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If you’ve been feeling guilty because you can’t keep your house spotless, stop. As it turns out, allowing the odd germ to flourish here or there just might be saving your kid from a lifetime of allergies, Dr.
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Young Muthana Sweis thought it would be funny to send a random Tweet to Netflix, asking the streaming service to take him to prom. Obviously, because this makes no sense, he never expected that he’d get 1,000 retweets and have his invitation accepted. Though, because unlike Mila Kunis or Dwayne Wade, Netflix isn’t a human being, it couldn’t actually accompany Sweis to prom. This fact, however, didn't prevent the company from still making the night pretty special. As the video below shows, they let him pick out movie themed prom gear (a 007 tuxedo, a Grease-themed car and driver) and took his party to the dance in style. Netflix also let he and his friends browse movies indecisively for hours ...
Spring is here, which means it's time to purge your home of junk. To help you get started, here are
piles of mail, clothes that we never wear, outdated electronics ... have they seen the inside of my house or something??? how did they know??
A 3-year-old boy somehow crawled up into a claw machine and was busy playing with the toys inside while his mother frantically searched for him.
Created by freelance web designer Gab White, How's Your Hair uses the Weather Underground's API to tell you exactly how the forecast it will affect your hair.
brilliant! this is almost as helpful as the pollen forecast ...
Perfectionism - setting yourself high standards at home or work - is seen as laudable. But research suggests it has a dark flipside.
A Florida high school wants to set a dress code for parents.
Eager high school students are constantly trying to find THE perfect way to pose an invitation to prom, but if Maddy -- the desired date -- is a big Breaking Bad fan, then did she get the surprise ...
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" warded off newcomers this weekend and remains king of the hill with $41.4 million in its second weekend of release.
Lots of people saying this is good. Ok, it was the guys in my youth group, but still.
A man trying to rob a hair salon was foiled by a receptionist who would not take his demands seriously.
It’s not just chocolate bunnies and colorful eggs filling grocery store aisles.
The suburban shopping mall has been part of American adolescent life since at least the 1950s, as the default location where teens hung out. Now, malls are dying. Across the country, these giant suburban monstrosities have been closing, due in part to their inability to compete with cheaper online alternatives. (There is even a site, deadmalls.com, and collections of empty...
Some “bad” habits were never meant to be broken. These seven vices may ward off illness and sharpen
snacking on candy is good for you?! Bring on the jelly beans!
The heavens are putting on a celestial show next week—and one Christian pastor is convinced it’s a sign from God.
More time spent watching TV corresponds with less time asleep for kids, particularly when there is a TV in the child's room, according to a new study.
Video on Today: Fourteen-year-old Colton Burpo and his parents say the boy visited heaven after suffering a burst appendix 10 years ago, an account which became a book and now has been adapted into a film. Colton tells Kathie Lee and Hoda that he hasn’t had any dreams about the experience, but still remembers what he saw.
Luminescent paint absorbs energy during the daylight hours and then glows green in the dark. If widely adopted, the inventor envisions an energy-saving smart highway.
Researchers at Oregon State University found that perceptions of unhappiness or dealing with
The Association of Teachers and Lecturers warn that rising numbers of children are unable to perform simple tasks such as using building blocks because of overexposure to iPads
Have you ever heard of a "reverse" birthday present?
With the weather getting warmer, you might be tempted to get away from it all and cool off. If you wouldn't mind a refreshing dip while you're at it, SwimmingHoles.info can show you where your area you can go for a swim without the crowds and concrete, no pool pass required.
If you're aiming to live in the present, you'll want to restrict yourself to the last 15 seconds—because that's how long we perceive the current moment, a study suggests. A group of... Science News Summaries. | Newser
Here's a Tax Day stumper: Would you rather pay your taxes -- or eat a cookie? An even tougher one: Pay taxes -- or get a massage? Oops. Did we forget to mention that on April 15th, these will be free? Tax
Twitter user @QueenDemetriax_ begged for forgiveness and to be left alone after sending the threatening tweet Sunday morning and receiving a reply from the airline saying her IP address had been forwarded to the FBI.
It’s the rare parent who hasn’t plopped a kid in front of the TV in hopes of soothing a tiny tantrum. But parents of fussy infants and...
As if it's not hard enough to be a teenager dressed to the nines in a formal outfit that probably cost too much and won't change your life in the way you've always dreamed of, in a room filled with...