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While Feb. 7 meant a lot for football lovers across the U.S., animal lovers were excited for a slightly differently event — Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl XII. For this annual broadcast, more than 80 puppies “competed” to be named the MVP (Most Valuable Puppy) by the end of the night. The competition itself began at ...

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As the notorious Zika virus continues to spread through South America like wildfire, more and more of its dangers are coming to light. According to PBS, researchers in the state of Pernambuco, home to a third of Brazil’s suspected cases of infant microcephaly, have reported identifying the most convincing evidence yet of a link between ...

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There was a time, not so long ago, when the ability to take and store pictures on a memory card of a digital camera was considered one of the great technological advances. Gone were the days of lugging around film and having to wait while it gets developed. Just as quickly as these innovations in ...

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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler impressed NFL fans this season despite missing the playoffs, and he believes that resolving some issues in his marriage is a major reason for his improved performance on the field. Cutler recently sat down for an interview with the Chicago Tribune in which he revealed that marriage counseling played a major role ...

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New research released by Stonybrook University has led experts to believe sleeping a certain way may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers believe sleeping on one’s side is a good way to keep potential medical issues at bay. WTSP reported the findings, explaining that side-sleeping is believed to help clear waste from the ...

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One of the most important jobs that cybersecurity firms are tasked with is protecting information from hackers. Now, a landmark case will determine whether an IT company is responsible for negligently putting a casino’s customers at risk of identity theft. According to CalvinAyre.com, casino company Affinity Gaming is accusing Chicago-based IT firm Trustwave of failing ...

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Two immigrants from Africa are challenging the status quo of the tech world with a start-up geared towards fellow immigrants. Facing careers in an industry that lacks a true amount of diversity, Leslie Tita and Rebecca En­onchong decided to take matters into their own hands. They have worked together to open I/O Spaces, a co-working ...

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Two immigrants from Africa are challenging the status quo of the tech world with a start-up geared towards fellow immigrants. Facing careers in an industry that lacks a true amount of diversity, Leslie Tita and Rebecca En­onchong decided to take matters into their own hands. They have worked together to open I/O Spaces, a co-working ...

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In the wake of recent tragedies around the world, many communities are looking for ways to connect with one another and help neighbors stay safe in times of distress. According to local Alabama news affiliate WBRC, a new smartphone app called Nextdoor is allowing community members to fight crime and warn each other of potential ...

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In the midst of a competitive awards season, Leonardo DiCaprio — Golden Globe winner, Academy Award nominee, and bear attack survivor (on film) — took time out of his busy schedule to raise awareness about eco-friendly living. As Ecorazzi reports, the actor, who already lives in a green and energy efficient home, has joined the ...

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