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  • Gene-edited food is coming, but will shoppers buy?Associated Press
  • Louisiana airport offering 'Gator Selfie' opportunitiesUPI
  • Children take after their mothers' romantic habits, study findsTelegraph
  • Fathers favor sons, mothers favor daughters, across economic scalesUPI
  • I married my 16-year-old hologram because she can’t cheat or ageNY Post
  • Smartphones raising a mentally fragile generationAFP
  • A third of all food worldwide is wasted before it reaches the plateTelegraph
  • Three dogs ride motorcycle with owner -- VideoUPI
  • Dog waits for 80 days where owner diedBBC
  • Cutting your time on social media to 30 minutes a day reduces your risk of depression and lonelinessBusiness Insider
  • Limiting Social Media Use Could Reduce Loneliness And DepressionInquisitr
  • Posting Selfies Frequently On Social Media Increases Narcissism In PeopleStudy Finds
  • Facebook encourages teenage girls to befriend middle-aged menTelegraph
  • Vitamin D and Fish Oils Are Ineffective for Preventing Cancer and Heart DiseaseNew York Times
  • Video of 'pushy' dad helping son save goal goes viralBBC
  • A New Breed of Innkeepers for the Airbnb EraWall Street Journal
  • This simple trick will make any glass of wine taste betterBusiness Insider
  • Nearly 1 in 10 Americans struggles to control sexual urgesUPI
  • $4,300-per-night male escort reveals what women really wantNY Post
  • Video Shows the Terrifying Drive to Escape Massive Fire in Paradise, CaliforniaGizmodo
  • Number of Americans practicing yoga, meditation surged in last six yearsUPI
  • Stephen Hawking's wheelchair sells for $393,000 at auctionAssociated Press
  • Parents have posted 1300 photos of their children by the time they’re 13MIT Tech Review
  • 69-year-old man starts legal bid to become 20 years youngerCNN
  • More Americans are meditating than ever before, as mindfulness goes mainstreamCNBC
  • Couple spends $10K pampering pet squirrelNY Post
  • Self-driving cars could function as moving brothelsTelegraph
  • Reckless woman backs car into liquor storeNY Post
  • Rare albino raccoon spotted in backyardUSA Today
  • Catfight breaks out at Miss Bumbum contest over fake butt accusationNY Post
  • Baby bear ‘bearly’ makes it up this steep mountain -- Viral VideoNY Post
  • iPhone Owners Happier, Have More Money, Friends Than Android UsersStudy Finds
  • New Zealand fisherman pulls 18-month-old baby from sea alive in 'freakish miracle'Telegraph
  • People who are overweight get paid less, according to a new studyBusiness Insider
  • Spanking Is Ineffective and Harmful to ChildrenNew York Times
  • What it means for couples to go 'unicorn hunting' — and why it usually doesn't end wellBusiness Insider
  • New zip line to send riders soaring above Las Vegas Strip — VIDEOLAS VEGAS REVIEW
  • The three-day British Airways flight from hell has finally landed in LondonNY Post
  • This $400 stationary bike desk lets me get work done and a workout at the same timeBusiness Insider
  • 3 signs that Biblical prophecies about end of world are 'coming true'Mirror
  • Relaxation Guide For Stressful TimesWall Street Journal
  • Despite crackdown, 'junk news' still flourishes on social mediaPhys.org
  • Daylight saving time ends SundayVOX
  • Is It Still Thanksgiving If You Don’t Serve Turkey?Wall Street Journal
  • Rich Americans eat more fast foodFox News
  • TSA gives green light to test new technology that can screen passengers from 25 feet awayLA Times
  • How ‘space babies’ could help save humanityMarketwatch
  • Nearly 60 Percent Of Long-Distance Relationships Wind Up A SuccessStudy Finds
  • Study: Flashing Lights, Catchy Sounds In Casinos Lead Gamblers To Take More RisksStudy Finds
  • Scientists may have found the key ingredient for a universal flu vaccine, and it comes from llamasLA Times
  • Bug repellent made from coconut oil works better than DEET, government study saysUSA Today
  • Here are the cities where the most people live aloneUSA Today
  • Prince Charles has his shoelaces ironed every morningNY Post
  • Air pollution is making our children dumberQuartz
  • Porn star gives college students 'Intro to BDSM' trainingThe College Fix
  • Why It’s Difficult to Find Organic PorkBloomberg
  • Why Sports Parents Sometimes Behave So BadlyNew York Times
  • Man eats soup directly from supermarket hot barNY Post
  • Italy's populist government plans to reward fertile families with state land in bid to boost birth rateTelegraph
  • Hunter shot in the back by his dogNY Post
  • The most popular Halloween candy in every US stateBusiness Insider
  • Moon Rocks Sell For $1 Million At Sotheby’s AuctionInquisitr
  • Greedy parents are ruining Halloween for the kidsNY Post
  • Video shows toddlers in "fight club" at St. Louis daycareCBS News
  • UFO frenzy as mystery object hurtles across moon in ‘clearest video evidence EVER’Daily Star
  • Saudi Arabia arrests 17 women for taking part in Halloween partyMirror
  • Medical students 'raised on screens lack skills for surgery'Guardian
  • Listening to too much Christmas music is bad for your healthThe Independent
  • Why Can’t I Stop Eating Halloween Candy? Science Reveals WhyInquisitr
  • Ocean Shock: Fish flee for cooler waters, flipping lives in U.S. SouthReuters
  • How America Became a Nation of Yoga PantsBloomberg
  • A 'mind-boggling' telescope observation has revealed the point of no return for our galaxy's monster black holeBusiness Insider
  • US troops drink capital city’s entire beer supply in one weekendNY Post
  • DEA warns of drug-laced Halloween treatsKMOV
  • Harvard researchers: Humans may have come from spaceSF GATE
  • Man plays piano to soothe ailing, blind elephants at sanctuaryCBS News
  • Pick up poo or we take the dog: Chinese city rolls out 'social credit' system for pet ownersTelegraph
  • 1.1 kg and 5,655 carats: An emerald like no other has been unearthed in ZambiaCNN
  • Woman who had sex with 20 ghosts is now engaged to a spiritNY Post
  • Study: Unselfish People Earn Higher Salaries, Have More ChildrenStudy Finds
  • Wild animal population has plunged 60 percent since 1970: reportThe Hill
  • Restaurants Shrink as Food Delivery Apps Get More PopularBloomberg
  • Valedictorians rarely become rich and famous — here's why the average millionaire's college GPA is 2.9Business Insider
  • I just turned 50 — here are 10 life lessons I wish I'd learned a decade agoBusiness Insider
  • A New Target in the Fight Against Plastic: Paper CupsWall Street Journal
  • China’s Military Sends More Scholars Abroad, at Times Without Schools’ KnowledgeWall Street Journal
  • Climate change is redrawing mapsAXIOS
  • Harvard weighs more than 200 variables from applicants. Here’s how you can get inBoston Globe
  • Bill Of The Month: A $48,329 Allergy Test Is A Lot Of ScratchNPR
  • Microdoses Of Psychedelic 'Magic Mushrooms' Enhance CreativityStudy Finds
  • This Japanese cruise attendant’s job is to help Westerners feel comfortable bathing naked around a bunch of strangersBusiness Insider
  • Minnesota Youth Football Game Ends When Parents Brawl On The Sidelines, Someone Fires A GunInquisitr
  • Here are the most over-the-top gifts on Neiman Marcus' guide for the ultra-wealthyBusiness Insider
  • Silicon Valley nannies are phone police for kidsSF GATE
  • Drowning kangaroo rescued by policeBBC
  • Killer cats: The invasive species in your backyardCBS News
  • The Sport Where You Kick a Hole in OneWall Street Journal
  • Your Local Haunted Corn Maze Is Infuriating the NeighborsBloomberg
  • McLaren Speedtail: A 250-mph hypercar hyperboleCNET
  • Doctors to start prescribing museum visitsMedical Xpress
  • Alcohol helps you remember good times and not the bad ones, study saysDaily Mail
  • A Massachusetts Church Goes Up In Flames But A Painting Of Jesus Remains UntouchedInquisitr
  • Chinese dog owners are being assigned a social credit score to keep them in check — and it seems to be workingBusiness Insider
  • Study Offers New Hope for English MajorsWall Street Journal
  • Altria to Stop Selling Some E-Cigarette Brands That Appeal to YouthsNew York Times
  • Outrageous photos show how the kids of billionaires spend their parents' fortunesBusiness Insider
  • 'Liquid gold': students make world's first brick out of human urineGuardian
  • Mom's voice makes better smoke alarm for childrenBBC
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