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Midlife depression may stem from tension with mothers and siblings, Iowa State study finds

(Iowa State University) Relationships with our mothers and siblings continue to have an effect on our well-being, particularly at midlife. A new study led by Iowa State University researcher Megan Gilligan found that tension with our mothers and siblings, similar to our spouses, is associated with symptoms of depression.

Polls Show Trump's Approval Rating Rose Enough That's He's No Longer the Least Popular President Ever

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The president may have recovered from his "both sides" comments on the protests in Charlottesville.

Watch Jimmy Kimmel Call Out the Co-Author of the Graham/Cassidy “Health Care” Bill

“Healthcare is complicated,” Jimmy Kimmel admitted on last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. “It’s boring. I don’t wanna talk about it!” But he keeps doing just that – first last May, with an emotional plea for fair health care coverage following his newborn son’s brush with death, and again last night, with a scathing monologue against […]

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"Unfortunately, the etiquette of the desert forbids you to ask the identity of any traveler whom you may meet. You may ask him where he is coming from, where he is going to, or questions of a similar nature, but you must on no account ask him who he is. Show More Summary

How Star Wars Is Expanding Its Online Presence With A New Science-Based Show

Bacta tanks are just one of the many topics explored on a new Star Wars show. All Images. Lucasfilm The Star Wars movies may get all the big headlines, but theatres are far from the only place the franchise is expanding. Official online...Show More Summary

Miggo Pictar One Plus Review (iPhone 6 Plus, 6S Plus, 7 Plus, 8 Plus)

Pictar may sound like a dinosaur, but it’s actually a clever solution to the modern day problem of awkwardly taking a one-handed selfie while trying not to drop your phone on your face. Not only does the Pictar One Plus camera grip case...Show More Summary

Secretary Mattis and US Defense Department May Be Preparing Electromagnetic Pulse Attack on North Korea (Video)

The United States may be preparing alternative military options for dealing with North Korea. Secretary Mattis hinted at kinetic technology on Tuesday while discussing the North Korea problem. Boeing has been working on electromagnetic pulse attack technology for several years. Show More Summary

May hopes to end cabinet disquiet with Brexit speech

British Prime Minister Theresa May will make an eagerly anticipated Brexit speech in Florence on Friday, seeking to unlock stalled negotiations with Brussels as well as quell divisions in her own cabinet. Six months after beginning the...Show More Summary

The Live Action Akira Movie May Have Finally Found Its New Director

After on again / off again negotiations with various directors, Warner Bros may have found the director for their live action Akira remake.

Project Cars developer Slightly Mad is apparently making a Fast and Furious game

Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios may have revealed that it’s working on a Fast and Furious game in the most bizarre way. Having just shipped Project Cars 2 – which has been reviewing well based on launch week scores – Slightly Mad CEO Ian Bell decided to spill the beans on the studio’s next […]

Thanks, Harvey: Home Base Of Houston Ballet And Grand Opera Will Be Closed Until At Least Next May

"The Wortham [Theater Center's] two theaters, which sit near the banks of Buffalo Bayou, took on up to 12 feet of water during the storm, which flooded its basement and required the removal of the stage floor of the Alice and George Brown Theater."

The Latest: Kerry charges Trump speech to UN was too harsh

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump and North Korea (all times local): 8:00 a.m. Former Secretary of State John Kerry says President Donald Trump's United Nations speech may have put America in isolation and danger. Appearing...Show More Summary

Schwarzenegger-backed startup takes on Tesla with new battery tech

Tesla may be the best-known electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer, but its grip on the industry isn't certain. The Elon Musk-founded company has plenty of competition, including the Austrian startup Kreisel Electric GmbH - backed by former California governor Arnold Schwarzeneggar and his nephew. Show More Summary

Google switches Done and Remove bookmark dialog actions in Chrome

If you are using Google Chrome, you may have noticed that Google switched the Done and Remove actions of the bookmark dialog recently in the browser. Chrome users may click on the bookmark star icon displayed in the browser's address bar to bookmark the page. Show More Summary

Jefferies Analyst Warns Tesla May Take Longer To Reach Profitability Than Expected, Stock Falls On Cue

An analyst for Jefferies by the name of Philippe Houchois has warned that Tesla's stock is highly overvalued, and that the company may end up rising far longer to achieve "profitability" than is commonly supposed Jefferies Analyst Warns...Show More Summary

The One Carb You Should Eat To Get Rid Of Belly Fat, According To Nutritionists

If you're on a diet, you may be avoiding carbs. However, you should really stop doing that right now. Some carbs are in fact good for you, and can even help you to lose any extra belly fat that's lingering around. There's even one carb...Show More Summary

How to disable SMBv1 to protect your Windows PC from malicious attacks

Your PC may be vulnerable to attacks — use this guide to disable the Server Message Block (SMB) version 1 (v1) protocol on Windows 10. Recent ransomware attacks, including WannaCry and Petya, both wreaked havoc on hundreds of thousands...Show More Summary

We Asked Real Estate Agents: What Are Buyer’s Biggest Design Turn-Offs?

We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. Shop a similar look: Floor Lamp | Pillows | Coffee Table The process of selling a home can feel like...Show More Summary

Consumer sentiment stat hints that bull market may be stalling out

65% of people believe stock prices will go up in the next year, according to a consumer sentiment survey. That's the highest level on record.        

Amazon: OK, So We May Have Emailed A Bunch Of People About Their Non-Existent Baby Registries

A section of the email Amazon mistakenly sent to customers. Photo Courtesy Maya Kosoff On Tuesday, numerous Amazon users noticed something strange. They'd received emails from the retailer notifying them "someone great recently purchased a gift from your baby registry!" More »      

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