Pokemon Go could help you live longer

STUDY: Pokémon Go craze has a big impact on Americans' physical activity

(CNN) – Pokémon Go is turning into an unintentional fitness app – motivating sedentary players to get up and move. A new study from Microsoft Research found that frequent users of the popular app took 26% more steps than they did before playing Pokémon Go. Researchers estimate that Pokémon Go has added 144 billion steps to U.S. physical activity. The most drastic…

Man On The Strand: Work Emails

Man On The Strand: Work Emails

The French government is taking a stand against answering emails off the clock.  It could soon be illegal for bosses or companies to force their employees to check or answer emails when they are not in the office.  Tyler hits the streets to find out if you’re on board with this policy.

Life’s Milestones: First Kiss, First Job, Moving Out, & Having Child

Life's Milestones: First Kiss, First Job, Moving Out, & Having Child

Researchers have determined the average age people hit certain life milestones.  According to their findings, the average person gets their first kiss at age 15, their first full time job at the age of 19, moves away from home at the age of 22, and has their first child at the age of 28.  Greg and Abbi talk about if…

“Americanitis”: The Disease of Living Too Fast

In the 19th and 20th century, doctors coined a new term for a set of common symptoms – this condition was called “Americanitis.” It was thought the hurry, bustle and incessant drive of the American way of life caused this disease responsible for high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, heart attack, nervous exhaustion, and even insanity.

Darlington Dog of the Week

Say hello to our friend Cassie...

Our Dog of the week this week is miss Cassie. Cassie is one of the sweetest pups you will ever meet, she considers herself a lap dog. Sad to say Cassie found her way to the shelter in a very emaciated state, but she has since recovered and her sweet spirit was too strong to be crushed so easily. She…