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Taller women may live longer.

Taller women may live longer, according to a new study — but this isn’t the case for men

One theory is that old age is related to shrinkage, which has been associated with various health problems.

People with type A personalities attract narcissists, but a relationship between the two is a recipe for disaster

Type As tend to over-give and work hard to understand other people. But this can sometimes lead them down a dark path.
We should double the amount of vegetables, fruits, and nuts we eat.

Scientists have developed a specific diet that could ‘transform’ the planet and save 11.6 million lives a year, and it involves less red m...

We should double our consumption of vegetables, nuts, fruits, and legumes, and eat half the amount of meat and sugar, according to the report.
Lil Tay, the self-proclaimed "world's youngest flexer."

‘Flexing’ or bragging about your expensive things may stop you from making friends, research shows

Nobody likes being overshadowed, but bragging about your money is a surefire way to do this.
Bill Gates recently warned that gene editing could add to global inequality.

Bill Gates warns that nobody is paying attention to gene editing, a new technology that could make inequality even worse

Bill Gates, the billionaire philanthropist, recently described gene editing as "the most important public debate we haven't been having widely enough."
"The Twilight Zone" tackled the issue of societal beauty standards.

10 things ‘The Twilight Zone’ got right

"The Twilight Zone" ran from 1959 to 1964 and explored many topics that are relevant today, including climate change, immigration, and technology.

I spent a week asking everyone I met to tell me how to be happier — here are the 7 things they suggested

I decided to spend a week asking as many strangers as I could for ways to be happier. Their advice was refreshing, useful, and genuinely universal.
Tim Henderson, a "flusher" or sewer technician, holds up a fatberg of grease, oil, and garbage found in the London sewers on December 11, 2014.

A fatberg longer than the Leaning Tower of Pisa is clogging another UK sewer

Fatbergs are masses of hardened fat and household garbage that plug up sewers. A 210-foot-long fatberg was recently discovered in Sidmouth, England.
Airlines are making new moves to crack down on which emotional support pets can board planes.

United just banned ’emotional support animals’ on long flights — and science is on the airline’s side

Airlines including United and Delta are starting to say no to emotional support animals.
Only half of adults who think they have an allergy actually have one, according to new research.

Half of adults who think they have an allergy actually don’t, a new study suggests

Nearly half of respondents with severe allergies developed them as adults, according to the results.