The Randoms-Better for Your Mental Health than Yoga/Walking Dog

Cheater, cheater … According to a new study, a whopping 90 percent of college students admitted to either cheating on tests or classwork at some point in their college careers -- or knowing someone who did. The survey found that many of these cheaters have turned in work written by someone else, while others have taken tests where they already knew the answers. (Tulane Hullabaloo)


What's in your mouth? Fitbit and similar devices track how much you move -- but what if you could wear something that tracked what you ate? It's not far off. Researchers at Tufts University are experimenting with tooth-mounted sensors (think tiny microchips) that will be able to track the food and calories you consume. (ABC News)


Time to buy some concert tickets … A new study has found that going to a concert is better for your mental health than doing yoga or walking your dog. Researchers at the University of London found that people who listened to 20 minutes of live music had a 21 percent boost in mood, while those who did yoga for the same amount of time got a 10 percent increase in happiness. Those who walked their dogs for 20 minutes saw a 7 percent boost in their well-being. According to researchers, happier people live longer lives. So … going to see live music will not only make you happier -- it could help you live longer! (Daily Mail)


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas … on the Hallmark Channel.It's not even Easter yet, but Hallmark has just announced that they will be releasing 34 new Christmas movies this year. The brand-new "Countdown to Christmas" will begin on October 27th. And if you just can't wait till then, Hallmark will be featuring some of its most popular Christmas movies for a week in July. And, really, who doesn't want Christmas in July? (Babble)


Say my name … According to a new Google survey, about 20 percent of brides are choosing to keep their maiden names after marriage. Reasons range from career, to convenience, to wanting to maintain their identity and sense of self. (Observer-Reporter)

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