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The Top 5 Regrets of The Dying

by Joe Martino | A palliative nurse recorded the most common regrets of the dying and put her findings into a book called ‘The Top Five Regrets of The Dying.’ It’s not surprising to see what made the list as they are all things that touch each of our lives as we struggle to pay attention to and make time for ...

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Weight Off Your Mind: 5 Secrets of My Successful Weight Loss and Maintenance Journey

Jenna-Lee Anderson | It is a depressing statistic that between 60-90% of men and women who successfully manage to lose weight will inevitably regain the weight they have lost. Worse still most of those who beat the battle of the bulge invariably gain even more weight than they lose within 2 years. 95-98% of dieters will regain the weight they ...

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The Death Of Conversation: Photographs That Show How Obsessed We Are With Smartphones

by Arjun Walia | I came across these photos known as “The Death of Conversation” taken by babycakesromero -who, according to his website, is a street photographer dedicated to documenting the world around him. “I saw how people used it as a social prop, to hide their awkwardness, to fill the silence but as I continued to observe and document this modern phenomena I ...

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9 Of The Best Foods To Make A Part Of Your Diet

We recently released an article entitled ‘10 Of The Worst Food Ingredients To Never Eat Again,’ which as the name suggests outlined 10 commonly found food ingredients we may want to consider cutting out of our diet. This article is designed to outline 9 (of the many foods) that would be an excellent addition to your diet. This list is ...

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You Can Eat To Make Your Brain Grow – Here Is How You Do It

by Jeff Roberts | “Can we change your human brain in just 15 minutes together? Sure, because there is something I know about you, you all eat food.” This remark comes from psychiatrist Dr. Drew Ramsey during a talk he gave for Revitalize, a live chat sector of MindBodyGreen.com. “We can start making a change, giving you a more resilient, happier, ...

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The US admits Cannabis DOES kill cancer..

For many years we have heard stories of people curing their cancer and other incurable diseases using cannabis oil. Now the US government have added info about cannabis and cannabinoids on their official cancer advice website. The National Cancer Institute, is now advising that ‘cannabis may be useful in treating cancer and the side effects of cancer treatment. The site also lists other ...

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Why Love Can Fade – The Stages Of A Relationship

 By Peter J Granger | A number of key stages can be recognized in any relationship. These are an adaptation of the relationship model originally developed by Susan Campbell in her book “The Couple’s Journey”. Stage 1 The Honeymoon The first stage of any romantic relationship is when we fall in love. Our initial attraction to somebody grows rapidly to ...

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7 Stretches In 7 Minutes For Complete Lower Back Pain Relief

Living a more sedentary lifestyle is something that is all-too commonplace in a world where we increasingly rely on technology for more and more of the daily tasks that used to have us moving about to get accomplished. Anyone who works with computers, from home, or doing office work can attest to the fact that they probably don’t move around ...

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Cellphone Radiation Is A Real Thing. Here Are 6 Ways To Protect Yourself

by Mark DeNicola | We all know it by now, cell phones emit radio-frequency energy. The one thing still up for debate is whether or not this radio-frequency energy is harmful to the human body, and if it is to what extent. Here is what we do know, radio-frequency is a form of electromagnetic radiation (EMR). EMR is a wave-like energy ...

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Why Sugar Is Wrecking Your Health & How To Quit

by Alanna Ketler | Did you know that there is added sugar in 80% of the foods that are sold in America today? Not only found in desserts and sweets, sugar can also be found in almost every processed and packaged food that you can think of, from hot dogs to pasta sauce to salad dressing to fruit juice to cereal ...

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