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Breast-fed babies are more socially connected, less anxious as adults, study finds

Breast-fed babies are more socially connected, less anxious as adults, study finds | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
People breastfed as infants have a 24 percent better chance than their formula-fed counterparts of climbing the social ladder, said a study Tuesday.
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How fetuses can learn nursery rhymes in the womb

How fetuses can learn nursery rhymes in the womb | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Even before they are born, babies are learning from experience, especially if it’s directly related to their moms, new research is shows....
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Cat feces could contain the cure for cancer: report

Cat feces could contain the cure for cancer: report | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Scientists are studying Toxoplasma gondii, a parasite common in cat feces, for the development of a cancer vaccine.
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Religious children have trouble deciding whether fairy tale heroes are real: study

Religious children have trouble deciding whether fairy tale heroes are real: study | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Children from religious backgrounds have a tougher time telling fact from fiction, a new study published in July’s Cognitive Science finds.
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36, the age we start thinking healthier

36, the age we start thinking healthier | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A study of 2,000 people, by Spire Bristol Hospital, assessed attitudes to health and found the average person had a health wake-up call by the age of 36.
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Always hungry? You need more UMAMI in your life

Always hungry? You need more UMAMI in your life | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Research published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found umami - known as the fifth basic sense of taste - helps us feel fuller sooner.
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Richmond is America's happiest city- and New York its unhappiest- ATL 5th happiest

Richmond is America's happiest city- and New York its unhappiest- ATL 5th happiest | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Harvard researchers say that despite its low happiness score, areas such as New York still attract people because of its job prospect.
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How being beautiful affects our careers, success and salary

How being beautiful affects our careers, success and salary | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Economist Daniel Hamermesh calculates that more attractive people earn an average of $230,000 more in one lifetime.
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Millionaires really are different; they don't want to retire!

Millionaires really are different; they don't want to retire! | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The leisure class is getting far less leisurely—especially in retirement. Millionaires are twice as likely to keep working in retirement...
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Why seven hours of sleep might be better than eight

Why seven hours of sleep might be better than eight | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Several studies have found that seven hours a night is the best amount of sleep in order to function the next day—not eight, as was long believed.
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Ice cream for dinner! Meat, veggies make their way into frozen treat

Ice cream for dinner! Meat, veggies make their way into frozen treat | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
We may all scream for ice cream, but lately the shouting appears to be coming from the dinner table. The latest flavors like...
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The 40-hour workweek is dead, thanks to technology

The 40-hour workweek is dead, thanks to technology | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The average cubicle farm, it seems, is where the 40-hour workweek went to die. According to a new survey, a staggering number of American...
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Brides are embracing the short-gown look favored by Keira Knightley, Natalie Portman, Olivia Palermo and others

Brides are embracing the short-gown look favored by Keira Knightley, Natalie Portman, Olivia Palermo and others | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Here comes the thigh! When wedding guests turned to see Jill Sanfilippo walking down the aisle this May, they didn’t gasp at the sight of the bride wrapped in white.
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How much money is enough where you live? A state-by-state evaluation

How much money is enough where you live? A state-by-state evaluation | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A researcher has determined that money buys you happiness in California, but a little less will buy that same happiness in Virginia.
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Hula hooping is hip! 'Hoopsters' put circus-inspired spin on cardio workout

Hula hooping is hip! 'Hoopsters' put circus-inspired spin on cardio workout | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
It has been a circus prop, a toy and a 1950s fad, and now the hula hoop is making a comeback as a workout tool that fitness experts say provides an effective cardio and even meditative workout.
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Most Americans pay attention to fashion, study finds 

Most Americans pay attention to fashion, study finds  | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Most Americans think people are too focused on fashion, yet a majority says how they dress is an important part of who they are, according to a survey released on Monday.
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Seatbelt that tells you when you're sleepy

Seatbelt that tells you when you're sleepy | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The HARKEN device, developed at the Biomechanics Institute in Valencia, Spain measures hart rate and breathing to tell if drivers are sleepy.
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Grunting DOES make you better at tennis

Grunting DOES make you better at tennis | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Tennis stars such as Maria Sharapova (pictured) who grunt during matches could be giving themselves an advantage, claims the University of Nebraska.
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Scraps from the table put your dog in danger: Animals' digestive system is not equipped to handle same foods as humans

Scraps from the table put your dog in danger: Animals' digestive system is not equipped to handle same foods as humans | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Canine digestive systems are not equipped to handle the same food as humans - but thousands of people continue to feed their dogs scraps from the table.
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Over 75% of parents with young children worry about their meals

Over 75% of parents with young children worry about their meals | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Parents of young children are panicking more than ever about whether they are feeding their children the right food, writes ANNE SHOOTER.
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The making of a right royal fashion icon! #PrinceGeorge

The making of a right royal fashion icon! #PrinceGeorge | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Like his mother the Duchess of Cambridge, anything Prince George wears sells out instantly - most recently a pair of Petit Bateau dungarees.
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The Real Reason You're So Tired On Mondays

The Real Reason You're So Tired On Mondays | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
By Deborah Dunham for YouBeauty.com

Did you know that staying up just an hour or two later on the weekend can wreak havoc on your sleep, not to mention your mood? There's even a name for it: social jet lag.

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Children as young as three recognise when something is 'cute'

Children as young as three recognise when something is 'cute' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The study, conducted by a pair of PhD students at the University of Lincoln, could provide scientists with an insight into human evolution.
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How a diet can turn you into a 'food bore':

How a diet can turn you into a 'food bore': | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Researchers found more than half of women admit to banging on about calories, sugar content and health risks around certain foods to anyone who will listen while they are watching what they eat.
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New Toyota minivan makes it easier for parents to yell at kids

New Toyota minivan makes it easier for parents to yell at kids | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
DETROIT — Toyota wants to help you scream at your unruly kids. The latest version of the company's Sienna minivan has a feature called...
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Chatty Cathies: Women more likely to be talkative, but only in certain situations, study says

Chatty Cathies: Women more likely to be talkative, but only in certain situations, study says | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Equipped with technology devices called sociometers to track social interactions, a team of researchers from Northeastern University in Boston attacked the common stereotype that women are more talkative than men, finding that different group settings yield different results.
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