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Playboy Ends No-Nudes Experiment, Takes Some Clothes Back Off

Playboy Ends No-Nudes Experiment, Takes Some Clothes Back Off

mag813 February 14, 2017 0

At the beginning of last year, in what was totally not a ploy for free publicity, Playboy magazine decided to get rid of nude photos. The magazine hoped to expand its sales by publishing

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More Couples Are Asking Friends and Family to Officiate Weddings

More Couples Are Asking Friends and Family to Officiate Weddings

mag813 February 10, 2017 0

With wedding season still in full swing, one researcher is finding a growing nuptial trend: An increasing percentage of couples are opting to have a friend or family member get ordained in order to

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America’s Liquor Cabinets Are Seeing A Lot Of Action

America’s Liquor Cabinets Are Seeing A Lot Of Action

mag813 February 8, 2017 0

If you’ve been heading for your liquor cabinet more often than the beer fridge lately, you’re not alone: For the seventh year in a row, the spirits industry chipped away at beer’s market share.

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The Solar Power Industry Continues to Grow Jobs… 51,000 in 2016

The Solar Power Industry Continues to Grow Jobs… 51,000 in 2016

mag813 February 8, 2017 0

In 2016, the still-burgeoning solar industry added more than 51,000 jobs to the American workforce, representing two percent of all new jobs. That number, included in an annual report by the nonprofit Solar Foundation,

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Workaholism Linked to ADHD and Depression

Workaholism Linked to ADHD and Depression

mag813 February 6, 2017 0

People who work too much may be more likely to have ADHD or depression, according to a new study from Norway. Researchers found that, among the workaholics in the study, nearly 33 percent had

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Study Discovers Millennials Aren’t the Biggest Users of Social Media

Study Discovers Millennials Aren’t the Biggest Users of Social Media

mag813 February 2, 2017 0

Millenials, or those aged from 18 to 34, are often saddled with a lot of unfair and unnecessary blame. Thanks to a new Nielson report, they just got some ammunition against those who’d scold them

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The Doomsday Clock Is Closer To Midnight Than It’s Been In 64 Years

The Doomsday Clock Is Closer To Midnight Than It’s Been In 64 Years

mag813 January 26, 2017 0

In case you needed to be reminded of our ever-impending hurtle towards oblivion, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ famed Doomsday Clock is in for its yearly tune-up. Since 1947, the organization has promoted

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Does It Come As A Surprise To Anyone That Vaping Is Getting Kids To Start Smoking?

Does It Come As A Surprise To Anyone That Vaping Is Getting Kids To Start Smoking?

mag813 January 26, 2017 0

Vaping is probably safer than traditional smoking, though scientists aren’t yet able to say for sure. Either way, they’ve been positioned as a less terrible alternative to regular cigarettes. But there’s a problem: A new study suggests many young vapers

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How Two Indian Snake Catchers Caught 14 Burmese Pythons in Two Weeks in Florida

How Two Indian Snake Catchers Caught 14 Burmese Pythons in Two Weeks in Florida

mag813 January 26, 2017 0

For years, Florida wildlife officials have struggled to tackle a growing problem in the Everglades: the invasive Burmese python, which devours the mammal population (like raccoons, opossum and rabbits) and out-competes native predators (such

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More People Are Employed by Solar Power Than All Fossil Fuels Combined

More People Are Employed by Solar Power Than All Fossil Fuels Combined

mag813 January 25, 2017 0

Some very exciting numbers concerning renewable energy have just been revealed in a recent jobs report. According to the report, which was released by the United States’ Department of Energy, more people in the Electric

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