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'Flowers? No thanks - just take the children away!' What women REALLY want for Mother's Day is sleep (and NOT diet pills...)

'Flowers? No thanks - just take the children away!' What women REALLY want for Mother's Day is sleep (and NOT diet pills...) | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
And only after they've had eight hours of uninterrupted sleep this Sunday, mums would love nothing more than to spend some quality time with the family, according to a new poll.

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Restaurant Menus Remove Dollar Signs So You'll Spend More $

Restaurant Menus Remove Dollar Signs So You'll Spend More $ | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
When you read a restaurant menu, you might not notice that there are no dollar signs. Why is that? Removing currency symbols severs the connection between restaurant purchases and real money in you...

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Is noise of modern life making you ill? It can trigger stealthy damage

Is noise of modern life making you ill? It can trigger stealthy damage | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
When we have to listen to noises for too long or at the wrong time, they can inflict silent and stealthy damage.

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Americans to spend $7 billion less on dads than moms this year

Americans to spend $7 billion less on dads than moms this year | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Father's Day , the smallest of the American gift-giving holidays, is expected to bring in just $12.5 billion this year -- a "blip on the retail sales radar," the National Retail Federation said.

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75 percent of dads call fatherhood 'most important job'

75 percent of dads call fatherhood 'most important job' | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Dads today are less concerned with bringing home the bacon and more involved with frying it up in a pan. TODAY surveyed 2,000 moms and...

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Kick Your Smoking Habit For Good Using The World’s Smartest Lighter

Kick Your Smoking Habit For Good Using The World’s Smartest Lighter | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Quitbit is a smart lighter that is designed to help you stop smoking.
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Women Are More Lonely On Twitter, But Men Get More Sympathy

Women Are More Lonely On Twitter, But Men Get More Sympathy | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Men and women combine social media and emotions in very different ways.

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How status symbols have been upgraded over the past 30 years

How status symbols have been upgraded over the past 30 years | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Modern day success symbols include a high-powered car, designer watch and swimming pool in the garden, replacing a car phone, dishwasher and private schools which were popular in the 80s.

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Gadgets before flowers – Japanese moms reveal what they really want for Mother’s Day

Gadgets before flowers – Japanese moms reveal what they really want for Mother’s Day | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Although the association of carnations with Mother’s Day began in the United States and stretches back over 100 years, I…
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How and When to Tuck in Your Shirt

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Why talk about something so basic? Is there really a need to teach men something most of us have been doing since we were 5? Well, yes actually. Ju
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Connecticut's Copper Beech sells for a record $120 million

Connecticut's Copper Beech sells for a record $120 million | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A 51-acre Greenwich, Conn., estate, known as Copper Beech Farm, sold for an eye-popping $120 million, the Greenwich Time reported.
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Looking Smart! Men's Facial Features May Predict IQ [PHOTOS]

Looking Smart! Men's Facial Features May Predict IQ [PHOTOS] | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A man’s IQ may be predicted just by looking at his facial features, especially if he has a long face and wide-set eyes, but why doesn't this hold true for women?
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Jar of clean mountain air from France sells for $845 in smog-choked Beijing

Jar of clean mountain air from France sells for $845 in smog-choked Beijing | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
If you can't breathe, what else matters? China is truly at the crossroads...
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Seven Super Hotel Innovations You Need to Know About

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The hotel industry, unlike the far less competitive airline sector, is seeing some positive progress. Arguably, traveler-friendly trends -- from innovations in booking to fresh and alluring amenities -- reveal the promising shape of lodging to come....
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Chatty Cathies: Women more likely to be talkative, but only in certain situations, study says

Chatty Cathies: Women more likely to be talkative, but only in certain situations, study says | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Equipped with technology devices called sociometers to track social interactions, a team of researchers from Northeastern University in Boston attacked the common stereotype that women are more talkative than men, finding that different group settings yield different results.

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How a cup of black coffee stops your teeth rotting: Certain type of bean has property that can help break down bacteria that causes plaque

How a cup of black coffee stops your teeth rotting: Certain type of bean has property that can help break down bacteria that causes plaque | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Research from scientists in Brazil suggests that drunk in moderation, strong black coffee without sugar can actually stop tooth decay.

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5 Father's Day Poems to Make Dad LOL

5 Father's Day Poems to Make Dad LOL | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Father's Day is fast approaching! You might want to make a note to go shopping for the perfect card now so you're not forced to settle for w...

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Never Forget Someone's Name Again With This Memory Trick

Never Forget Someone's Name Again With This Memory Trick | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Ever meet someone at a social event and immediately forget their name? Try this technique for understanding and using memory's nature to your...
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Subway dress automatically repels the creeps

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Taking the subway during rush hour can be a harrowing experience. Confronted by a lack of personal space, Hong Kong-based artist Kathleen McDermott has crafted a mechanical dress that aims to...
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Crowdfunded Gadgets That Talk To Your Home And Charge Your Phone With Wind Power | TechCrunch

Crowdfunded Gadgets That Talk To Your Home And Charge Your Phone With Wind Power | TechCrunch | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Editor's note: Ross Rubin is principal analyst at Reticle Research, a technology, media and telecom advisory firm, and founder of Backerjack. He blogs at..

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Scientists explore possibilities of mind reading

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At Yale University, researchers recently used a brain scanner to identify which face someone was looking about – just from their brain activity.
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Would You Pay $45 Per Month For Unlimited Coffee?

Would You Pay $45 Per Month For Unlimited Coffee? | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
How much would you pay per month for an unlimited coffee pass? If you drink coffee daily and don't brew it at home, that could become a pricey addiction. Yet CUPS, an app out of Israel, recently ex...

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Cutest act of revenge ever?

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A disgruntled worker hatched an unusual revenge plot against his former boss by sending more than 1,000 baby ducks to his home.
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Facebook launches service which shares location to within half a mile

Facebook launches service which shares location to within half a mile | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The Nearby Friends feature uses your smartphone's GPS system to tell your Facebook friends you are nearby - provided that you both have the new feature turned on.
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Survey says one in 10 young people buy cassette tapes

Survey says one in 10 young people buy cassette tapes | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Cassette tapes have a "novelty value", with 10% of 18 to 24-year-olds buying one in the last month, according to new research.
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Pocket-Sized Wonder-Printer Would Work Its Own Way Across a Page

With what has to be one of the most ambitious Kickstarter projects to come along in a while, the folks behind this Mini Mobile Robotic Printer want to revolutionize the mobile office. Because of instead of carrying a page-wide device that has to pull paper through it, this little marvel will instead print directly on a piece of paper while it rolls around on top of it.
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