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  • Many fliers willing to pay for legroom on long trips

    Many fliers willing to pay for legroom on long trips
    Most of us will put up with a cramped middle seat on a short flight. But on trips more than three hours long, we are ready to crack open our wallets and pay for a window or aisle seat. That is one of the findings of a recent Harris Interactive poll of...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech logical omission from Harris poll topped by Alabama, Oregon, FSU

    Virginia Tech was the only top-25 team to lose at home to an unranked opponent last week, making the Hokies the logical and consensus choice to drop from the polls. I dumped Tech in favor of Notre Dame on my Harris Interactive poll, one of two used,...
  • Stress, anxiety and pain disturb Americans' sleep, survey finds

    Stress, anxiety and pain disturb Americans' sleep, survey finds
    If you suspect you’re not getting enough sleep, you’re probably right: A new survey says 83% of Americans don’t get a good night’s sleep on a consistent basis. Why not? Stress and anxiety were cited as the top reason by 48% of...
  • Most adults always have smartphone close by, 1 in 10 use it during sex

    Most adults always have smartphone close by, 1 in 10 use it during sex
    We already know many people are addicted to their smartphones, but a study released Thursday gives a clearer idea of just how much users can get attached to their device. Nearly three in four American smartphone users surveyed said they are within...
  • Not tonight, honey, my smartphone needs recharging

    That’s it -- I am now officially out of step with modern life. What else can I say after reading this: “Most adults always have smartphone close by, 1 in 10 use it during sex.” Which gives a whole new meaning to the old-timey term...
  • A new generation of 'Buy American' efforts

    A new generation of 'Buy American' efforts
    A new manufacturing documentary that will get an advance screening in Baltimore this week suggests that average Americans aren't powerless to stop job loss in the sector. It's a simple and surprisingly old message that has seen a resurgence since the...
  • Super Bowl XLVII ad spotlight: ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Iron Man,’ ‘Lone Ranger’

     
    Forget the Ravens vs. the 49ers. How does “Star Trek” stack up against “Iron Man 3″? More than half of ......
  • Mobile Devices Replace Games, Sing-Alongs for Traveling Families

     
    So, those nostalgic memories of playing I Spy and singing "The Wheels on the Bus" as your family road-tripped across states to your aunt's house for the holidays? Relics of a bygone era, like the VCR, Pet Rocks and Crystal......
  • 5 ways for Boomers to cover medical needs in retirement

    5 ways for Boomers to cover medical needs in retirement
    South Florida Boomers nearing retirement should start planning now how they are going to pay for their future  health care. A recent Harris Interactive poll found almost half of Americans are "extremely" or "very" worried about how to pay for these...
  • Financial infidelity

    Financial infidelity
    Of all the ways to cheat on your spouse or partner, fibbing about finances may seem like the least of all evils. After all, is it anyone's business that you carry mountains of old credit card debt? Do you really need to disclose how much money you lose...
  • Survey: South Floridians bummed about their retirement future

    Survey: South Floridians bummed about their retirement future
    The lingering bad economy appears to have taken a toll on South Floridians' confidence that they will retire in comfort, according to a new poll released Tuesday. Fewer than four out of 10 people living in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area feel "happy"...