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    30 Amazing Secrets to Defy Aging

    3 Okay, this is not hocus pocus. This is article will not talk about unrealistic, magic-like DIYs to defy aging. This will be purely based on practical wisdom and science. But we are talking about cell regeneration and the likes, neither. This article is actually about mitigating the effects of aging, not preventing aging per se. Yes, we will all get old but what matters is not our age but how gracefully we age – both emotionally and physically. As we age, we experience emotional and physiological changes. The hair starts to fade, they also turn gray, and then to white, skin droops, wrinkles become more prominent, skin dries up…

  • Money & Investing

    Bad Financial Advice People Follow Anyways

    An advice can simply be good or bad. In finance, financial advisors can be good or bad, either. And there are ways of zeroing in on the better folks among them. That’s well worth doing, but it’s also good to remember that we need to be wary of bad financial advice — because it may be coming at us not only from professional advisors, but also from well-meaning friends, neighbors, and relatives, or from financial books or gurus on TV. There are times when an advice seems to make sense. You know… Advice that seems to be logically sound. Advice that seems to be intuitive. On a closer look, however;…

  • Money & Investing

    Financial Mistakes You Will Probably Regret When You Are Already 50

    F In an effort to dig deeper into what women in their 50s fear the most, it was discovered that they are less worried about their increasing number of wrinkles, lower libido, or less beauty. Their gut-wrenching fear, is actually not having enough money, as they grow older. In my view, this feeling should resonate with anyone above the age of 25. Clearly, the future is uncertain, and each day should be spent finding ways to make tomorrow better. The importance of being financially sensitive is emphasized by the Federal Reserve Bank’s 2015 survey, which showed that 31% of Americans, precisely 76 million people, are struggling to get by, or…

  • Money & Investing

    Do These Financial Assignments Before You Tie the Knot

    Planning to tie the knot real soon? Have you recently been engaged? Congrats to you and the lucky fiancee! But of course, you probably know getting married can become pretty tough, and it’s kind of a permanent decision. And it’s gonna cost you a lot. Not just during the wedding day, but all throughout your married life. Why is this so? Well, let’s find out. Between tasting cake and trying on dresses, being financially responsible is probably the last thing on your mind. But, before walking down the aisle, it’s essential you and your fiancé get on the same page. Specifically, here are eight financial steps to take after getting…

  • Health Related

    How A Power Nap Can Dramatically Improve Your Memory

    Who does not like naps, right? We all do love sleeping. I, for one, is a big fan of afternoon naps. Naps aren’t for everyone, though. I’ve heard lots of people say naps don’t make them feel better, so I wanted to explore how naps affect your brain and whether they really are good for you or not. How Does Sleep Affect Us? A good amount of sleep is known to provide lots of health benefits. With a better quality of sleep, you can expect better heart function, hormonal maintenance and cell repair as well as boosting memory and improving cognitive function. In brief, sleeping gives your body a chance…

  • Health Related

    The Art of Staying Healthy: 10 Tips to Always Stay Healthy

    The Art of Staying Healthy: 10 Tips to Always Stay Healthy There are many theories and regiments out there in the internet professing ultimate ways to remain healthy. The plethora of information online is massive. It’s pretty much easy to get drown in information overload. Plus, it is quite tricky how to tell which information is correct and which ones are false! The solution is to always rely on science and fact-checking. So, in this article we will compile a number of means one can stay healthy. This is not based on some hearsay, but based on real scientific efforts. Without further ado, here’s our manifesto of 10 tips for…

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    The Battles of the Working Mother: Struggles Every Working Mother Go Through

    There is no doubt in my mind that being a stay-at-home mom is probably one of the hardest jobs out there. But that is no longer the case for many moms all over the world. In today’s society, women work, too. Women are career persons also. And in unfortunate circumstances, they are the sole breadwinner in the family. Working full-time and raising children and having a husband who works full-time also (worse, when husband is a goner), it is totally tough. That is like trying to run a marathon without any training. You will constantly suck wind, wait for your legs to give out, but you are still trying to…

  • Showbiz

    The Pros and Cons of Social Media on the Youth Today

    The Internet has significantly changed the way our society connects with one another, does business, and socializes. Today’s youth have never known a world without the Internet, which is a piece of information adults must put into context when they think about and compare, generationally, social networking to face-to-face communications.   According to the Pew Internet & American Life Project, more than 93% of both teens (12-17) and young adults (18-29) in the United States use the Internet regularly, and more than 70% use social networking sites.   Furthermore, among online teens, 62% use the Internet to get news about current events and politics, 48% use it to make purchases…

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    How to Take Good Care of Your Kidneys

    H Kidneys are two bean-shaped organs that are located just below the rib cage. They are responsible for essential functions that keep our blood’s composition stable, allowing the body to function properly. Our kidney filters 120 to 150 quarts of blood every day! Unfortunately, most people take their kidneys for granted. In the United States for example, most of the 26 million American adults that have kidney disease don’t know it, and African-Americans are three times more likely to experience kidney failure. “It’s a silent killer, it has very few symptoms, and most people find out that they have kidney disease when they’re in the emergency room and in the…

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    Project BETTER YOU: Some Steps to Take to Create a Better Version of You

    “Do your best!” “Be the best you can be!” “Be who you are!” “Be confident!” “You can do it!” Oh how many times have we heard this? We’ve been hearing these since we were kids, right? But what does all that mean? What does that really look like on a day-to-day basis? In a world where standards are raising, everything is more complex and more competitive, if we’re not doing our best – it feels like we can get left behind. But, being our best should not be a burden, it should be an opportunity, it should be fun. Become the best and create the life you want. It’s difficult…