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Sex: Study Suggests It Increases Intelligence

Sex: Study Suggests It Increases Intelligence

According to psychologists from the University of Maryland, studies suggest that sex essentially increases intelligence. In addition,  these conclusions were confirmed by similar tests conducted in South Korea. Also, these studies further substantiated the long-lived fact that sexual activity can help decrease stress levels and burn away calories. This conclusion was reached by researchers from […]

Sochi Olympics Dos and Don’ts

Sochi Olympics Dos and Don’ts

There has been no shortage of excitement surrounding the Sochi Olympics, and there have been many roadblocks for Russia at the beginning of the 2014 Winter Games. Here is a Sochi Olympics dos and don’ts guide for making it through the event unscathed. Do rock the pussy riot sticker on snowboard Don’t admit that it […]

Syria Under Threat of Attack By Obama and US?

Syria Under Threat of Attack By Obama and US?

On Tuesday, the Syrian government failed to meet a mandatory deadline for turning over the stockpile of chemical weapons their government had in its arsenal. According to a September 13, 2013, agreement that Syrian President Bashar Assad signed, the Syrian government was to turn over ninety percent of the cache of weapons they possessed by […]

Sealed with a Kiss Democratic Alliance and Agang Merger Too Soon

Sealed with a Kiss Democratic Alliance and Agang Merger Too Soon

In South Africa, Helen Zilla, leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) and leader of the new political party, Agang SA , Mamphela Ramphele, sealed the merger of their parties with a kiss perhaps a little too soon. At a press conference held in Cape Town, the two leaders issued statements and confirmed that they would […]

Golden Globe Awards Ignore the Obvious Snub

Golden Globe Awards Ignore the Obvious Snub

  The Golden Globe Awards are not trivial in nature or preparation.  In all sincerity, most winners of a Golden Globe Award are present and accounted for.  The gowns and glamour are well prepared long in advance of the special event that honors entertainers we adore and love.  Limos have been reserved, hairdos and jewelry […]

Cancer May Gain Strength After Diagnosis

Cancer May Gain Strength After Diagnosis

Cancer, the bad C word no one likes to utter, has taken hold of too many lives.  It is a dreaded diagnosis of symptoms that venture into the doctor’s office and end up in surgery.  Its ignored effects overtime only yield to the most gruesome and dire adventures of a person’s life, expecting the worst, […]

Mental Health Versus Gun Control

Mental Health Versus Gun Control

Mental health versus gun control – how did we get to this contentious debate between sanity and weaponry? Is it really one against another, or just a combination of special interests and last resort fixes? Do we as Americans deserve another day of grieving for school children, estranged wives, or dead military workers and students? […]

Duck Dynasty and the Reasons It’s Time to End It

Duck Dynasty and the Reasons It’s Time to End It

  Problems regarding the A&E network’s reality television show, Duck Dynasty, have been making news a little too often lately. They say that no publicity is bad publicity is bad publicity, but this doesn’t seem to be really true in this case. Below is a review of Duck Dynasty and the reasons it’s time to end […]

Santa Claus Shot During Toy Drive

Santa Claus Shot During Toy Drive

Santa Claus was shot twice in the upper back with a pellet gun on Tuesday morning during a toy drive for some 800 needy children.  The shooting took place in Washington, D.C., during the 22nd annual toy giveaway at Barry Farm, before old Kris Kringle had even had the chance to hand out one gift. […]

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  • Pharmaceutical Drug Samples May Have a Health Cost April 18, 2014
      According to an editorial in the journal JAMA Dermatology, ″Drug Samples in Dermatology,″ pharmaceutical drug companies have been using a clever way to sell more product. They give it away. These free drug samples may have a health cost hidden among the perceived benefits, however. Patients and doctors alike have been tempted to think […]
    Hobie Anthony
  • Matt Flynn Signs With Green Bay Packers April 18, 2014
    After a rollercoaster ride for Matt Flynn, he ends up back where he began, with the Green Bay Packers. Flynn and the Packers came to an agreement on Monday to finalize his fate, at least for the next season. The Green Bay Packers signed Matt Flynn on as their back-up quarterback for the season and […]
    Jabar Morarend
  • Heartburn Linked to Esophageal Cancer April 18, 2014
    April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, and public concern for the disease should be at an all time high. One possible culprit responsible for the increase according to recent medical studies indicates that heartburn is linked to esophageal cancer. In 2006 over 16,000 people were diagnosed with esophageal cancer in the United States according to The Soci […]
    Cholia Johnson
  • Private Lives of Nashville Wives Episode 8: Confrontation & Resolution April 18, 2014
    After last week’s episode left a huge divide between Jenny and the rest of the wives, sans Sarah, episode 8 of Private Lives of Nashville Wives consisted of a confrontation and resolution between the ladies and the start of a new beginning. Having said that, it is doubtful whether or not the type A Jennifer […]
    Michael Smith
  • South Korea Ferry Sinking: Nearly 290 Missing April 18, 2014
    Nearly 290 people are still missing many hours after a ferry sank off South Korea’s southwest coast on Wednesday. At least 14 people are confirmed dead and 55 injured. Officials said there were 475 people on board the ferry, most of them high school pupils, which was heading for the Jeju island when it sent […]
    Rahad Abir

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