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October 25th, 2014
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Firefighters swallow hi-tech pill before running into blaze

01/22/2013 9:40am
As Australian firefighters equip themselves with a miracle pill, running into burning buildings might be a little safer.

5 reasons you've hit a wall at work

01/22/2013 10:23am
You may be on the hunt for a new job, or you may recognize your dissatisfaction is likely temporary, but chances are there are actions you take every day that are impacting your workplace happiness. Here are five:

Have You Seen This? Freehand weather

01/22/2013 1:37pm
A malfunction of the magic weather machines, forced a TV weatherman in Tulsa, Okla. to freehand his way through his forecast.

5 trilogies worth visiting again

01/22/2013 2:03pm
Why stop at just one film? There are so many epic stories that require more than one movie to be experienced. Time to soak in the wonder of a well-made trilogy and come away with those warm fuzzies that will keep you smiling on the inside and out.

5 trilogies worth visiting again

01/22/2013 2:03pm
Why stop at just one film? There are so many epic stories that require more than one movie to be experienced. Time to soak in the wonder of a well-made trilogy and come away with those warm fuzzies that will keep you smiling on the inside and out.

Majority of parents lie for kids' compliance, study shows

01/22/2013 5:12pm
The majority of parents in the U.S. lie to their kids to get them to behave, researchers said in a new study.

Woman learns new hobby every week of the year

01/22/2013 5:30pm
From hang gliding, to a flying trapeze, you could say Libby Segal has done it all, or at least tried to.

Combating cabin fever: ways to keep your kids busy indoors

01/22/2013 7:43pm
If you're like me, the past few weeks of waking up to below-freezing temperatures have made you feel like winter is never going to end. Here are some tips for combating cabin fever.

Blind skateboarder: It's 'one of the biggest adrenaline rushes'

01/22/2013 7:56pm
Tommy Carroll has been skating since he was 10. He's been blind since he was 2.

Gene predicts cancer development, BYU study finds

01/22/2013 8:22pm
A team of Brigham Young University researchers has identified a gene that could predict a cancer patient's chance of survival.

Running across frozen Utah Lake

01/22/2013 8:42pm
Running across Utah Lake on the frozen ice seemed crazy at first, but it proved to be an unforgettable and completely worthwhile experience.
 
   
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