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Hair Dye, Straighteners May Be Linked to Breast Cancer: Study

The use of hair dye and hair straighteners may be associated with a higher risk of breast cancer, according to a new study. Women who use permanent hair dye or straighteners, or applied straighteners to others, have a higher risk of getting breast cancer than women who don’t use those products,...
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Men More Stressed If Wives Earn More Than 40% of Household Income: Study

Husbands feel higher levels of stress when their wives earn more than 40% of the total household income, a new study finds. A survey conducted by the University of Bath suggests that the American public perceives men in marriages as financial providers, even at a time when women’s contributions are...
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Walking Fast Can Help You Live Longer According to Study

Could a leisurely stroll be detrimental to your health? A new study has found that fast walkers tend to live longer than those that take their time getting from point A to point B. The results were also found to be true regardless of the person’s weight . Researchers from the U.K.’s University of...
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You Can Get Your Caffeine Buzz Just by Looking at Coffee

If you can’t function in the morning without throwing back a cup of java, it could be all in your head. A new study claims a person can get most of the benefits of a caffeine buzz without having to drink any coffee . Instead, simply seeing or smelling a vanilla latte can stimulate you enough to get...
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Want to Live Longer? See More Concerts, Science Says

Science says the more shows the merrier.
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Do You Have More Photos Of Your Dog Or Your Spouse On Your Phone?

Another new study proves that we seem to care more about our dogs than our spouse. Want to see if it's true for you? Go ahead and grab your cell phone. Now take a look at your camera roll. Do you have more photos of your lover or your dog? If you are seeing more photos of your dog, you aren't alone...
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The Height of Your Spouse Could Be the Key to a Good Marriage

Your height could be killing your marriage. A new study is saying something as simple as you and your spouse's height may play a large part in if your marriage will be a happy one. The study, which was published in Personality and Individual Differences confirms that women with taller husbands are...
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Study Finds the Age That People Are Most Likely to Get Divorced

Remember when 50% of marriages ended in divorce? Now it's dipped to only 42%. Some experts suggest that this could be because people are now waiting until they are a little older to get married. Of course, more millennials are not getting married. They're opting to just be in long-term...
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Study: Wearing Red Doesn't Actually Make You More Attractive

The color red makes you sexy, right? We've heard this our whole lives. Well, apparently that's been WRONG this whole time. Researchers at the University of Rochester just found that wearing the color red actually has zero effect on how attractive you are. This is true for how both men and women are...
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Study: Hitting The Snooze Button is a Sign of Intelligence

Something you do in the morning can be a signal that you are more intelligent than other people. I think it's safe to assume we all set alarms on our phones to wake up in the morning for work or other commitments. We learned from previous studies that people who tend to stay up late are smarter...
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