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Teens learn marriage contempt from the pros—their parents

Teens learn marriage contempt from the pros—their parents

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Family | Fewer than half of American 17 year-olds are being raised by both biological parents in an intact family, the most devastating casualty in the marriage battle…

No big bangs in Ham on Nye science showdown

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Science | Much-anticipated creation-evolution debate offered nothing new and little excitement

No GMOs in new Cheerios

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Food | General Mills stirred a decades-old controversy earlier this month when it announced it would begin producing Cheerios that are free of genetically modified…

Absent fathers, absent faith

Absent fathers, absent faith

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Culture | Nearly one-fourth of all children in the United States today live in homes without a father. At the same time, the percentage of Americans who consider…

The dangers of a Rocky Mountain high

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Health | The serious health risks of marijuana get little publicity these days amidst the euphoria of those who championed the legalization of recreational use now in…

Ice-bound scientists get first-hand global warming lesson

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Science | A Chinese helicopter on Thursday rescued passengers from a ship stuck in Antarctic sea ice for nine days, sparking discussion about scientists’ questionable…

What’s the deal with fruitcake?

What’s the deal with fruitcake?

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Food | Johnny Carson, former host of the The Tonight Show , once joked that fruitcake is so bad that only one exists, and it just keeps getting re-gifted. But before…

Hearing loss takes the fun out of loud toys

Hearing loss takes the fun out of loud toys

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Health | It only takes 15 minutes of playtime for a loud toy—anything 100 decibels (dB) or louder, about the volume of a jackhammer—to damage a child’s hearing,

How dads affect kids’ brain function

How dads affect kids’ brain function

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Science | The absence of a father during childhood development may cause defects in a child’s brain structure that can lead to social and behavioral impairments,

Fossil finding shakes evolutionary theories

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Science | Creationists question Darwinian explanations of a recent DNA discovery

Turkey talk: White vs. dark meat, when to thaw, and other facts

Turkey talk: White vs. dark meat, when to thaw, and other facts

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Food | Before you chow down on your Thanksgiving dinner this year, here are some interesting turkey facts to chew on, brought to you by the wonderful world of…

Life on other planets? Evidence is shaky, at best

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Science | Earlier this month, a report based on findings by NASA’s Kesler spacecraft made news when it claimed that Earth-like, habitable planets are surprisingly…

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