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Long-term study shows why bullying is a public health problem

Bullying may be responsible for nearly 30% of cases of depression among adults, a new study suggests.<p>By tracking 2,668 people from early childhood through adulthood, researchers found that 13-year-olds who were frequent targets of bullies were three times more likely than their non-victimized peers …

My spoiled babies

Holiday returns scammers to cost retailers billions

In a week from now, disappointed Christmas revelers across the United States will start heading back out to stores to return items like the hideous …

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Samsung exec admits Galaxy Gear smartwatch 'lacks something special'

In an unusual bout of frankness, a Samsung official has acknowledged that the Galaxy Gear smartwatch lacks, you know, whatever the Korean is for <i>je ne sais quoi</i>. As reported by the <i>Korea Times</i>, the unnamed official said:<p>"We've acknowledged that our Gear lacks something special. With more investment …

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff? No Sweat

We're all familiar with the phrase, "Don't sweat the small stuff." Sure, the big stuff may merit a little sweat but certainly not the small stuff. I firmly believe in the value of this phrase, but on a day-to-day basis, I still sometimes become irked by minor annoyances, especially ones that feel …

Happiness

Being Married Could Improve Cancer Survival

By: Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer<p>Published: 09/23/2013 04:04 PM EDT on LiveScience<p>For people with cancer, being married may improve survival, a new study suggests.<p>In the study, married people with cancer were about 20 percent less likely to die over a three-year period compared to unmarried people …