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Does Racism Start When You’re a Baby? New Research Says…

Some interesting new research has come to light that reveals infants may actually hold the answers to racism in our society, long before they are able to do much more than eat and sleep.

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New Research Reveals Overweight Teens Get Bad Grades

There are many dangers that can come from being an overweight or obese teenager, including the risk of developing chronic conditions like heart disease, Type-2 diabetes and stroke.

However, new research indicates that teens suffering from obesity might be at risk for acquiring more than just poor health, but lower school grades as well.

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Three Beers a Day Keep the Doctor Away!

Beer makes you fat and unhealthy. That’s a common conception of the golden drops of hoppy goodness. However, a new research indicates that this is not actually the case - good health just might be hidden at the bottom of a beer glass. Contrary to the common view, beer has lots of health benefits that make it at least as healthy as wine when it’s consumed in small amounts. Moderate consumption can mean as much as three glasses a day, when paired with a healthy diet.

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Top 5 Great Excuses for Not Answering Your Cell Phone!

A new research done by Britain’s University of Salford found out that 90% of cell phone users ignore incoming calls frequently.  The research concluded that we ignore most often the loved ones- not strangers or co-workers.

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Researchers Say Eating Chips Can Produce a Marijuana-Like High

Remember the old Pringles slogan, "Once you pop, you can't stop"? Research now suggests it could be more true than we ever thought.

The journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) says US researchers found that foods high in fat trigger natural feel-good chemicals with effects similar to those found in marijuana. These chemicals, called endocannabinoids, produce a drug-like feeling that can lead to gorging on foods such as chips and fries.

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