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Signs You Are not Taking Care of Yourself

Even the healthiest person can miss the signs that you may not be taking as good of care for yourself as you could.
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Avoid Using Disinfectant Wipes On These Items

There are lots of potentially surprising things that you shouldn’t use antibacteria/disinfectant wipes to clean.
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Wash Your Hands To Your Favorite Song

Wash your hands the CDC's recommended 20-seconds with the lyricsw of your favorite song.
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Your Own Gym Habits May Be Making You Sick

Our gross habits in the gym could be causing illness and breakouts.
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The Water On Most Airlines Is Unsafe To Consume

The approaching holidays means many of us will be traveling to spend time them with friends and family. If your travel involves taking an airplane, be care about using the water on-board. A shocking study reveals the quality of drinking water varies by airline, so much so that some airline water...
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Store Your Recipes As A Contact In Your Phone

Our phones have made cooking and baking easy. Now instead of scouring your cookbooks for a specific dinner recipe, or guesstimating the oil-to-vinegar ratio of a perfect vinaigrette, you can look up the information in seconds without leaving your kitchen. But things become a lot less convenient if...
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An Ingenious Way High Volume Restrooms Reduce Wait Times

A trip to Walt Disney World is a bucket list item for many people and starting Monday (4/1/19), you can enter our contest to see if you can win tickets ! However you attend, Walt Disney World has ways to spread magic to make the popular (and often crowded) parks an enjoyable experience for all. One...
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Holding Hands May Be The Best Pain Medicine

Science has debated the subject of how men and women experience pain, with many experts agreeing that women recover more quickly from pain and are less likely to allow pain to control their lives. However sharing pain with touch may give your stronger tolerance it. A new study looked at 20 couples...
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Flu-Proof Your Home

It's turning out to be one the worst flu seasons in recent memory. For those who have been able to avoid it, you are lucky! But there's more than luck as you can use science to try and extend your streak by flu-proofing your home. It's pretty simple, the flu virus makes its way into your body from...
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Ways Toothpaste Can Work In the Kitchen

You'd expect to see a tube of toothpaste in the bathroom. But here are a few reasons to keep a tube in the kitchen. Gently rubbing non-gel toothpaste on water rings can remove them from a wooden table. Squirt a dab on your hands and rub it all around after cutting fish, onions, garlic and other...
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