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In Oberlin, workers at the BFI Lorain County Recyclery find a body this morning. The body of a white man was located on the conveyor belt around 8:30 a-m. BFI workers called Lorain County Sheriffs Deputies. The coroner has also been called to the scene. The landfill is located at 43650 Oberlin Elyria Road.

Mothers who work full time report better mental and physical health than stay-at-home moms or women who work part time, according to a new study. Researchers from University of Akron and Penn State University found that women who go back to work soon after having children have more energy and mobility, and less depression at age 40."Work is good for your health, both mentally and physically. It gives women a sense of purpose, self-efficacy, control and autonomy. They have a place where they are an expert on something, and they're paid a wage," study author Adrianne Frech, an assistant sociology professor, said in an American Sociological Association news release."If women can make good choices before their first pregnancy, they likely will be better off health-wise later. Examples of good choices could be delaying your first birth until you're married and done with your education, or not waiting a long time before returning to the workforce," Frech explained.

Raising a child can cost more than a well-meaning parent can ever imagine. Add in the expense of hobbies and sports, and you may end up with a much larger bill than you bargained for. Click here to see six sports which are popular among kids, but cost much more than many of their athletic counterparts.

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Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager

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