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The Most Discussed Topics On Tinder In 2019

While millennials chose to gush about traveling this past year, younger generations were more likely to discuss their missions and political affiliations.

Dating Apps Are Sponsoring Frat Parties Now

Tinder and Bumble have been sponsoring frat parties and events in order to gain notoriety and new app users.

This New Dating App Doesn’t Let You See Your Matches

While real life relationships are based on a combination of chemistry, common interests and physical attraction, online dating is mostly focused on looks.

5 Tips To Help You Find Success On Dating Apps

Tip #1: When you select your personal photos, make sure to choose images that serve different purposes. You should have at least one close up and one establishing shot. And they should be from this decade.

5 Best April Fools’ Pranks Of 2019

April Fools' has become a fun way of making companies seem more approachable, making them spending money on campaigns that have no purpose whatsoever, and tricking the most innocent of Internet users.

Can You Life-Hack Your Way To Love?

There’s never been a shortage of dating advice from family, friends and self-help authors. Yet in the digital age, people are turning to nerdy hacker-types as guides.

5 Types Of People You Should Get Rid Of In 2019

One of the most common struggles faced involve the different relationships in your life, especially the toxic ones that end up doing more harm than good.

This Is The Absolute Best Time To Swipe On Tinder If You Want More Dates

Most likely to do the "Monday Blues" and the reality that you just spent another weekend alone. Or worse yet, with a total loser.

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Study: Individuals With Depression More Likely To Use Cannabis

According to a study published in the journal Addiction, individuals with depression were more likely than those without depression to use cannabis.

Cannabis Compound Might Help Treat Pancreatic Cancer

A recent study shows that a cannabis flavonoid was able to kill pancreatic cancer cells.

California Considers Declaring THC Health Risk For Pregnant Women

THC's effect on pregnancy is still unknown, prompting California to consider adding a risk warning on their THC products.

What You Need To Know About CBD Honey

Consumers should be wary of outlandish and unsubstantiated health claims, such as honey curing cancer, heart disease, or diabetes.