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Dog Owners Would Rather Smooch Their Pooch Than Their Partner

Let's face it -- dogs often stick their tongues in some pretty unsanitary places. Nevertheless, more than half of all dog owners prefer kissing their pets over their husband or wife, a new survey indicates. The study, conducted by Riley's Organics , reveals 52 percent of dog owners would rather...
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What's the Best Way to Fight Climate Change? Plant a Trillion Trees

(NOW) - There might be a way to save Earth from climate change, say scientists. But it's going to take lots of work. And digging. According to a study published in the journal Science on Thursday , researchers reveal that if we were to plant a trillion trees around the planet, they'd be able to...
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Walking Fast Can Help You Live Longer According to Study

Could a leisurely stroll be detrimental to your health? A new study has found that fast walkers tend to live longer than those that take their time getting from point A to point B. The results were also found to be true regardless of the person’s weight . Researchers from the U.K.’s University of...
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You Can Get Your Caffeine Buzz Just by Looking at Coffee

If you can’t function in the morning without throwing back a cup of java, it could be all in your head. A new study claims a person can get most of the benefits of a caffeine buzz without having to drink any coffee . Instead, simply seeing or smelling a vanilla latte can stimulate you enough to get...
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