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Using emoji at school ‘could improve language skills’

Using smiley face, poo and broken heart emoji at school may sound like a strange idea but it could improve children’s language skills, according to ... Full story

Study: Facebook makes you realize you’re a loser

A new study has validated billions of nagging feelings. All those engagement announcements, baby pictures, and party photos on Facebook can erroneously make us believe ... Full story

Sex at 70 is surprisingly satisfying

Good news for the sexy septuagenarians: Researchers at Germany's University of Rostock have found that "regular sex" increases not just physical agility but also mental ... Full story

Shipping Gifts Can be a Challenge

ATLANTA - The holiday shipping crunch is nearly upon us and getting those gifts sent off to your loved ones can prove to be quite ... Full story

16 things to talk about at Thanksgiving, instead of politics

We've witnessed families torn apart, friendships lost this past election season. So how do you make it through your Family's Thanksgiving gathering without getting into ... Full story

Milk consumption linked to nation's number of Nobel Prizes

Remember how the amount of chocolate a nation eats was linked to the number of Nobel Prizes it wins? Well, another team of scientists believes ... Full story

Chocolate consumption per-capita linked to number of Nobel Prize wins

If you're keen to win a Nobel Prize, don't start out by brushing up on your science or chewing over a solution to find world peace. Instead, ... Full story

Study says men watching porn make their women unhappy

Porn -- along with its many, many appreciators -- is getting what-for from recent study results which "showed a strong statistical link between men viewing ... Full story

How long can you stare into someone's eyes before it gets awkward? Science has the answer

How long is it possible to stare into someone's eyes before it starts to make them feek awkward? Based on science, not very long, apparently. According ... Full story

Photography might hold the key to happiness

If new scientific research is to be believed, taking pictures could hold the key to happiness. The research, which had over 2000 people taking place in ... Full story

Taco Bell unveils new, sleek-looking restaurant design

Taco Bell as you know it is about to undergo dramatic changes. The company unveiled a new, sleek-looking design that swaps out the familiar neon ... Full story

Prof says Cinco de Mayo is not a Mexican holiday

Cinco de Mayo has become a commercial juggernaut and touchpoint to "celebrate" Mexican culture, i.e., drink oneself silly on margaritas and stuff one's belly full ... Full story

Arcade-style gym actually makes us want to exercise

What? A gym that actually makes us want to work out? You gotta be kidding. But it’s true. This arcade-style gym is awesome and it’ll make you ... Full story

DO YOU understand the latest chiropractic video obsession?

Bone cracking may leave some of us feeling squeamish. But a new craze has swept the Internet, with users turning to chiropractic videos to help them ... Full story

Sprint iPhone Forever Plan TV Commercial, 'How It Feels' with Erica Soto

Sprint iPhone Forever Plan TV Commercial, 'How It Feels' with Erica Soto ... Full story

The best April Fools' jokes of 2016

It's that time of year again: April Fools' Day, when anything you see or hear must be taken with a grain of salt. Here are some ... Full story

A new book reveals the dark side of star signs

Leos are leaders, Librans are fair-minded and those born under the sign of Virgo compulsively clean. We all know the good traits our star signs ... Full story

Lesbian kiss in Kellogg's ad has nothing to do with cereal, argues angry mom

In the Special K ad women of all shapes, sizes, ages, ethnicities and sexualities are depicted as having moments when they "hate" their body. The campaign ... Full story

Parents: Relax! It's just a game; Sign reminds overbearing adults to lighten up

Lots of parents become sideline coaches and their children's biggest critics when they attend school and extracurricular activities or sports events. They scream and shout, offering ... Full story

Ever Wonder Why bridesmaids traditionally all wear the same dresses?

It’s one of the trickiest feats for any bride to pull off – ensuring all her friends, be they petite or six-footers, boyish or busty, ... Full story

'Beware the Ides of March' -- What does that mean?

Today marks the Ides of March, which may vaguely remind you of a high school English class. Here are some things to know about the ... Full story

Symbol for pedophiles seems to appear on children's toys sold at Monster Jam

Symbol for pedophiles seems to appear on children's toys sold at Monster Jam A Florida mother was shocked when she realized the heart-shaped symbol on her ... Full story

Twins found to have different fathers after being DNA tested

A pair of twins have been found to have different fathers after their parents grew suspicious of their different looks.   The infants, now two-year-old, were sent for ... Full story

According to the internet, Momo twins are the cutest babies ever

When you’ve got twins, it’s double the cuteness. Known as the “Momo Twins,” these two take the cake. They got their nickname because they are monoamniotic-monochorionic twins. Monoamniotic-monochorionic ... Full story

WATCH: Is this the most bizarre sex education campaign ever?

The animated and simple approach to rape culture was created to "get people to see sexual consent differently".The clips from a Toronto-based advertising company were ... Full story

What is leap year? How did it start? Why is it on Feb. 29?

Today is Feb. 29 – that’s a phrase you don’t  hear too often. In fact, you only hear it every four years or so. If you’re ... Full story

There’s no use pretending. If you cant hear this sound you are getting old

Hearing test: Mosquito tone you should only hear if you are under 25 years old ... Full story

Former binge-eater Dana Falsetti fights back at fat shamers by owning it at yoga

Dana Falsetti is proving to her thousands of Instagram followers that you don’t need to be thin to be flexible. After hitting a low point in her ... Full story

Did you know California isn't the only state with tough gun laws? Top 20 list

Early in 2016, President Barack Obama sparked further debate on the gun control issue when he introduced a new set of executive orders aimed at ... Full story