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They Lost Their Loved Ones to COVID. Then They Heard from Them Again

When Ian and Michelle Horne got married, he wore a purple tie on their wedding day because it was her favorite color. Then came the pandemic.

In fall of ...


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Are We Trading Our Happiness for Modern Comforts?

One of the greatest paradoxes in American life is that while, on average, existence has gotten more comfortable over time, happiness has fallen. According ...


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Writer Searches for Reassurance During Pandemic

Stressed out by the overwhelming events caused by the coronavirus in her city, New York City resident Gabrielle Bellot has a thirst for reassurance that ...


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The Dream Bridesmaid, for Hire

Luke Winkie writes on Vox.com:

Jen Glantz is there for women on the biggest day of their lives—for about $2,000 a wedding. The 31-year-old entrepreneur ...

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Tennis Victor Offers Empathy to Opponent

After Naomi Osaka defeated Coco Gauss in the third round of the US Open tennis tournament, she did something that inspired fans and viewers around the ...


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Researchers Find an Easy Way to Lower Blood Pressure

Researchers recruited 102 undergraduate students who were in “committed romantic relationships.” To begin the test, they watched cute nature ...


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Movie Assassin Portrayal Driven by Actor’s Real Grief

In an interview, actor Keanu Reeves, star of the ultra-violent action thriller John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, offered a nugget of insight into ...


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The Atheist Who Misses Heaven

Simon Davis, writing for Religion News Service, tells us, “Since atheist blogger Martin Hughes left Christianity, he hasn’t missed believing ...


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Neurosurgeon Stitches up Stuffed Bear at Young Patient’s Request

Daniel McNeely is a pediatric neurosurgeon in Halifax, Nova Scotia, so he’s used to fielding questions from nervous parents and patients. But it ...


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Why We Become So Attached to Our Belongings

Our excessively materialistic culture has not gone unnoticed by researchers. Journalist and author Francine Russo offers a roundup of the primary research ...


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