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This story originally appeared on cookinglight.com by Krissy Brady It’s no secret that garlic and onions can lead to some pretty gnarly bad breath—but if you avoid these foods and your breath still stinks, it’s time to dig deeper into the sneaky saboteurs that...read more
This article originally appeared on Fairygodboss By Sarah Landrum Why does relaxation finally set in days before you have to leave for home and dive right back into the shackles of a 9-to-5? Stress follows you just when you think you shook it after making it to...read more
This article originally appeared in Big Think by Paul Ratner Do evil people exist? While the answer to this may depend on your religious background and what you understand “evil” to be, scientists have figured out that people have a “dark core” to their personality....read more
Despite the amount of information available on the Internet these days, many people still do not have the proper facts on back pain. Perhaps it's due to information overload or just misinformation. Regardless of the reason, there are too many people suffering from...read more
Source: Macular Degeneration Association website By: BusinessMirror Today, over 90% of the population spends at least two hours a day focusing on a digital display. The amount of time drastically rises among young professionals, who are more likely to rely on...read more
Source:Fast Company by Aileen Kwun New research reveals that blue light from smartphones and laptops creates toxic mutations in our eyes. The negative health effects of blue light emitted from our laptops, mobile devices, and other digital screens are common...read more
Ever try balancing a book on your head (for more than a second)? To do it, you need more than just patience; you need ideal posture. One hundred and thirty thousand years ago, when residents of the planet possessed complete Neanderthalic characteristics, posture...read more
This article first appeared in Farnum Street If you’re not learning you’re standing still. So what’s the best way to learn new subjects and identify gaps in our existing knowledge? Two Types of Knowledge There are two types of knowledge and most of us...read more
Source : Bay Woof By: Ilana Strubel, DVM, owner of A Well Adjusted Pet With the trend in veterinary medicine expanding its offerings to the same as those treatments offered in human medicine, it’s no wonder that alternative medical care options for animals are now...read more
This article originally appeared in myrecipes by Arielle Weg The more you eat, the more you… well, you know. If you smelt it you dealt it, right? Well, maybe. But experiencing gas is (obviously) super common, and not often discussed. Everybody passes gas, burps, or...read more
Nobody likes headaches. They can strike with little warning and cause debilitating pain -- especially cervicogenic headaches (HA), which are defined as pain that originates in the cervical spine, or neck area, and refers up to the head. Researchers investigated the...read more
Neck pain can be acute (short term) or chronic (recurring or persisting for months and even years), but regardless, when you're in pain, relief is the first thing on your mind. Just as important as relief, of course, is finding the cause and ensuring you avoid the...read more