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How Taking Vacations Can Help Us Live Longer

“Google ‘vacation research’, and you’ll find all sorts of studies about how important time away is for your happiness, stress levels, and job performance,” says Cathy Wunder, Vice President at Global Discovery Vacations, a leading travel club based in Overland Park, ...

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What’s All the Buzz about Argan Oil?

Argan oil has gained a lot of popularity in the past few years. Touted as a miracle cure, it can slow the aging process, reverse environmental damage, and regenerate the hair. Its health benefits are tremendous, ranging from a younger ...

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Keeping Your Health Blog Alive and Kicking

Health blogs constantly talk about taking care of human well-being, avoiding sickness, detecting symptoms, and getting cures and remedies for sicknesses. But do you know that as a health blog owner, you need to take care of your site as ...

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What You Need to Know About the Dental Floss

Dental experts have always stressed the importance of flossing at least once a day. It is meant to remove plaque, prevent cavities and heart disease that can result from failure to practice this daily oral hygiene routine. Most people, when ...

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5 SIGNS YOU’RE ADDICTED TO YOUR PHONE

Have you ever been accused of being addicted to your phone? Sure, it sounds like a joke, but maybe you felt like the comment hit a little too close to home. Technology addiction is a very real thing, and here ...

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8 Ways to Be Your Own Best Teacher

No matter how we define a teacher or a guru—an expert, an enlightened person, or someone who challenges us in a way that makes us look at all of our own limiting beliefs—each of these ways of looking at the ...

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The Yoga of Travel

The time has finally come. September marked the last month of The Alchemy of Flow and Form: Advanced Teacher Training at San Marcos School of Yoga with Gioconda Parker and Christina Sell. I learned a lot at my 300 hour ...

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Are Video Games Good or Bad for Us?

Non-gamers tend to take a dim view of video games and their fans, assuming they’re all a bunch of sweaty man-children clutching liter bottles of Mountain Dew between Cheeto-dusted fingers and screaming racist obscenities that diffuse, muffled, through thick neckbeard thatches into ...

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