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Daylight Saving Time – Is it Necessary?

Daylight Saving Time was created to save on energy consumption. Like most of the research out there, we will find some studies showing that Daylight Saving helped, whereas other studies showing it didn’t. Which studies are we to believe? I have read on the internet that the...
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Hardwired for Happiness – How’s Your Neural Network?

I love to read about our brain and the hardwired network of nerves that course through our bodies. I usually have several books checked out from the library at once. This allows me to have several books about the same subject matter while also being able to cross-reference...
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Working Long Hours Increases Stroke Risk

I was reading various articles on Yahoo today, and I noticed one that really stuck out to me.  It stated that working in excess of 55 hours per week increases your risk of stroke by up to 33%.  That is a pretty staggering statistic. There needs to be a balance in life.  You...
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10 Small Steps To Improve Your Health

Many of us make health-related resolutions, such as to lose weight, stop smoking or join the neighborhood health club. While it is common to set high goals, experts say that setting smaller goals could do more for our health. “Small steps are achievable and are easier to...
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Tips to Help Your Teen Stay Motivated

Have you ever set a goal for yourself, like getting fit, making honor roll, or being picked for a team? Like lots of people, maybe you started out doing great, but then lost some of that drive and had trouble getting motivated again. You’re Not Alone! Everyone struggles...
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