Go Green on Your Makeup Routine on Jan 30, 2013 in Beauty Featured Health Self Improvement beauty tips eco-friendly environmental friendly make-up organic phthalates Tips to Green Your Makeup Routine Many personal care products contain phthalates. These are industrial plasticisers that have been linked to long-term liver and kidney damage, as well as causing damage to developing foetuses and the male testes.
Tips for Better Digestion on Jan 9, 2013 in Featured Fitness Food & Drink Health belching bloating constipation diarrhea flatulence food sensitivities gas good health indigestion irritable bowel syndrome malabsorption Tips for Better Digestion Good digestion is an essential component of health.
Goosebumps Can Prove Someone’s Lying on Jan 5, 2013 in Featured Science News emotional emotions goosebumps Goosebumps Can Prove Someone's Lying lie detector Motivation and Emotion Prof Richard Smith research science study The Daily Telegraph University of Kentucky They are a common reaction to the cold but goosebumps could prove when someone is lying, a study suggests.
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5 Easy Ways to Kickstart Your Metabolism on Jan 1, 2013 in Featured Fitness Health 5 Easy Ways to Kickstart Your Metabolism exercise Gary Ditsch losing weight metabolism weight loss Speeding our metabolism does not require two-hour runs and boot camp till we're wrecked. In fact, all the little decisions you make about eating and moving make a big difference in your calorie-torching ability.
How to Stick With Your New Year’s Resolution on Jan 1, 2013 in Featured Motivation Self Improvement How to Stick With Your New Year's Resolution Improve Yourself new year new year's resolutions resolutions When a new year begins we are make resolutions believing it is the perfect time to start anew but after a few weeks we fail accomplishing our goals. So here are easy ways to stick with our resolutions.
Top Ten New Year’s Resolutions on Dec 31, 2012 in Featured Motivation Self Improvement 2013 change new year New Years eve Top Ten New Year's Resolutions New Year's Eve has always been a time for looking back to the past. As the final seconds of the year tick away we reflect on the changes we want (or need) to make and resolve to follow through on those changes.
Photo of Mr. Sun After the Foretold Doomsday on Dec 31, 2012 in Bizarre Featured doomsday Mayan calendar sun Did the sun give a knowing wink?
Why Gratitude is Good for Your Mental Health on Dec 25, 2012 in Featured Health Self Improvement relationship emotional balance gratefulness gratitude quotient happiness Michael McCullough Robert Emmons Why Gratitude is Good for Your Mental Health Being thanked and having reason to thank others are two sides of the same gratefulness coin. Both exemplify the positive in human behavior and provide us with a positive charge that boosts our emotional balance.