10 Highly Specific Dating Apps We Would Actually Use

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    No more waking up and realizing you matched with a man called Dagger.

    9 Single People Who Are So Great, Their Exes Think You Should Date Them

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    Thank u, ex.

    What Happened When the Mother of Non-Monogamy Fell Head Over Heels in Love

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    I Made My Friends Set Me Up. It Was Weird and...Fine?

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    Online dating is over—get your friends to Manazon Prime you.

    The 8 Worst Types of Guys to Date

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    The 2020 Presidential Race Is Going to Be a Disinformation Nightmare

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    A new report indicates Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Beto O'Rourke are all going to be primary targets of mysterious social media campaigns.

    Why Oxford Comma Enthusiasts Are All Over Tinder

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    Being a vocal supporter of a punctuation mark seems like an odd way to go about getting dates—except that, well, it kinda works.

    Zion Williamson Didn't Think He'd Be This Big

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    The most exciting young college player in forever talks about why he chose Duke, being perceived as a dunker, and that time he gained 100 pounds in two years.

    Marlon James’s 'Black Leopard, Red Wolf' Is an African Fantasy Epic for the Ages

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    The Man Booker Prize-winning author talks good sex scenes, who he’d cast in the movie adaptation, and what he wears when he writes.

    Angry Men Are Trying to Take Down 'Captain Marvel' with Fake Reviews

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    It's 2016's 'Ghostbusters' all over again.

    The Latest: Man arrested at gunman's last known address

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    [image: The Latest: Man arrested at gunman's last known address]The Latest on the fatal shooting of three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (all times local): 12:15 Kansas City police have arrested a man on a city warrant at the last known address ...

    Russia's Putin casts doubts on WADA doping report

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    [image: Russian President Putin gives message of condolences to French President Hollande over mass killings in Nice in Moscow]Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) report on doping among Russian athletes was based on the testimony of just one man and that the Olympic movement could be on the verge of split. In a statement published by the Kremlin, Putin said that there was no place for doping in sport as it was a threat to the lives and health of the athletes and discredited fair play.

    Baton Rouge shooter was ex-Marine who denied ties to any group

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    [image: Law enforcement personnel gather near the scene where police officers were shot in Baton Rouge]By Mark Hosenball and Kevin Murphy WASHINGTON/KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Reuters) - The gunman who killed three police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Sunday was a former U.S. Marine sergeant who served in Iraq and made the dean's list in college, government officials with knowledge of the case said. The suspect, Gavin Eugene Long, 29, who also wounded three other officers, was from Kansas City, Missouri, a source familiar with the investigation told Reuters. It was not immediately clear how Long, who was black, ended up in Baton Rouge, where police killed him in a shootout on his 29th birthday, according to media reports.

    Global AIDS gains 'inadequate and fragile,' UN chief says

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    [image: Civil rights activists march in Durban, South Africa, Monday July 18, 2016 at the start of the 21st World Aids Conference to demand that the fight against HIV/Aids be continued and that funding in the fight against the disease must not be cut. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told reporters that the gains the world had made against AIDS are "inadequate and fragile" (AP Photo)]JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Actress Charlize Theron, singer Elton John and Prince Harry are joining researchers, activists and policy makers at a global AIDS conference in South Africa this week to debate ways to better treat and prevent the disease.

    Utah reports Zika infection in person who cared for patient with virus

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    By Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO (Reuters) - Utah health officials on Monday said a caregiver of an elderly patient from Utah who died while infected with Zika has tested positive for the virus, they said in a statement. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that a person who helped care for the individual who died last month while infected with Zika has now contracted the virus, Utah officials said. Utah officials are still investigating how the person became infected.

    Nephew, 5, inspires hairdresser's Spargoland 'sensory' salon

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    A hairdresser says his five-year-old nephew, who has cerebral palsy, inspired his specialist salon.

    Asthma: Young people in the UK 'more likely to die'

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    The UK lags behind other wealthy nations across a number of health indicators, a report finds.

    Shark DNA could help cure cancer and age-related illnesses in humans

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    A new study maps the DNA of sharks and experts believe their genes could help cure human diseases.

    Sepsis test could show results 'in minutes'

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    Researchers are developing a test they hope will one day help detect the condition in minutes.

    Meet the women helping fill Russia's rural healthcare gap

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    After the closure of thousands of clinics in rural Russia, one region has taken matters into its own hands.

    Teens view anxiety, depression as biggest problems in lives, study says

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    Most American teenagers say they view anxiety and depression as a major problem in the communities where they live, a Pew study released Wednesday indicates.

    Food allergy linked to certain form of eczema, study says

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    The answer to whether a kid with eczema also develops a food allergy could lie just beneath the surface of their skin, a new study says.

    Veterans with PTSD have stronger bonds with service dogs than average person, study says

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    New research shows that service dogs and veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder have an unusually strong connection, a new study says.

    Google health-related searches double a week before ER visit, study says

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    Google searches can tell a lot about a person, like when they are likely to visit the hospital.

    Report: The number of cancer survivors grows as oncologists dwindle

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    As the number of cancer survivors in the United States continue to grow, the number of

    Gucci puts on masquerade catwalk as Milan Fashion Week opens

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    Masks of all shades, shapes and sizes took over the Gucci catwalk on Wednesday as the Italian luxury label kicked off Milan's leg of the Autumn/Winter runway season with an eclectic show rich in...

    Libya's ancient ruins blighted by theft, shunned by tourists

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    Graffiti covers the walls of a Greek amphitheatre in Cyrene, an ancient ruined city in eastern Libya now struggling with neglect, vandals and illegal confiscation of land by locals.

    New soccer team gives hope to young cancer patients in Gaza

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    Fourteen-year-old Moatasem al-Nabeeh suffers from a brain tumor. A new youth soccer team set up in Gaza for young Palestinian cancer patients has given him new hope.

    UK's Prince Harry sees commandos go through their grueling paces

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    Britain's Prince Harry visited a Royal Marine Commando division on Wednesday to see them in action and present new recruits with the prestigious Green Beret that marks the completion of their...

    Green Book' enjoys biggest Oscar nominations bounce at box office

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    Oscar-nominated dramedy "Green Book" has turned Hollywood awards race publicity into more box-office gold than each of the seven other films in the best-picture contest.

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