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More than 4 cups of coffee a day linked to higher mortality rate, particularly in under-55s: study

More than 4 cups of coffee a day linked to higher mortality rate, particularly in under-55s: study | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
If you're under 55, you might want to re-think that fourth, fifth or sixth cup of Joe: A new study holds troubling news for younger coffee lovers.
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The top 17 food brands millennials love

The top 17 food brands millennials love | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Ad agency Moosylvania surveyed 20 to 35-year-olds on their favorite brands. Here are the food companies that ruled with millennials.
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A new color has been discovered — and it's beautiful

A new color has been discovered — and it's beautiful | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
If you think all the colors on the spectrum have already been discovered, think again.
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Too soon? Why some moms aren't waiting 12 weeks to announce pregnancy

Too soon? Why some moms aren't waiting 12 weeks to announce pregnancy | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Australian blogger Sophie Cachia caught criticism when she announced her second pregnancy to the internet at just nine weeks. Was she wrong?
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Chipotle hatches food giveaway to win back customers

Chipotle hatches food giveaway to win back customers | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Chipotle Mexican Grill is hoping some free food will help it win back some mojo with some of its most valued customers.
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Survey reveals children understand smartphones better than life skills

Survey reveals children understand smartphones better than life skills | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
AVG Technologies, a Netherlands-based firm that develops security software, as revealed that more children ages 3-5 know how to operate a smartphone than cook breakfast or ride a bike.
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Survey finds most people touch their phone 2,617 times a day

Survey finds most people touch their phone 2,617 times a day | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Dscout, a Chicago-based research firm, discovered the average person touches their smartphone 2,617 times a day. This is all done during 76 different phone sessions over the course of 24 hours.
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How money can make children as young as three more selfish

How money can make children as young as three more selfish | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
The behaviour of children as young as three can change dramatically if they handle and interact with money even for a short time, an American research study has found.
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Why Frozen's Elsa can harm young girls' self -esteem

Why Frozen's Elsa can harm young girls' self -esteem | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Fictional characters beloved by generations of cinema goers actually promote negative female stereotypes by indoctrinating little girls at an early age, the study claims.
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Yes, 8-year-olds can do their own laundry: Which chores at what ages?

Yes, 8-year-olds can do their own laundry: Which chores at what ages? | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Dr. Deborah Gilboa tells parents that chores are important to help build character, and they can start as early as 18 months of age.
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​Working for the man? Not in the future, workers say

​Working for the man? Not in the future, workers say | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Employees say eight-hour days will become obsolete -- as will employers that guide a career and benefits
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Temporary vision loss from smartphones 'misdiagnosed as stroke'

Temporary vision loss from smartphones 'misdiagnosed as stroke' | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Experts from Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, warned this fleeting loss of vision is too often mistaken for a stroke, leading to ‘unnecessary anxiety and costly investigations’.
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Children with supportive parents are richer and happier in later life 

Children with supportive parents are richer and happier in later life  | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Researchers from Kobe University surveyed 5,000 men and women about their relationship with their parents. Children with indulgent, easygoing, or harsh parents lacked positive mentality.
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Experts warn perfectionist parents can give their kids DEPRESSION

Experts warn perfectionist parents can give their kids DEPRESSION | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Singapore researchers from found that children with intrusive parents had a higher tendency to be overly critical of themselves and this tendency increased over the years.
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Many millennials still go to their pediatricians – in their late 20s

Many millennials still go to their pediatricians – in their late 20s | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
A growing number of millennials are sticking with their childhood doctors well into their 20s, sharing waiting rooms with toddlers. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports on the trend. (Run time: 2:26)
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These are the 10 sweatiest cities in America

These are the 10 sweatiest cities in America | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
A new survey revealed the sweatiest cities in the United States based on environmental factors and recreational facilities.
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'Modest fashion' fans are covering up - and making waves in USA

'Modest fashion' fans are covering up - and making waves in USA | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
For various reasons, some women prefer to look more like Kate Middleton than Bella Hadid.
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Playing with MAGNETS could make you fall in love, bizarre study claims

Playing with MAGNETS could make you fall in love, bizarre study claims | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
The natural phenomena make the feeling of attraction stronger in the brain, allowing people to feel closer to their partners, researchers from the Texas A&M University found.
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Low-cut dresses BOOST women’s chance in job interviews

Low-cut dresses BOOST women’s chance in job interviews | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
The study, by Dr Sevag Kertechian at the Paris-Sorbonne University, suggests applicants who include a photo of themselves in revealing clothing are more likely to secure an interview.
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Study: Atlanta still has nation’s largest apartments

Study: Atlanta still has nation’s largest apartments | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
For all this talk of micro apartments in Atlanta, and the prevalence of studios that can fetch well above $1,000, it seems that one age-old selling point of the ATL — sheer space — is still alive and well. And two-bedrooms cost 1/3 of San Fran's.
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Changeable weather 'makes us less violent': Heat linked to aggression

Changeable weather 'makes us less violent': Heat linked to aggression | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Hot weather has long been linked to more aggression in a population. But now researchers have found countries with more diverse weather like Britain are less violent.
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How running jogs the memory

How running jogs the memory | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Research by the National Institute on Ageing found running boosted the levels of a protein called cathepsin B. When this was lacking, participants struggled to remember things.
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Burger King Jumps Into Snack-Brand Hybrids With Mac ’n Cheetos

Burger King Jumps Into Snack-Brand Hybrids With Mac ’n Cheetos | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Burger King, the restaurant chain backed by 3G Capital and Warren Buffett, will begin selling deep-fried sticks of macaroni and cheese encrusted in Cheetos-flavored breading, part of a trend toward blending fast food with well-known snack brands.
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Every sports city in America ranked, from least to most depressing

Every sports city in America ranked, from least to most depressing | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
The Cleveland Cavaliers' 2016 NBA Championship victory didn't just succeed in winning the city its first major sports championship since 1964, it also propelled Cleveland up the ranks of the general happiness standings.
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The ten questions you should ALWAYS ask before accepting a job

The ten questions you should ALWAYS ask before accepting a job | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
From enquiring about recent promotions to questioning what they dislike about the company, posing these can help ensure you get the money, respect and happiness that you deserve.
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Women feel just as betrayed by 'emotional cheating'

Women feel just as betrayed by 'emotional cheating' | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Men by contrast are less concerned about ‘emotional infidelity’ but more concerned if their wife or girlfriend has sex with another man, according to the research by the University of Texas.
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