Lifestyle articles published in November 2012
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November 30, 2012
NYPD Officer Caught in Act of Kindness: How You Can Pay It Forward
A NYPD officer was caught in an act of random kindness, and the photo capturing it went viral. Here's how you, too, can brighten the days of even strangers around you.
November 28, 2012
iPad Mini App Says Download Now, Bang You Later
Since we cannot escape the interesting things adults do, apps like BYL bring new types of fun to adult lives.
November 25, 2012
U.K. Government Looking For A "James Bond" 007 Agent?
Is The U.K. Government Actually Hiring Secret Agents?
Giving Tuesday: A Day To Help Nonprofits
A new movement hopes to make the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving into a day of giving.
November 24, 2012
Partiers Who Pre-Drink are at Increased Risk for Alcohol Addiction
A new Swiss study shows more teens are pre drinking which poses serious health risks.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals on Diamonds, Gold and Services
Take an advantage of a big steal on Gold jewelries, electronics and software services.
November 23, 2012
Study Reveals 1 in 5 Men Have Secret Email Account
Study finds 1 in 5 men have secret email accounts to hide affairs, financial problems and more.
November 22, 2012
Live Stream, Second Screen Experience Apps for Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Here are two apps to enhance your Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade experience with information, live streams, the route, and a new second screen experience.
10 Things Not to Buy on Black Friday and Cyber Monday
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A growing number of teens are turning to steroids to solve their body image issues.
It's the Time of Rebuilding and Restoration After Hurricane Sandy. Changes Must Be Made!
Thanksgiving Day Message: We Can Be More Thankful
Thanksgiving Day can help us focus on opportunities to be more thankful for things and people we take for granted.
2012 Black Friday Deals At Walmart
Black Friday 2012 Shopping Strategies
If you aren't willing to skip Black Friday, there are ways to avoid spending more than anticipated.
Save1.com Is Growing Quickly and Giving Back In a Big Way
Save1 Is Giving 80k meals and doesn't plan on stopping!
Dr. Margaret Paul discusses SelfQuest and provides tips for people who may be lonely over the holidays.
Plus Sized Models Could Combat Eating Disorders
New research shows getting rid of underweight models in advertising could help stop eating disorders.
A 45 year-old biological man has been permitted by Evergreen State College to use the school's women's facilities, where parents have complained of their underage daughters being exposed to male nudity
Good Samaritan Has Purse Stolen While Helping at Traffic Accident
When Peggy Ray stopped to help a bleeding, injured motorist at an accident scene, she didn't think she'd get a life-changing lesson in trust and compassion.
Even General Petraeus is Not Above Human Failure
Last week, General David Petraeus resigned as CIA director, citing an extramarital affair.
New Support for Link Between Cannabis and Schizophrenia
A new Norwegian study has found that cannabis could predispose people to schizophrenia.
Dangers of Eating Disorders Among Students
New research shows students are increasingly suffering from eating disorders.
A few things to do post Sandy