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Florida Woman Proves Honesty Is Alive By Refusing to Keep $1,800 She Found at ATM

Chivalry may be dead, but honesty and doing the right thing? That’s alive and well, at least in south Florida.

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Will You Take Your Pets on Vacation with You? – Survey of the Day

Taking a pet with you on vacation can be a challenge. Just ask Mitt Romney, who still gets grief about the time he strapped his Irish Setter — who was suffering from diarrhea — to the roof of his car during a family trip in 1983. Nevertheless, it seems that most pet owners still take their favorite furball on vacation with them.

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Western States Boast the Best Wellbeing, Southern States the Worst

Want to be happier? Move out west.

The latest Gallup report finds people living in western states have the highest well-being.

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[UPDATE] Alleged Ohio High School Shooter Detained as Third Victim Passes

A shooting Monday at a high school in Chardon, OH has now claimed a third victim, Demetrius Hewlin, who died of his wounds on Tuesday morning.

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Physical Activity Could Help Keep You Mentally Fit

Want to be more productive at work and keep your brain in good shape? Some researchers now say the answer could be as simple as hitting the gym.

 

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99 Percent Might Actually Have Proof That Rich People Are Unethical – Dollars and Sense

Many of the people who’ve taken part in Occupy Wall Street protests claim the wealthy — or, as they call them, “the one percent” — are selfish and unethical. And now a new study may have proven them right.

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Depressed Fathers Could Impact the Mental Health of Their Kids

Volumes of research have been done showing that depressed mothers can negatively affect the health and well-being of their children. But what about depressed fathers?

Researchers at the New York University School of Medicine found an increased rate of mental health problems in children whose fathers had depressive symptoms.

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Protein May Play a Role in Obesity, Diabetes and Aging

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have made a discovery that could help scientists find better treatments for type 2 diabetes, obesity and other health problems caused by the body’s inability to properly regulate blood sugar.

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Wondering Where Your Tax Refund Is? Don’t Check With the IRS

If you filed your taxes electronically, you may be wondering where your refund is. And, if you visited the IRS website’s “Where’s my refund?” page, you may have been given an error message that says the IRS has no information about your return.

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Other Death Risks May Be High For Prostate Cancer Patients

A new study shows that when men with prostate cancer were diagnosed after developing symptoms rather than after screening tests, they had a higher risk of dying from heart problems or other cancers rather than the prostate cancer itself.

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