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This Woman May Be 39 Weeks Pregnant, but She Can Still Kick Your Ass

Pregnancy is more than morning sickness and weird cravings. And it certainly doesn't mean you should stop living your life. Need proof? Just take a look at Caley Reece, a six-time world champion Muay Thai fighter, who is still kicking ass during her training sessions at 39 weeks. Of course, you should always be careful while exercising (pregnant or not), but pregnancy is no reason to stop doing workouts that make you feel awesome. "Pregnancy is not an illness or sickness,” Reece said in an interview. "It's a reason to start looking after yourself. You are creating life so you need to be in good mental and physical condition. If not for yourself, then for your new addition."

Would you be brave enough to buy a real haunted house?

For some, a brand new home is the property they're looking for, but for others, an older home, filled with character is the perfect fit.

Is there a line that home buyers shouldn't cross? Homes that have a few extra "former residents" who just won't, or can't leave?

If a real haunted house is what you're looking for, then you're in luck. There never seems to be a shortage of homes with extra spirit on the selling block.

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Take a look at four homes that says are haunted and priced to sell.

5121 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles

Cost: $4.79 million

Known as the Sowden House, the basement of the home is the supposed murder site of Elizabeth Short in 1947. Short is better known as the "Black Dahlia." People have said they see shadows of severed bodies and hear voices and chains dragging. Short's body was cut in half before being found dumped in a vacant lot in Los Angeles.

It features four bedrooms, four full and two half baths and is 5,600 square feet on a .32 acre lot.

138 E. Fulton Street, Canton, Mississippi

Cost: $850,000, but the price has been reduced to $699,000

Called the Priestley House, the large white home was built by Dr. James Priestley in 1852. Both he and his wife Susan died in the house. In 2002, a recent owner claimed that he saw a figure of a woman standing in a doorway and that something was targeting his family.

It features four bedrooms, four full baths and is 5,100 square feet.

744 Clay Street, Port Townsend, Washington

Cost: $850,000

The 5,796 square-foot mansion, called the Ann Starrett Mansion, is apparently the home of two apparitions - a redheaded woman and an older man who still walk the halls of the home. 

It was built as a love story from George Starrett, a contractor, for his wife Ann. It features a three-tiered spiral staircase that reaches into a 70-foot tower. At the top of the tower, the listing says there is a frescos of maidens painted in Ann's image.

It features 11 bedrooms, six full bathrooms and sits on a 8,470-square foot lot.

274 Charming Forge Road, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania

Cost: $850,000

Unexplained slamming doors, stomping on the stairs and weeping being heard have been documented occurrences over the past 200 years.

The home, built in 1749 and expanded in 1784, features seven bedrooms and four full bathrooms and is a 7,821-square foot home on a 48.52-acre lot.

If a real haunted house is a little much for your nerves to bear, then there's a piece of horror movie magic that may be just the thing.

A home featured in the 1987 movie "The Witches of Eastwick" is for sale for $1.6 million, according to

Called the "historic Tea House," the Cohasset, Massachusetts home served as Michelle Pfeiffer's on-screen house in the movie that also starred Cher, Susan Sarandon and Jack Nicholson. The owners are moving out of state and are selling the 3,4000 square foot house for $1.6 million. It includes four bedrooms, two baths. It overlooks Bailey's Creek that opens to Cohasset Harbor and a yacht club.

31 Butternut Squash Recipes That Will Make You Wonder Why Pumpkin Gets All the Attention

Always the supporting role, never the star. The opening act, but never the main event. When it comes to fall ingredients, butternut squash often gets sidelined in favor of its orange sibling. Not that we’re knocking pumpkin (we’ve proven our love for it time and again), but it's time butternut squash got its moment in the spotlight. Check out these 31 breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert recipes that prove butternut is kind of a big deal. Breakfast 1. Butternut Squash Waffles Photo: Kara Lydon This recipe uses white whole-wheat flour as the base, but the addition of puréed butternut squash adds even more fiber (and a gorgeous golden color). There’s already some maple syrup in the batter, so you might not need more on top. Just a scattering of chopped nuts and fruit ought to do it. 2. Butternut Squash Noodle Hash Photo: Hold the Grain Spiralized butternut noodles make it easy to feel like you’re eating pasta for breakfast, without sending you into a carb coma first thing in the morning. Add kale for some prenoon produce and top with an egg for the carbonara effect. 3. Kale and Butternut Squash Breakfast Bowls Photo: The Organic Dietitian Butternut squash is a lower-carb alternative to sweet potatoes but pairs just as well with eggs. Tossed with a nutrient-rich mix of veggies and spiced with a unique blend of cinnamon, turmeric, and oregano, it’s a funky (and fiber-rich) way to start your day. 4. Caramelized Onion Butternut Squash Crustless Quiche Photo: Physical Kitchness In the absence of a crust, chunks of butternut squash add a great texture contrast to the smooth egg and coconut milk mixture in this quiche. The oven does most of the work here, leaving your hands free for a mimosa. 5. Butternut Squash Maple Oat Pancakes Photo: Skinny Fitalicious No butter in these pancakes, but plenty of butternut! There’s also a flax egg option if you’re vegan. Nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla make this basically fall in flapjack form. 6. Butternut Squash Toast With Fried Eggs Photo: Naturally Ella Take a break from peanut butter or avocado, and slather this whipped butternut squash on your morning toast instead. The slightly buttery, naturally sweet, and just-peppery-enough spread gets even better with caramelized onions and a runny egg on top. 7. Butternut Squash and Banana Oatmeal Photo: Breakfast Drama Queen If pumpkin oatmeal is a thing, butternut squash oatmeal is the natural next step. Oatmeal is already known as a pretty smart breakfast, but powering it up with vitamins and beta-carotene from the squash makes it nothing short of a genius morning meal. 8. Breakfast Risotto With Greens Photo: Autoimmune Paleo Unlike regular risotto, this breakfast version needs just 12 minutes of cooking time thanks to pulsed butternut squash "rice" instead of the Arborio kind. Sautéed until just tender, with swirls of rainbow chard running through, this veggie-packed dish may be better than the original grain-based one. Entrees 9. One-Pan Tempeh Butternut Squash Bake Photo: Eating Bird Food Butternut squash isn’t a common ingredient in Asian cuisine, but it really should be given how well it pairs with the soy-garlic-ginger sauce in this recipe. Oven-roasted tempeh adds a hefty portion of vegan protein to make it a complete meal. 10. Easy Tuna Bake With Butternut Squash, Spinach, and Feta Photo: Everyday Healthy Recipes This is one of those don’t-knock-it-'til-you-try-it dishes. Butternut squash, tuna, and feta is quite the unlikely trio, but you’ll be amazed at how well the flavors complement each other after they’ve had an hour or so to get acquainted in the oven. 11. Butternut Squash Tacos Photo: Bijoux & Bits You really can’t have too many taco recipes up your sleeve, and trust us, you want this one in your repertoire. Fill corn tortillas with cumin-dusted butternut, spinach, and black beans, then drizzle with a maple-tahini dressing that you’ll want to put on everything. This vegetarian dish covers you for Meatless Monday and Taco Tuesday. 12. Butternut Squash and Black Bean Enchilada Skillet Photo: Ambitious Kitchen Given the protein in the cheese and beans, the starchy corn tortillas, and the squash and onions filling the veggie quota, this is a fantastic, well-balanced one-skillet meal for a weeknight. Considering it comes together in less than 30 minutes, we’d go so far as to say it’s easier to make this than to go out for dinner. 13. Curried Beef and Butternut Squash Stuffed Peppers Photo: Fed and Fit Stuffed peppers usually consist of mostly ground beef, but this recipe replaces half the meat with a purée of butternut squash, so you’re still getting the protein—but with some extra veggie action thrown in. Kicked up a few notches with red curry paste, it’s a new spin on an old concept. 14. Maple Butternut Squash and Chicken Pasta With Kale Photo: Fork Knife Swoon As the weather cools down and hot meals start sounding more appealing, be sure to make this. Delicate angel-hair noodles are tossed with hearty pieces of chicken and butternut squash, then sprinkled with sage and a touch of maple syrup. It’s the perfect fall pasta. 15. Roasted Butternut Squash Sandwiches With Balsamic White Bean Spread Photo: Connoisseurus Veg Packed with panko-crusted butternut squash and slathered with a thick, garlicky bean spread, this isn’t your typical brown-bag sandwich. Eat it hot or cold; it’s super tasty and filling either way. 16. Vegan Mac and Cheese With Butternut Squash Noodles Photo: Food Faith Fitness Mac 'n' cheese cravings don’t spare anyone—not even vegans. This cashew-based "cheese" sauce is a great way to satisfy that hunger without resorting to dairy. And since butternut squash noodles replace the pasta, you get a bonus serving of veggies. Salads and Sides 17. Butternut Squash and White Bean Dip Photo: Sweet and Savoury Pursuits With olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and tahini, this dip contains hints of hummus, but the squash and white beans give it a flavor all its own. Serve with veggie sticks or pita wedges, and enjoy as a solitary snack or party appetizer. Gotta love a recipe so versatile! 18. Roasted Butternut Squash, Red Onion, Goat Cheese, and Pecan Salad Photo: Bourbon & Brown Sugar Salads are a great way to celebrate the seasons, since each one comes with its own distinct ingredients. Usher in autumn with this recipe, which shows off the flavors of fall with buttery squash, savory goat cheese, and crisp pecans. 19. Roasted Butternut Squash and Cauliflower With Tahini Photo: Savourmania When there’s a chill in the air, you may be more in the mood for a warm side instead of a cold pile of mixed leaves. In that case, try this easy squash and cauliflower mix, roasted until tender and topped with a lemon-tahini dressing. It’ll totally turn you on to lettuce-free salads. 20. Baked Butternut Squash Fries Photo: Sweet Cannela At first glance, they seem like typical sweet potato fries, but with a spoonful of orange juice and zest tossed in, these stand out for their sweet-citrus tang. They’re so tasty that even if you serve them as a side, they’ll probably end up stealing the show. 21. Roasted Butternut Squash, Beets, and Walnut Salad Photo: My Poppet Beets and butternut are a match made in farmer’s market heaven, and both are featured in this colorful vegan salad. Topped with walnuts and parsley, it’s simple enough for a side and hearty enough for a main meal. 22. Honey Orange-Glazed Brussels Sprouts With Butternut Squash Photo: Jessica Gavin The butter, orange, and honey coating makes this caramelized squash dish sweet, but not too sweet, thanks to the slight bitterness of the Brussels sprouts, the tart dried cranberries, and the kick of black pepper. It’s the perfect variety of flavors to cozy up to fall with. 23. Butternut Squash Crisps Photo: Sugar Free Londoner Move aside, potato chips. With four basic ingredients—none of them weird preservatives—these homemade crisps are a healthy snacker’s dream come true. 24. Easy 15-Minute Maple-Spice Squash Photo: The Scrumptious Pumpkin Don’t wait until Thanksgiving to make this quick and easy butternut mash. Flavored with almond butter, maple syrup, and quintessential fall spices, we won’t even blame you if you curl up with a big bowl of this sweet, addictive stuff for dessert. Desserts 25. Butternut Squash Pie Photo: Reformation Acres If pumpkin can go into pie, why can’t butternut squash? Seasoned with the usual suspects (ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon), this pie is just as tasty but has even more vitamin E and potassium benefits than the original. 26. Vegan Butternut Squash and Orange Cake Photo: Wallflower Kitchen This isn’t just one of the prettiest homemade cakes we’ve seen, it’s also vegan and wheat-free, with only a 1/4 cup of oil in the whole thing. Then there’s the butternut squash purée—and the orange-almond "cream" in the middle. Basically, there’s a whole lot to love about this festive fall dessert. 27. Butternut Squash Tart With Gingersnap Crust and Maple Coconut Whipped Cream Photo: Lively Table Don’t let the homemade crust here scare you off. It’s easy to make, and if gluten isn’t an issue for you, you can easily use a store-bought version. Besides, it’s what’s on the inside that counts: a butternut squash filling, made luscious (and dairy-free!) from coconut oil and almond milk. And if you can’t imagine a tart without the whipped topping, there’s a nondairy recipe for that too. 28. Vegan Gluten-Free Apple Crisp With Butternut Squash Photo: Avocado Pesto If you’ve already had dinner but are still low on your produce intake for the day, catch up with dessert. More than two whole apples and half a large butternut squash are packed into this warm crisp, making it the sweetest way to eat your fruits and veggies. 29. Butternut Squash Brownies Photo: Meals Our Kids Love There’s just one tablespoon of butter in this entire recipe but plenty of butternut squash. Not to mention lots of cocoa and chocolate chips, so these brownies don’t taste anything like vegetables. 30. Butternut Squash Chocolate Chip Cookies Photo: Edible Imagination There’s no sugar in the batter, so the natural sweetness from the butternut squash goes a long way, even though you won’t be able to tell there’s any hint of the veggies in the final product. As a bonus, this recipe makes a small batch of cookies for easy portion control. 31. Caramelized Butternut Squash With Cacao Butter and Coconut Photo: Healthy Sweet Eats The good thing about butternut squash is that it’s subtly sweet on its own, so it really doesn’t need much jazzing up to be a great dessert. Take this recipe: All it needs is a bit of cacao butter to caramelize the squash chunks, honey stirred in, and shredded coconut on top. Nothing too fancy, but oh so good.

Study reveals 14 craziest excuses for calling in sick to work

While many employees use the old-fashioned "not feeling well" excuse to take off work, others have come up with the weirdest excuses in the book, according to a study from CareerBuilder

In its annual survey, CareerBuilder found that more than 35 percent of workers have called in sick when they were feeling fine, and 33 percent of those employers say they have checked to see if an employee was telling the truth.

Here are the 14 craziest excuses employers reported hearing from their workers:

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1. The ozone in the air flattened my tires. 

2. My pressure cooker exploded and scared my sister, so I had to stay home. 

3. I had to attend the funeral of my wife’s cousin’s pet because I am an uncle and pallbearer. 

4. I was blocked in by police raiding my home. 

5. I had to testify against a drug dealer, and the dealer’s friend mugged me. 

6. My roots were showing, and I had to keep my hair appointment because I looked like a mess. 

7. I ate cat food instead of tuna and am deathly ill. 

8. I'm not sick, but my llama is. 

9. I used a hair remover under my arms and had chemical burns.

10. I am bowling the game of my life and can't make it to work. 

11. I am experiencing traumatic stress from a large spider found in my home. 

12. I have better things to do. 

13. I ate too much birthday cake. 

14. A duck bit me.

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Good Samaritan goes above and beyond to help homeless man who lost his dog

A homeless man has been reunited with his dog thanks to the kindness of a stranger.

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Wilma Price spotted a homeless man named Patrick holding a sign that read, “Dog in pound. Need help” outside her local Walmart store in Texas.

“He seemed like a nice, gentle soul who just happened to have a hard life,” Price told Inside Edition. “He looked like a big kid who just lost his puppy.”

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Patrick told Price about his dog, Franklin. After running into some trouble, Franklin was sent to the pound, and it cost $120 to get him out.

Price helped cover some of the cost and within two days, Franklin was back in Patrick’s arms. The fee covered a rabies shot, heartworm test, flea prevention and a $35 impoundment fee.

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“He is a wonderful man and Franklin is a wonderful dog,” Price told The Telegraph.

Price has since started a GoFundMe page to raise money for Patrick and Franklin. So far the page has raised over $2,500. If you would like to donate, click here.

National Day of the Deployed: Soldiers and their families honored on social media

In honor of the National Day of the Deployed on Wednesday, social media users are sharing their thanks and well-wishes for soldiers and their families.

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According to Soldiers' Angels, a nonprofit that provides aid and comfort to troops, veterans and their loved ones, the day is dedicated to "all of the brave men and women who have been deployed and are sacrificing, or have sacrificed, their lives to fight for our country. It's also a day that acknowledges their families they are separated from."

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Want to post a message of support to our troops or share a story about a soldier in your life? Join the conversation on social media with #DayOfTheDeployed or #NationalDayOfTheDeployed.

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