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Celebs praise pet adoption: Cuddly love, kindness and support

It is so important to remember that one should give back to the furry members of society by adopting a pet in need of someone to love. Celebrities have long been using their status to help in the efforts of getting pets adopted.

Pop singer finds spider living inside her ear

British pop singer Katie Melua went to the doctor on October 27, because she heard a rustling in her ear. It turned out to be a spider living in her ear.

Wastewater turned into tap water thanks to man-made wetlands

Technology keeps healthy water continuously flowing between Dallas and Houston in Texas with the help of nature and human ingenuity.

Study finds that more Americans living together before marriage

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that more and more Americans are choosing to live together before getting married.

Video: Eco-village enjoys organic living in rural Russia

Many people are changing their way of living, opting out of the big cities and moving into eco-friendly, sustainable villages and eating healthy, organic food.

Pusuke, the world's oldest living dog, has died at the age of 26

Sakura - The world's oldest living dog - as recognised by the Guinness Book of Records - has died at his home in Japan at the age of 26.

Study: Vienna ranked best city to live in, Baghdad ranked last

Vienna - The city of Vienna, Austria has been ranked first for the best overall quality of living in 2011, according to a new published study. Baghdad, Iraq was placed last in the same survey. European cities dominated the list.

14.3% of Americans Living Below Poverty line

According to the U.S. Census Bureau 14.3 percent of Americans are now living below the poverty line. There hasn't been a number reported this high since 1994.

Vienna tops places with best quality of life, Baghdad is worst

Vienna emerged as the place that has the best quality of life while Iraq's capital Baghdad got the worst rating according to an annual survey released by Mercer Consultants.

Poll: More than half of Americans say they are struggling

A new Gallup poll shows more than half of the U.S. population says they are struggling. That number is up by about 11 per cent (22 million people) over last year.

Op-Ed: Impressions of life in Sydney

One of the best places to live in the whole wide world has to be Sydney, Australia. Each time a list is compiled of the most liveable cities around the globe, Sydney invariably scores very high.

Woman Prefers Living in a Cruise Ship Than on Land

Beatrice Miller, 89, has been living in a cruise ship for the last eight years and plans to live in the cruise ship until she dies.

Best Places To Reside In The United States During Economic Hardships

Layed-off or looking for a job due to the recession but don't know where to turn? A recent data crunch reveals the best places in America to live in terms of jobs and some of the best spots may just surprise you.

Man living in car since 2000 upsets city

Over the last seven years, Graham, 55, has been living in his car parked in the backyard of a house he and his wife, La Donna Graham, own. The wife says that they have been having troubles since 1999.

Living with hemochromatosis

Hereditary hemochromatosis is the most common genetic disorder affecting Canadians. It is also one of the most common genetic diseases in the United States yet in both countries it is relatively unknown and could be fatal if untreated.

Update: Woman living with dead roomate

This is an update on a story I posted a little while ago. Some interesting news popped up.

Oregon Governor tries Living on $3.00 per day Food Stamps

Oregon Governor spends $3.00 a day for a week to mimic the food stamp program amount issued to a food stamp recipient.

Miami sex offenders living under a bridge

Five convicted sex offenders are living under a noisy highway bridge with the state's grudging approval because an ordinance intended to keep predators away from children made it nearly impossible for them to find housing.

Making it work; Earning $1 a day

Families around the world are making use of $1 a day. It is really hard for them, but at the end they prevail.

Worshipping a living goddess

Now that Nepal has found a new goddess, the Supreme Court in Nepal has ordered an inquiry into whether the tradition of worshipping a 'living goddess' exploits young girls.

Living with autism in a world made for others

Take a look at what autism can truly be like, through the eyes of Amanda Baggs. In a video she produced and posted on the Internet, this brilliant young woman shares a glimpse into her world.

Man With Twin Living Inside Him-- A Medical Mystery Classic

Aug. 23, 2006 — Sanju Bhagat's stomach was once so swollen he looked nine months pregnant and could barely breathe. Living in the city of Nagpur, India, Bhagat said he'd felt self-conscious his whole life about his big belly. But one night in June 19...

Living conditions for First Nations 'unacceptable: National chief Says

First Nations people in Canada live in "Third World" conditions, with a lack of access to clean water and decent housing.

What is the Oldest Living Organism?

Scientists find bacteria and estimate its age to 250 Million Years and King's Holly tree to be 43,000 Years old.

The Truth about what is hidden in Makeup

There is no good reason to wear tons of makeup.

The year of living frugally: how 10 friends survived without shopping

After completing one year of frugal living some of the 10 member group vow to continue the thrifty lifestyle.

The Lazy Man's Guide to Budgeting: 101 Painless Ways to Cut Spending

Comprehensive list of tips, including: how to make a budget, cutting down on gadget expenditures, raising deductibles, and getting travel discounts.

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