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Online Gaming Could Improve A Teenager’s Academic Performance

Parents’ fears about the impact of gaming on their children’s academic performance may be misplaced, new research suggests. Scientists at RMIT University in Melbourne found that students who play online games almost every day actually score significantly better in tests. Frequent gamers scored 15 points above the average in maths and 17 points higher than…

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Golden Globes Red Carpet Fashion: 2017’s Best Dressed Men

The annual Golden Globes Award ceremony is the first opportunity of the year for our favourite film and TV stars to demonstrate their suave style credentials. The tuxes on display on the red carpet at the 74th ceremony in Beverly Hills, US, on Sunday 8 January, certainly didn’t disappoint. From Ryan Reynolds subtle pocket square detailing to Justin Timberlake’s patterned…

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London Restaurant Launches ‘Pay It Forward’ Campaign To Spread Positivity Around The Capital

For years charitable folk have been “paying it forward” by helping out people they’ve never met. But now, one London business is helping turn Pay It Forward into an official movement.  Bakery-cum-restaurant chain Le Pain Quotidien has launched its very own Pay It Forward campaign this week, giving diners the opportunity to purchase an extra…

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Duchess Of Cambridge Reveals Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s Favourite Hobbies

The Duchess of Cambridge has opened up about which sports Prince George and Princess Charlotte enjoy the most. The Duchess was discussing her kids’ hobbies during a Buckingham Palace reception honouring Olympians and Paralympians.  “George is fascinated by fencing, but I think that’s because of the face shields,” she told Equestrian triple-gold medalist Natasha Baker…

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