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The selfie syndrome: Why teens use social media for validation and how parents can counteract it - TODAY.com

The selfie syndrome: Why teens use social media for validation and how parents can counteract it - TODAY.com | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Young celebrities do it. So why are we surprised when a typical teen Instagram post goes something like this: Teen (girl or boy) posts a...
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16 Things Women Hate Hearing (Even When We Like or Love You)

16 Things Women Hate Hearing (Even When We Like or Love You) | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
A convenient checklist of common phrases to avoid when in the company of women (including your wife, mother, sister, girlfriend).
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Should you call in sick or go to work? Depends on where you live: study

Should you call in sick or go to work? Depends on where you live: study | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
If you have a full-fledged illness, a family emergency, or just need a day under the duvet, whether or not you call in sick or schlep into the office largely depends on the country you inhabit, a new Canadian study finds.
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Peanut butter test may detect Alzheimer's disease: study

Peanut butter test may detect Alzheimer's disease: study | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
A simple test involving a tablespoon of peanut butter and a ruler may help doctors detect Alzheimer's disease.
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New Numbers Back Up Our Obsession With Phones

New Numbers Back Up Our Obsession With Phones | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Someone took a count of how often we check our smartphones in a given day.
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Only 13 percent of people worldwide actually like going to work

Only 13 percent of people worldwide actually like going to work | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
New data from Gallup reveal how disengaged workers are in different regions.
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Crunch gym launches online fitness, yoga classes

Crunch gym launches online fitness, yoga classes | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Major fitness chain Crunch has introduced Crunch Live this week, a digital platform that promises to bring its range of eclectic classes to the masses around the globe.
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13 Outfit Offenders You Should Never Date

13 Outfit Offenders You Should Never Date | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
You may not care -- or even notice -- your partner's choice in clothes. But for those of us who do, there are some very red flags to watch out for, sartorial signs of trouble on the horizon.
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Bustle

Providing a fresh spin on news, entertainment, fashion, beauty, lifestyle, books, and any and all subjects that concern women. Bustle is an online community delivering original content that's smart, shareable, and, most importantly, fun.
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US adults are dumber than the average human

US adults are dumber than the average human | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON -- It's long been known that America's school kids haven't measured well compared with international peers. Now, there's a new twist: Adults don't either.
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Runner gets fined $100 for using public trail closed due to shutdown

Runner gets fined $100 for using public trail closed due to shutdown | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
John Bell was looking forward to a quiet run in Valley Forge National Historical Park. Instead, he got a $100 fine for being in a park that's closed during the government shutdown.
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Helmets for soccer? Why some parents are saying no thanks - TODAY.com

Helmets for soccer? Why some parents are saying no thanks - TODAY.com | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Most parents wouldn’t dream of sending a child on to the football field minus a helmet. But many of us are quite comfortable when our kid...
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How rich people have a lower tolerance for waiting in line

How rich people have a lower tolerance for waiting in line | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
According to a study by Columbia University researchers, a customer's willingness to wait in line is negatively correlated with their price sensitivity.
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Opposites attract when it comes to love, but only for certain people: study

Opposites attract when it comes to love, but only for certain people: study | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
A new study from Rutgers University in the US probes the enduring mystery: why do we fall in love with one person and not another?
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Survey ‘Proves’ A Third Of Women Think The Way They Were Proposed To Sucked

Survey ‘Proves’ A Third Of Women Think The Way They Were Proposed To Sucked | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Study shows a third of women disappointed by their marriage proposals.
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Online symptom searches may make worriers feel worse: study

Online symptom searches may make worriers feel worse: study | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
If you can't handle the uncertainty, step away from WebMD. Anxious people who fear the unknown and scour the Web for medical conditions might be worrying themselves sick, according to a new study out of Baylor University.
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Alison Wolf: Why pretty people get ahead at work

Alison Wolf: Why pretty people get ahead at work | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
If you're tall, slim and attractive, people want you around and you'll do better in your career, writes the author of The XX Factor.
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Pucker up! People use kissing to size up potential mates - TODAY.com

Pucker up! People use kissing to size up potential mates - TODAY.com | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
If a new study from a team of Oxford researchers holds up, men hoping to attract the woman of their dreams had better work on their...
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Twitter more popular than Facebook among U.S. teens: survey

Twitter more popular than Facebook among U.S. teens: survey | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Twitter has overtaken Facebook as the most popular social network among US teens, according to a new survey.
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More than half of cats and dogs in the U.S. are overweight: survey

More than half of cats and dogs in the U.S. are overweight: survey | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
It may seem cute when a pup is pudgy or a cat is fat, but pet obesity is a serious epidemic that can shorten your pet's life.
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A Flexible Job Can Improve Your Love Life

A Flexible Job Can Improve Your Love Life | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
A recent Work-Life-Relationship survey conducted by FlexJobs, found that the majority of over 1,000 professionals think flexible work and better relationships go hand-in-hand. In fact, they th
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Your weird eating rituals actually do make your food taste better

Your weird eating rituals actually do make your food taste better | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Studies by the University of Minnesota and Harvard University says that our weird eating rituals actually make our food taste better, to us at least.
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Empathy helps kids understand sarcasm: study - TODAY.com

Empathy helps kids understand sarcasm: study - TODAY.com | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
I remember when my daughter first figured out that we don't always mean what we literally say. She'd been sick for a week and had gone...
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In 2012, 11.1 million Americans had work commutes of more than an hour each way.

In 2012, 11.1 million Americans had work commutes of more than an hour each way. | Kickin' Kickers | Scoop.it
Keys to the morning trip: Take control of tiny details, from traffic to reading material; women travel differently.
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