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How Many Cups Of Coffee Are Too Much In A Day?

Is someone's ever told you that there's no such thing as too much coffee, they lied. The University of Southern Australia examined 347,077 adults between the ages of 37 to 73, and they discovered that drinking more than six cups of coffee a day can increase your risk of heart disease by up to 22%...
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Have You Been Using Hand Sanitizer Wrong?

Y’all know by know that fecal bacteria is basically EVERYWHERE...especially on that device you’re currently using to read this article! While getting a little dirty doesn’t hurt, it’s still a good idea to protect yourself from the bad bacteria that can make you sick. You’ve probably heard the...
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Watching TV Is The Top Way Americans De-Stress

Happy Stress Awareness Month ! You can’t completely eliminate stress from your life, but we do what we can to get away from it for a little while. No matter what’s got you stressed, a survey found most Americans do the same things to cope with stress: watch TV (51%), talk to family and friends (41...
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Why Science Says You Shouldn’t Eat Your Boogers

Getting caught picking your nose and eating the remnants is basically a life sentence to being known as a “booger eater.” The stigma around nose picking in general is weird, given that 91% of adults admit to picking their nose regularly . While just digging away up there might be fine, science says...
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Science Says A Happy Spouse Leads To A Longer Life

“Happy wife, happy life” is now a scientific fact! That’s according to a study that found having a happy spouse reduces your risk of death. The study, published in the journal Psychological Science , examined over 4,000 married couples aged 50 and up over the course of 8 years. The couples that...
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Cats React To The Sound Of Their Name, New Study Says

Dogs aren’t the only pets who can recognize words these days! Scientists in Japan discovered for the first time ever that cats can distinguish between the words that humans say. It isn’t that they actually know the word is their name; there’s no evidence that cats assign a sense of self to their...
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NASA Will Pay You $19,000 To Stay In Bed For Two Months

If lying in bed for a long time sounds dreamy, well this is the job for you. NASA is currently searching for volunteers to spend two months lying down to test the effects of artificial gravity on the body. The AGBRESA (Artificial Gravity Bed Rest Study) is searching for 12 women and 12 men between...
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Dogs Can Recognize A Bad Person, Science Confirms

The old saying goes “never judge a book by its cover.” For dogs, they don’t have to. Their senses are amazing...so much that they can sense when someone is a jerk, according to a study. A report published in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews found that dogs are capable of understanding when...
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Redheads Basically Have Genetic Superpowers, According To Science

Redheads make up less than 2% of the world’s population. They’re already rare gems as it is, so naturally they have some traits that basically make them superhuman...kind of. They have a higher tolerance for pain. If redheads seem tough, it’s because they are. A study found that they’re better at...
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The 5 Most Common Lies Everyone Tells

How often do you lie? A recent survey found that the average person lies 48 times per year...which honestly sounds like a lie in itself. Wanna know how to spot a liar? There's a couple of simple tells: slouching, repeatedly touching their face and sitting unnaturally still are three of the top...
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