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Starbucks Will Bring Mobile Order and Pay to Canada on October 13

Starbucks Will Bring Mobile Order and Pay to Canada on October 13

Starbucks Coffee Co. will bring its Mobile Order & Pay to 300 stores in the Toronto area on Oct. 13, the coffee brewing firm announced on Tuesday. Following successful launches in company-owned stores across the U.S., mobile ordering is emerging as the fastest and easiest way for Starbucks customers to order ahead, then pay and pick up their purchases – ... Read More »

Flu shots lower risk of developing pneumonia; new study says

Flu shots lower risk of developing pneumonia, study shows

Getting a flu shot may protect you not only from flu, but also from pneumonia, the leading cause of flu-related hospitalizations and deaths, a new study suggests. Scientists took data from the Etiology of Pneumonia in the Community, or EPIC, a study conducted at academic medical centers in Chicago, Memphis, Nashville and Salt Lake City in collaboration with the Centers ... Read More »

Boy kills 8-year-old girl over puppy, reports say “Video”

Tennessee Boy Accused of Killing Girl Over Puppies, sheriff says

8-year-old girl shot and killed by 11-year-old boy over argument about puppy. WATE reports the boy has been charged with first-degree murder. The unidentified boy was talking to three girls who were outside his mobile home on Saturday evening and asked one of them if he could see her two new puppies, but the girl refused, according to Jefferson County ... Read More »

Textbook Complaint: Texas mom calls out publisher McGraw-Hill for labeling slaves as ‘workers,’ ‘immigrants’

Textbook Complaint: Texas mom calls out publisher McGraw-Hill for labeling slaves as 'workers,' 'immigrants'

Textbook publisher McGraw-Hill said they will rewrite a textbook after a Texas mom made a complaint saying slaves were considered as “immigrant workers” in her son’s text book. Roni Dean-Burren took to social media last week after her son made her aware of the wording of a passage in his 9th-grade “World Geography” textbook that refers to African slaves as ... Read More »

Expectant dads also get depressed, new study says

Expectant dads also get depressed, new study says

A significant number of men on the verge of becoming fathers get depressed during their partner’s pregnancy, a new study from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre suggests. A team from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) sheds light on fathers’ mental health by releasing the first study to report the prevalence of ... Read More »