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Are you a worrier? Chances are you're a GENIUS: Neurotic people are more likely to be imaginative and creative

If you are a tense, moody neurotic, take heart - you may also be a creative genius. A new theory suggests that neurotic misery and imagination go hand-in-hand. Read more...

Black Don't Crack Gene: Harvard Scientists Have Discovered Why Some People Look Like They Don’t Age

Photographed in 1999 and then again in 2015, Julianna Margulies (above), is timeless. So is Halle Berry, Jennifer Aniston, and certain members of New Kids on the Block, who are the antithesis to dadbod. But is this a case of good genes or a good doc? Read more...

Staring Into Someone's Eyes For 10 Minutes Can Alter Your Consciousness

Forget LSD: eyes are the new high. Of course, we're not talking about consuming them, but rather staring intensely into a pair for a prolonged period of time. Apparently, this can make people enter into an altered state of consciousness. Read more...

Secrets out! Here's why women join book clubs

Women may well use their book club membership to increase popularity among potential suitors, says a study. The researchers compared women's book clubs in the US and Ireland to find how the women in each country used the role of reading in romantic relationships. Read more...

It Was All A Hoax! Property managers say 'creepy cloaked figure' unmasked

The mystery of the cloaked person in Gastonia has been solved. Read more...

Cat Says No More During A Bath


Back-To-School Pics: Love Em or Hate Em?

Are you for or against them? Read more...

Decorate Your Home On A Budget | Ramona's Money Saving Tips

Find out the must-haves and the items you should spend a lot of money on. Read more...

Apology: Baxter Village, sometimes we get it wrong

Two words that appear almost daily in The Herald and at heraldonline.com, right there above stories and news columns that prompt reactions ranging from chuckles to tears, shrugs to head-shaking, empathy to outrage. Read more...

Duke University Summer Reading Sparks Controversy

Some Class of 2019 students at Duke University opted out of reading the recommended summer book. “Fun Home” is a graphic novel that depicts the author’s, Alison Bechdel, relationship with her father and issues with sexual identity. Read more...
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