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SCIENCE CONFIRMS: Men Are Petrified Of Smart Women

A recent study found that while men like the idea of dating a smart woman, when it comes to the reality of it, they're not interested. And when a woman is better at a task than they are, they feel like less of a man. They also tended to rate the woman as less attractive…

4 In 10 Adult Americans Still Sleep With Teddy Bear

Four in ten adult Americans still sleep with a teddy bear at night. More than half of the survey participants admit OWNING a stuffed animal, and 40 percent indicated the toy joins them at bedtime. 56 percent of those polled said that they’ve held onto their favorite stuffed animal from childhood for at least two…

Sam's Club Waives Membership Fees To Help Irma Victims

Sam's Clubs in the Bay Area are temporarily waiving membership fees to help those affected by Hurricane Irma. All club locations in the Bay Area have reopened and are now open to non-members. Sam's Club says its priority is to identify the best ways to serve the communities.

Irma: Eight People Dead at Nursing Home That Lost Power During Hurricane

Eight patients have died inside a sweltering Florida nursing home, following Hurricane Irma. A criminal investigation has been opened into the nursing home deaths, but authorities believe the deaths are heat-related, because the facility lost air conditioning during the power outage. Police initially got a 911 call yesterday about a heart attack from the facility.…

Lightning, Panthers, NHL Combine And Donate $2.7 Million To Irma Fund

As the recovery from Hurricane Irma begins in Florida, the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Florida Panthers, the NHL and the NHL Players Association announced they would join together for a $2.7 million donation to the relief fund. The NHL and the NHLPA combined to donate $200,000 to the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity…

Occasional Drink While Pregnant May NOT Be Harmful...

Expectant moms may not have any reason to feel guilty about drinking an occasional glass of wine. Researchers from the University of Bristol say there’s actually very little evidence that a glass of wine every now and then has a negative effect on a fetus. Of course, excessive drinking is known to be quite harmful…