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Dad Hand-Me-Downs

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Courage: The Forgotten Virtue

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Change the “Why” of Exercise

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The Health Effects of Living near Major Roads Written by Angela Silva It’s easy to be distracted by annoying sounds or bothered by loud noises when you’re trying to focus. Perhaps the neighbors play their music way too loud when you’re trying to sleep, or your coworkers have loud conversations near your desk as you …

As we watch in horror as Bobbi Kristina Brown continues to fight for her life, after allegedly trying to kill herself almost three years to the day after her mother’s death, a teacher in Orange County California was found hung in her classroom. It has been reported that this teacher’s father had also committed suicide. According to Digital …

cancer screening risks

The medical world has made tremendous progress in cancer screenings and prevention. It is important for everyone, men and women alike, to understand their risk factors for certain types of cancer, and to be tested appropriately. There are sometimes different screening methods for each type of cancer and risks and benefits associated with each. Here …

Many Apps Can Track Your Location And Share Your Information, Says Cybersecurity Expert You just had a flat tire along a dark country road. Luckily, you downloaded a flashlight app into your cellphone and now can put it to use. But that flashlight, handy as it is, may be just one of many doors you …

By John A. Anderson “One of the major reasons why we fail to find happiness or to create unique lifestyle is because we have not yet mastered the art of being.” –Jim Rohn This moment, right here, right now, is filled with opportunity. It is filled with happiness and hope and promise.  If you pause and …

why play is important

Written by Michael Richardson Charles Whitman was a married, 25-year-old engineering student at the University of Texas, described as a “model citizen.” He was an Eagle Scout, and served as a Marine Sharpshooter. An early-age intelligence test showed he had an IQ of 139. In 1966 Charles went to a tower overlooking the UT campus …

word power

Words In Marriage Dr. Gottman, a renowned marriage and relationship therapist, is able to predict divorce with startling accuracy. He does this using a “magic ratio” of positive to negative interactions. Negative: Arguing, criticism, sarcasm, whining Positive: Touching, smiling, paying compliments, laughing, sympathy As long as there are five times as many positive interactions between …

crazy facts

Wait… seriously? We wanted to lay down some knowledge about some things people should know, but somehow get wrong most of the time. Yes, seriously. Women Don’t Really Talk More Than Men Averages: Women: 16,215 words a day Men: 15,669 words a day Sidenote: The range of words used per day was huge. One person …

A modern approach to discipline Written by Angela Silva | Healthy Magazine The art of disciplining is a timeless challenge, as evidenced by the proverb from thousands of years ago: “train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Furthermore, child discipline sits on …