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Kids lifted by singular moms selecting motherhood thrive, says study

The kids are all right. Children in single-mother-by-choice families do just as good as those in two-parent families, says a new study. There were no poignant differences in the children’s contentment and function or parental highlight between those two family types, reported investigators at the Centre of Expertise on Gender …

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Here’s what’s on TV on the Fourth of July

It’s Independence Day, so let leisure ring — and your TV blare. If you’d rather stay out of the object and be a cot potato than watch fireworks, the Jul 4th choice has stars and stories of every stripe. Watch American classical “Independence Day” all day Jul 4th. 6 A.M. …

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Real-deal pizza entices at this Flatbush B sight stop

In the Flatbush-Ditmas Park territory of Brooklyn, Newkirk Plaza is the name of both the B sight stop and the outside walking selling mall right on top of it, which non-stop in 1913. Recently renovated, currently the place has a brew of folk art, plenty benches, and old and new …

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James Franco used McDonald’s pursuit to collect up women

You wish thighs with that? In his gaunt and inspired days as a struggling actor James Franco worked at McDonald’s and used his pursuit to meet women. “I got a couple dates from the drive-thru window,” the 39-year-old actor told W magazine. He combined that the encounters didn’t lead to …

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People are now snorting chocolate to get high

It really is nose candy. Coco Loko — a “snortable” mix of cacao powder, plants and organic compounds like ginkgo biloba, taurine and guarana — is getting hum as a drug-free high. Legal Lean, the builder of Willy Wonka-style snuff, was desirous by a European trend. “At first, we was …

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Republicans ask for ‘Obamacare horror stories’ but it backfires

Careful what you ask for. Indiana Republicans invited Americans to share “Obamacare horror stories” on social media and the attempt immediately backfired. Reports on the Affordable Care Act were so overwhelmingly intense and positive, it was indeed frightful — yet only to opponents of the federally mandated health caring policy …

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Ice Bucket Challenge creator gets ALS medical bills covered

The man behind the Ice Bucket Challenge has perceived an escape of generosity. Pete Frates, 32, who’s hospitalized due to amyotrophic parallel sclerosis (ALS), will have one year of his medical bills covered by the ALS Association. In return for the boost in donations brought on by the plea that …

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