In an effort to see an increase in national birth rates, South Korea has begun to offer potential parents a series of benefits to having a baby, including monetary compensation.
Caitlyn Clancey is a freelance writer and journalist based out of Toronto, Ontario. She graduated from Trent University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and recently completed her education with a post-graduate diploma in Journalism from Humber College. Caitlyn has created content for several news organizations (print and online) and currently writes for both TheRichest and TheQuiz.com. She is a passionate animal rights activist, an avid reader, writer, and semi-decent baker. When she's not glued to her desk and her laptop writing, Caitlyn enjoys spending time with her rescue dog Loki and soaking up all the culture and excitement Toronto has to offer.
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Rapping sensation Lil Wayne has dolled out $17 million for his new waterfront mansion that sits just off the coast of Miami Beach and is meant to convey the feeling of floating on water.
Paris' iconic Eiffel Tower and Louvre art museum were closed off from the public this past weekend as the country braced itself for even more violent protests in the capital.
An elaborate Christmas decoration and pop culture tribute in Texas proved much too convincing for one man who went out of his way to try and save a Clark Griswold dummy from falling off a roof.
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Researchers out of Australia have come up with a robotic third arm that will allow users to feed themselves and their friends, bringing a whole new meaning to the idea of sharing our food.
Visitors to the Walt Disney World theme park in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California will soon be able to take a seat in the cockpit of the legendary Millennium Falcon and pilot the ship themse...
In an effort to encourage vacationers to truly live in the moment, one of Bali's most iconic luxury resorts has banned the use of smartphones while lounging poolside.
Get ready to relive the most delightful and whimsical literature from your childhood because Netflix has announced it will be adapting Roald Dahl's iconic children's books into animated features, breathing new life into the classic tales.
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Doctors have openly denied the existence of post-birth control syndrome and are warning women not to buy into proposed remedies, like those offered by Gwenyth Paltrow's company, Goop.
An old film reel purchased 70 years ago in Japan has been revealed to be a long-lost Disney cartoon featuring the precursor to Mickey Mouse.
A new study has shown dogs may be the key to noninvasive malaria detection after the animals were successfully trained to sniff out the disease on infected clothing.
A prototype pair of robotic pants could prove to be the answer to mobility problems and may even one day replace wheelchairs.
The world's very first underground hotel is due to have its grand opening in December and prospective guests can soon book ahead for their stay at this unique feat of architectural design.
Despite worries that the mansion featured in The Bachelor would be consumed by California wildfire, the famous home has reportedly been spared from the destruction.
Following the shocking death of legendary Marvel Comics mind Stan Lee on Monday, a powerful opinion piece he wrote in 1968 has resurfaced in which he publicly slams the evils of racism.
A Japanese man has publicly declared his love and devotion to his new "wife", a virtual reality singer named Hatsune Miku.
Although showers are typically meant to help us clean our bodies, a new study has revealed our showerheads can actually be hotbeds for mycobacteria.