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Change the “Why” of Exercise

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3 Really Gross Things About Bathrooms

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The Faults of Fear

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How to Manage Anxiety Written by Lauren Turville Every one of us experiences some level of anxiety in life due to stresses from work, school, personal life, trauma or finances. Anxiety for some is more severely experienced due to a mental condition leading to irrational phobias or panic over every day activities.  Although we all …

What the Oxford study got wrong about sex, sleep, and happiness. Written by Errol A. and Marjorie G. Gibbs   Happiness is a complex state of being. You might not get that idea from recent research out of Oxford Economics and the National Centre for Social Research (sponsored by Sainsburys) that pinpoints sex and sleep …

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Is it reasonable to have packages of frozen meals shipped to my house? As an unmarried male with moderate (don’t roll your eyes mother) culinary skills, there is a central frustration with eating in general, and it is this: cooking decent meals for one takes a long time, results in a lot of wasted food, …

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Written by Angela Silva 1. Open the windows to get new air into the house. 2. Search for the most exotic warm drink you can find, and learn how to make it yourself. 3. Go to thrift stores hunting for items that add color to your living space. 4. Write a story, factual or fictional. …

dieting individuals Israel

It’s not that surprising that your new diet doesn’t work, say researchers from Isreal. In fact, universal diets may become a thing of the past, if their research is accepted and replicated. Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel carefully measured the bodily responses of 800 people eating more than 46,000 meals, and …

DON’T JUST MAKE A RESOLUTION, MAKE A CHANGE! HERE’S HOW! By Amy D. Cohen Every year we make resolutions. Things we are finally going to change to make our lives better and to feel better, right? I’m going to lose twenty pounds, stop drinking or drugging, look for a new job, stop smoking, the list …

How to Make Halloween Treats a Little Less Spooky Written by Emma Penrod The calorie counts on most popular Halloween candies vary widely — from jelly beans, which have as little as 35 calories per fun-sized serving, to fun-size Butterfingers candy bars, with more than 100 calories in a single serving. But if you’re looking …

By Ilchi Lee Too often, we view life over 55 or 60 as though there is little to live for. This way of thinking is an unfortunate waste of potential since, now that people are living longer lives, there is so much that can be done with these years. Biological research has shown that human …

Healthy Aging

Written by Dr. Andrea Brandt, author of Mindful Aging Whether you want to keep working for as many years as possible or make the most of your retirement, you’ll need your brain in top shape. The best way to remain healthy and vibrant throughout your life is to stay active mentally and continue to learn …