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Men more likely to die from cancer: U.S. study

Men are more likely than women to die of most types of cancer, according to a new US study. The report published Tuesday in the journal “Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention,” analyzed the survival rate at five years for 36 different types of cancer. It found the greatest gender gap…

Lexington, Kentucky ranked as most sedentary U.S. city

NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – Although it’s known for its beautiful horse farms and as the “Thoroughbred Capital of the World,” Lexington, Kentucky has gained a new distinction — as the most sedentary city in the United States. Along with Indianapolis in Indiana and Jackson, Mississippi it ranked among the…

AP falls for hoax: General Electric is not donating $3.2 billion to the U.S. Treasury

Update (below): ‘The Yes Men’ take credit for stunt Through the use of legal tax shelters and benefits, General Electric (GE), the largest corporation in the world, was on track to pay approximately nothing in U.S. taxes on more than $14.2 billion in profits last year. Facing public outcry over…

Charlie Sheen sacked from hit TV series

LOS ANGELES – Troubled actor Charlie Sheen was sacked Monday from hit TV series “Two and a Half Men” after his criticism of its producers and over a week of colorful media appearances, Warner Brothers said. “After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen’s services on ‘Two and…

Men who earn less than women more “likely to cheat”

Men who earn less than their female partner are more likely to cheat on her, a study published Monday found. Cheating may be a man’s way of trying to restore his gender identity when he feels it is under threat, Christin Munsch, a sociology doctorate candidate at Cornell University, says…

Rep. Stark mocks Minuteman: ‘Who are you going to kill today?’

Conservatives aren’t laughing at a California Democrat’s dismissive remarks to an anti-illegal immigration activist at a recent town hall. CNN’s Political Ticker notes, “Rep. Pete Stark must like going viral, at least amongst his conservative detractors.” “Who are you going to kill today?” is how he solicited a question from…

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