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Life after death online

04/18/2013 9:47am
While losing a family member or friend is often painful, imagine the reminder of the dearly departed when they appear on your Facebook Timeline, in a Google Plus circle, on your Twitter Feed or MySpace Stream or even on your LinkedIn profile.

You're ingesting more plastic than you think; here's what to do about it

04/18/2013 11:57am
By now you know that BPA is bad news and have probably taken steps to avoid it, but do you really know how much plastic you're still consuming? It's more than you think, but there are easy precautions to help you stay safe.

Men not wired to read women's emotions, researchers say

04/18/2013 8:34pm
Whether it's a result of nature or nurture, scientists say men can't read women's emotions, but they are superior in understanding other men's.
 
   
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