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Controversial New Study Suggests Children of Homosexual Couples Have More Problems Than Kids of Heterosexual Couples

It appears that children with same-sex parents occasionally turn out significantly worse than those children that come from stable married heterosexual parents.

That’s the word from a new, controversial study out of the University of Texas.

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Study Reveals Eating Breakfast May Lower Risk of Diabetes [VIDEO]

As the old saying goes, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but perhaps not for the reasons you think. New research actually shows that people who consistently eat breakfast have a significantly reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.

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New Study Suggests Aspirin May Reduce Risk of Skin Cancer [VIDEO]

Those obsessed with tanning, like Patricia Krentcil and the cast of ‘Jersey Shore,’ may have little to fear in terms of skin cancer provided they take an aspirin a day, says a new report published in the health journal Cancer.

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How To Scientifically Keep People From Defriending You On Facebook

I personally don’t  lose sleep over being defriended on Facebook.  I figure I’ll survive if someone decides I shouldn’t be on their friends list.

But if you do worry about it, researchers at Arizona State University used focus groups and studies to come up with these 10 SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN rules to keep people from defriending you on Facebook.

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