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In search of peace? Maybe it's time to move to Iceland. According to the nonprofit Institute for Economics and Peace, the thinly populated island in the midst of the North Atlantic has retained its place as the most...
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Mickey Mouse posing for a picture with a visitor in Disneyland theme park.
Most of us are happy with being flung around in a roller coaster or spun high in a Ferris wheel. The rush of fear and the brief re-acquaintance with breakfast are part of the thrill. But when does a theme park ride stop...
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A flight information signboard shows the status of AirAsia flight QZ 8501 from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore at Changi Airport in Singapore December 28, 2014.
Aviation website AirlineRatings.com has just released its annual list of the world's 10 safest airlines.  Once again, Australian airline Qantas grabs the top spot.  "Qantas continues to...
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Sticking to a vegan diet could be one of the best ways to lose weight, according to a new study that suggests vegans lose an average of 2kg more on the short term than individuals on other diet plans. The review...
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relaxaion and sleeping
The availability of indoor tanning outside of tanning salons may promote risky use because of lax regulation, US researchers say. Outside of tanning salons, US women who tan indoors can often do so at gyms and health...

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Abdullah Mohamed Hani Zaher, 23, hopes for a fair trail as state prosecutors build their case...

Food

The word "festival" conjures plenty of unwelcome images: knee-deep...
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There's never been a better time to be a tourist.   Whether it's a...
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Meditation while excercising yoga 
Millions of yoga enthusiasts bent and twisted their bodies in complex postures...
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Society

, Tianna Swisher, a student at Liberty Valley Elementary School in Danville, Pa., attempts to drink from the water fountain at Montour Preserve near Washingtonville, Pa., during an outdoor field trip. Fluoride in drinking water, credited with dramatically cutting cavities and tooth decay, may now be too much of a good thing. It's causing spots on some kids' teeth. The federal government announced Monday, April 27, 2015, that it is lowering the recommended level of fluoride in drinking water for the first time in more than 50 years. (Bill Hughes/Press-Enterprise via AP, File)
 
 Phone-based surveys show that nearly four of every 10 kids and teens in...
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