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Want to lose weight? Order Dessert first

It's hard being a person who really loves dessert.  Not because it's bad for you.  Because you have to sit through your entire meal before you can eat it.  But maybe that doesn't have to be the case . . . A new study found that ordering your dessert...

15 New Etiquette Rules for Communicating on Social Networks

I need to send this list to my mom immediately, and a few of my friends.  Someone came up with 15 new rules for communication in the digital age that we should all start following.  See how many of these you agree with . . . Don't randomly FaceTime people.  If you...

Luke Perry is Recovering from a Stroke

LUKE PERRY suffered a stroke on Wednesday . . . ironically the same day as the announcement of a "90210" revival that he's apparently NOT taking part in. Perry's been in the hospital since Wednesday morning.  Yesterday, his rep said he's, quote, "under...

The Wu-Tang Clan Will Celebrate Their 25th Anniversary with a Tour

The WU-TANG CLAN did a pair of shows earlier this year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their debut album "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)". And now they're extending that anniversary with a tour. They're kicking it off in Sterling Heights, Michigan on May 31st....

62% of People Have an Enemy at Work, here’s the top 5 reasons

There's nothing like going to work every day knowing there's someone waiting there for you who just flat out HATES you. According to a new survey, 62% of people say they have an ENEMY at work. Our work enemies are usually the same age as us or older . . . the same...

New Music from Badflower, Susto, Dream Theater, and Gary Clark Jr.

• "This Land", Gary Clark Jr.  It includes his song "Pearl Cadillac". • "OK, I'm Sick", the debut album from the L.A. rock band Badflower • "Ever Since I Lost My Mind", the indie rock band Susto • "Distance Over Time", the 14th album from prog rockers Dream Theater •...

A Life-Changing Amount of Money Is . . . Just $19,800

Quick, how much money would you need to get for it to be LIFE-CHANGING? $100,000? $1 million? More? Nope. Apparently it's a lot less. According to a new survey, the average American says the amount of money they'd call life-changing is . . . just $19,800. And that's...