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EU RESEARCH BODY REPORTS LOW RISK OF POVERTY IN MALTA
  Compared to other European Union nations, a new study published by Eurostat, the statistics body of EU, states that the risk of poverty in Malta is low. Employed people aged 18 and above were at 5.8 percent at risk of poverty. It was 3.8 percent below the EU average and the eighth with the l
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HOME PRICES ESCALATE TOO FAST THAT YOUNG BUYERS TURN TO PARENTS FOR HELP
  In different parts of the world, house price is one issue that young buyers such as the millennial are grappling with. The Wall Street Journal reported that in Hong Kong, because home prices are going up faster than household income, young buyers seek some financial assistance from their parent
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TUBERCULOSIS RATES IN ENGLAND DOWN BY 1/3 IN 6 YEARS
    BBC reported that tuberculosis rates in England had gone down by one-third in six years. It is currently at its lowest level in 35 years. Experts attributed the drop to improved diagnosis, treatment, and awareness. Public Health England data said there was a 38 percent drop since 20
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HOW COHABITATION FACTORS INTO PERSONALITY CHANGES AND MENTAL HEALTH
  You'd probably be rather surprised to find out just how much cohabitation in and of itself can affect your own mental health on a biological level. We're not just talking about the germs you encounter from your partner or roommate. This is more about the physiological phenomenon of how diseases
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KILLER PYTHONS MAKE BETTER PARENTS THAN MOST ANIMALS
  Pythons have a reputation even in comparison to many other ruthless animals for being cold-blooded killers, pun intended, but it would appear that they, nonetheless, are at least as good at parenting as many humans if not more so. We tend to raise our children well into their teens, perhaps eve
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THE MEANINGFUL SCIENCE OF LAUGHTER
  Giggle doctors may not sound like a real thing, or at least, you might think they only exist in cartoon form or on some sort of film set; either way, you'll be surprised to find that they're actually quite real. If that surprised you, it's likely to presume that you'll be even more surprised to
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STUDY DEBUNKS PRISONER MYTH FOR MARRIED MEN
  A new study released by the Institute for Family Studies claimed that men benefit from being married. It debunked the image of marriage as a ball and chain or prison for men. The research said that the benefits of marriage are substantial by every conceivable measure. It includes money, a be
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AVERAGE FOOD WASTE IS $2,300 A YEAR FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR
  There are a lot of hungry people around the world, yet there is a lot of food wastage going around. A study estimated that food waste for a family of four averages $2,300 a year. The figure came from Jason Nguyen, a registered dietitian and nutritionist with the Monongalia Health Department,
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THE HUMAN INSTINCT PHENOMENON: SELF-DOMESTICATION, PART 2
  The self-domestication hypothesis, as investigated by Cedric Boeckx's research team and explored in our previous installment in The Human Instinct Phenomenon, considers the likelihood that, without another animal to domesticate us, we must've domesticated ourselves. Domestication is marked by c
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ZOO VETERINARIAN SAYS TESTOSTERONE COULD BE REASON WHY LIONESS GREW A MANE
  Oklahoma City Zoo officials were puzzled why Bridget, an 18-year-old lioness born in 1999, suddenly grew a mane which is a feature of male lions. Although the animal was not bothered by the head hair and did not faze Tia, her half-sister, and Hubert, a young male lion, the zoo's veterinarian, n
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