New moms seek validation on Facebook

If you’re a new mom, the frequency of your Facebook posts about your new child may reveal a lot about your need for personal validation as a good or perfect mother. That’s according to a recent study by researchers at Ohio State University. In fact, for some new moms, if they don’t get the “likes” […]

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Bonnie and Clyde fascinate online

It was on this date 82 years ago that a deadly crime spree led by two outlaws ended in a hail of bullets. On May 23, 1934, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were killed in an ambush on a lonely stretch of Louisiana State Highway 154 near Gibsland. Six officers unloaded their automatic rifles, shotguns […]

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Swearing may be sign of intelligence

Apparently, dropping F-bombs and other expletives in conversation is a sign that you’re highly intelligent. According to a study published in November and making the digital rounds in recent weeks, people who use swear words tend to have better verbal skills than those whose language is a bit cleaner (bit.ly/1Wv2OVf). Now, before you say “***** […]

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Online video reveals ‘spark of life’

The evidence for the so-called “spark of life” has taken portions of the Internet by storm. In case you’ve missed the stories, researchers at the Chicago campus of Northwestern University were able to capture on film the exact moment life begins once a sperm meets an egg. “An explosion of tiny sparks erupts from the […]

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How To Test For RBF Online

Thanks to the Internet and science, we’re finally learning the cause of a facial expression commonly associated with rich celebrities, spoiled entertainers and other people who often appear in front of the paparazzi. To be delicate here, the syndrome is called, “Resting B**** Face,” or “RBF,” and it has been a popular meme on the […]

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