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Facts about cheating couples and singles should know
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Facts about cheating couples and singles should know

    Infidelity is murky territory. Does a one-night stand at a bachelor party count? How about an emotional entanglement with a close friend that doesn't involve anything physical? Psychologists and relationship experts have spent years studying the science of infidelity, turning up surprising insights into what different couples consider cheating, how they react to cheating, and how they bounce back after someone strays. We looked into some of that research and pulled out the most compelling results. Read on to see what we found and how you can apply these findings to your own relationship. If you're economically dependent on your spouse, you're more likely to cheat on them A 2015 study of about 2,800 people between ages 18 and 32, published in the American Sociol...
Most people can tell if you’re rich by looking at your face
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Most people can tell if you’re rich by looking at your face

     A new study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology posits there's a good chance you can tell if someone is rich or poor just by looking at them. The relationship between well-being and social class has been demonstrated by previous research, R. Thora Bjornsdottir, a graduate student at the University of Toronto and co-author of the study, tells CNBC Make It. In general, people with money tend to live happier, less anxious lives compared to those struggling to make ends meet. She and her team demonstrated that these well-being differences are actually reflected in people's faces. Bjornsdottir and her co-author, psychology professor Nicholas O. Rule, had undergraduate subjects of various ethnicities look at gray-scale photographs of 80 white ma...
Meghan Markle Undergoes SAS Training Months Before Wedding
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Meghan Markle Undergoes SAS Training Months Before Wedding

    Meghan Markle has reportedly undergone a two day training conducted by the SAS to help her in case of an emergency. Gerald Moor, a former senior Army intelligence officer, said that Markle’s training would have been the toughest and most challenging experience a person could ever have. Markle’s training was also conducted by the best of the best in the army or those men who have done everything imaginable during service in Iraq, Afghanistan and Northern Ireland. “The men enact a kidnap situation, during which she will have been treated as a hostage, with the area being stormed by the SAS. She will also have been advised how to develop a relationship with her kidnappers, which is often far better than trying to escape. She will have shown how to deal with situation...
Punish a Muslim letters investigated by police
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Punish a Muslim letters investigated by police

    The Islamaphobic letter incites violence on a points-scoring based system Threatening letters calling for a Punish a Muslim Day on 3 April are being investigated by counter terror police. Muslims in London, Yorkshire and the Midlands have reported receiving the letter that calls for attacks in a points scoring system. The note incites verbal abuse and assaults on Muslims, as well as attacks on mosques. West Yorkshire Police confirmed it had received six reports related to the letters. The force said it had a couple of letters that will undergo analysis in an attempt to determine their origin. Tell MAMA, a project that monitors Islamaphobic hate crimes, said a photo of an envelope suggests at least one of the notes was dealt with at a Sheffield sorting office. Im...
Russian spy poison may have been DEADLIEST nerve agent ever produced
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Russian spy poison may have been DEADLIEST nerve agent ever produced

    Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter may have been poisoned by the deadliest nerve agent ever produced, it has been claimed. Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia remain seriously ill after the shocking attempted assassination in Salisbury, Wilts., last Sunday. Police confirmed a nerve agent was used in the attack that also left Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey in hospital. It is believed to be the first time a chemical weapon has been used on the streets of Britain. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the nerve agent is very rare and experts appear to have ruled out both VX, developed by Britain in the 1950s and Sarin, developed by Germany in the 1930s. Colonel Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, the former head of Britain’s Chemical, Biological Radiation and ...