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    No. Of Americans Drinking At Least 1 Cup of Coffee per Day Highest Since 2012

    Americans love coffee. The latest figures show that there are now more Americans drinking at least one cup of coffee daily and the numbers are the highest since 2012 with 64% of adults are drinking a cup of coffee a day in 2018. According to the National Coffee Association (NCA), the reason for the…

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    5 signs you are not ready to get married.

    It is not about what it takes to get married but if you are really prepared for it. Marriage is a lifetime commitment that should not be taken lightly. There are some signs that you can check that will help you decide if you are ready to walk down the aisle. You Have Doubts If you have serious…

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    Should all household chores be shared 50/50?

    In completely fairness, this is definitively the way to go. Like Meghan Trainor said "You got that 9 to 5. But, baby, so do I". But, some experts say that there is actually a better way to go. You might think, is there a better way to go than to equally sharing the household chores? Study…

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The Difference between Fear and Intuition According To Anne Berube

The Difference between Fear and Intuition According To Anne Berube

Fear and intuition are two of the most confused terms to describe the familiar feeling deep in your gut. Your gut feeling could be your intuition trying to tell you something will happen, or it could be fear trying to get in the way of progress. Anne Bérubé has one of the best…

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Nick Kyrgios wins first round this week at Rogers Cup

Nick Kyrgios wins first round this week at Rogers Cup

Australian Nick Kyrgios started off the first round at the Rogers Cup on the right foot. He won 6-1, 6-2 round over Viktor Troicki in Montreal on Monday. During the grass court season, Kyrgios was hit by a wobbly hip making him retire at the first rounds of the Queen´s London Club and…

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Three ways to avoid dementia according to Dr. Will Mitchell

Three ways to avoid dementia according to Dr. Will Mitchell

Dementia is a condition affecting elder people and causes momentary memory losses and, in its worst case, Alzheimer’s, a major memory loss. Even though the disease is more common in senior citizens, it may affect people as young as 45 years old. A study by the Louisiana State University…

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How to Read a Nutrition Label

How to Read a Nutrition Label

Today, the United States is forced to face the increasing issue of obesity. The rate of obesity has increased substantially in recent years and threatens the lives of many. This obesity increase leads to extreme and serious health concerns including the increased risk of strokes, hypertension,…

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Three Dos and Three Don’ts for Enjoying Sunshine

Three Dos and Three Don’ts for Enjoying Sunshine

Summer is just around the corner. It is that time of the year again to go out and enjoy the sun. Soaking up the sun can help improve your mood and maintain the balance of vitamin D. However, overexposure can damage your skin. Below are the dos and don’ts for enjoying the sunshine. Dos 1. Do…

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Clean Label Project Found Protein Powders to Contain Heavy Metals

Clean Label Project Found Protein Powders to Contain Heavy Metals

As it turns out, protein powders and heavy metal go hand-in-hand. According to a new study by the Clean label Project, many of the top-selling protein products on the market today contain contaminants. The non-profit organization tested 134 of the most popular protein powders and drinks for heavy…

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What is ‘hitting the wall’ when running and what happens?

What is ‘hitting the wall’ when running and what happens?

Hitting the wall refers to a state where after intensive running, cycling, or such sports, the athlete suffers a state of sudden fatigue and loss of energy. This is caused by the loss of glycogen stored in the liver and muscles. To avoid the condition, the athlete must make sure that their glycogen…

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For seniors, which happens first: the fall or the broken hip?

For seniors, which happens first: the fall or the broken hip?

According to the Center for Disease Control, adults over 65 years of age suffer at least 258,000 hip fractures each year. A fracture to the hips happens when the uppermost quarter of the femur breaks. It usually appears near the ball-and-socket portion of the bone. One-fifth of these patients who…

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Carb restricted diets could lead to improved treatments for NAFLD

Carb restricted diets could lead to improved treatments for NAFLD

Science has made another important discovery. A diet that restricts the consumption of carbohydrates can actually help battle fatty liver disease. The details of the study were published last month and they reveal how a diet that cuts down carbs can improve metabolism and help with the fight against…

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Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

There is a reason apple cider vinegar is the most popular type of vinegar in the natural health community. It claims to have all sorts of health benefits, many of which are actually supported by science. From weight loss, to reducing cholesterol and blood sugar levels, it seems like apple cider…

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The Mayo Clinic's 5-step program for fitness

The Mayo Clinic's 5-step program for fitness

Step 1 - assess your fitness level You’ll need to find out just how fit you are, by learning the following things: Your pulse rate before and after walking 1 mile How long it takes you to walk 1 mile How many half sit-ups, standard push-ups or modified push-ups you can do at a time How far you…

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What Health Problems Result from Being Overweight?

What Health Problems Result from Being Overweight?

To be overweight is to have more body fat than what is considered optimally healthy. Excess weight and obesity increases the risk of so many health problems. Some of them are discussed below. Type 2 diabetes This is a disease associated with high blood sugar levels. There are several adverse effects…

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Leading a happy and balanced life

Leading a happy and balanced life

Happiness and balance is different for all human beings. Everybody has their own secrets how they manage their life, strike a balance in all aspects, while still manage to have fun in it. However, if you want to bring more balance in your life and want to take out some time to enjoy it also, then…

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Why Is there no Alternative to Spielberg ?

Why Is there no Alternative to Spielberg ?

In the event that George Lucas had his direction, Indiana Smith would have brandished a mustache. Until three weeks prior to chief photography started on Raiders of the Lost Ark, Lucas, its maker, still would have liked to give Tom Selleck a role as the bull-whipping classicist. The hirsute Selleck,…

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What is The Meaning of Lifestyle?

What is The Meaning of Lifestyle?

Meaning of Life style: A lifestyle or style of living that mirrors the mentalities and estimations of a man or gathering many individuals experience life used to a certain way of life simply because that is the thing that they have known from conception. Our family, companions, work; media all shape…

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