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Controversial New Study Suggests Children of Homosexual Couples Have More Problems Than Kids of Heterosexual Couples

It appears that children with same-sex parents occasionally turn out significantly worse than those children that come from stable married heterosexual parents.

That’s the word from a new, controversial study out of the University of Texas.

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What City Has the Most Spoiled Children?

We have all seen the horrifying outcome of parents who spoil their children. The tyranny these little monsters yield can sometimes wreak the same twisted havoc as a lone wild animal searching for its next meal.

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Disney Takes a Surprising Stand By Banning Junk Food Ads Aimed at Children

In an effort to promote healthier eating, the Walt Disney company said on Tuesday that it’s banning junk food ads on its TV channels, radio stations and websites intended for children — and first lady Michelle Obama has given the plan her stamp of approval.

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Have Diabetes Rates Among Teens Really Tripled?

Health experts have been buzzing this week after a new study seemed to show a dramatic rise in the number of teenagers who have diabetes or are at risk for developing it. But are the research findings really cause for alarm?

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Wannabe Grandparents Go to Extremes By Paying to Have Daughters’ Eggs Frozen

Parents who nag their adult daughters about making them grandparents are often the bane of childless women everywhere.

But some are taking it a step further and paying to have their daughters’ eggs frozen for use later on.

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Should Young Children Be Allowed on Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg Says Yes

Facebook only allows people 13 and over to sign up for an account — but the social site’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, wants that to change.

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Chinese School Gives Honors Students the Cold Shoulder By Rewarding Them with Air Conditioning

At a school in China, hard work isn’t just rewarded with success — it’s rewarded with air conditioning, too.

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New Study Reveals Teens Are Smoking Less

There is some good news being reported about the state of young people in America.

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