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Herb Scribner
Herb has been involved in the journalism industry for eight years. Now the national news writer for Deseret News National and content manager of The Pulse, Herb previously worked at USA Today College and the Erie Times News. A 2013 graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Herb has also freelanced for The Boston Globe and The Huffington Post.

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A Muslim cleric has declared selfies to be a sin. But he's not the first, and he's unlikely to be the last.
Much has been written recently about how women are changing what they wear to ward off lustful men. Here's how men can help.
A company in France wants to help couples avoid rain on their wedding day by bursting the rain clouds above them.
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Here's a look at today's top stories from across the Web that highlight faith, family, education, media, causes and moneywise.
A 1997 study has resurfaced in the news this week, and it's actually got some helpful tips on how you can fall in love with someone.
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A new study found that altruistic people tend to get in more relationships and are more attractive.
A recently released study suggests that your friends know when you're going to die.
Do you and your partner cuddle? If you do, it may make you happier with your relationship. Also, how you cuddle plays a factor.