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New Survey Reveals Employees Can’t Help But Check In with Work While on Vacation

While a break away from the daily grind should be all about kicking back and relaxing, a new survey suggests that most hardworking Americans do not seem to understand the concept of a vacation.

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Pete Lounsbury, Flickr
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Do Pets Make Kids Smarter?

If you have or are thinking of having kids, it might be a good idea to also add a pet to the equation. That’s because last month a study found that babies who grow up in households with pets are healthier than their pet-less counterparts. And now a survey of children suggests that having a furry friend is one of the keys to academic success.

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Does Facebook Make It Harder to Heal a Broken Heart?

Relationship experts often say the fastest and easiest way to get over someone is to make a clean break — essentially erase the person from your consciousness. But with the advent of social media, that’s getting harder and harder to do.

And it seems we’re bringing a lot of the anguish on ourselves.

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Courtesy of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue
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Hero Dad Delivers Newborn on Side of Busy Highway

We’ve all heard the jokes about babies who were conceived in a car. But being born in a car is a much trickier proposition. Especially when that car is on one of the busiest highways in America.

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Study Finds Americans Have Way Too Much Stuff

Fans of HGTV’s popular show ‘House Hunters’ know that one of the most common things people look for when purchasing a new home is more storage space — bigger closets, bigger garages, bigger basements.

And according to a recent study, it’s no wonder: we’re drowning in our own clutter.

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Heroic Bus Driver Catches Girl After Three-Story Plunge [VIDEO]

A bus driver became a hero on Monday when he caught a seven-year-old autistic girl in his arms after she fell three stories from a building in New York City. The remarkable rescue was caught on tape.

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Two Strangers Help Disabled Man See At Blake Shelton Concert

It is a story of kindness you just don't see everyday.  Patrick Connelly, who is confined to a wheelchair, recently attended a Blake Shelton concert in Kansas at an outdoor venue.  Once Blake took the stage, Connelly found he couldn't see.  He was brought to tears until two good Samaritans came to his aid.

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What Gross Thing Do Heavy Cell Phone Users Do More Than the Rest of Us?

Those inconsiderate people who jabber away on their cell phones in public aren’t just annoying — according to a new study, they also slobber more. Sexy!

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Study Reveals Autumn Babies Live Longer

Babies born during the autumn months are more likely to live to the grand old age of 100, according to new research conducted by the University of Chicago.

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Man Gives Out Money to Motorists on His Birthday

When Doug Eaton turned 65, he celebrated by handing out cash to motorists in Oklahoma City. Usually, you get money from people you know for your birthday, as opposed to being the one doling it out to complete strangers.

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Woman Performs the Ultimate Challenge – Hugging a Person a Day for a Year

Melinda Schmidt has been a hugger her whole live. So when the 35-year-old mother of two recently moved to Raleigh, NC, she immediately started missing the parade of embraces she used to get in her smaller hometown.

Melinda decided to do something about this, and since she couldn’t import her friends and family to Raleigh, she started hugging strangers instead.

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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
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eBay Reunites a Man With His Long-Lost Stolen Car of 42 Years

It was 1970 when a thief stole Robert Russell’s 1967 Austin Healey from in front of his Philadelphia home. Even as the decades came and went, Russell never gave up hope of getting back his cherished vehicle.

Then, after a recent bout of insomnia, Russell took to eBay and started searching for the sports car.

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