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Arizona Professor Banned from McDonald’s, Found Disease-Causing Bacteria [VIDEO]

A university professor in Arizona has been banned from eight McDonald’s restaurants in her area, after she found dangerous bacteria in the children’s play area.

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Sandor Weisz, Flickr
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Fewer Babies Are Born on Halloween

Mothers are 11.3 percent less likely to give birth on Halloween than they are on the days before and after the holiday.

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Dinner Series, Flickr
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Study Says Generation Xers Are Actually Happy

The members of Generation X are no longer the melancholy slackers they once thought to be, but are actually a well-balanced and happy group, according to a new report.

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Learn Why We Dream in Under Seven Minutes [VIDEO]

This relatively brief video drops a whole lot of knowledge on why we dream, and what’s going on in our brains when we do so. If you’re in college and cramming for a test on oneirology, you may just want to check out this fast lecture.

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Study Finds Women Injured More in Car Crashes Than Men

A new study finds women are more likely than men to be injured in automobile accidents, and the culprit may be safety features that are not properly proportioned for them.

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Study Shows TV Can Hinder the Development of Children Under 2

Pediatricians and development experts have strongly urged parents, once again, to limit the amount of television their young children watch.

The American Academy of Pediatrics released a recommendation to all parents of children under 2 years old Tuesday. It stressed that any time spent in front of a video screen provides no educational benefits for children under age 2 and can even delay development by leaving less time for important interaction and play.

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Study Finds That Being Easily Embarrassed Is a ‘Sign of Virtue’

People who are quick to be moderately embarrassed are more trustworthy, more generous, and more likely to be monogamous, according to a study from the University of California at Berkeley.

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