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New research says that maintaining positive relationships with parents as a child and teen contributes to your health and well-being into adulthood. A study tracking almost 16,000 American adolescents over 14 years, conducted by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, found that those who reported positive perceptions of their relationships with their mom and dad experienced a variety of benefits, including much better general health into their 20s and 30s. They were also found to be more optimistic about their future and had healthier romantic relationships. In addition, they experienced less stress and depression, and were less likely to use nicotine or become dependent on alcohol or drugs. The study also discovered a decreased likelihood of unplanned pregnancies. Study authors say the results show the importance of quality parenting relationships.
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The defunct video-rental giant Blockbuster, forced out of business more than a decade ago by the advent of streaming, has taken a swipe from the grave at Netflix’s plan to crack down on password-sharing. A tweet from the official Blockbuster account last Thursday reads: “A friendly reminder that when you used to rent videos from us. We didn’t care who you shared it with… As long as you returned it on time. @netflix”. The Blockbuster brand is now owned by Dish Network, a satellite TV company, but is not being used. LINK: https://tinyurl.com/2bvppmdf
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Paul Walker is being remembered by his younger brother. 34-year-old Cody Walker shared that he and wife Felicia Knox have named their newborn son Paul in honor of the “Fast & Furious” star, who died in 2013. Paul Barrett (“Bear”) Walker was born on April 30th in Arizona, and the next day the now-parents of three decided on the “perfect” name for their baby boy. Cody posted: “This November will mark 10 years since we lost my brother, Paul, and I just felt now was the appropriate time.”
More than 1,000 artifacts from decades of television will hit the auction block on June 24. Among them: “The Tonight Show” set from which Johnny Carson kept a nation awake and entertained; the desk and New York City skyline from David Letterman’s “Late Night”; Archie and Edith Bunker’s living room from “All in the Family”, including the 2 most famous chairs in sitcom history; and the bar around which the “Cheers” regulars congregated. Heritage Auctions is handling the sale of memorabilia, which was amassed by a collector over decades, with the goal of starting a museum. LINK: https://comisarcollection.com/
Martin Scorsese is on a post-Cannes tour of Italy, where the director, known for having an interest in religion, met with Pope Francis and announced that he’ll make a film about Jesus. Scorsese said he has “responded to the Pope’s appeal to artists in the only way I know how: by imagining and writing a screenplay for a film about Jesus.” He also suggested it may be his next project, explaining that he is “about to start making it.”
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Research shows that teens’ interest in Facebook continues to dwindle.
What would be the perfect vacation – to you? Researchers think they’ve come up with the formula, after polling 2,000 holidaymakers aged 18-34, to identify the elements that are likely to make or break a getaway. They found that traveling with at least 4 people, enjoying at least 4 new experiences, and finding one “hidden gem” are some of the most important things. 36% felt that stepping out of your comfort zone is necessary for an unforgettable trip, while 32% said that making new friends is key. And it was generally agreed that trying at least 3 new dishes is important, too. The OnePoll survey also found that an outstanding trip will see 45 photos and 15 videos taken — to capture the 4 “perfect moments” that should be experienced.
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✓ Growing up, Katy Perry wasn’t allowed to eat Lucky Charms cereal because her parents felt that luck is “linked to the devil.”
✓ A young Madonna was fired from Dunkin’ Donuts for messing with the jelly machine.
✓ The longest-ever Monopoly game lasted 70 days. Straight. The shortest? 21 seconds.
✓ That tiny pocket in jeans was designed to store pocket watches.
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A pizza company is letting customers buy now — and pay after they’re dead. Making things even more morbid, Hell Pizza says its AfterLife Pay system is running as a trial for 666 people. The New Zealand pizza company has unveiled its “buy now, pay later” system, where participating customers, who must be residents of New Zealand or Australia, are required to sign a real amendment to their wills, which allows their pizza debts to be collected after they’ve passed on. There are no interest rates or fees in the program. CEO Benn Cumming says the “light-hearted” marketing stunt was inspired by current ‘buy now, pay later’ programs offered to Kiwis.
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