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4 Reasons To Resist Casual Moralism

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4 Reasons To Resist Casual Moralism Stephen Fry closed his Twitter account this week. That a man as famous as him would take such a drastic action astounds the mind. People in the public light need Twitter and other social media platforms to promote themselves and their work. But Fry had had enough of what

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Cluttered Kitchen Can Make Us Overeat

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We make think that we’re totally in control of our decisions and choices throughout the day, but science is constantly finding out just has persuasive our environment is. We are subtly influenced by everything around us–colors, people, sounds, smells. For example, when we hold a cold cup in our hands, we’re more likely to view

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Fitness Solutions for Avoiding the Risk of Diabetes

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According to statistics recorded by the CDC, there is a total of around 29.1 million people suffering with diabetes, both diagnosed and undiagnosed within the United States. About 25.9% of the US population above the age of 65 have diabetes, and the disease remains to be the seventh highest cause of death within the country

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How To Make Valentine’s Day Less Miserable—For You

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How To Make Valentine’s Day Less Miserable—For You On Valentine’s Day in Japan a girl gives her boyfriend or a current crush a nice piece of chocolate to show her affection. Exactly one month later, on what is called White Day, the guy returns the favor. I thought this arrangement smart and sensible when I

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Why Running Can Actually Make You Smarter

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You know that there are tons of physical benefits that come from running, but some of the mental ones might be a little more surprising. Recently some researchers in Finland found out that long distance runners are actually better at learning than the average person. The study took existing research about how exercise affects the brain

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Being lazy might shrink your brain

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We know that exercise is one of the biggest keys to good health. It betters almost everything, from the level of oxygen your body can supply, to your ability to focus, it can keep you looking good, and mentally sharp. It’s becoming less surprising each time some new research comes out pointing to yet another

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Natural Testosterone Boosters

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Testosterone levels are what could be argued to make men men. Testosterone is important in our muscle development, our mental confidence, and our, ahem, manhood. Even a guy with relatively low levels is likely to produce more than a woman with reasonably high levels. However, while men make more than women, there is huge variation between men. This

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Toast Your Good Health with Benefit-Boosting Gin Cocktails

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It may be true that alcohol often gets a bad reputation, but an overwhelming amount of research has begun to show that – when it’s consumed in moderation – with the right ingredients – alcohol can sometimes have a positive impact on our health. From improving heart function to reducing the risk of suffering from

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Research Says There’s a Limit to Calorie Burn

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Some research is shedding additional light on just how important following a healthy diet can be, and not just relying on exercise to burn the calories off. According to a study that was recently published in Cell Press there is actually a limit to how many calories you can burn, so increasing your activity level

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How To Avoid Becoming A Hipster

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How To Avoid Becoming A Hipster No one wakes up on a given morning and decides to become a hipster. Taking on the attitudes, dress, and outlook of this sub-culture is not a conscious choice. Becoming a hipster is something into which one slowly descend. To be sure, there is much that is appealing about

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Exercise Is Adderall Minus the Profits

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Attention is a scarce resource, and it’s one the most valuable things you can give to someone. But in today’s world, when we have distractions everywhere, attention and focus have suffered dramatically. ADHD diagnoses, not surprisingly, have increased by 42 percent in the last 10 years, and the answer for many is to turn to pharmaceutical drugs.

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