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Editor Archive: Audrey Morrison
Tracie Afifi, PhD and her colleges knew that there hasn’t be a study quite like theirs—on the effects physical punishments as children and their mental state as adults—so they set out to find out just how much of a correlation could be drawn between the two.
A new study pinpointed the top 10 jobs that can make you fat. Luckily, food writing isn’t one of them.
Nameberry released their list of individual names that have gained the highest amount of attention compared to last year’s list. If you aren’t familiar with “The Hunger Games,” you may be puzzled as to why you haven’t heard of many of these trending names.
A number of human foods are dangerous to pets. Many of these foods may seem tasty to our pets but can prove deadly if eaten. It can be very tempting to offer pets food from the table, but pets should not be given human food unless recommended by your veterinarian.
If you’ve always blamed your cravings for a pint of Chubby Hubby or just one more scoop of Moose Tracks on lack of willpower, you may have been giving yourself less credit than you deserve.
An economic downturn isn’t good for homebuyers, retailers and now, according to a study out of the University of Kansas, women in committed relationships.
Five tried and tested tricks to save more on groceries.
This week H&M taught us a very important lesson: If models look too good to be true, they probably are.
Clothing retailer Old Navy is known for catchy commercials, affordable jeans, and lately, selling graphic tees with blatant grammar and factual errors.