Month: November 2020

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Family Life: 3 Investments You Shouldn’t Make in Haste

Most couples start their family life with a specific picture of domestic bliss. Unless you carefully planned your future, however, the road to achieving that bliss is filled with problems like splitting obligations and household management. These problems are further compounded by hasty decisions that only burden you further. Before making three of the biggest investments …

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Experiment to Find Out How Much Carbs You Really Need

Keto, paleo, Atkins, low-carb, no-carb. Anyone who’s been paying attention to trends in health and fitness, or the social media accounts of certain influencers, will be familiar with these diets. They vary in terms of intent and execution, but all achieve a reduction in carbohydrate consumption. If you think of nutrition in balancing an equation, …

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Cook Your Way to Better Health by Learning Traditional Recipes

When it comes to our use of social media, opinions may be divided. Some can’t imagine living without it. Others warn against its potentially negative influence on our behavior, relationships, and thinking. However, if there’s one good thing social media can do, it’s raising awareness of issues. Regardless of your opinion on people posting images …

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Education in COVID-19: How Stargazing Can Develop Smart Kids

Come to think of it, stars really put our human existence in perspective. Indeed, they show us how seemingly inconsequential humans are in such a supremely vast universe. Scientists estimate there are about one billion trillion stars in the whole universe. Imagine number 1, followed by twenty-one zeroes. Quite simply, it’s a lot. That’s about the same …

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Extreme Sports and Erectile Dysfunction: How Are They Related?

Without a shadow of a doubt, training certainly can change a person’s life. Think of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his early-morning workout routine. Now you know why he’s got the most ripped body in the Fast & Furious series, making Vin Diesel look a bit short. Indeed, training comes with many positive changes making you become …

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Veganism Won’t Make You Bald, But It Might Give You the Best Hair You Have Ever Had

Going vegan is one of the kindest things that you can do for the planet and for yourself. Eating a plant-based diet emits less greenhouse gases compared to consuming meat and dairy products. Raising and transporting cattle, which becomes beef, requires a lot of resources, and generates methane. Veganism is also considered a healthy option …

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Effective Pointers for Efficient Managing Work and Studies

If you’re worried about managing your studies and work, you’re not alone. In fact, in the United States, more than 70% of full-time college students are working. Simultaneously handling a job while studying requires thorough planning and prioritization, but it’s not always easy to do. Whether you’re a working student trying to pay your tuition …

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