Want to lower your stress levels at the office? Take your dog to work. Research finds employees who do so not only experience less angst during the day, but their co-workers could benefit from Fido’s presence too.
When President Obama’s healthcare law was upheld by the Supreme Court, some infuriated people had a rather amusing response: they vowed to move to Canada, a country where socialized medicine is the law of the land.
As news broke on Thursday about a report on the sex abuse scandal that’s rocked Penn State, those on the university campus who gathered around TVs in the student center to watch the announcement found they weren’t able to — because those televisions suddenly switched to a public access channel instead.
If you’ve ever been to a bar, you’ve likely had a bouncer check your ID to be sure you’re old enough to drink. But since IDs can be faked, some bouncers in the UK have a new screening method: they’re checking your Facebook account, too.
After Monday night’s emotional performances during which the dancers did tributes to memorable periods in their lives, it seems almost cruel to cut someone — but the merciless ax of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ must fall.
Whose head rolled across the ballroom, never to cha-cha again?
While Wednesday’s roll-out of the generation of Apple’s new iPad didn’t have quite the fanfare of prior events helmed by the company’s late co-founder, Steve Jobs, that doesn’t mean people weren’t paying attention.
Here’s a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Jon Bon Jovi Age: 50 Occupation: Singer, Songwriter, Musician and Philanthropist Known For: Heading up the band Bon Jovi, whose chart-topping singles include ‘You Give Love a Bad Name,’ ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ and ‘Bad Medicine,’ earning an Oscar nomination for the song ‘Blaze of Glory,’ founding community pay-what-you-can restaurant JBJ Soul Kitchen, and somehow being even hotter now than he was 25 years ago
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