Author Archives: Hristina Byrnes

These Cities are America’s Divorce Capitals

Fewer people are getting married, but even fewer are getting divorced, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2008, the marriage rate was 17.9 per 1,000 women; a decade later ...
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This Is How Much It Costs to Get Divorced in Every State

January is unofficially known as divorce month. Divorce filings spike as the holiday season ends. One possible explanation is a desire to start the new year -- and a new ...
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25 Good and Bad Foods for the Eyes

It’s commonly believed that as people get older their eyesight inevitably gets worse. This is technically true, but a healthy lifestyle can significantly delay the development of eye health problems. ...
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25 Foods That Damage and Protect Your Eyes

It’s commonly believed that as people get older their eyesight inevitably gets worse. This is technically true, but a healthy lifestyle can significantly delay the development of eye health problems. ...
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25 Foods That Damage and Protect Your Eyes

It’s commonly believed that as people get older their eyesight inevitably gets worse. This is technically true, but a healthy lifestyle can significantly delay the development of eye health problems. ...
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18 Super Dirty Spots at the Gym That Can Make You Sick

Going to the gym deserves admiration. You have taken a step towards becoming healthier, but now you have to be careful not to actually get sick. The sad truth is ...
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Best and Worst States to Be a Pharmacist

Becoming a pharmacist takes a significant amount of invested time and money. It takes between six and eight years of studies , and typically requires more than $40,000 a ...
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17 Really Weird Divorce Conditions and Settlements

For a long time, it was believed that half of marriages in the United States eventually ended up in divorce. More recent data puts the divorce rate at 39%. ...
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Presidents With the Best and Worst Relationships With Congress

As Donald Trump begins his fourth year as president of the United States, his relationship with Congress, particularly the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives, has plunged to new depths. The ...
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17 Things You Didn’t Know Your Pharmacist Can Do

Many people see pharmacists as the white-coated, behind-the-counter individuals who dispense pills in a bottle. While they do perform that important service, they are also capable of a lot more. ...
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20 Things Pharmacists Want You to Know

Many times people who receive a diagnosis -- whether it’s for a mild condition or a serious disease – ask for a second opinion. In some cases that second opinion ...
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Can You Answer These Real ‘Jeopardy!’ Questions About Each State

Few game shows in TV history are as iconic as “Jeopardy!” Answering trivia questions about anything from “U.S. stuff” and “state mottos” to “spelling” and “we love the planet” ...
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States Where It’s Easiest (and Most Difficult) to Donate Blood

The United States faces a chronic blood shortage. While about 37% of the population is eligible to donate blood, only less than 10% do. The Red Cross periodically issues urgent ...
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20 Companies Profiting the Most From War

Global arms sales totaled $420 billion in 2018, up 4.6% from 2017, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). U.S.-based companies again dominate SIPRI's list of top ...
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20 Things That Have Changed for the Better Since 2010

If you are someone who at least tries to stay informed about what is going on in the world, your faith in humanity may be long gone. Daily headlines are ...
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