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Study: Facebook Users Access Site Through Smartphones More Than Computers

Some of the world’s smallest computers now make up a big part of Facebook’s traffic.

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Is Multitasking Good for You?

Multitasking may often mean that we sometimes do too many things just “okay,” as opposed to a few things “very well.” But studies show that doing a lot at once makes us feel good, hence why we engage in such behavior.

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New Study Reveals Breastfeeding May Hurt Moms’ Income — Dollars and Sense

The benefits of breastfeeding to both mother and child have been well-documented. Among other things, it can boost a child’s immunity and help protect moms from several different types of cancer. However, a new study by the American Sociological Review says breastfeeding may hurt mothers in an unexpected way – in the pocketbook.

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Study Reveals Failing to Use Turn Signal Can Have Devastating Consequences

Texting while driving may nab all the headlines, but turn signal neglect presents just as real a danger for motorists.

For instance, did you know the lack of turn signal use accounts for around two million accidents per year? That’s more than the 950,000 crashes that reportedly happen annually due to distracted driving.

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Which US Cities Have the Cleanest and Dirtiest Air?

According to new data released Wednesday by the American Lung Association (ALA), the nation’s most polluted cities now have cleaner air than at any point in the past decade — but that said, more than 120 million Americans still live in places with unhealthy levels of pollution.

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Talk to Your Heart’s Content — New Study Reveals Cell Phones Can’t Harm You

For years, mankind has worried about the effects of constant cell phone. It turns out, though, the only thing that cell phones have inflicted on us is stress from constantly worrying about it.

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New Study Reveals Bullied Kids Show Signs of Aging Faster Than Normal

Being bullied or physically abused isn’t just tough on kids emotionally — new research reveals it’s also rough on their bodies, making their DNA actually age faster than it otherwise would.

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What Is the The Most Peaceful State in the Country?

It seems like the US has decided to give peace a chance.

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Study Reveals Military Members More Likely to Cause Car Accidents After Deployments

Members of the Army and Marine Corps are often taught aggressive driving techniques while they’re deployed in areas like Iraq and Afghanistan. And according to insurance company USAA, they’re bringing those driving habits home — and causing more accidents as a result.

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Could ‘Brain Freeze’ Research Lead to Migraine Treatments?

Anyone who’s ever eaten ice cream too fast knows the pain of “brain freeze.” Now researchers say they not only know why it happens, but that their discoveries could lead to treatments for more severe headaches like migraines.

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