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December 21st, 2014
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Bullying boosts children's social status, study shows

01/30/2013 12:36am
A new study has found that bullies are more likely to be popular.

Near-death experiences bring hope to readers, cash to publishers

01/30/2013 8:02am
A familiar yet shockingly surreal story is being told again and again by people of all walks of life — a story of a dark tunnel, a bright light and an astounding journey to a place called heaven.

Near-death experiences bring hope to readers, cash to publishers

01/30/2013 8:02am
A familiar yet shockingly surreal story is being told again and again by people of all walks of life — a story of a dark tunnel, a bright light and an astounding journey to a place called heaven.

9 options for cutting cable and saving money

01/30/2013 10:26am
With prices only raising for cable and satellite, cutting cable is on a lot of people's minds. Although there is nothing that can completely replicate the full experience of having cable, with the streaming services and technology today, you can come close.

Early intervention helps overweight children

01/30/2013 10:34am
If you want your children to be healthy, start good habits when they are young — even at birth — instead of waiting until they are overweight and then trying to fix it.

Bystander effect leads to poor patient care

01/30/2013 11:46am
Two residents of Yale Medical School give insight and explain how the bystander effect has become a pressing issue in treatment. It affects care providers and patients. They offer a resource to the medical community in the latest from the NEJM.

Have You Seen This? The kids are alright

01/30/2013 1:12pm
Leave it to the kids to find the silver lining to these frustrating snow storms.

Many weight loss tips are myths, authors say

01/30/2013 4:48pm
In a new report, authors claim widely held obesity beliefs are presumptions rather than facts, and doctors cautiously agree

Many weight loss tips are myths, authors say

01/30/2013 4:48pm
In a new report, authors claim widely held obesity beliefs are presumptions rather than facts, and doctors cautiously agree

RIM changes name to BlackBerry, unveils 2 phones

01/30/2013 5:42pm
After lengthy delays, Research In Motion Ltd. unveiled its first two phones with the new BlackBerry 10 system. The Q10 will have a physical keyboard, while the Z10 has only a touch-screen keyboard. RIM says it will also change its name to BlackBerry to maintain a single brand. It will have the ticker symbol "BBRY" on the Nasdaq Stock Market.

The classic motherhood error: forgetting to invest in you

01/30/2013 8:08pm
The busyness of motherhood often leaves us with little time for ourselves. And often we burn out. To remedy this, it's important to learn to invest in ourselves, particularly in four specific areas.

5 habits that could be harming your marriage

01/30/2013 8:31pm
A new study says your poor sleep habits can contribute to your spouse's feeling of being taken for granted, but what other personal practices may be harming your marriage?

LDS Church-owned high school in Mexico will become new MTC

01/30/2013 11:35pm
At the end of the school year, what was once a prestigious high school just outside of Mexico City will become a new Missionary Training Center.
 
   
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