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Philadelphia Tops This Year’s List of the Most Facial Hair-Friendly Cities in America

It’s a complicated time for people sporting facial hair. While one recent study claims beards make people healthier and more attractive, there’s also research that suggests they’re a magnet for germs. No matter the risks and rewards, bearded and mustachioed

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Most Misspelled Words

Last summer, just ahead of America’s national spelling bee, Google released a list of words that people in each state didn’t know how to spell. Google Labs came up with its list by looking at the most searched “how to spell” words

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Lunchtime Trivia Tuesday, November 14

Your Lunchtime Trivia Question today went south of the border for some interesting statistics to try to put your mind to the test.   The Question was: This survey says 42% of Americans have this in common and is up

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New Blood Pressure Guidelines In US

The American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology and nine other health professional organizations issued new blood pressure guidelines Monday which has increased the number of Americans with high blood pressure by 14% to 46% of all of the US

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