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Half of British men have no idea what size their partner is

Half of British men have no idea what size their partner is | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
54 per cent men admitted they were completely clueless even though they had bought the correct size for their partners in the past.
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Animal Planet: Atlanta ranks No. 6 for rats

Animal Planet: Atlanta ranks No. 6 for rats | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
News, culture, politics, and more on Atlanta daily life
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Employees are happier if they're allowed to play Angry Birds at work

Employees are happier if they're allowed to play Angry Birds at work | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Researchers at Kansas State University measured the smartphone use of 72 employees during an average working day (stock image pictured), and tracked how much time was spent on games and social media.
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How fidgeting can help you stay healthy

How fidgeting can help you stay healthy | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Sitting down for long periods can wipe out the benefits of an exercise session for your heart, a study at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre found.
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The most popular baby names of 2014 so far are...

The most popular baby names of 2014 so far are... | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The mid-year tally of the most popular baby names of 2014 is in, with Imogen and Asher — two names that barely registered a generation...
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Real Humpty Dumpty Has a Great Fall Off Oregon Wall - NBC News

Real Humpty Dumpty Has a Great Fall Off Oregon Wall - NBC News | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Humpty Dumpty used to sit on a wall. But no more.Two men tried to climb a wall where a statue of the fairy tale egg had sat smiling at visitors for more than...
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Millennials have BO and aren't getting jobs

Millennials have BO and aren't getting jobs | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Millennials aren't getting jobs because they value their smart phone more than they value personal hygiene and body odor says a report published on Monday.
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Children more likely to follow instructions if put on a piece of paper

Children more likely to follow instructions if put on a piece of paper | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The study, run by the Boston and Nottingham (pictured) universities, revealed children follow instructions better if they are written, not spoken.
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Lack of exercise, not diet, linked to rise in obesity, Stanford research shows

Lack of exercise, not diet, linked to rise in obesity, Stanford research shows | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
An examination of national health survey results suggests that inactivity, rather than higher calorie intake, could be driving the surge in obesity.
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TGI Fridays takes a chance on 'endless' appetizers

TGI Fridays takes a chance on 'endless' appetizers | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
There are all-you-can eat buffets. No-limit salad bars. And even eat-'til-you-drop dessert bars. But this may be a first for a national restaurant chain: endless appetizers at TGI Fridays.
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Taiwanese man, 54, gets Lego-style flat top haircut to impress 23-year-old woman 

Taiwanese man, 54, gets Lego-style flat top haircut to impress 23-year-old woman  | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Wu Lei, 54, reportedly spends up to two hours - and more than two pots of gel - intricately shaping his mop into a perfectly right-angled flat top.
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Wealth makes boys competitive

Wealth makes boys competitive | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Scientists in Norway found that boys from poor families were on the same level as girls from a similar background. But among the well-off participants boys were more aggressive.
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Getting along with colleagues is more important than high salary

Getting along with colleagues is more important than high salary | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Getting on with colleagues, commuting times and self-worth is more important to workers than a big salary, new research has revealed.
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Can a password change your life? Experts say typing a positive code every day can help achieve goals – and even improve your mood

Can a password change your life? Experts say typing a positive code every day can help achieve goals – and even improve your mood | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The passwords we use to unlock various technological devices throughout each day may seem insignificant, but one man discovered that they can serve as a powerful mantra.
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About 1 in 4 young teens meet screen-time guidelines

About 1 in 4 young teens meet screen-time guidelines | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Only 25% of boys and 29% of girls aged 12-15 meet the recommended limit of 2 hours or less of TV and computer screen time a day, government statistics show. And 7% of kids this age reported watching TV for a
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To spoil or not to spoil: 47% viewers admit to ruining TV shows online

To spoil or not to spoil: 47% viewers admit to ruining TV shows online | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Researchers from London-based VoucherCodesPro polled 2,749 adults about their viewing habits. Almost three quarters said a show had been spoilt on social media.
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Texting at mealtimes is America's number one etiquette faux pas

Texting at mealtimes is America's number one etiquette faux pas | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
According to a new survey of 1,000 adults nationwide, 56per cent of Americans say that texting and e-mailing at the dinner table is the worst faux-pas.
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Sorry fellas but at 39 you become 'invisible' to younger wome

Sorry fellas but at 39 you become 'invisible' to younger wome | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The most obvious signs are when a man is no longer eyed up by women when he goes out, has the first flecks of grey hair and a double chin.
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Health and wealth determine baby size, not race and ethnicity, study finds

Health and wealth determine baby size, not race and ethnicity, study finds | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A landmark international study tracked almost 60,000 pregnancies from a diverse selection of countries that included Brazil, China, India, Italy, Kenya, Oman, the UK and the USA. They found that the babies were overwhelmingly similar in size under the condition that they were born to well-educated mothers in good health who ate well during pregnancy.
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How selfie-ish can you get? Fans desperate for pictures of Tour De France in Britain create danger for cyclists whipping by at 37mph

How selfie-ish can you get? Fans desperate for pictures of Tour De France in Britain create danger for cyclists whipping by at 37mph | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Competitors have warned that spectators could get seriously hurt if they step into the road when they have their backs to the fast-moving peloton.
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Site with over half a million users will set you up on 'friend dates'

Site with over half a million users will set you up on 'friend dates' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Rentafriend.com members pay £15 a month to access the profiles of 'friends' for hire - 26,000 of whom live in the UK.
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Cut-off point for towering heels, tattoos, caps and goatees revealed

Cut-off point for towering heels, tattoos, caps and goatees revealed | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Very steep high heels loved by celebrities such as Victoria Beckham, should not be worn over the age of 32, according to the survey of 1,000 Brits.
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Does tweeting lead to cheating? Study says heavy Twitter use is bad for marriage

Does tweeting lead to cheating? Study says heavy Twitter use is bad for marriage | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Heavy Twitter use can lead to conflicts and other damaging effects on marriages and romantic relationships, a study said Thursday.
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Men would rather give themselves electric shocks than sit with their own thoughts: study 

Men would rather give themselves electric shocks than sit with their own thoughts: study  | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Men would literally rather give themselves electric shocks than sit quietly with their thoughts, says a new study published in journal Science.
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Baby boys born in winter months are more likely to be left-handed, study finds

Baby boys born in winter months are more likely to be left-handed, study finds | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Psychologists at the University of Vienna found baby boys born in the months October to February were more likely to be left-handed than those born in the summer.
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Why geeks do better in life than cool kids

Why geeks do better in life than cool kids | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A study of teenagers showed that those deemed cool at school fared worse in later life as they depended on superficial talents - much like the plot of film Mean Girls (pictured.)
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