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Which US Cities Are Rapidly Getting Smarter?

Conventional wisdom has long held that smart people go where other smart people are — intellectual hubs like San Francisco and New York City, for example.

But a new list of cities with the fastest growth in their college-educated populations revealed the reality lately has been far different.

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Category: Health, Lifestyle, Lists
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Movie Popcorn Butter Linked to Alzheimer’s

What is your snack of choice at the movie theater? Please don’t say popcorn. It is? It’s popcorn? Ok, well, you certainly don’t ask the concession stand employees to douse your corn with gallons of artificial butter spray, right? Oh, you do? Well, you might want to read on. We apologize in advance.

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Category: Food & Drink, Health
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More and More Americans Are Walking for Exercise

As a whole, the US has an obesity problem — but the good news is that more of us are getting up off the couch and talking a walk.

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10 Everyday Foods That Are Surprisingly Healthy

People are always trying to eat healthier or lose weight. The media sends out a constant onslaught of new information about what you should and shouldn’t eat.

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Category: Food & Drink, Health
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Do Commercials Make You Want to Eat Junk Food?

One of the issues watching late night television is having your stomach seduced by munchie-inducing fast food advertisements that ultimately lead to a wicked appetite for destruction – of your waistline.

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Category: Food & Drink, Health
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New Study Reveals Americans Don’t Realize How Fat They Are [POLL]

Many of us could stand to lose a few pounds, but surely we’re not that overweight, right? Well, a new study from the University of Washington says that Americans — men especially — are in denial when it comes to their waistlines.

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Chile Makes It Illegal to Use Toys to Market Food [POLL]

There are going to be a lot of disappointed kids screaming from the backseats of their parents’ cars in fast food drive-thrus all across Chile, as the government is cracking down on a new law making it illegal for restaurants like McDonald’s, Burger King and KFC to include toys with their kids meals.

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Do Military Veterans Have More Health Problems Than Civilians?

A new report from the CDC finds that men who’ve served in the military carry a heavier health burden than civilians — in fact, veterans are significantly more likely to have two or more chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure.

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Category: Health, National News
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What Are the Best Cities in America for Senior Citizens?

Watching old episodes of the hit television series ‘Seinfeld’ can lead a person to believe that all senior citizens flock to Florida to live in the sultry confines of places like Del Boca Vista, but a new study suggests that might not be exactly accurate.

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Category: Health, Lists, National News
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Could Your Stressful Job Be Aging You?

If you feel older than your years, maybe your job is to blame. New research proves stress at work could actually make your cells age at an accelerated rate.

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Working the Late Shift Could Give You a Heart Attack

While some may prefer the relative quiet of working the late shift, a new study says that after-hours work may be bad for your health.

In fact, the study says, working the graveyard shift may actually give you a heart attack or stroke.

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Economic Woes Drive US Birthrate to Its Lowest in 25 Years — Dollars and Sense

Recent estimates say it costs upwards of a quarter of a million dollars to raise a child to adulthood, and it seems many people have taken those numbers to heart: a new survey indicates the American birthrate is at is lowest point since 1987.

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Category: Economy, Family, Health

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