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Bad News For Bacon Lovers From The World Health Organization
If you love bacon (like any normal person does), I feel bad having to deliver this piece of bad news to you - bacon and other processed meats cause cancer, and red meat probably contributes to it, too.
From 800 studies, scientists from the World Health Organization conclude that you face a real risk …
Which Redhead Singer Just Became A Doctor?
Big congratulations are in order for Ed Sheeran, because he just became a doctor! (Well, kind of.)
For his outstanding contribution to music, the University Campus Suffolk in England gave Sheeran an honorary doctorate degree.
"I graduated today, I am now officially Dr...
Risque Halloween Costumes Can Help You Find Love – Study
Halloween is that one time of the year where it's okay to go all-out and wear a risque (a.k.a. slutty) costume. And while we all love to make fun of girls in those costumes (girls are so catty, aren't we?), it looks like wearing one of those skanky costumes can actually help you find love&…
You’re More Likely To Die In Car Crashes If…
According to a new study by Oxford University, poor and less-educated people are more likely to die in a car crash than more affluent victims.
The study, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology on Thursday, examined socioeconomic trends and inequalities in motor vehicle fatalities in the Un…
Psychopaths May Be Immune To Contagious Yawning
Here’s a new test to see if you’re dating a psychopath: when you yawn, pay attention to whether or not he or she yawns back. According to new research, if they don’t yawn back, they might be a psychopath.
A study conducted by psychologists from Baylor University in Texas s…
Lice Becoming More Difficult To Fight In America
Lice are becoming invincible in America.
A study out of Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville found that  lice have developed a resistance to medications available over-the-counter in at least 25 states. While the press release didn’t mention Colorado, it’s be…
Jealousy May Lead To Problem Drinking, Study Suggests
A new study suggests jealousy in romantic relationships may trigger drinking problems.
The study, conducted on 277 American university students, found that those who were more emotionally dependent on their relationships were more likely to turn to alcohol if they became jealous...

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