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11 Of The Most Extreme Junk Foods Ever Created

IT should come as no surprise that National Junk Food Day is traditionally celebrated on July 21—smack in the middle of the dog days of summer, when the streets run thick with ice cream trucks and county fairs boast the kind of fried treats that can only be described as “awesome” (both in the modern sense and the more dated, whoa, we are in awe of that usage).

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Don’t Blame The Weather For Lower Back Pain, Study Says

Lower back pain is likely to affect everyone at some point, and a new study says not to blame the weather/Pic:©Piotr Marcinski SYDNEY: It's not the rain, nor the temperature, humidity, barometric pressure or wind direction, says a new study that refutes an association between lower back pain and inclement weather.

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6 Reasons To Unfollow Your Ex On Social Media

I WOULD consider myself a seasoned vet in the field of lingering ex-boyfriends. I’m not proud of it, but I’m proud that after three and a half years of being in a broken-up-but-act-like-we’re-together-and-sometimes-making-out-on-my-couch relationship with my ex-boyfriend, I finally got things in check and decided to let go.

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In The Brain, Sex Addiction Looks The Same As Drug Addiction

Excessive use of pornography one of the main features of sex addiction. /Pic;ReutersLONDON: Pornography triggers brain activity in sex addicts similar to the effect drugs have on the brains of drug addicts, researchers said yesterday — but that does not necessarily mean porn is addictive.

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Are Smartphones Making Us Dumber?

Are Smartphones Making Us Dumber?/Pic:Huffington PostTHE other day I was walking down a busy Manhattan street. Sidewalks were bustling with activity and were filled with people from just about every demographic imaginable.

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More And More Airlines Eliminating Pesky Check-In Process

Long lines at the check-in counter could be a thing of the past if more airlines catch on to the automatic check-in concept./Pic:AFP   IN a sign that traditional airline check-in could become a thing of the past, low-cost United States airline JetBlue has become the latest carrier to eliminate the process altogether.

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Don't Fall For These 5 Probiotics Myths

Pic: Getty ImagesProbiotics can be a confusing concept for consumers to grasp, and with an ever-growing array of foods and supplements now containing good bacteria, decisions about whether to use or buy these products may not be getting any easier.

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32 Things You Must Know About The World Cup

WE”RE almost there. Now there’s just the small matter of the third-fourth playoff Sunday morning separating us from arguably the biggest event in sports, the World Cup final.

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CAN YOU HEAR US? Mysterious Signals From Another Galaxy

A TELESCOPE in Puerto Rico has confirmed what Australian astronomers have known for a while: There are mysterious sounds emanating from deep in outer space.

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17 Ways To Earn A Living While Traveling

YOU look at all the celebrities which get away with travelling and you think they have the best job in the world.

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