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Survey: Most Men Say They’re Involved In Preparing The Thanksgiving Meal - CBS Philly

Survey: Most Men Say They’re Involved In Preparing The Thanksgiving Meal - CBS Philly | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
More men are now slaving away in the kitchen alongside women during Thanksgiving Day preparations.
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How A Vending Machine Brownie Can Boost Productivity - NBC News

How A Vending Machine Brownie Can Boost Productivity  - NBC News | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
If you’re stuck working late and vending-machine junk food is your only option for dinner, go ahead — it could boost your productivity. This quirk comes from...
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Black cats are being abandoned because they don't look good in SELFIES

Black cats are being abandoned because they don't look good in SELFIES | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The RSPCA says their features don't show up in photographs, but black cat owner Gabriella Fletcher, 20, from Stourbridge, West Midlands, pictured with her pet, Susie, says: 'They are hard to photograph but they're beautiful.'
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Restaurant causes controversy by banning distracting 'children crying'

Restaurant causes controversy by banning distracting 'children crying' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The Fisherman's Grotto in Monterey, California has banned crying children and those making loud noises from its dining room saying they distract other customers.
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Morning sickness may lead to 'healthier, more intelligent babies'

Morning sickness may lead to 'healthier, more intelligent babies' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Mothers who experience nausea during pregnancy - such as the Duchess of Cambridge - may have infants with better long-term development, say the Toronto researchers.
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Female brains really ARE different to male minds

Female brains really ARE different to male minds | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Researchers say that if both sexes had access to the same levels of education, they’d expect women to do best on tests of memory – and men to excel at maths.
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Couples shunning traditional wedding gifts in favour of cold hard CASH

Couples shunning traditional wedding gifts in favour of cold hard CASH | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Financial contributions are considered useful because most brides and grooms don't need 'start up' presents. Many write poems in invitations asking for money.
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Barbie sales 'Frozen' by competitors with richer stories

Barbie sales 'Frozen' by competitors with richer stories | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Despite efforts to stay relevant, Barbie's popularity is on the decline: Mattel has reported a 15per cent drop in sales for the blonde doll in the latest quarter.
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100 milliseconds to decide if someone's hot... or friendly

100 milliseconds to decide if someone's hot... or friendly | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
There’s a man across the room with big eyes and a warm smile. In an instant, we decide that not only is he hot, but he also seems...
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OKCupid Has Been Conducting Experiments on You for Funsies

OKCupid Has Been Conducting Experiments on You for Funsies | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A good rule of thumb for internet denizens: if an online service is offered to you for free, then you are the product. At the very least, you're a data point, and, therefore, a test subject.
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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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Ring Cam turns marriage proposals into memorable videos

Ring Cam turns marriage proposals into memorable videos | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
An innovative ring box is allowing couples to relive the moment they got engaged.
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Just one fizzy drink a day 'can damage teenagers' memory'

Just one fizzy drink a day 'can damage teenagers' memory' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Scientists at the University of Southern California found sugary drinks interferes with the brain's ability to function normally, remember critical information, especially when consumed in excess before adulthood.
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Being the token female or minority boss is better for YOUR career

Being the token female or minority boss is better for YOUR career | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Women and ethnic minorities who reach executive level positions in corporate America have more to lose from encouraging and promoting diversity in the workplace than their white male counterparts, claims a new study.
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Got bad news? Don't use Twitter!

Got bad news? Don't use Twitter! | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A study by the University of Wisconsin, Madison, found that people prefer to use the phone or face-to-face communication when they have bad news to share with their friends.
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The secret of the selfie: How we form first impressions

The secret of the selfie: How we form first impressions | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
York researchers created 'guide' images showing the three factors we use to create first impressions - Approachability (pictured), dominance and youthful-attractiveness.
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Couples 'evenly matched academically' are more likely to stay together

Couples 'evenly matched academically' are more likely to stay together | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Wives who were better educated than their spouses used to be at greater risk of getting divorced, but the trend is becoming increasingly outdated.
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80% of women edit holiday snaps before sharing on social media

80% of women edit holiday snaps before sharing on social media | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
More than half of women (58 per cent) will remove pictures taken by their husbands or boyfriends to make sure only the most flattering pictures survive.
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Why one dad wants to ban play dates

Why one dad wants to ban play dates | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The play date has become as much a part of childhood as homework and sleepovers, with parents happy to arrange a set time when their...
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Red Lobster goes vertical on plate to push quality

Red Lobster goes vertical on plate to push quality | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
NEW YORK (AP) — Red Lobster wants to be seen as a purveyor of quality seafood, so it's getting rid of some of its promotional discounts and stackin
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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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