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A recent study found young kids have an easier time learning how to read if there's a dog in the room with them. Possibly because it keeps them calm, and they don't get frustrated so easily.

While your cat insists on parking its butt on all your important papers, your dog might be HELPING the people in your home read. Specifically, your kids . . . Researchers at the University of British Columbia found that children tend to read more, and be more engrossed in what they're reading, when...
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Men More Stressed If Wives Earn More Than 40% of Household Income: Study

Husbands feel higher levels of stress when their wives earn more than 40% of the total household income, a new study finds. A survey conducted by the University of Bath suggests that the American public perceives men in marriages as financial providers, even at a time when women’s contributions are...
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Science Now Has the Perfect Remedy for a Broken Heart

Dua Lipa has new rules for getting over that ex, but life may not be that simple for all of us. Luckily, if you are still suffering from a broken heart, science has finally figured out the best way to get over your breakup! I remember friends telling me "the best way to get over someone is to get...
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Want to Live Longer? See More Concerts, Science Says

Science says the more shows the merrier.
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Science Cracks the Code: This is What a Good Dancer Looks Like

Find out what a good dancer looks like … and also what a bad dancer looks like. Because science.
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It's Better to be Single, According to Science

Still single after Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry. You're better off than your married friends, according to science. In fact, Business Insider just looked into some recent studies that explored this topic, and here are two benefits that scientists agreed about: Being Single Increases the Social...
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