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Why night owls shun exercise: Waking up late 'makes it harder to keep a fitness regime'

Why night owls shun exercise: Waking up late 'makes it harder to keep a fitness regime' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Late sleepers are more sedentary and feel they have a harder time maintaining an exercise schedule, research from Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, shows.
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378 people 'pay it forward' at Fla. Starbucks

378 people 'pay it forward' at Fla. Starbucks | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A woman started an act of kindness chain that lasted for hours at a Starbucks drive-thru in Florida.
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Who Actually Cares About Spoilers? Spoiler: About 70% Of Us

Who Actually Cares About Spoilers? Spoiler: About 70% Of Us | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Spoiler alert: Fewer than 25 of people are going to give you a two-day grace period.
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Men CAN multi-task but only if they're taught how by 'brain training'

Men CAN multi-task but only if they're taught how by 'brain training' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A team of Canadian scientists, led by a woman, have revealed the science behind the cliché by identifying the area of the brain involved in multi-tasking - and ways to train it.
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You're invited to our wedding if you pay for your food

You're invited to our wedding if you pay for your food | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
As the average price of what once was a simple ceremony soars to £24,000, shameless brides are using greedy tactics to make guests shell out for the privilege of coming to their nuptials.
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Gesticulating could help your child learn to speak far more quickly

Gesticulating could help your child learn to speak far more quickly | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Spontaneously moving hands to illustrate a point, whether spoken or using sign language, speeds up learning, say University of Chicago researchers.
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Do YOU suffer from 'Retired Husband Syndrome'?

Do YOU suffer from 'Retired Husband Syndrome'? | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Researchers from the University of Padova, Italy, say that women can suffer 'stress, higher depression or inability to sleep' once their husbands retire.
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How being fat in your 30s could triple the risk of dementia

How being fat in your 30s could triple the risk of dementia | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Oxford University researchers have discovered people who are overweight in their 30s are at the highest risk of developing dementia.
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Please don't use these names for your baby

Please don't use these names for your baby | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Way down at the very bottom of the official U.S. Popular Names List are those baby names given to only five children each year. (The...
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22 Words That Have A Totally Different Meaning In The South

22 Words That Have A Totally Different Meaning In The South | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
It's more than a region, it's a state of mind.
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Teen births: Most are in the South and Southwest

Teen births: Most are in the South and Southwest | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
More teens are having babies in the South and Southwest while the fewest are in the Northeast, according to new state-by-state breakdowns of federal data out Wednesday.
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Fit children have 'greater brain capacity' study finds

Fit children have 'greater brain capacity' study finds | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Scientists at Illinois University found nine and 10 year olds with a higher level of fitness showed greater brain volumes in gray-matter regions important for memory and learning.
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Want to shed half a stone? Ditch the car and take public transport to work instead

Want to shed half a stone? Ditch the car and take public transport to work instead | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Experts at University College London and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, found that people who get the bus or train, and those who walk or cycle weigh less than those who drive in private vehicles.
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The scent of lemon is the top mood booster for women

The scent of lemon is the top mood booster for women | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
However, men are most boosted by visual stimuli, with the sight of a beautiful woman the thing that most cheers them up, according to a new survey.
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It's OK To Pee In The Ocean (Like You Were Gonna Stop)

It's OK To Pee In The Ocean (Like You Were Gonna Stop) | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Feel guilty about going wee in the sea? Don't! As a fun new video from the American Chemical Society explains, "It's absolutely OK to go in the ocean."

The video, just released on the society's "Reactions" YouTube channel, poin...
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Matthew McConaughey, Fergie and Nicole Richie are bringing the fanny pack back

Matthew McConaughey, Fergie and Nicole Richie are bringing the fanny pack back | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The sad sack makes a happy return.
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Are mobiles corrupting our generation?Under 25s more likely to show off, have inflated self-esteem and exaggerate thanks to social medi

Are mobiles corrupting our generation?Under 25s more likely to show off, have inflated self-esteem and exaggerate thanks to social medi | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
The study, which looks at the impact of digital disruption to both society and human psychology, shows that young people don’t behave or think in the same way as they did ten years ago. 
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Bizarre new trend sees people using their TABLETS as a phone

Bizarre new trend sees people using their TABLETS as a phone | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Tablets with a screen of 7 inches (17.8cm) or larger are increasingly shipping with phone capabilities to Asia, according to a report by Massachusetts-based IDC Worldwide.
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Google to allow kid-friendly versions of its sites, rumours suggest

Google to allow kid-friendly versions of its sites, rumours suggest | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
California-based Google is apparently planning to let youngsters sign up for accounts for its various services (stock image shown), giving kids their own YouTube and Gmail accounts.
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Keeping your child quiet with a computer could WRECK their eyesight

Keeping your child quiet with a computer could WRECK their eyesight | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Gaming fan Teo Poulter eight, was prescribed glasses for short-short-sightedness aged just three, and he's not alone, as opticians report an increase in poor-sighted youngsters
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How reading on a Kindle can cause you to lose the plot

How reading on a Kindle can cause you to lose the plot | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Norwegian researchers say the act of turning the page and feeling how much of the book is left causes the reader to absorb more information.
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Are you a ‘Work Martyr?’

Are you a ‘Work Martyr?’ | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Forty percent of all Americans don’t take all of their vacation, leaving 430 million days of unused paid vacation a year, according to the U.S. Travel Association.
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Church's circus poop giveaway a success

Church's circus poop giveaway a success | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
EATON RAPIDS, Mich. — It was a offer that was just quirky enough to work in St. Peter Catholic Church's favor. Offered for free was exotic fertilizer, left behind at the church property after a circus.
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Millennials are selfish, entitled but hard-working: survey

Millennials are selfish, entitled but hard-working: survey | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
Millennials really are Generation Me — at least according to one survey.
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How much will $100 buy in your state? Map shows price differences

How much will $100 buy in your state? Map shows price differences | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A new map by the non-partisan Tax Foundation reveals that the cost of living difference between states means the value of the cash in your pocket varies wildly.
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Mothers who choose not to breastfeed are 'twice as likely to get postnatal depression because they miss out on mood-boosting hormones released by the process'

Mothers who choose not to breastfeed are 'twice as likely to get postnatal depression because they miss out on mood-boosting hormones released by the process' | Kevin and Taylor Potential News Stories | Scoop.it
A new Spanish and British study shows new mothers who gain the best protection against depression are those who always planned to breastfeed their babies and are able to do so.
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