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“Hello,” singer Adele’s Oct. 2015 release, has quickly become the cathartic crying music for people of all ages around the world. The song’s massive success has led to a phenomenon on the internet, with many cracking self-deprecating jokes about how emotionally devastating it is. Yet despite the laughs, some experts believe that there might be ...

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A new study in Dallas, TX, is looking to find out whether or not the employment of police body cameras boosts the public’s trust in police officers. For the study, 200 Dallas police officers will wear a Taser Axon Flex body camera and will continue their duties as normal. It’s not normal protocol to receive ...

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When one makes the decision to serve in the military or armed services, it’s a choice that will open up many new doors and opportunities. On top of the invaluable skills soldiers learn and develop, there are even many laws now on the books that help veterans find employment after their service is over. Unfortunately, ...

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Time Warner Cable is urging customers to change their email passwords after the company was notified of a major data breach that could leave subscribers vulnerable to identity theft. According to Patch.com, up to 320,000 Time Warner Cable customers across the country may have had their passwords stolen by hackers who breached the company’s email ...

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Like the old adage says, nothing is free. Piracy sites might give movies, songs, and other content away at no monetary charge, but according to a new study by the Digital Citizens Alliance, users still pay a price. The new study, which was conducted by cyber security firm RiskIQ, found that content theft sites expose ...

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Pesticides get rid of those pesky insects, so they must be good right? Well, the consequences of their use have come into question in recent years, including a disturbing link to Parkinson’s disease. A study published in Neurology found a significant correlation between milk contaminated with pesticides and neurodegeneration. An investigation into a 1980s case ...

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Sometimes, actress Jennifer Lawrence is all of us. Unlike many celebrities, who work hard to project a perfect image, the “Hunger Games” star is refreshingly forthright about her flaws and her obsession with food. She’s been known to ask about snacks on the red carpet, and has tripped while mounting an awards-ceremony stage no fewer ...

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A new federal regulation for Medicare aims to prevent fraud, but it could end up delaying coverage for vital medical equipment. USA Today reports that the rule was passed on Tuesday, Dec. 29, to go into effect for 2016. Medicare will now require prior authorization — and earlier paperwork filing — before paying for items ...

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Chicago, IL is famous for many things. From deep-dish pizza to sky-high buildings to Kanye West, the Windy City is world-renowned for its crowning characteristics. And now Chicago can add another qualifier to its roster: It’s now the second-best city in the U.S. when it comes to handling snow. According to WGNTV.com, research from consumer ...

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Although their product is billed as the “the party game for horrible people,” the makers of Cards Against Humanity have shown that they really aren’t so bad. The company, which sells its funny yet sometimes vulgar card game online, often donates sales proceeds to various causes here in the United States. Yet this year, as ...

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