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Daily Archives: September 11, 2017

All The Big TV Shows That Were Recently Cancelled

Veep HBO’s critical darling Veep is coming to an end, though thankfully not until after Season 7 has aired, with those final ten episodes set for 2018, presumably in the summer. It was interesting to see Veep handle its sixth season in the political climate that was birthed after Donald Trump was elected President, and even though we would easily ...

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Will There Be a Sequel to It?

Stephen King’s It clocks in at a whopping 1,138 pages. The 1986 novel, which follows supernatural events in the fictional Maine town of Derry, spans over 30 years and two timelines—one taking place between 1957-1958, the second between 1984-1985. The first features its protagonists—a ragtag group of teenagers who call themselves the Losers’ Club—battling a malevolent evil force that most ...

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Why Selena Gomez Feels Like She Has ‘No Friends’

Even Selena Gomez gets lonely. Sure, she’s the most-followed person on Instagram with over 100 million followers, and she has an A-list social circle that most of us would dream of, but she still experiences the same feelings of isolation that many people do. In a wide-ranging new interview with Business of Fashion, Gomez opened up her mental health: a ...

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The Best Library In Every State

No disrespect to your e-reader or anything, but nothing beats curling up with an actual book. There’s just something about the smell of dusty pages, the crack of a new spine and a bookshelf filled with old favorites. Not to mention how a real book will never run out of batteries. Even better? Get yourself a library card and the ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Derek Peth & Taylor Nolan on Engagement, Resisting Love & How ‘BIP’'s Hiatus Nearly Split Them Up

“Originally we were like, ‘This is fun, but we’re in different states,’” added Peth. “We tried to be realistic and then it turned out I couldn’t stay away from her.” FaceTiming “every other hour” and even introducing her best friend to Peth on one of the calls, Nolan said that she was making plans to visit Peth in Iowa right ...

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Desk job could double the risk of premature death

A study of almost 8,000 people found those who sat for long periods were up to twice as likely to die over the next four years.  Regularly sitting for one to two hours at a time can be deadly – regardless of exercise.  Those who kept their sitting bouts to less than 30 minutes had the lowest risk of death. ...

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Dark chocolate with olive oil associated with improved cardiovascular risk profile

Notes to editor Sources of funding: This research was supported by the project: “Valorizzazione nutraceutica di prodotti tipici toscani in alimenti innovativi a base di cacao -TOSCOLATA® – (PRAF) 2014-2015 Regione Toscana Italia”. Disclosures: None References and notes:(1) The abstract “Extra virgin olive oil and apples enriched-dark chocolate consumption and endothelial function: a randomized crossover trial in patients with cardiovascular risk factors” ...

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