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Congratulations to Senator Tammy Duckworth on the birth of her daughter, Maile Pearl, yesterday. With the birth of her second daughter, Senator Duckworth -- an Iraq War veteran and Purple Heart recipient -- just became the first U.S. Senator to give birth while in office. (Huffington Post)


Need to remember something you're reading? Read it aloud. Sure, people may think you’re talking to yourself, but according to new research from the University of Waterloo, one of the best ways to commit something to memory is to read it out loud. Apparently when you both see and hear information, it has the biggest impact on memory. (University of Waterloo)


Dress for success … in the gym. According to a new survey, a whopping 88 percent of gym-goers said the simple act of putting on their gym clothes motivated them to go to the gym when they didn’t feel like it. (SwnsDigital)


Pucker up … On Friday, The New York Times tweeted out a recipe for a peanut butter and pickle sandwich … and the internet basically lost its mind. Shockingly, there are a ton of people in the world that have known and loved this concoction for years … almost as many as those who are repulsed by the mere idea of it! The truth is, if you like salty, sweet, and crunchy, chances are you might like the peanut butter pickle sandwich! (She Knows)


Un-mechanical Millennials … According to a new survey, almost three quarters of Millennials admit they have no idea how to change a tire. The survey also found that more than a third of young adults also admitted they would struggle to open the hood on their car. And 63 percent said they have never tried to fix, repair or modify a car they have bought. (Independent)

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