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But new research from the academic journal, "Sleep," suggests a simple way to keep yourself from coming down with a common cold. And it’s something you already do, just probably not enough. What you need to stay healthy is sleep.
Research shows that people who only get five or six hours of shut eye a night are four times more likely to catch a cold that those who snooze for seven hours or more. Your body needs that much time to rest to boost your immunity and fight off those viruses.
Since you probably wish you got more sleep than you do now, keep this all in mind as your germy colleagues and strangers in elevators cough and sneeze near you. You can’t avoid them, but you can get into bed earlier and get the rest you need to fight it off. It’s free, it’s easy, and there really are no downsides!
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Billy Sianis started the Billy Goat Curse after he and his goat were refused admittance to the 1945 World Series at Wrigley Field.
Chicagoans are making their way to Wrigley Field where they are using chalk to write the names of loved ones on the side of the stadium. These are the names of fathers, grandparents and friends, who passed away before they could see the Cubs make it to the World Series. Some fans have been weeping as they write the names.
ESPN notes that the Cubs last played in a World Series game 25,948 days ago. Game 1 is tonight in Cleveland
CHICAGO (AP) — Want to see the Cubs playing in the World Series for the first time since 1945? It's going to cost you a small fortune -- or maybe even a large fortune. Wrigley Field box seats on ticket-selling sites like StubHub are going for $50,000 and up, and up, and up. One seller is asking $100,000 for a seat and another wants just under a-million bucks. You might have better luck finding a ticket to see a series game in Cleveland, home of the Indians. StubHub says the average price for a seat at tonight's Game 1 is a-thousand dollars.
Cleveland.com claims Rachel Platten will sing the National Anthem before tonight's World Series game between the Cubs and Indians. Country stars LoCash will sing the Anthem tomorrow night.
NEW YORK (AP) — Grammy-winning a cappella group Pentatonix will sing the opening theme song for NBC's "Thursday Night Football."
NBC said Tuesday that Pentatonix will sing the track "Weekend Go." It was inspired from the group's original song "Sing" off their 2015 self-titled album.
HauntedRooms.com claims Pray, Montana's Chico Hot Springs Lodge and Ranch is haunted by a Lady in White. In 1986, two security guards spotted the upper body of a woman hovering near a piano. Room 349 is where most guests see Percie Knowles. She used to live in the house and lets people know she's still there by moving an antique rocker.
CHANHASSEN, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota city council says Prince's Paisley Park recording studio and home can finally open as a permanent museum.
The Star Tribune (http://strib.mn/2eMf2VS ) reports that the Chanhassen City Council signed off on a rezoning request Monday. It also will require a traffic study to address concerns from council members and residents about pedestrian safety, traffic and parking.
Fredrik Hjelmquist has developed a $30,000 casket that comes with speakers and a Spotify music streaming account. Each casket has dual speakers and a digital headstone that allows visitors to see what's playing. Visitors can also add music to the casket's Spotify account.
Jim Belcher sells hot dogs out of the back of a 1982 hearse. He says he's been operating Hellacious Hot Dogs since he left his job as a power plant engineer. "People see this, and they want to know what's going on over here. It's unreal how it works, but it works. I'm pretty popular. It's not because of the hearse, it's the food. It's a head-turner. I use it for storage. It's the best kind of car you can have. But that's as far as I go. I don't cut meat in there."
Ashy Murphy, of Ireland, claims her home is haunted. She recently posted a video to Facebook of a "poltergeist" that she says has been wrecking her house. The spooky clip has been shared more than 200,000 times. It depicts cupboards that open and close, swinging lampshades, and objects that seem to slide across the floor by themselves.
A Paisley, Scotland cemetery is offering a Halloween graveyard tour. Visitors will be able to take a selfie in or in front of a coffin. The cemetery claims the coffin once belonged to a vampire.
IndiGo, a low-cost airline based in India, has added quiet zones to their flights. Travelers must be 12 years of age or older to sit in the zones. The child-free zones are for travelers who are tired of screaming children. IndiGo says the zones are aimed at business travelers. It costs an extra $20 to sit in the quiet zones. Parents say IndiGo is not child friendly and is discriminating with their new policy.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Jeff Velline says his father, 1960s pop idol Bobby Vee, singer of "Take Good Care of My Baby," has died at age 73.
Pete Burns, the lead singer of the 80's band Dead or Alive, passed away from a heart attack at age 57.
DYERSVILLE, Iowa (AP) — The owners of the "Field of Dreams" movie site near Dyersville say that for the first time they will allow tours of the house that overlooks the famous baseball field.
The Dubuque Telegraph Herald reports the group Go the Distance Baseball announced Monday it would open the lower level of the house, which was used as a backdrop for much of the 1989 movie starring Kevin Costner. Until now, the house has been closed to the public.
Although there's no cost to tour the baseball diamond or walk to the corn-fringed outfield, it will cost $20 for adults and $12 for those younger than 18 to see the house.
Denise Stillman, president and CEO of Go the Distance Baseball, says about 100,000 people visit the site annually.
Sahe Tayurak is truly a great-greatmother. In case you missed it, the woman from southeastern Turkey has over 430 grandchildren. She has been married twice and has seven children, spanning from 90 to 60-years-old. As for her grandkids, Tayurak's oldest grandson is 70 and the youngest is just two-years-old. She lives with her youngest son, who confirms that she has hundreds of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Dorothy's ruby red slippers have reached their crowdfunding goal.
We told you before that the Smithsonian started a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the restoration if the slippers. . Officials say the online goal of 300-thousand dollars in donations was hit late last night thanks to more than 53-hundred donations from 41 countries around the world.
Curators plan on announcing a "stretch goal" this week for an additional character who joined Dorothy down the yellow brick road.
The original "Wizard of Oz" film props have been taken off display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History for the repair work.
The Neiman Marcus Christmas Catalog is out with its extravagant gifts. Among the gifts up for sale are a $30,000 walk-on role in a Broadway musical, a $700,000 weekend at three English estates, a $65,000 quarterback camp with Joe Montana, a $63,000 Infiniti Q60, a $500,000 Grammy Awards experience, a $1.5 million dollar rose gold private plane and a $120,000 slumber party at the Neiman Marcus store in Dallas
New Jersey state trooper Dwayne Phillips is being hailed as a hero for saving a drowning deer. He was called to a home in Harmony Township after the deer became trapped in a pool and was struggling to stay afloat. Phillips grabbed the deer by its antlers and pulled it to safety. The deer ran off into the woods afterwards.
350-pound Monique Penberthy recently walked down the aisle at her wedding while nude. The Australia native was in a coma for 31 days because of a flesh eating bacteria that nearly killed her. When Monique woke up, she wanted to get married as soon as possible. Her husband wore a bow tie and a top hat.
BroBible claims a 350-pound Fort Lauderdale man recently stole two televisions from a Walmart. The man was sprinting out of the store with the 40-inch TV's when his pants fell off and tripped him up. Cops found the man's pants which contained his identification card. The 45 year-old was charged with theft among other things.
DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Actress Lindsay Lohan's stepmother is accused of assaulting a police officer following a domestic disturbance in South Florida.
Jail records show 33-year-old Kate Lohan was arrested Sunday on charges of disorderly intoxication and battery on a law enforcement officer.
Lee Rutherford, of Blythe, England, was recently banned from driving for excessive speeding. Cops caught him going 129 mph. Lee told officers he was speeding because he wanted to get home and eat his McDonald's meal while it was still warm. Lee was also fined over $1,500.
A 73-year-old man led police on a high-speed chase starting in Kindred and ending after he crashed into a semi Monday, Oct. 24, according to the Cass County Sheriff's Department.
Harold Richard Albaugh was taken to Essentia Health in Fargo with what the department believes are non-life-threatening injuries. He is in stable condition. The driver of the semi, who wasn't identified, was not injured.
A groom from Saudi Arabia recently divorced his wife two hours after marrying her because she Snapchatted during their wedding. The Daily Mail claims the couple had an agreement that she would not share any of their wedding pictures on any social media apps.
A 32-year-old Fergus Falls man has pleaded guilty to breaking into a Fergus Falls home, sleeping on a spare bed and stealing potato salad from the home’s refrigerator on Aug. 16.
Joshua Ray DeFries was initially charged with first-degree burglary and second-degree burglary in Otter Tail County District Court.
DeFries pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary Monday in a plea hearing in court.
He reportedly broke off a partially opened basement window and entered a home on East Bancroft Avenue on Aug. 16, according to the court complaint.
The homeowners report DeFries then entered an upstairs bedroom and slept on a bed, the complaint states. They also reported leftover potato salad missing from their refrigerator.
A Fergus Falls police officer responded to the home and arrested DeFries after the owners called authorities. The officer confronted DeFries and was unable to discern why he was in the home.
Angela Sammons must be going for criminal bingo. The 32-year-old drove the wrong way on Interstate 4 in Maitland, Florida and crashed into a barrier. When police arrived, they Sammons got out of her car barefoot. When given her shoes, she put them on the wrong foot. As if that weren't enough of its own sobriety test, she also failed field sobriety and Breathalyzer tests. Authorities found multiple Florida driver’s licenses in her bag, along with loaded guns and handcuffs in her car. Sammons is now facing a DUI charge. Source: WFTV
The Portland, Maine police recently arrested a man for dressing as a tree and then blocking traffic. The man ignored officers when they warned him against obstructing traffic. The man told cops he was studying traffic patterns before they arrested him.
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