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Facebook and Twitter Are Harming Our Kids, Says Majority — Survey of the Day

Facebook, Twitter and all the other social media sites have changed the way young people interact with each other, but according to a survey from Poll Position, the majority of Americans don’t think this has been a change for the better.

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New Retirement Age May Have Americans Working Until They Drop

In yet another bit of cheerful economic news, a quarter of the 1,500 people who filled out Wells Fargo’s latest retirement survey said they don’t plan to retire until they’re 80 years old — two years past the life expectancy of the average American.

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New Movie Releases: ‘Arthur Christmas,’ ‘Hugo’ and ‘The Muppets’

New movies usually open on Fridays, but since the Thanksgiving holiday means many people will have had enough of socializing with their relatives long before then, you’ll be able to sneak out as early as Wednesday to check out this week’s new offerings.

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Want to Weigh Less? Eat More Often — Health Check

A new study finds those who’ve lost weight and kept it off tend to eat more often than heavier people — yet still took in fewer daily calories.

Lead researcher Jessica Bachman, assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at Marywood University in Scranton, PA, was part of a group that profiled 250 people who’d lost significant amounts of weight. The key was to learn how they maintain their weight loss in order to help others lose weight and keep it off.

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One Good Thing About the Recession, People Are Smarter Shoppers — Survey of the Day

The recession may have left unemployment rates a mess and killed the housing market, but if you’re looking for a silver lining, here it is: we’re all better shoppers now because of it.

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Which College Is the Best for Military Veterans?

A recent survey conducted by Military Times Edge ranks which colleges are best for military veterans.

Most of the schools making the list were public, including 51 of the 59 highest ranking four-year schools. The top five four-year schools included Concord University, taking the number one spot, Eastern Kentucky University at number two, Rutgers in third, California University of Pennsylvania at number four and University of South Florida coming in fifth.

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Condoleezza Rice Admits Gadhafi’s Fixation with Her Was ‘Weird and a Bit Creepy’

Condoleezza Rice publicly admitted that she was not surprised when anti-Muammar Gadhafi fighters found an album of pictures of her while ransacking the Libyan leader’s compound in Tripoli.

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New Movie Releases: ‘Tower Heist,’ ‘A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas’

This weekend’s new films include a timely tale of revenge against a greedy rich guy, and the latest in a movie franchise beloved by users of, shall we say, “recreational herbs.”

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2011 NCAA College Football – Week 10 Preview

After two weeks of hype and buildup, we finally get the game most college football fans have been waiting for all year–#1 LSU vs. #2 Alabama. And while that is understandably the marquee game of the weekend, there are several other key matchups this weekend, including another top 10 game in the SEC, to serve as appetizers before Saturday night’s main feast. Here all the highlights from this upcoming week in the AP Top 25.

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‘In God We Trust’ Affirmed As the National Motto – Again

With the American economy faltering and million of people out of work, the House of Representatives convened Tuesday to debate a seemingly bizarre issue: whether “In God We Trust” should be the national motto.

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