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Japanese Sports Drink Company Tries To Advertise On The Moon

While outdoor advertising costs 80% less than TV advertising, it’s hard to imagine that “outdoor advertising” includes billboards in...
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Josh Duggar Seeks “Long-Term Treatment” After Ashley Madison Scandal

Josh Duggar has checked himself into a “long-term treatment center” following media revelations that he had an account on Ashley Madison, a websit...
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EPA Tries to Undo Animas River Damage from Gold King Mine Spill

It turns out an environmental remediation contractor was the one at fault for contaminating the Animas River in Colorado. According to The Wall Street...
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Tennessee Home Depot Rattled By Snake Found in Store

The staff of the Home Depot in Spring Hill, TN recently faced an unpleasant surprise when a customer reported seeing a rattlesnake in the store’...
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Disney World and College Fund Top the List for Mother-Daughter Lotto Winners

Most people would have gotten impatient, upset, maybe even angry. Not Marilyn Looney. When the 82-year-old Long Island grandmother’s hair dresse...
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Scientists Question the Need For Removing Wisdom Teeth

New evidence suggests that dentists are taking out wisdom teeth too often, causing patients millions of extra dollars, reports Discovery News. In thei...
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World’s First Safe ‘Smart Drug’ May Also Help Patients With This Dangerous Condition

Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that affects about 18 million Americans. On an average night, someone suffering from obstructive sleep apnea m...
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High School Swimmer Tackles Odds With One Leg

Swimming is the fourth most popular sports activity in the United States, but most people who swim do so with two legs. According to a recent story fr...
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Millennials Seeing Higher Housing Costs Than Ever

While Millennials are planning to spend a total of $913 million on school supplies this year, they’re not going to be able to spend their money ...
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Boston-Area Homeowners Won’t Want to Miss Out on the Returns for These Home Improvements

Boston’s suburbanites are using home remodeling and improvement projects to get ahead in a competitive real estate market. But are the average h...