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According to the A.C. Nielsen Co. (1998), the average American watches 3 hours and 46 minutes of TV each day (more than 52 days of nonstop TV-watching per year). By age 65 the average American will have spent nearly 9 years glued to the tube.... posted on Dec 28 2001, 238 reads

 


A few thousand years ago, rain forests covered about 14 percent of the Earth's land surface. Half of this has now been destroyed by people.... posted on Dec 27 2001, 274 reads

 


In the book "Your Emotions and Your Health" by Emrika Padas, Dr. Harold Wise argues that family togetherness is a crucial factor for the well-being of individuals. "For a million years people have lived in families, and only in the last hundred or so years have people split up."... posted on Dec 26 2001, 240 reads

 


Researchers at Harvard University found that the "let them cry" approach to child-rearing "harms the baby permanently," and "changes the nervous system so they're sensitive to future trauma."... posted on Dec 25 2001, 428 reads

 


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Sages have often said that we register deep rooted impressions from all our actions. On 60 Minutes, Dr. Farewell said that everything you do creates an imprint in your brain. See how they plan to differentiate the innocent from the guilty with 'Brain Fingerprinting': ... posted on Dec 22 2001, 297 reads

 


An organization in San Francisco allows you to travel and make a difference -- Airline Ambassadors. Started by a flight attendant, you can find more online:... posted on Dec 21 2001, 596 reads

 


The Earth is not perfectly round but is slightly flattened at the poles and bulges a little just south of the Equator.... posted on Dec 20 2001, 227 reads

 


Larry Scherwitz, a University of California psychologist, taped the conversations of nearly 600 men, a third of whom were suffering from heart disease, the rest of whom were healthy. Men who used the word "I", "me", and "mine" most often had the highest risk of heart trouble.... posted on Dec 19 2001, 306 reads

 

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