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American Academy of Pediatrics Recommend Teens Get More Sleep and Suggest Later Start Time for School

The American Academy of Pediatrics released a study yesterday suggesting that teens do not get enough sleep and therefore suggest later start times for school.

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Incredibly Obvious Study Reveals Parents Think Their Kids Consider Them Uncool

Raising kids these days is almost as tough as getting your little ones to like you.

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Oreos As Addictive As Cocaine

So you are at the store and you want a sweet treat.  The treat you want is an Oreo.  You just want a few and a big glass of milk, that's all.  So you buy the pack of cookies and head home pour of big glass of milk and you start to dunk, or maybe you twist and dunk or maybe you twist, lick then dunk.  However you eat your Oreos, you realize that one or two just isn't enough you want more!  There's a reason.  A study has found that Oreos may be as addictive as cocaine.

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Study Reveals the Crazy Lengths We Go to Avoid Other People

While trying to avoid the forced socializing that sometimes comes when traveling with strangers might not seem like a difficult task, new research reveals that it actually takes a lot of work to be anti-social.

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Study Reveals Women Experience More Road Rage Than Men

A new study has found women are lazier than men.

Maybe they’re saving up their energy for when they get behind the wheel.

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Study Reveals Autumn Babies Live Longer

Babies born during the autumn months are more likely to live to the grand old age of 100, according to new research conducted by the University of Chicago.

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Study Finds Americans Have Way Too Much Stuff

Fans of HGTV’s popular show ‘House Hunters’ know that one of the most common things people look for when purchasing a new home is more storage space — bigger closets, bigger garages, bigger basements.

And according to a recent study, it’s no wonder: we’re drowning in our own clutter.

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Study Finds Alcohol Consumption Can Increase Risk of Breast Cancer

While it’s been reported in recent years that drinking red wine in moderation can have some health benefits, a new report claims just two glasses of alcoholic beverages a day could substantially boost a woman’s chances of getting breast cancer.

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New Online Dating Study Finds Like Attracts Like

That whole "opposites attract" thing? Pretty much a myth, at least on dating sites.

A new study out of the University of California, Berkeley has determined that people on online dating sites are drawn to each other based on a similar level of attractiveness and social desirability.

In other words, if you're popular, other popular people will flock to you. And if you're not, well, you'll have more dating success by setting your sights a little lower.

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Study Links Prenatal Antidepressants Intake With Autism

A study released by the Archives of General Psychiatry says children whose mothers took antidepressants during pregnancy are twice as likely to be autistic.

The study suggests that the class of antidepressants known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) may be risky early on in a pregnancy, CNN reported.

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Engineers Finally Rule Whether Toilet Paper Rolls Should Go Over or Under

It’s an age-old question (and probably the cause of more than one marital argument): Which way should toilet paper rolls be oriented? This is serious business, people. So serious that even engineers have gotten involved. The awesome folks at EngineeringDegree.net put together an infographic covering everything from the history of toilet paper to the physics involved in how it’s hung and the pros and cons of each.

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