Author Archives: John Harrington

50 Health Tips Every Woman Should Know

Throughout history, women have had to endure childbirth, take care of the home and children, and recently, also work outside the home. It is women's roles that have ensured ...
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This Summer’s 25 Hottest Stars

While summer spells vacation for many, it's often a busy time for plenty of actors starring in the season’s major television and movie productions. Entertainers hoping to be a part ...
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The Greatest Pro Sports Teams That Disappeared

Rumors are swirling about the Tampa Bays Rays moving, for at least part of the season, to Montreal. This serves as a reminder that, though the franchises in the four ...
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50 Health Tips Every Man Should Know

Throughout human history, stoicism, or the endurance of pain or discomfort without complaint, was a trait people admired. That forbearance was the mortar of civilization, helping to build nations, and ...
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Biggest Summer Blockbuster Each Year Since 1975

Going to the movies is one of the best ways to beat the summer heat. Not only do you get to cool off in a dark, air-conditioned cinema (and maybe ...
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Most Iconic Classic American Cars

Usually it's a novel design or special features that are either unique to the car or are some sort of breakthrough at the time introduced some sort of breakthrough. ...
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America’s 40 Hottest New Music Stars

Pop music consistently requires fresh talent in order to remain relevant and -- most importantly -- cool. While artists like Madonna and Mariah Carey have led careers that have ...
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Team Names That Make No Sense

Nicknames of sports teams can sometimes provide insight into the region where they play. They can be based on the presence of certain ethnic groups, industrial activity, types of ...
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Every James Bond Movie Ranked Worst to Best

James Bond is arguably the most famous spy in cinematic history. Created by British author and journalist Ian Fleming in the early 1950s, the always suave character with a license ...
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31 Worst Food Recalls of All Time

Food recalls have become very common. So far in 2019 almost every other day a new item is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s recalls, market withdrawals, and ...
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Most Expensive Wars in US History

With the recent commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, we are reminded once again of the human cost of freedom and liberty. While some attempt to rank wars by ...
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Longest-Running Car Models

American, European, and Asian car makers have produced hundreds of car models since car manufacturing became a big business at the turn of the 19th century. Only 27 models, however, ...
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States Most (and Least) Prepared for a Disaster

As a nation, the United States is becoming better prepared for possible disasters, disease outbreaks, and other emergencies, according to a recently published preparedness study. The National Health Security Preparedness ...
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30 Heroes Fighting to Save Our Oceans

The oceans are in trouble, and it’s our fault. Humans have caused water temperatures to rise, polluted the oceans with tons of plastic and other materials, and overfished the oceans. ...
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Musicians Who Told Politicians ‘Don’t Use My Song’

Campaign songs promoting candidates have been in use since the days of George Washington. Today, rather than dedicated campaign tunes, politicians often use popular hits. But because the use might ...
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