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Next City reports that activists in Berkeley, California, have been building benches for bus riders in hopes the city will follow suit to provide even more seating. more
It may be hard to imagine, but once upon a time, dinosaurs didn’t dominate their world. When they first originated, they were just small, two-legged carnivores overshadowed by a diverse array of other reptiles. … more
SmartAsset compares data on Certified Financial Planners to reveal findings about who is joining the profession and which states had the highest growth. more
If you’ve spent any time scrolling through the health and wellness corners of social media, you’ve likely come across many products claiming to improve your metabolism. But what exactly is your metabolism? … more
Does the upcoming solar eclipse signal the second coming of Jesus? In all likelihood, no, but that hasn’t stopped people from speculating that it does. … more
SmartAsset determines the average salary needed to live alone or support a family comfortably in major U.S. cities. more
The total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024, coincides with an exciting time for wild birds. Local birds are singing for mates and fighting for territories as they gear up for their once-a-year chance to breed. … more
Stacker used the most recent data from the National Center for Education Statistics to rank the 25 hardest colleges to get into across the U.S. more
OLBG hit rewind on reality dating TV shows to discover just how much they've changed over the last six decades, using news reports and studies. more
Writing for The Conversation, gun safety experts share important tips for everyone who keeps firearms at home. more
QMedic analyzed Commonwealth Fund survey data to illustrate how higher health care costs are hurting Americans, particularly Medicare recipients. more
Cheap Insurance compiled a ranking of the states where people pay the most in full-coverage car insurance premiums using MarketWatch data. more
from the National Institute   of Neurological Disorders & Stroke (NAPSI)—With nearly 800,000 Americans having a stroke each year, it remains a leading cause of death and long-term … more
(BPT) - There's a funny thing about body odor. It's not confined to your underarms. It can affect your whole body, from your pits to your bits ... and beyond. Ever get a whiff of your feet after a … more
(BPT) - A single day in construction can prompt just about every emotion — the pride of seeing a project near completion, the frustration of project delays and the anxiety that comes with … more
(BPT) - Screens are a necessary part of life today, particularly for those who rely on their computers or other digital devices for work. But did you know that spending long hours on screens can have … more
(Family Features) Few things go together quite like fresh spring air, warm sunshine and a menu made up of delicious brunch bites. From sweet to savory and back again, you can turn your mid-morning meal into a full-blown feast. more
We live in a light-polluted world, where streetlamps, electronic ads and even backyard lighting block out all but the brightest celestial objects in the night sky. But travel to an officially protected “Dark Sky” area, gaze skyward and be amazed. … more
Sleeping with your dog in the same room could be negatively affecting your sleep quality, according to my team’s recently published research in Scientific Reports. … more
Do you ever use your cellphone while driving? Don’t feel too guilty about saying yes – nearly 60% of drivers admit to using their phone in hands-free mode while driving. … more
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