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This Brutal Video Outlines Everything Wrong With Fifty Shades Of Grey

 If you're the world's biggest fan of Fifty Shades Of Grey, you probably shouldn't have clicked on this link. That's because the following video is going to tear your favorite movie to shreds. The rest of you, hit the play button below and enjoy!

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Eat Two Chocolate Bars A Day, Lower Your Risk Of Heart Attack And Stroke, Study Says

Who can resist a bar of chocolate? Chocolate makes us feel good, especially on a stressful day, and there’s no denying how a bite can help bring back some positive vibes.

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Julia Gillard's Views On Sexism In Politics Are About Every Woman In Every Job

GillardHer famous speech electrified the debate about misogyny in the workplace – and the former Australian PM has explained further what drove her to make it, and what it achieved.

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This Live-Action Batman Beyond Movie Sounds Cool, What Happened?

 After the critical failure of 1997’s Batman & Robin, Warner Bros. decided to put Batman on hiatus to figure out what the next big screen adaptation for the Caped Crusader should be.

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How Much It Would Cost To Build Jurassic World

 Fandango put together this fun little video celebrating the release of Jurassic World, and as you might have guessed, it actually costs a whole lot of money to create a dinosaur theme park - meaning that Richard Attenborough's John Hammond and his company InGen must have been pulling in some serious cash in order to make the original Jurassic Park.

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Chill: Keeping Cool In Stressful Times Leads To Long-term Health

 Keeping your cool during stressful situations could be key to long-term health, according to a new study.

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The Thin Line Between Staying Uncomfortable & Creating Fear

 If you want to foster creativity, the common advice is to step outside of your comfort zone to gain inspiration.

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The Lost Art Of Free Time

 It was after midnight. I had just spent the day intensely focused on completing all of my book edits to return to my editor, the culmination of weeks of labor. Typically, I would be sound asleep when the clock strikes 12. But instead, due to the huge rush of excitement created by finishing such a major task, I found myself completely reorganizing a storage closet.

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Ramadan Around The World: 20 Hours In Iceland, 9 Hours In Australia, How Do We Compare?

The holy month of Ramadan is coming our way this week, and Muslims in this country will join others around the globe in fasting from dawn to sunset.

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Ten Things No One Tells You Before An Antarctic Expedition

 Adventurer Patrick Woodhead led the first ever east-to-west crossing of Antarctica, and this week sees the publication of his thriller Beneath The Ice, which is set on the icy continent. Here he shares what he has learnt.

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