Santa Barbara, California - Each morning you struggle to wake up and try not to become too frazzled while wrangling the kids and getting ready for work. Eight or nine (or more) hours later, you come home, check as many chores as possible off your to-do list, and collapse into bed. Wash. Rinse. Repeat. Even your hobbies and downtime are part of the same old routine: book club on Tuesday nights, TV on Thursday nights, dinner with your girlfriends every other Friday.

Imperial, California - Aging is all in the genes, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens.  A new study by researchers at Boston University shows that the older your brothers and sisters get, the greater the chance that you'll grow just as old.

Imperial, California - Imperial Headwear announced its Imperial Powered by Coolcore® hats have begun hitting pro shop shelves. Introduced in January at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, the new line of cooling products has been one of the most successful launches in Imperial's nearly 100 year history.

Los Angeles, California (NAPSI) - Tired of looking like a lost tourist, searching your phone for directions? Use Skyscanner’s Hotels app for Apple Watch to help you find your way back to your hotel every time you’re out.

Imperial, California (NAPSI) - If any of the nearly 4 million babies born in the United States this year is yours, congratulations!

Hollywood, California (NAPSI) - Reality-based television is a genre of entertainment that is known and loved (and hated) worldwide by millions of people. The idea behind reality programming is that it documents unscripted situations and occurrences, often featuring a cast of “everyday Joes.” Most think that reality TV started in the early 1990s and 2000s with shows like “Survivor.” The series, now with 30 seasons under its belt, was one of the first by Mark Burnett (“Survivor,” “The Voice,” “Shark Tank” and more), who helped define today’s modern reality series.