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Most pet owners already know that spending time with their cats and dogs makes them feel better, but now there is scientific evidence to back that claim up. Researchers from Washington State University found physiological evidence that spending a mere …Read More

By now, you have probably heard the idea that vaccinations cause autism. You’ve probably also heard about those claims being completely false. Some parents, however, still are refusing to take those chances. At an alarming rate, families are choosing to …Read More

When was the last time you had a full serving of vegetables? At your last meal? Maybe yesterdays dinner? If so, you are beating out a chunk of the American population. As it turns out, one in four of never …Read More

In a letter Wednesday to Qu Dongyu, Director-General of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the pope said that food “is ceasing to be a means of subsistence and turning into an avenue of personal destruction.” It has …Read More

With flu season fast approaching, schools, doctor’s offices, and households everywhere are stocking up on hand sanitizer. Millions will be using the liquid in hopes that they will avoid the dreaded flu virus. Many strains of the virus are quickly …Read More

Patience is becoming incredibly rare in modern society, and technology is to blame. A survey that looked at 2,000 British adults found that most people are incredibly impatient in almost every aspect of their life. Furthermore, those surveyed said they …Read More

Experts are warning that drinking diet sodas, like diet coke, every day will increase your risk of dying young. Two or more of these artificially sweetened drinks a day will increase the risk of stroke by a quarter and heart …Read More

This year has seen a rise in outbreaks from preventable diseases such as the measles, due to a newly found mistrust of vaccines. A new survey is now digging deeper and finding that the country may be more split on …Read More

Carl’s Jr. added something a bit special to its signature sauce. This past April 20th, unofficially known as the holiday celebrating marijuana, Carl’s Jr. developed a CBD-infused burger for one of it’s Denver locations. In another nod to the marijuana …Read More

Several news organizations have recently created a new rule that they refuse to show the faces of mass shooters during their media coverage. Their reasoning, they say, is so that the shooter is not glorified or created to be a …Read More