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Where Are You Most Likely to Lose Your Phone?

If you routinely stop for coffee, make sure you have your cell phone with you when you leave. A new study reveals coffee houses are the most likely places to lose a phone or have it stolen — especially if you live in Philadelphia.

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Which Type of Doctor Is the Happiest?

Ever wondered about the lives of the people who ask you to stick out your tongue and say “ahhh”? The newly-released Medscape/WebMD’s 2012 Physician Lifestyle Report could provide some insights.

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Can What You Eat Make You Go Bald?

Guys, want to keep your hair? Lay off the junk food, because research now links a poor diet to a receding hairline.

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9-11 First Responders Added To New Cancer Study

New York, NY (WIBX) - The names of thousands of NYPD First Responders to the 9-11 attacks, have been added to a new cancer study. 

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Study: Surgeons Aged Between 35 and 50 Provide the Safest Care

When picking a doctor to perform surgery, you typically look at the physicians credentials, but maybe you should pay more attention to their age.

A new study finds surgeons aged 30 to 50 have the best operation outcomes compared to their younger and older colleagues.

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To Learn More, Don’t Study Harder — Take a Nap

While dreams are still largely a mystery, some scientists now believe they may actually help us learn.

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How Do You Avoid Divorce? Try Not Getting Married in the First Place

A new study from the Pew Research Center recently revealed marriage rates are at an all-time low, and now we may have one reason for it: people are afraid of getting divorced.

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Good News for New Year’s Resolutions States ‘Nibbling’ Is OK — Health Check

As you start to think about your New Year’s diet (really, don’t we all have one planned?), a small Norwegian study has found a little eating between meals won’t necessarily torpedo your weight-loss goals.

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All the Single Ladies Are Staying Single as Fewer Adults Are Getting Married

It’s always been said that men are afraid of commitment, and now there’s research to back it up. Sorry ladies, this applies to you as well. A new study from the Pew Research Center finds that fewer and fewer adults are actually getting married these days.

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Put Down the Controller ‘Cause That Video Game Might Literally Be Making You Violent

Question for you guys — when you played video games as young men, did you ever get so frustrated that you threw the controller across the room and suffered through a screaming, clawing tantrum? Well, it may not be entirely your fault.

Adding to the growing evidence suggesting violent video games may make people more aggressive, a new study shows young men who play them had decreased activity in the brain areas associated with inhibition, attention and decision-making. FYI, less inhibition can mean more aggression.

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