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How Judy, a 48-year-old real-life newspaper executive, came home

Few people get the chance to meet their readers and tell them why their book is great, but it's almost like coming home to a loved one at an event. When Judith was a...

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Instagram silences veggies? It’s time to fix it

By Ashley Hurwitz, for CNN • Updated 20th May 2017 We're bombarded with new food trends on Instagram every day, but one grown woman may have hit the nail on the head after she...

Once-endangered NYC breastfeeding rights could save countless lives

A few years ago, a paper named “the rule” put an end to the world of moms who “assumed all would be fine if they just breastfed until the baby was breastfed.” News articles...

Canadian prisoners on China’s ‘blacklist’ among detainees freed by Beijing

This article is over 4 months old Mike Zimmer and Kevin Garratt freed after serving jail sentences for spying at remote Chinese prison A Canadian couple found guilty in China of spying are among...

How to lead an affluent life with your finances

Want to lead an affluent life? Here are the strategies to tackle the biggest expenses in your budget From clothes to travel, finance is one of the biggest expenses in your budget. You want...

#SquidGame 2: The mysterious cult series is back with teasers, and they’re bloody

SKY International Drama. The winners of the second season of South Korea's Netflix hit "Squid Game" have released 10 new teasers for their next series and, like the previous titles of the show, they...

With these two, are celebrities now helping spread the lies about vaccines?

Question: Last year, two prominent men in the anti-vaccine movement appeared on Larry King Live to promote the anti-vaccine doctor Andrew Wakefield’s book — The Autism Omnibus. The book claims that vaccines cause autism....

After Speaker of Afghan Parliament’s Failed Effort to Reach Out to Taliban, He Walks Out of Human Rights Council Meeting

The departure of the Speaker of the Afghan Parliament, Mohammad Arif Qaderi, from an informal meeting at the United Nations Human Rights Council follows a recent Taliban statement that the group recognized the outcomes...

Snopes isn’t above lying, researcher finds. Read this video | Critical Underscore: Unaccountable Culture

This article originally appeared on Critical Underscore: Unaccountable Culture. A recent study showed that people are more likely to believe lies when other people endorse them. And according to Proofreads, a fact-checking and citation...

Are tablet use and TV bad for children?

Our research at Fondapol, the world's largest children's ID database based on 19 years of behaviour data, found that the happiest kids are 'cordial' kids. That’s what we’ve found from looking at how they...

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