will Be Obese by 2030

With countless reports weighing in on the unfit conditions of the great American waistline expansion project, it should come as no surprise that the battle of the bulge is in no way coming to a screeching halt.

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Study Finds Parents Can Allow Babies to Cry at Night

Babies can be exhausting enough during the day, but when they cry throughout the night the so-called bundles of joy can leave their parents cranky and depressed.

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What Are the Laziest Countries in the World?

While the majority of this devilish planet always appears to be working hard at contributing to either the rise and fall of human civilization, a new study suggests that most of the world isn’t working on anything at all.

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New Study Reveals Spanking Kids in Public Is Common [POLL]

You might think in today’s world of soft disciplinary parenting most moms and dads aren’t beating their little diaper terrorists as a means of making them obey, but a new study finds that they actually are — just not when they think someone “important” is looking.

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