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Your New Car Is Spying on You

Bad news, your car is a spy. If your vehicle was made in the last few years, you’re probably driving around in a data-harvesting machine that may ...


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Smartphones and Distracted Drivers

It’s frustrating to public safety officials that there is so little publicly available data on the role that smartphones play in distracting drivers ...


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Why the British Couldn’t Watch TV at 6PM

At 6 PM every day televisions in Britain would go blank. The next one hour would be frantic. Parents would scoop their kids off the living room couch, ...


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How Anxiety Became Popular

In an article in The Atlantic, Derek Thompson explores “How Anxiety Became Content.” He reveals that this new “genre” on social ...


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NYC Declares Social Media a Health Hazard

New York City Health Commissioner Ashwin Vasan, acting under the authority of mayor Eric Adams, recently issued a public health advisory designating social ...


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The Wedding Business Misses the Point

A beautiful wedding does not a wonderful marriage make. We know that and yet many couples get drawn into the business of weddings and the price tag can ...


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Improve Your Odds for a Successful Marriage

Research professor Scott Stanley at the University of Denver writes:

A substantial number of practicing Christians believe that living together before ...

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The False Path to Self-Improvement

An Aperture video goes into some depth as to how the promises of self-help and New Age teachings fail to deliver what the individual truly needs. The ...


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Delay Giving Kids Phones for Happier Lives

How old should a child be before getting their first cell phone? There’s only one correct answer if you want them to lead happier, more successful ...


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Most Americans Yearn for a Pre-Internet World

A new poll has found 77% of middle-aged Americans between 35 and 54 years old want to return to a time before society was always “plugged in,” ...


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