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Simple Exercises Could Help You Stop Snoring, According to New Study

A small new study from a group of Brazilian researchers is good news for snorers — and the people near them at bedtime. In a three-month trial, ...
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Despite Droughts, California Will Have Enough Power on Hand to Supply Air Conditioning Demand This Summer

Despite an ongoing and pervasive multi-year drought that has crippled its hydropower supplies, California officials say the state will have enough pow...
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Now THAT’S a Dog Day Afternoon: Dog in Arkansas Eats 23 Bullets

Talk about biting the bullet — or in this case, several. Baxter County, Arkansas’s Baxter Bulletin reports that on April 22nd, Larry ̶...
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California Residents Can Learn a Thing or Two From Nevada

California’s recently drought has put the spotlight on Nevada, the residents of which are experienced in living on arid lands. SFGate reports th...
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New Study Finds Most Mothers Just Want a Nice Meal Out on Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, you might be among the many people who are rushing to find the perfect gift to show Mom how much you c...
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Cutting Emissions From Coal Plants Could Save Thousands of Lives Annually, Study Finds

Curbs on coal-burning power plants proposed by the Obama Administration could save thousands of lives each year, according to a new non-partisan, peer...
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Volunteers Create Giant Rugs to Hold Community Together

In Sioux Falls, South Dakota, community volunteers are working together to create something huge. As part of the Mural Speaks! project, dozens of volu...
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Utah Teen Diagnosed With Water Allergy

A 17-year-old from Mapleton, Utah has been diagnosed with aquagenic urticarial, meaning that she has what is often mistaken for an allergy to water. A...
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Baltimore Resident Finishes the Boston Marathon With Flying Colors

More than 500,000 people compete in a marathon in the United States every year. This year, one competitor proved to be Maryland’s fastest runner...
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Reducing Kids’ Exposure to Lead Leads to Better School Performance, New Study Finds

A study involving Massachusetts students has suggested that in addition to much-discussed issues such as parenting, teacher quality, and poverty, scho...