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Step away from the smartphone! Companies tell workers to unplug

Step away from the smartphone! Companies tell workers to unplug | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Be honest. How often do you check your email? Do you scroll though messages before work? In bed? On vacation? One study showed workers...
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Millennials May Be More Likely to Take Credit for Others' Work - NBC News

Millennials May Be More Likely to Take Credit for Others' Work - NBC News | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Studies have shown that millennials in the workplace are seen as disproportionately entitled, and are willing to sacrifice work friends for a promotion, but ...
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Watching action movies and TV shows make you snack more

Watching action movies and TV shows make you snack more | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Cornell researchers found that TV viewers ate more while watching action flicks than when watching an interview.
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Breast-feeding boost: What parents feed infants has lasting effect

Breast-feeding boost: What parents feed infants has lasting effect | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
What and how parents choose to feed infants — from breast to bottle and beyond — could have an enduring impact on the child’s health and...
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Microbiomes: You Live in Your Own Germ Cloud, Study Finds - NBC News

Microbiomes: You Live in Your Own Germ Cloud, Study Finds - NBC News | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Each of us lives in a unique cloud of germs, and we carry it everywhere we go, a new study finds.It settles into our homes and even hotel rooms, and a person...
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Babbling back to babies helps them to speak faster new research finds

Babbling back to babies helps them to speak faster new research finds | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
It may just sound like baby talk, but mothers who hold a ‘conversation’ with their infants are actually teaching them to speak more quickly.
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Apple's iPhone 6 to include 'tap and pay' wireless payment system

Apple's iPhone 6 to include 'tap and pay' wireless payment system | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Called Near Field Communication (NFC), the technology is already widely used by credit cards for low cost payments.
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Gamblers have similar brains to PIGEONS

Gamblers have similar brains to PIGEONS | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Researchers at the University of Warwick said their study shows the important role that memories of previous biggest wins and losses play when we make risky gambling decisions.
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If you want to know if he loves you, it's in his voice: People make subtle changes in the way they speak when they talk to someone they find attractive

If you want to know if he loves you, it's in his voice: People make subtle changes in the way they speak when they talk to someone they find attractive | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Researchers at the University of Stirling found that making slight voice modulations also makes the speaker more attractive to the listener too.
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Iif you want your relationship to last, marry a short man

Iif you want your relationship to last, marry a short man | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
New York researchers found the rate of divorce among short men is significantly less than among average and tall men.
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Jennifer Aniston: 'My value as a woman is not measured by motherhood

Jennifer Aniston: 'My value as a woman is not measured by motherhood | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The 45-year-old actress revealed: 'I don't have this sort of checklist of things and if they're not checked, then I've failed some part of my feminism.'
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Young Americans Hate Cash

Young Americans Hate Cash | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Even for purchases of less than $5, the youngest U.S. adults prefer to whip out plastic, favoring debit cards over credit cards
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The secret of successful shopping: Buy things that give 'experiences'

The secret of successful shopping: Buy things that give 'experiences' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Michigan researchers say if you want to be happier, buy things that provide you with experiences.
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What do people in your state buy the most? Take a look

What do people in your state buy the most? Take a look | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
You can tell an awful lot about a state by the things its residents buy when nobody is looking. Case in point: the paranoid folks in Oregon, who will know when anybody is watching them because they buy more surveillance and security equipment than any other state.
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Now that’s a power nap! Drinking coffee BEFORE a kip improves 40 winks

Now that’s a power nap! Drinking coffee BEFORE a kip improves 40 winks | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Separate research in Japan and Loughborough has found that taking a 'coffee nap' can improve memory, alertness and reduce the number of errors made in tests.
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Nine in ten men are finally buying their OWN pants

Nine in ten men are finally buying their OWN pants | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Research from 2012 found that just a third would brave the shops on their own to buy pants, instead relying on their mothers, wives and girlfriends to do it for them.
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Average full-time workweek is 47 hours, Gallup says

Average full-time workweek is 47 hours, Gallup says | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Full-time American workers labor the equivalent of nearly an additional day each week, averaging 47 hours instead of the standard 40, according to Gallup poll results released Friday.
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Eating fruits and vegetables could make you more attractive to others: study

Eating fruits and vegetables could make you more attractive to others: study | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The vernacular of today's beauty buzz is riddled with words and phrases about staying young, but the idea of "carotenoid coloration" means little to most people, although it's exactly what you're probably looking for.
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Walking a mile each day 'cuts cancer death risk by half'

Walking a mile each day 'cuts cancer death risk by half' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A study by Walking for Health revealed physical activity as a ‘wonder drug’, with those diagnosed with breast and prostate cancers able to cut their risk of death by up to 40 per cent.
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Employers see obese people as 'undesirable' and less hard working

Employers see obese people as 'undesirable' and less hard working | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Over half of HR and recruitment professionals surveyed admitted to finding obesity to be an undesirable trait, using it as a marker of personality and predicted work ethic.
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Plugged-In Over Preppy: Teenagers Favor Tech Over Clothes

Plugged-In Over Preppy: Teenagers Favor Tech Over Clothes | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
For teenage apparel retailers, screen-obsessed youth pose a threat in the back-to-school sales season.
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Junk food can kill your appetite for anything healthy, scientists warn

Junk food can kill your appetite for anything healthy, scientists warn | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Scientists at the University of New South Wales, in Australia, believe their findings may explain how excessive consumption of junk food can change behaviour and weaken self control.
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Study debunks common belief that hair grows back thicker if you shave

Study debunks common belief that hair grows back thicker if you shave | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
According to a new study, there is no real evidence to back up the common belief that shaving makes your hairs grow back thicker and coarser.
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Want a raise? Try taking a vacation

Want a raise? Try taking a vacation | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
According to internal research by audit firm EY, employees who use more vacation days end up with better performance reviews.
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Scientists discover brain region linked to exercise motivation

Scientists discover brain region linked to exercise motivation | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Scientists from Seattle Children's Research Institute discovered the dorsal medial habenula controls the desire to exercise in mice and thinks it could do the same in humans (stock image).
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Study: Social media users shy away from opinions

Study: Social media users shy away from opinions | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON (AP) — People who use Facebook and Twitter are less likely than others to share their opinions on hot-button issues, even when they are
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