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'Game of Thrones' ice hotel in Finland

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Winter is coming but at least it has room service in Finland! Life_Style Rss

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The life and career of fashion designer Gianni Versace

The life and career of fashion designer Gianni Versace A staple in the fashion world from the 1970s until his tragic murder in 1997, Italian designer Gianni Versace lived a life full of colorful and daring fashion choices, art appreciation, ...

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Poor sleep poses mental health risk for most NYC high schoolers

If you don’t snooze, you probably lose. Three in four city high school students aren’t getting enough sleep — and the lack of rest may be causing them mental health problems, a city report out Wednesday said. A 2015 survey ...

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Steak-umm earns Twitter verification after long-waged campaign

Steak-umm, the “frozen beef sheets” company, began its battle for verification last August when the brand’s head of social media started using memes to garner attention. The Pennsylvania-based food firm tweeted about its hard-earned victory for verification on Monday. “OPERATION ...

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Pennsylvania dog had $50G life-saving heart surgery in France

A Pennsylvania Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is healing nicely after being flown to France for life-saving surgery that came with a hefty price tag. The dog, Sophie, of Levittown in Bucks County, needed a repair to her mitral valve. The ...

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Stock market growth means it’s time to rebalance your portfolio

A problem of sustained market growth is having to rebalance portfolios to original target allocations by selling good investments. Howard Hook Last year, 2017, marked the ninth straight year that the U.S. stock market closed higher than the previous year. ...

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Everything you need to know about the 2018 Women's March

The Women’s March is back — with a new focus. Last year’s Women’s March on Washington, D.C., and other cities was the largest single-day protest in American history, but for 2018, the event is focusing on registering voters and re-energizing ...

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Google app matches your selfies with famous paintings

A recent update to a Google app promises to find your fine art doppelganger, yielding strikingly similar and sometimes hilarious results. The Google Arts & Culture app searches a database of thousands of artworks from around the world to match ...

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Top 10 coffee cities in America

[unable to retrieve full-text content]These cities aren’t for your average cup o’ joe, but rather the best of the best. Take a look through to see the top 10 coffee cities in America. Life_Style Rss

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Anxiety could be an early indicator of Alzheimer's disease

Anxiety symptoms could be a warning sign of Alzheimer’s disease years before any symptoms of impairment are noticed, according to new research published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Scientists have long studied risk factors — like depression — that ...

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