One in three children ‘not active enough’, finds sport survey

Girls do less exercise than boys and children from poorer families are least active, Sport England says.
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Cord-cutting will cost cable companies $5.5B this year: Survey

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Schools struggle to get mental health help, says survey

Nearly half the 655 head teachers quizzed by a charity flagged this as an issue.
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Hip fracture patients face up to 80-day wait for rehab, survey finds

People are waiting 15 days on average to receive treatment after leaving hospital, a survey finds.
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Art Review: Stephen Shore’s MoMA Survey Shows a Restless Reformer as a Master of Photography

The Museum of Modern Art offers a commanding retrospective of five decades of Stephen Shore’s groundbreaking work.
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Progressive Religious Thought in America; A Survey of the Enlarging Pilgrim Faith

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A New Survey Says Women Spend More Time Shopping Than Socializing

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There’s part of shopping that’s all about necessity—we all need household basics and food to eat after all. How much time do you think you spend browsing and buying? And, perhaps more interestingly, how much time do you think you spend on it compared to time you do other things? Like, hang with your ladies for a glass of wine and a spot of gossip?

Statistic Brain Research Institute has just broken down the average day in an effort to understand what takes up the majority of our time. Not surprisingly, sleep and work claim the biggest amount of hours (for the ladies, we’re averaging 8.76 hours of sleep and 6.66 of work per day; men work a little more and sleep a little less).

The number we didn’t see coming? Women shop more than socialize, logging 1.3 hours a day versus .73 hours of hang-time (even when you add in time spent on the phone or emailing, it’s still less). It seems a little surprising, but here’s the million-dollar question: what about when you’re shopping with a friend? Does that count as socializing?



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Many Parents Unaware of Dangers E-Cigarettes Pose to Little Kids: Survey

Users should store liquid nicotine where small children can’t find it, researchers say
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When It Comes To Feminism And Reproductive Rights, Survey Says Labels Don’t Work

New research from Vox revealed that while a very small percentage of Americans identify as feminists, the majority still believe in gender equality.

The survey included 1,067 participants from across the U.S. and covered topics including gender equality, LGBT issues and abortion. Twenty-one percent of participants were between 18 and 29 years old, 25 percent were between 30 and 44 years old, 27 percent were between 45 and 59 years old and 27 percent were over 60 years old. About half the participants identified as female and half as male.

Vox found that only 18 percent of Americans consider themselves feminists. Fifty-two percent of survey participants said that they didn’t consider themselves feminists, 26 percent were “unsure” and 4 percent refused to answer the question.

With so few people identifying as feminists, you’d think most Americans wouldn’t support gender equality. Wrong. Vox found that a whopping 85 percent of participants responded that they do “believe in equality for women.” And 76 percent of participants believe there is still work to be done when it comes to “equality for women in work, life and politics.”

While the majority of Americans don’t choose to identify as feminists, they support the ideals of feminism. In the great words of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: “Feminism is the social, political and economic equality of the sexes.” It’s really that simple.

The survey found that Americans are equally as confused about where they stand on abortion as feminism. When asked about abortion, only 28 percent of participants agreed with the statement: “Abortion should be legal in almost all cases.”

However, when the survey question incorporated women, the results changed. When people were asked if “women should have a legal right to safe and accessible abortion in almost all cases,” 37 percent said yes.

“That’s a jump of nine percentage points in who thinks abortion ought to be generally legal, just by highlighting the fact that a woman is involved in the situation,” Vox’s Sarah Kliff wrote.

These results indicate just how complicated Americans’ feelings about reproductive rights are. “The public has diverse views on abortion. But it’s rarely a split between ‘abortion is right’ and ‘abortion is wrong,'” Kliff wrote. “Instead, there is a nuance that the public conversation typically misses: a factoring in of personal circumstances and beliefs that manifest themselves in deeply held individual views.”

While many people shy away from labels when it comes to women’s issues, it seems that most agree with the idea behind them: Women should have the same social, political and economic rights as men.

Head over to Vox to read the rest of the research.

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U.S. Seniors’ Health Poorest, Global Survey Shows

Commonwealth Fund report reveals stark comparison to 10 industrialized countries with universal health coverage
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New Survey Sheds Light On What Married Couples Fight About Most

It is said that money is the root of all evil, so it’s no surprise that married couples fight over money more than any other subject, according to a new survey.

Money Magazine polled 1,010 married adults ages 25 and over with household incomes above $ 50,000 to find out how couples manage their finances once they’ve tied the knot.

Survey results showed that 70 percent of couples argued about money more than household chores, togetherness, sex, snoring and what’s for dinner.

So what exactly are those financial fights all about?

Couples cited frivolous purchases, household budgeting and credit card debt as the biggest sources of friction.

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The survey also revealed that husbands are happiest when their wives earn the same amount or more money than they do. Men with high-earning wives also reported hotter sex lives.

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Now for the not-so-fun facts: 60 percent of husbands and wives said they check their bank accounts more than they have sex and 22 percent said they hide purchases from their spouses.

Head over to Money.com for the full report.

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When Is The Right Time To Move In Together? Survey Says…

It’s the age-old question that consistently plagues couples: when is the right time to move-in together?

A lot of unknowns come into play here, which makes the decision so much more difficult. Is it too soon? Will it save me money? Will it cost me money? Will it hurt our relationship? What if he/she discovers I’m actually a hoarder of Cat Fancy?

The folks at Rent.com wanted to get to the bottom of this and asked 1,000 cohabiting renters their thoughts on how long couples should date before making the big move.

According to the survey, 37 percent said six months to a year is an appropriate amount of time, 29 percent said more than one year, and 18 percent said to wait until after marriage. You can see all the results in the infographic below.

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But what happened once these couples made the move? Was it all butterflies and rainbows?

Once couples shacked up, 63 percent said they rarely have a night with just their friends, and 58 percents said weekends are spent staying home with their S.O.

And though 27 percent of respondents said they moved in together within less than six months of dating, only seven percent of people surveyed recommended doing that.

However, on the bright side, almost half of those surveyed said the upside to moving in was spending more time with their loved one. And 32 percent said moving in together helped them realize they had found “the one.”

What do you think? What’s the right time to say “I do… want to move in with you?”

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The Average Cost Of A Wedding Rises To $30,000, Survey Says

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From beachside nuptials to extravagant floral arrangements, it’s no shocker that weddings can cost a pretty penny. Just how much, though, may surprise you. According to wedding planning website TheKnot, the average cost of a wedding in America last year was roughly the price of a new car, or about $ 30,000 (excluding the honeymoon).

For its annual Real Weddings Study, released March 27, TheKnot surveyed 13,000 brides and grooms across the country and sourced statistics on everything from “location fees” to tuxedo costs. It found that tying the knot just keeps growing more expensive, despite the trend for casual weddings. The average wedding cost in 2013 was the highest since the website began monitoring prices in 2007.

One cause may be couples’ greater attention to guest experience.

“Couples are more focused than ever on creating a unique, personalized and once-in-a-lifetime experience for their guests — plus they’re doing so in a modern way, by planning from their smartphones, publicizing details on social media and more,” Carley Roney, co-founder of The Knot, said in a statement.

Overwhelmed by images of celebrity wedding extravagance and a surplus of wedding planning glossies, couples are pressured to put on a show-stopping Big Day.

“We’ve created this fairy tale thought in our mind of what our wedding has to be, and it has to be perfect,” Stacy Francis, the CEO of financial planning and wealth management firm Francis Financial, told USA Today.

The survey of TheKnot.com and WeddingChannel.com members revealed some other interesting data about modern weddings:

Most expensive place to wed: Manhattan, $ 86,916 on average

Average marrying age: bride, 29; groom, 31

Wedding dress cost: New York City (and Long Island) brides spent the most money on their gowns ($ 3,027 and $ 2,160, respectively), while brides in Alaska and Oklahoma spent far less ($ 804 and $ 859, respectively)

To trim costs and score vendor deals, financial planning website LearnVest has some incredible tips from recent bride Jane Bianchi, who saved $ 21,000 on her big day.
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Hotel Survey Only Thing Standing Between Cheating Husband And Getting Away With It

One Reddit user claimed that his friend worked at a hotel and received this survey from an unhappy customer. Somehow, we’re finding it hard to take the customer’s side.

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No Brazilian Waxes Necessary: Survey Finds 51 Percent Don’t Groom That Hair At All

If you dread your regular visit to the waxer, you might find some solace in knowing you’re not alone: A new study has found that more women are choosing to go au naturel these days.

Commissioned by British pharmacy site UKMedix.com, the survey polled 1,870 women across the UK ages 18-30, asking them, “Do you style or groom the hair in your bikini region?” The answer: 49 percent said yes, while 51 percent said no.

Of those women who have decided to forego grooming, 45 percent said they “used to, but don’t any longer,” while 14 percent said they couldn’t afford all of those pricey waxes. That’s a pretty high attrition rate, if you ask us.

Perhaps these ladies got wind of the fact that men are also shifting their preferences toward a more natural down-there aesthetic. However, pleasing men wasn’t the women’s chief concern — the survey also found that 30 percent of women simply preferred the “natural look.” (Plus, 62 percent of respondents reported that their partners had the same preference!)

This should come as good news to all of the women anxiously popping aspirins and sipping glasses of wine before their monthly appointments (i.e. us). Also, when you skip waxing, you can finally put all of those awkward bikini line questions to rest (seriously, can you get a wax during your period?). But less grooming certainly does come with its own series of issues — just ask Gwyneth Paltrow.

Moral of the story? If you’re over waxing, you have options — and you’re certainly not alone.

At least waxing isn’t as awkward as these beauty procedures:

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