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A new study says owning an iPhone automatically makes people think you're wealthy.
Expensive clothing accessories are no longer the best indicators of wealth, says a new study.A U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research study shows that people are more likely to look at the phone you’re using instead of the bag you’re toting. University of ...
 
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We shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, we tell ourselves, but apparently, the world can’t help it.
Did you know that it takes an average tenth of a second for human beings to form an impression about someone else’s character? With the knowledge of just how important first impressions are, researchers from the University of Toronto conducted a study ...
 
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Before this discovery, the closest known evidence of early humans in the Philippines was only 67,000 years old.
Nature.com has released a study revealing very crucial information about the first human inhabitants in the Philippines. At an excavation site in the Kalinga province in Luzon, researchers unearthed a remarkable find: 57 stone tools and over 400 bones of various animals, ...
 
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It might be time to downsize your children's toy collection.
No, you're not crazy for wanting to clear out your toddler's toy chest Mari Kondo-style. Scattered Lego pieces, Num Noms, and building blocks are the bane of most parents' existence — until now. A recent study is now giving parents a reason (er, an excuse) to downsize ...
 
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A new study reveals your childhood friends may have an impact on your intelligence later in life.
If you've always prided yourself on your intelligence, then you might have someone unexpected to thank: your best friends from childhood.A new study from a team of researchers has suggested that spending time with intelligent peers in childhood may have a lasting ...
 
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Grandma and Grandpa knew it all along.
When kids have good relationships with their grandparents, the benefits go way beyond warm fuzzy feelings or great Christmas presents. It turns out those close bonds affect how kids view the elderly in general. A new study, published in the journal Child Development, found ...
 
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A number of Asian countries are on top of the list.
Often, when talking about education, the attention is divided between the United States and the United Kingdom, home to some of the oldest and most esteemed educational institutions.But a recent study by HSBC reveals that it is parents in countries on the ...
 
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This is the best news we've ever heard.
Here's a case for setting up your tree and lights as early as possible: It could make you happier. And since there's no such thing as being too happy, everyone should listen up."In a world full of stress and anxiety, people like ...
 
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Turns out there's an ideal upper-to-lower lip ratio.
In the age of the selfie, more women than ever are looking for ways to perfect their pouts—which might be why a record-breaking 27,400 lip implants were performed in the United States in 2015, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. ...
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