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Eating Chocolate For Breakfast Is Good For You, Studies FindThe report on 2017 food trends looked at the positive effects of eating dessert, especially dark chocolate, can have on the body and the brain.
Here Are The Stores That Will Have The Best Deals On Black Friday 2017WalletHub's researchers found department stores Kohl's and JCPenney have the biggest discounts available on Black Friday this year.
Online Dating The Most Common Way Newlyweds Met In 2017, Survey Says19 percent of brides said they met their spouse through an online dating site or social media this year; up from 14 percent in 2016.
Internet Swears Dog's Ear Looks Exactly Like President TrumpJade Robinson says her friend noticed the resemblance after she took the pictures for her vet; believing her two-year-old beagle has an ear infection.
Amazon Cutting Prices At Whole Foods Again For ThanksgivingThe internet retail giant is calling the cuts a "sneak preview" of what will reportedly become Whole Foods' official rewards program for Prime shoppers.
What If All Americans Went Vegan? Study Finds Mixed ResultsThe results found that not only would the overall impact to the planet be minor, but the vegan diet would fail to meet the nutritional needs of Americans.
FDA Approves First-Ever Pill With Digital Tracking SystemThe decision is considered an unprecedented step in ensuring that patients with mental disorders take their medicine.
'Worst Toys List' 2017 Includes A Sword, A Drone, And Fidget SpinnersWorld Against Toys Causing Harm (WATCH) has come out with a list of the 10 worst toys, based on the risk of injury to small children.
Holiday Headache? Here's When Stores Start Playing Christmas MusicWith the holidays approaching, here's a look at when big-name retail stores start playing their holiday music each year.
Nutritionists Denounce One Of The Internet's Most Popular DietsOne health expert called the "CICO" diet "an outdated way of thinking" with another adding it can "wreak havoc" on other parts of your body.
Humans Have Evolved To Naturally Fear Spiders And Snakes, Study SaysHumans don't just learn to be scared of spiders and snakes, they are actually born with the fear of those creatures already in their brains, a study says.
Target Refuses To Pull Fidget Spinners With High Lead LevelsFidget Wild Premium Spinner Brass tested at 33,000 parts per million for lead, which is more than 300 times the 100 parts per million allowable for children’s toys.

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