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December 22 · Issue #44 · View online
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Holiday Road: The Average American Will Get Into 12 Arguments During Holiday Travel
Jingle Bell Crock: 88% Of Americans Feel The Holiday Season Is Most Stressful Time Of Year
Subtle Season’s Greetings: 1 in 5 Plan To Give A ‘Take The Hint’ Holiday Gift This Year
Key To Keeping Off Those Extra Holiday Pounds? Step On A Scale Each Day, Study Finds
Study: People Born In Spring & Summer At Greater Risk Of Dying From Heart Disease
Colleagues With Benefits: Flirting With Co-Workers Can Help Reduce Stress, Study Finds
Study: Above All Else, A Child’s Academic Success Is Predicted By Family Status, Genes
Stars, Stripes, & Sweat Pants: Nearly Half Of U.S. Will Be Obese By 2030, Study Predicts
Mind’s Best Friend: Hanging With Dogs In Childhood May Prevent Schizophrenia
Finding A Balance: Alone Time More Important For Relationships Than Dates, Survey Says
The Finer Things: Engaging With The Arts Lowers Risk Of Death, Study Finds
Ready For A Career Change? 1 In 2 People Fear They’re Working In The Wrong Profession
Goodnight, Phone: Surprising Study Finds Blue Light Not Disruptive To Sleep Patterns
Turtle Power: Study Finds Giant Tortoises Have Strong Memories, High Intelligence
Study: Watching Television Worst Habit For Kids When It Comes To Childhood Obesity
Social Media Stresses Vanity Over All Else, Promotes Eating Disorders In Adolescents
First Study On Human-Grade Dog Food Finds It’s Highly Digestible, Delicious For Your Pooch
Study: Merit Ptah, Ancient Egyptian Thought To Be First-Ever Female Doctor, Never Existed
‘I Can Do This!’: Positive Self-Talk Can Boost A Child’s Math Grades, Study Finds
Simple Eye Scan May Detect Early-Stage Parkinson’s Disease
Parents Often Turn Down ‘Playdate’ Invitations Over Fear Children Not Safe In Others’ Care
Big Is Best? Smaller Class Size Doesn’t Always Benefit Students, Study Finds
Debt The Halls: 71% Of Parents Lose Sleep Over Holiday Spending For Their Kids
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