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12 Spring Cleaning Tips Your Mom Never Told You

12 Spring Cleaning Tips Your Mom Never Told You | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Before cleaning it, soak it in solution with two-parts milk and one part white vinegar overnight. It may be better known as one of America's favorite juice mixers, but Kool-Aid can be used in another very important way: as toilet bowl cleaner. "Kool-Aid is natural and non-toxic. It's full of citric-acid that will clean the toilet," cleaning guru Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan says.
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‘God’s Not Dead’: Actor Says This Movie Could Convert Agnostics to Christianity

‘God’s Not Dead’: Actor Says This Movie Could Convert Agnostics to Christianity | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A Christian college student finds himself in an epic battle with an atheist philosophy professor who threatens to fail him if he refuses to disavow God's existence. That's the premise of "God's Not Dead," a feature film opening Friday on more than 800 screens across America. Actors...
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What jobs have the most psychopaths?

What jobs have the most psychopaths? | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A Time magazine survey takes a look at various professions for psychopaths - someone who, by medical definition, lacks empathy for others and can be shallow, cold-hearted, and manipulative. Vinita Nair reports of the jobs with the most - and fewest - psychopaths.
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#3. We should be so proud.

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Beware the junk food jingle!

Beware the junk food jingle! | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Researchers at the University of Texas showed 200 undergraduate students photos of food and sounded a short audio cue when certain images were shown.

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Playing a concentration game on your phone could help reduce anxiety: study

Playing a concentration game on your phone could help reduce anxiety: study | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Playing a scientifically-based gaming app for 25 minutes helped reduce anxiety in stressed-out people, according to new research published in the journal Clinical Psychological Science.

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Get ready to feel pinched by supermarket prices

Get ready to feel pinched by supermarket prices | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Milk, meat and vegetables are all getting more expensive, a trend that’s not going to reverse any time soon

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Hug more, scold less: Strict parenting linked to child obesity - TODAY.com

Hug more, scold less: Strict parenting linked to child obesity - TODAY.com | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Moms and dads whose favorite phrase is, “because I said so,” may want to rethink their parenting style. A new study shows that...

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27 Things Your Parents Call By The Wrong Name

27 Things Your Parents Call By The Wrong Name | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
“You won’t believe what I saw on the FaceTube this morning, son.”

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Ahh man, I know I'm getting there. I'll have to post this on the facebook.

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New analysis suggests fewer students have more homework than their parents did

New analysis suggests fewer students have more homework than their parents did | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Fewer 17-year-olds report one to two hours of homework on a typical night

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30 Simple Things You Don’t Realize You Do That Impress Everyone Around You

30 Simple Things You Don’t Realize You Do That Impress Everyone Around You | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Managing to impress everyone around you can be hard, but these 30 tips will help you make the kind of impression you've been working towards.
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Preschoolers can outsmart college students at figuring out gizmos

Preschoolers can outsmart college students at figuring out gizmos | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Preschoolers can be smarter than college students at figuring out how unusual toys and gadgets work because they're more flexible and less biased than adults in their ideas about cause and effect, according to new research.

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Why Is ‘Noah’ Being Banned in Several Middle Eastern Countries?

Why Is ‘Noah’ Being Banned in Several Middle Eastern Countries? | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
The people of Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (as well as possibly Egypt, Jordan and Kuwait) will not be able to see Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical epic Noah when it hits theaters later this month. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the strict censor boards in the Middle Eastern countries recently informed Paramount Studios that because the movie contradicts an Islamic law prohibiting any depiction of a Muslim prophet, the film would be banned. The Sunni Muslim school Al-Azhar in Egypt released a statement explaining, “Al-Azhar renews its rejection to the screening of any production that characterizes Allah’s prophets and messengers and the companions of the Prophet [Muhammad]. Therefore, Al-Azhar announces the prohibition of the upcoming film about the Allah’s messenger Noah—peace be upon him.” Noah opens in the U.S. on March 28 ...
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At home, is it better to go sans shoes?

At home, is it better to go sans shoes? | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
More people are adopting a no-shoes-at-home policy. It is more hygienic, practitioners say, and keeps out outdoor germs. Is the argument grounded in science?

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Young Mom in Coma After Routine Dental Work

Young Mom in Coma After Routine Dental Work | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A Hawaii woman went in for routine dental work on Monday but ... didn't wake up. Kristen Tavares, 23, was to have four wisdom teeth removed; during the procedure "she went into cardiac arrest and they had to use a defibrillator and shocked her
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Scary and sad. And thankfully this didn't happen before my wife had her wisdom teeth out at the beginning of the month. she never would have gone.

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Mom's Facebook Lesson Takes A Dark Turn

Mom's Facebook Lesson Takes A Dark Turn | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A Colorado mother who attempted to teach her daughter a lesson about Facebook use wound up getting blasted by others.

In an effort to show her daughter how quickly something can spread online, Kira Hudson posted a public photo of the young girl ...
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Yikes.

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Box Office: ‘God’s Not Dead’ Soaring to $8.2 Million Opening in Limited Release

Box Office: ‘God’s Not Dead’ Soaring to $8.2 Million Opening in Limited Release | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Talk about a box office diversion. Shailene Woodley’s “Divergent” might be the No. 1 film in America but faith-based audiences are once again proving to be anything but conservative at the U.S. box office. Christian drama “God’s Not Dead,” opening in fewer than 800 theaters, is on track for an impressive $8.2 million this weekend.... Read more »
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Infographic reveals that music makes us happier

Infographic reveals that music makes us happier | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Research shows that while dancing is great by itself, swinging in time with others produces a stronger neurochemical release that leads to positive emotions.

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Scrap dealer's bargain turns out to be Faberge egg worth millions

Scrap dealer's bargain turns out to be Faberge egg worth millions | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A London antique dealer says a gold ornament bought by an American scrap-metal dealer has turned out to be a rare Faberge egg worth millions.

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17 Little Things In Life That Make You Absolutely Euphoric

17 Little Things In Life That Make You Absolutely Euphoric | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Your online date ditched you. You feel like you blew it in your big meeting. Sometimes, the rat race can be all too much. But guess what: Life isn't so bad! Time to start taking notice of those small moments of joy in life -- both random and warrante...

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Our perception of our own talent flies above our actual performance

Our perception of our own talent flies above our actual performance | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A new study shows that these positive perceptions are often out of proportion and often fly well above their actual performance.

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Clothing stores install iPads in changing rooms for selfies

Clothing stores install iPads in changing rooms for selfies | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Shoppers can now take selfies trying on clothes in store changing rooms and send them to their friends for a second opinion.

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March Madness Ready to Distract Workers Nationwide

March Madness Ready to Distract Workers Nationwide | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Companies are bracing for March Madness, one of the biggest distractions in the office each year, with possibly billions of dollars in lost wages on the line.

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A Tweet, Selfie and Instagram Video Just Broke That US Airways News

A Tweet, Selfie and Instagram Video Just Broke That US Airways News | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A US Airways plane en route to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Thursday evening blew a tire while trying to take off from the Philadelphia International Airport, and while the aircraft won’t be taking to the skies any time soon, news of the accident has already circulated the globe.
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Put down that cellphone! Study finds parents distracted by devices - TODAY.com

Put down that cellphone! Study finds parents distracted by devices - TODAY.com | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
The scenario plays out in restaurants everywhere: Mother or father looks at the smartphone or tablet, swiping, scrolling, reading, while...

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Number one way to break up with someone is via text message

Number one way to break up with someone is via text message | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Gone are the days of giving someone the courtesy of a face-to-face chat, according to a poll of people aged 18-30,

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