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Exercise Reduces Symptoms Of DepressionA growing body of evidence suggests an increase in physical activity can help reduce symptoms such as depression and anxiety in both adolescents and adults.
Health: Parents Who Smoke Could Increase Their Children's Risk Of Heart DiseaseChildren exposed to smoking may have a higher risk of heart disease later in life.
When It Comes To Sex, The Age Of A Man's Preferred Partner Is Exactly What You Thought It Would Be The stereotypical image of the “sugar daddy,” an older male paired with a beautiful young woman, might actually be more realistic than you think – at least if men had it their way.
'Tone Deaf' Could Be Inherited TraitNow you have an excuse if you can’t sing. A new study shows that musical aptitude is a complex behavioral trait and is at least partially inherited.
Stay At An Igloo Village In FinlandAn igloo village in Finlad is open to visitors. If you're looking to vacation in the snow, head to this arctic resort Kakslauttanen.
Mother's Day Celebrations From Around The WorldEver wanted to know how and when Mother's Day is celebrated around the world? We take a look at the annual traditions of five countries to find out.
Philadelphia Boys Choir To Tour Europe The Philadelphia Boys Choir is singing in Lithuania before regaling audiences in other nations along the Baltic Sea.
Stigall Show Log 10.24.11Chris discusses the Occupy Protests spreading to Philadelphia Police Headquarters. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup about the state of the Romney and Cain Campaigns and gets reaction to the decision to finalize the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq from CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyones
Stigall Show Log 10.21.11Chris talks about the death of Muammar Qaddafi with CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons, Herman Cain's 9-9-9 plan with Steve Cordasco, and the state of the Eagles with CBS 3's Beasley Reece.
Good Teachers Make A Difference EverywhereIn the United States, about a third of beginning teachers leave the profession within five years, mostly because they feel ineffective or unsupported, costing districts $7.3 billion annually.