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First Anniversary Sees Bride Cancer-Free

Another viral story has hit the internet, but this one is a genuinely great story that will leave you with a smile on your face. Last July, a couple &...
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California Regulations Go Even Further on Water Efficiency

Two new initiatives to promote water conservation and efficiency in the state of California were launched on Wednesday, August 12. The first would imp...
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Parents Splurge for Luxury Family Vacations — but Only One Kid at a Time

Elaborate vacations aren’t anything new for some families, but there’s a new kind of trip that parents are taking with their kids: the one...
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Community Chips in to Help Local Amish Business Destroyed in Storm

The Amish are well-known for their humble ways and traditional lifestyle. Many times Americans on the outside assume (right or not) that they are scor...
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These Two Onesie-Wearing Puppies Have Stolen the Hearts of Instagram

The hottest Instagram stars of the summer aren’t from the Kardashian-Jenner clan or appearing on the Billboard charts. They have, however, captu...
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Your Pillowcase Could Be The Cause Of Your Acne

According to a recent report from the Huffington Post, it could be your pillowcase that’s causing you to break out. Nearly 85% of people will ha...
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“Up” House in Seattle to Be Moved To New Location

A Seattle home that locals refer to as the “Up” house — due to its similarity to the house in the Pixar movie — will soon be m...
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McDonald’s Emoji Billboard Backfire

Billboards are an effective way to advertise, and can help spread brand awareness. Over one-third (37%) of consumers report looking at an outdoor ad e...
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Taking Your Children to a Music Festival Doesn’t Have to Be a Total Drag

Ah, summertime. It’s that time of year where anything seems possible–the sun is shining, the ice cream trucks are prowling every corner, a...
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Australian Researchers Say Paint Jobs Are Cooler Than Air Conditioning

During the scorching summer months, folks will do anything to stay cool. In the early 20th century, people would sleep on their front porches, hang co...