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Old Dogs, New Tricks: 10,000 Pets Needed For Science

By Carla K. Johnson Can old dogs teach us new tricks? Scientists are looking for 10,000 pets for the largest-ever study of aging in canines. They hope to shed light on human longevity too. The project will collect a pile of pooch data: vet records, DNA samples, gut microbes and information on food...
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Yelling At Dogs Can Cause Them Long-Term Trauma, Study Says

Losing your cool when training your pup is not only mean, but it can also affect your pet. A distressing new study asserts that screaming at your dog and other types of negative reinforcement can leave lasting adverse effects on their mental health, reported People . Yelling at Dogs Has Negative,...
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Bride Helps Brother With Proposal at Her Wedding

Most brides stick with nailing the "I Do" portion of the wedding, but one bride used hers as a chance to set another ceremony in motion. A new video surfaced on the internet in which one man went down on one knee at his sister's wedding . The crazy part? It was the bride's idea! Sierra McGinty-Rush...
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6 Expert Recovery Tips to Help You Manage the Flu

Flu season is officially here. The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. This can infect the throat, nose and sometimes lungs. RADIO.COM interviewed Dr. Janette Nesheiwat, a medical correspondent and medical director of City MD, who says the best way to prevent the...
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This Is the Robocall Scam That Hassles People the Most in the U.S.

Did you ever receive a call about a person trying to sell a product or you owe money? Well, you are not alone! If you are constantly receiving robocalls, there has been a growing number of Americans getting scammed. RoboKiller, a call-blocking app, released a report that shows 5.5 million...
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Study Shows Grads Would Rather Spend Week in Jail Than Pay Student Loan Debt

Would you rather stay in jail for a week or pay off your student loan debts? CBS Local reported that a study said that four in five graduates with student loans think of the debt as a life sentence. WKRG News , an affiliate of CBS, reported a study that 1,000 undergraduate and postgraduate degree...
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Pringles Launches Turducken-Flavored Chips for Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, don’t stress and just let the chips fall where they may. Pringles wants to make your holiday food prep as easy as one, two, three and has launched a stackable trio of turducken-flavored chips, according to CNN . RED HOT TRIPLE BIRD ALERT!!! Don’t miss Pringles Friendsgiving Feast...
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Mom Runs NYC Marathon While Breast Pumping

Molly Waitz won the New York City marathon without finishing first. The 27-year-old, who gave birth to a son eight months ago, completed the 26.2 mile race while simultaneously breast pumping along the way. When Molly Waitz ran across the finish line of the #NYCMarathon , she not only had to carry...
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A 'Life-Size' Godzilla Theme Park Attraction Is Opening Next Year

Attention theme park lovers! You are in luck if you love Godzilla! A Japanese theme park is set to unveil a brand new attraction that will feature a “life-size” replica of the terrifying fictional movie monster, according to CNN . Next summer, the Nijigen no Mori (Awaji Island Anime Park) theme...
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'Terminator: Dark Fate' Is No. 1, But It's No Winner

By Lindsey Bahr It might be judgment day for the Terminator franchise. Despite generally favorable reviews and the return of star Linda Hamilton and producer James Cameron, "Terminator: Dark Fate" has opened well below expectations at the box office. Studios on Sunday estimate that "Dark Fate"...
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