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01 Dec 2014

( MORE: 30 Secrets Your Body Language Gives Away ) Researchers at Queens University in Canada primed 39 undergraduate students to mimic the walk of depressed or happy people. Participants were shown a list of positive and negative words, and then walked on a treadmill while scientists measured their gait and posture. ( MORE: 7 Tips to Keep You Calm ) Without the subjects knowledge, scientists manipulated their walks to be happier or more depressed by asking them to adjust according to a gauge.
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One Direction, Bono sing to raise Ebola funds - Canon City Daily Record

Singer Emeli Sande arrives at a music studio to record her segment of the new Band Aid 30 charity single in London, Saturday, Nov. 15  2014. Musicians 15, 2014 in London John PhillipsGetty Three-man Take That edges out Band Aid 30's remake of "Do They Know It's Christmas?" Bob Geldofs Band Aid 30 remake of Do They Know Its Christmas?, recorded to raise funds for the Ebola crisis in western Africa, was knocked off the top of the U.K. singles chart after only a week. Take That edged out the charity single by selling 2,500 more copies of These Days, the groups 12th No.
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Bob Geldof's Charity Song Against Ebola Lasts One Week on U.K. Chart

She was aggressive, grabbing her male dancers by their blazers and singing in character on bended knee when performing her new No. 1 hit, "Blank Space." She even removed part of her dress to expose a shimmery, leg-revealing gold number. She later received the first-ever Dick Clark Award for Excellence, presented by Diana Ross. "To the fans who went out and bought over a million copies of my last three albums, what you did by going out and investing in music and albums is you're saying you believe in the same thing I believe in - that music is valuable and that music should be consumed in albums and albums should be consumed as art and appreciated," said Swift, who recently removed her music from streaming service Spotify.
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One Direction, Iggy Azalea shine at 2014 AMAs - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

15 2014. Musicians including Bono and One Direction are going to record a reworked version of the 1984 charity record, with the proceeds this time helping fight the spread of Ebola. (Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision/AP) 5 LONDON (AP) Pop singers and musicians including One Direction, Bono and Ellie Goulding have joined forces to record a charity song to raise funds to ease Africa's Ebola crisis. The recording is a new version of the Band Aid charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas?" which was first recorded 30 years ago to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. Organizer Bob Geldof said One Direction sang the opening line of the new record, and other stars taking part in the London recording on Saturday included Rita Ora and Ed Sheeran. The full lineup also features Coldplay's Chris Martin, Sinead O'Connor and Emeli Sande.
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