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Seth Rogen’s Witty, Yet Heartfelt Plea For Battling Alzheimer

Actor Seth Rogen gave an opening statement before a Senate hearing at Capitol Hill Wednesday, addressing the topic of Alzheimer’s disease and speaking on how it has affected his wife’s family.

Known for his roles in comedies such as “Knocked Up,” “Pineapple Express,” and “Freaks and Geeks,” the actor brought some of his trademark humor to his speech, but didn’t mince words when it came to discussing what he called “the ugly truth” of the disease. Watch Seth Rogen’s plea on HLN…

13 Of Your Fave Figure Skating Legends: Then And Now

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The winter Olympics are almost upon us. In celebration of this year’s event, let’s take a look at all of our favorite figure skaters from Olympics past. Check out all 13 on HLN…

CVS Is Kicking The Habit: No More Cig Sales

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The nation’s largest pharmacy chain says it will be the first national drug store to discontinue the sale of tobacco products, and it remains unknown whether other big retailers in the industry will follow suit. But what we do know is that a lot of people are commending the company’s move toward a healthier America. Read more on HLN…

No Arms, No Problem For This Young Trumpeter

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Jahmir Wallace, 10, is a boy who can do pretty much anything he wants, which is surprising considering what he doesn’t have. Wallace was born without arms, but that hasn’t stopped him from pursuing his dream of being a normal boy and playing in the band. Meet the inspirational Jahmir Wallace on HLN…

Bad Idea: Developer Makes Google Glass Sex App

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Well, it was only a matter of time. Sex With Google Glass, a brand-new app developed in London, intends to make your sex life better with Google’s latest toy. The main feature is the ability to switch your point of view and see what your partner is seeing. Learn why it is an awful idea on Newser…

New School Bill Requires Kids Take Social Media Class

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Grown-ups can scarcely be trusted with their social media accounts, so how in the world can we expect their kids to fare any better? That’s right: We can’t. So how about teaching it in school to flatten out their learning curve? Read more on HLN…

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