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Mum throws out five-year-old son's toys when he refuses to clean his room
A mum has divided opinions after she revealed that she threw away her son's toys after he refused to tidy his room.
How to exercise safely when you have anxiety
When anxiety symptoms hit — the idea of exercising can be unthinkable. Why would you put yourself in a situation where you are voluntarily sweating, short of breath and have a pounding heart — when anxiety already does this to your body?
When you eat may have bigger health effects than what
There's evidence that the old expression "eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper" could use some tweaking. With one important revision, this approach could help not just for better health, but also for losing weight.
When to worry about a cough that won't go away
Nobody wants to deal with coughing and hacking during the holidays. But with influenza and flu-like illness activity being on the rise this season, many of us may already be experiencing such symptoms.
When consumers don't want to talk about what they bought
One of the joys of shopping for many people is the opportunity to brag about their purchases to friends and others.
When life gives you lemons, you take more risks
Anyone needing a little excitement in their lives could do worse than suck a lemon, surprising new research at the University of Sussex in England suggested.
When it comes to concepts about gender, children are surprisingly flexible
Gender is a spectrum. Most kids think so, at least.
Why Italy poverty growing when family income rises
New figures showing family income is on the rise in Italy are further bolstering the case that the country may be in an economic recovery, but the expanding gap between the country's richest and poorest residents shows the recovery is not helping everyone.
When magma prevents volcanic eruptions
A spectacular proof of our planet's activity, calderas are huge topographic depressions, similar to flat-bottomed craters, with a diameter of several tens of kilometers.
Why we yawn when others in the room do
Ever wondered why we catch a yawn even if we are not tired? An area of our brain responsible for motor function may be to blame, a study suggested.
How to say no at work when you don't have kids
Despite a boom in flexible working, many singles say they’re still picking up the slack from colleagues with families. Career coaches are advising them to say no.
When is the Perseid Meteor shower and how can I see it?
The Perseids meteor shower is an annual event that peaks around mid-August, with this year's peak expected between 11 and 13 August.
Why do you get angry when you're hungry?
Did you have a roast today? If not, you may well be hungry. It's a common affliction.
When will Britons get a pay rise?
Too scared to ask for a pay rise? You’re not alone. There are millions of people who would prefer to walk over hot coals than ask their manager to reward good work with extra cash, The Guardian reported.
Artificial intelligence predicts when heart will fail
Artificial intelligence can predict when patients with a heart disorder will die, according to scientists.

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