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Millennials Are Happier At Work Than Others, Study SaysA mere eight percent of the 18 to 34-year-olds surveyed considered themselves unhappy at work.
Dad Creates App Making Parents' Texts Impossible For Kids To IgnoreA father has created an app that will send texts their children are not able to ignore until they respond to the message.
Judge Refuses To Delay Trial For Would-Be Solar Eclipse WatcherA federal judge in Florida has refused to delay a case because a member of the prosecution wanted to view the August 21 solar eclipse.
Risk Of Death Doubled By Alternative Cancer Treatments, Study SaysNew medical research is claiming that cancer patients who opt for unconventional treatments are at much greater risk of dying from the disease.
Too Much Standing Linked To Heart Disease, Study SaysThe percentage of workers who stood all day and suffered heart disease was more than twice as high as those who mostly sat.
New Treatment May Cure Peanut Allergies, Scientists SayAustralian scientists say that the new treatment has kept their patients from experiencing an allergic reaction from eating peanuts for the last four years.
Failing To Identify Smells May Be A Sign Of Alzheimer's, Study SaysA new study says losing the ability to distinguish certain smells from one another may be a sign of the onset of Alzheimer’s.
Which NFL Team's Fans Are The 'Least Dateable'?It turns out, winning is a major turn-off for fans of rival teams.
Many Nurses Lack Knowledge Of Health Risks For New Moms, Study SaysThe nationwide study says many life-threatening complications go without warning when new moms leave the hospital.
New Haven Ministers Rally Against White Nationalists, Hate GroupsMinisters from New Haven on Wednesday denounced the violence of white nationalists, the KKK, and Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville.
Malloy On Trump Over Charlottesville Comments: '[He] Was Out Of His Mind'At a rally in Stamford, Governor Dannel P. Malloy did not mince words when asked what he thought about President Trump's contention that the deadly violence at the White Supremacist rally in Charlottesville was the fault of both sides.
United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes Among Those Who Quit Trump Business CouncilUnited Technologies C.E.O. Greg Hayes was among the executives who resigned from President Trump's business council following the president's remarks blaming both sides for the deadly violence at the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.

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