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How To Attract Positive Friendships And Shed Toxic Ones
October 27, 2011 | Happiness | 
As we age, they're the spice that keeps us vibrant and challenged. They're also good medicine. When your body sags, longtime buddies lift you up. When you're sick and bedridden, they brighten your outlook. When death comes knocking, they slam the door on evil thoughts. But how do we keep positive friendships in our lives and shed those that are toxic?

Apple Season Is Almost Over: Don't Miss Out On Protecting Your Cardio Health
October 24, 2011 | Antioxidants | 
Sure, we can all get apples from the grocery, but how many of them are actually fresh and organic. Apple season is soon ending as there's nothing like picking your own apple's at the orchard. Moreover, taking apples daily is one way of reducing your risks of cardiovascular disease.

Study Confirms That Money Can't Buy You Love or Happiness
October 18, 2011 | Happiness | 
New research confirms The Beatles' lyrical hypothesis and finds that "the kind of thing that money just can't buy" is a happy and stable marriage.

Ginger Supplements Reduce Inflammation and Cancer Risk, Study Suggests
October 18, 2011 | Antioxidants | 
Ginger's anti-inflammatory properties may play a role in reducing inflammation in the colon, possibly reducing the risks of developing colorectal cancer, according to new research.

Not One Modern Present Day Political, Social or Economic System Can Result In Happiness
October 14, 2011 | Happiness | 
The discourse of contentment, rejected by the modern secular world we live in is dominated by two ideologies, both based on wealth and economics, broadly classified as Capitalism and Communism or Socialism. Both seek to create a happy world, and believe that happiness is a function of wealth. If this were true, why are those who obtain wealth never happy or satisfied?

A Happy Friend Living Within a Half-Mile Makes You 42% More Likely To Be Happy
October 13, 2011 | Happiness | 
Human beings instinctively look for associations with other members of society. Especially in times of stress and difficulty, support received from others makes us feel better and confident with less pain and turmoil. Research by Harvard Medical School and the University of California found happiness is like a virus - it's passed through social networks, such as family, close friends and neighbors. Sadness, however, does not apparently spread to the same extent.

Can Great Sex Be A Memory Erasing Activity?
October 12, 2011 | Sex | 
While sex can be forgettable or mind-blowing, for some people, it can quite literally be both at the same time. A woman, whose case was reported in the September issue of The Journal of Emergency Medicine, was experiencing transient global amnesia right after having sex with her husband.

Dried Fruits Rank Among The Top Potassium Sources In Diets Around The World
October 7, 2011 | Nutrition | 
Although dried fruits are highly nutritious and included in the dietary recommended guidelines in some countries, many others have not formally made that step. Internationally known researchers have stated that food policy makers should consider dried fruits on an even plane with fresh fruit when issuing dietary recommendations.

Workers Who Feel Disconnected Most Likely To Create Poisonous Work Environment
October 7, 2011 | Happiness | 
University of British Columbia research shows that managers should keep team members connected and engaged to avoid workplace sabotage. Co-authored by UBC Sauder School of Business Prof. Karl Aquino, the study reveals that envious employees are more likely to undermine peers if they feel disconnected from others.

Why You Need Vitamin D Supplementation If You Have Pale Skin
October 4, 2011 | Sunlight | 
Skin color adapts to sunlight intensities which produce vitamin D or ultraviolet light damage to folic acid. Now researchers at the University of Leeds suggest that people with very pale skin may be unable to spend enough time in the sun to make the amount of vitamin D the body needs -- while also avoiding sunburn.

How Anticaking Ingredients Promote The Degradation, Not Stabilization of Foods
October 3, 2011 | Nutrition | 
Instead of protecting certain nutrients from moisture, anti-caking agents in ingredient blends may in-fact accelerate the breakdown of beneficial compounds like vitamin C, say researchers.


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