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Why Bike Riding Has Become More Popular During the Coronavirus Pandemic

After months of quarantine and social distancing, many of us still remain cautious when going outside. Why is bike riding popular during the coronavirus pandemic?
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WWII Vet Who Lived Through Great Depression On Coronavirus: 'We Will Prevail'

As coronavirus turns our world completely upside, a Westchester County resident who has lived through some of the darkest chapters of modern history says keep your chin up, we will get through this.
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Quarantined Italians Come Together to Sing Amid Coronavirus

As Italian citizens still remain on lockdown, people are turning to social media to spread light in a time of darkness. A video shows quarantined Italians coming together to sing amid the coronavirus.
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Life Gets Easier Once You Hit 44

According to a new study, at least!
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5 Things We Do to Make Ourselves Feel Healthier

Want to feel like you're living your best life?
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The Key to a Happy Marriage May Be Your Height

A new study is saying something as simple as you and your spouse's height may play a large part in if your marriage will be a happy one.
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It's Better to be Single, According to Science

Still single after Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry. You're better off than your married friends, according to science. In fact, Business Insider just looked into some recent studies that explored this topic, and here are two benefits that scientists agreed about: Being Single Increases the Social...
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Scientists: 'Double Dipping' Is Even More Disgusting Than You Thought It Was

Sharing dinner with your sweetie tonight? You may think twice about double dipping if you find yourself sharing some salsa tonight. Science is proving to us just how nasty the act of double dipping can be, and yes, it is actually WROSE worse than we previously thought it was! It's not just bad...
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Those Paper Store Receipts Could Be Making You Sick

Those paper receipts from stores could be making you sick, according to a new study .
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Babies Breathe In Dirt And Bacteria When Crawling, But Science Says It’s Good For Them

Unless there are visible stains on your carpet, it can be easy to forget just how dirty your floor can be. Researchers have found that when babies crawl, they “kick up” lots of dirt, skin and bacteria, and since their nose and mouths are closer to the ground babies breathe in a larger concentration...
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