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You can tell that the weather has changed, kids are back in school and fall is in the air. As a result of all of this, the mood has changed at the movies as the adult movies are here.
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This week there are two distinctly different movies out, but both really big hits. And movies that depending on who is watching them, will be viewed many times over.
As the seasons change, and cooler weather approaches along with shorter days people begin to burn candles, but research shows some candles are safer to burn than others. The most common wax used in candle-making, paraffin is made from fossil fuels, and in 2009, researchers found& [ ... ]
Today is Stand UpTo Cancer Day --Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day- National Chocolate Milkshake Day. In sports: The Tribe won the double header yesterday; on to Detroit for the weekend. The Browns host New Orleans this Sunday. Home Opener Last Night – Ravens hammered the Steele [ ... ]
You didn't just get a puppy because it was painfully adorable (though that probably didn't hurt.) Turns out, pets actually make us better people. We've known for a while that pets lower blood pressure and anxiety but now we know they also help increase empathy, leadership, and social engagement. Wanna be more charismatic? Try caring for something with paws!
While more than 20 years of science has looked at the health benefits humans reap from having a pet, including lowering blood pressure and anxiety and preventing allergies in kids, until now, not much research has been done on the impact animals have on their owners' character. This recent work found that caring for a pet increased empathy, leadership, and social engagement. "As the field of how human and animal health interact becomes more rigorous, people are starting to discover how important pets are in our lives," author Megan K. Mueller, who is a developmental psychologist and a professor at the Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine, tells Yahoo Shine.
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