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Let Your Baby Cry Itself to Sleep, Says New Study

Baby crying again? Let them weep, says a new study.┬áSleep training is recommended for babies between three to five months in age. Researchers from Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, recently published a journal article in Pediatrics that gives new parents the OK to let their infants “cry it out” at bedtime. The study followed 43 […]

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New York and Berlin Art Auction Sites Announce Merger and Lay-Offs

Two key players in the burgeoning world of online art auctioning, New York-based Paddle8 and Berlin-based Auctionata, announced a merger earlier this month that could effectively boost both platforms’ reach and influence in the digital art world. At least 71% of all art collectors have purchased art online, and a recent survey of buyers ranked […]

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Tinder Sociologist Reveals the Science Behind the Swipe

Popular dating app Tinder has finally revealed the science behind online dating. Tinder pioneered the concept of swiping right or left according to your interest in a user’s profile picture, age, and description. Users swipe left if they do not have interest in the user, and they swipe right if they do. If they both […]

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Magnum Pulls Out All the Stops for First Flagship Store Opening in Soho

Magnum Ice Cream hosted an opening party for its latest flagship store in Soho on May 18. This is the first flagship store to open in the United States. The store opening featured a “dressy casual” dress code, a film crew, velvet ropes, and a bouncer checking IDs at the door. These are typical things […]

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New Video Game Encourages Outdoor Exercise for Kids

Children not getting enough exercise is a serious issue in the United States; rather than going outside and playing, kids are now spending over seven and a half hours a day staring at a screen. But some new video game developers want to change that by creating a game that encourages outdoor play. Featured in […]

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Older Americans Month Kicks Off With Special Events Nationwide

The month of May is recognized as Older Americans Month, and celebrations are underway. Senior living facilities around the U.S. will be holding special events all month long to recognize and celebrate seniors within their communities. Today, there are millions of seniors around the country being taken care of by approximately 65.7 million informal or […]

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Amazon Releases Record Quarterly Report, Thanks Cloud Computing For Its Success

Amazon has released its first quarterly report announcing the most profitable quarter in their 22 year tenure. The quarter ended March 31, and Amazon reported their net income at $513 million, with $1.07 per share. Just a year ago, they reported a loss of $57 million, and just 12 cents a share. Additionally the company’s […]

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The Global HVAC Market is Strong, But North America’s is Stronger

The global HVAC equipment market is growing at an exponential rate. According to a new market report from Credence Research Inc., the market is expected to exceed $125 billion by 2022. Reasons for the increase include innovative improvements to residential construction costs worldwide as well as strict government regulations advocating for the use of energy-efficient […]

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Missing iPad Goes on its Own Adventure

In April, Shelby Bonnie’s worst fear came true: he lost his iPad. After a red-eye flight from San Francisco to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Bonnie noticed his iPad was missing from his carry-on bag. Bonnie, an investment banker with Allen and Company, thought he’d never see the device again. As Bonnie decided to continue […]

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New Report Finds Medigap Enrollment On the Rise

The number of people using Medicare supplement insurance policies, or Medigap, increased in 2015, but overall the average cost of premium payments fell slightly. According to LifeHealthPro.com, analysts at the market intelligence agency Mark Farrah Associates (MFA) released a new report on last year’s enrollment and cost data for Medicare. “As of December 31, 2015, […]