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Preserving Memory: A 20 Minute Trick to Keep Your Memory Sharp
Memory is essential for learning, connecting with the past, and basically getting through the day. If your memory is not sharp, you might miss out on so many things; but that’s not to say you...
Joint Decision Making – Made Easy
Making decisions on your own can be difficult enough. When it comes to choices that affect both you and your spouse, decision making becomes an art. Conflicting ideas, stubborn notions, and heightened emotions can all...
5 Steps To Forgiving – Without an Apology
Feeling wronged can seem unbearable, especially when the pain is caused by someone we truly care about. When this feeling is allowed to fester, it can result in arduous years of resentment and even shorten...
Positive Ways To Deal With Negative People
We probably all know a “Debby Downer” or “Negative Nigel,” with rarely a good thing to say and more often than not, complaining of one thing or another. Everyone has bad days when they are...
2.4 Billion GE Mosquitoes to Be Released in US, Despite Uncertainties
UK-based biological pest control company Oxitec claims to have discovered a way to apply genetic engineering (GE) on insects to curb mosquito-borne diseases. While the plan has met with approval by the EPA, various concerns...
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Industrial Seed Oils: A Little-Known Big Health Threat
The modern diet has many known pitfalls: too much sugar, highly processed foods with little nutrition, staples like wheat being contaminated with herbicides, and the ever-more-damning practice of genetic modification; but a new culprit has...
Inspiring Success Story Fueled by Family and Fortitude
Griffin Furlong, 26, is writing a book. Not a thriller, not a graphic novel, not even fiction at all; although it may seem like a fairytale. This young man is writing to share his inspiring...
Humans are eating a credit card worth of micro plastics and nanoplastics every week from the water and food packaging, a study stated.
People Consume a Credit Card Worth of Nano and Micro Plastics Per Week: Study
Scientists reveal that human beings are digesting five grams, which weighs about as much as one credit card, in plastic micro and nanoparticles on average per week amidst a pandemic of plasticization of the human...
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How and Why You Might Swap Out Avocados for Peas
The avocado is a large berry, containing a single, sizable seed. On the outside, it appears egg-shaped or spherical, with green, black, or brown, leathery skin. Its outer color is harmoniously contrasted by a bright...