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New 4,000 Mile Trail Will Let You Bike from Coast to Coast on One Unbroken Path

This post was originally published on this site Are you one of those people dream of doing great things and making a name for themselves? Well, here’s an idea, try biking across the U.S on a new, 4,000-mile path that… Continue Reading →

Here’s Why We Should Ditch Throwing New Moms Baby Showers For Postpartum Parties

This post was originally published on this site The term ‘postpartum’ doesn’t always spark feelings of merriment or good tidings, in fact, it sounds downright depressing which is how many women feel soon after childbirth. The lack of support for… Continue Reading →

Parents are Imperfect, Flawed Human Beings, Just Like Everyone Else

This post was originally published on this site All parents make mistakes in upbringing. There’s no perfect parent. However, when the mistakes recur frequently, especially abusive behavior, it may lead to a toxic environment that causes emotional damage to the… Continue Reading →

Man Is Left Blind After He Had A Shower With His Contact Lenses In

This post was originally published on this site Have you ever put your contact lenses in and forgotten about them altogether as you go about your business for a couple of days? Well, it’s time to stop doing that as… Continue Reading →

Genius Invention: A Rocking Chair With An Attached Bassinet

This post was originally published on this site We see great designs of common household furniture all the time, some are quite useful while others less so. Every once in awhile, you get to see a piece of furniture that… Continue Reading →

103-Year-Old Runner Nicknamed “Hurricane” Wins Yet Another Gold in 100-Meter Dash

This post was originally published on this siteThere is a common saying that goes: “age is just a number.” This seems to hold true in the case of this Louisiana-based centenarian who has spent what was supposed to be her… Continue Reading →

Dear Entitled Adults, Your Parents Don’t Owe You Anything

This post was originally published on this siteWhether responsibly or not, parents make the decision to bring children into the world who are dependent on them for many years. All parents want to provide for their children. They long to… Continue Reading →

Woman Whose Hair Turned Gray at 21 Says She Feels Sexier Than Ever At 43

This post was originally published on this siteSara was left shocked when she noticed that her hair had suddenly started to turn gray when she was 21. She was forced to dye her hair for many years but decided to… Continue Reading →

Here’s Why Growing Up With Cousins Is So Awesome

This post was originally published on this siteCousins are amazing people to have. They are the closest thing to siblings without actually being so and our relationship with them doesn’t end just because they or we move to another city. … Continue Reading →

Kale Named One Of The Most Pesticide-contaminated Veggies You Can Buy In America

This post was originally published on this site The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has released its 2019 ‘Dirty Dozen’ report and Kale has ranked third only behind strawberries and spinach when it comes to pesticide contamination [1]. Each year, the… Continue Reading →

Amazon Is Selling A Bracelet That Gives You An Electric Shock If You Eat Too Much Junk Food

This post was originally published on this site Do you have difficulty controlling your cravings for junk food? Or are you finding it difficult to break bad habits ranging from oversleeping, smoking and nail-biting? If you are, the Pavlok wrist… Continue Reading →

8 Powerful Life Lessons Every Woman Should Remember

This post was originally published on this site Women are forces of nature in their own right, and when they set their minds fully on something, they are usually forces to be reckoned with. Despite being in the 21st century,… Continue Reading →

20 Things to Know About People Dealing With ‘High-Functioning’ Depression

This post was originally published on this site High-functioning depression (often called dysthymia) is not common, not because it doesn’t exist, but because we often don’t see it. It’s difficult to identify this problem because of the disposition of the… Continue Reading →

The Deadly Kiss: Toddler Hospitalized After His Face Was Ravaged By Herpes

This post was originally published on this site 27-year-old full-time mom, Lorna Hoy has been spreading awareness on social media to let other parents know that even a harmless kiss can be detrimental to their child. Her two-year-old son, Kalo… Continue Reading →

6-Year-Old Girl Was Diagnosed With an Aggressive Brain Tumor. Two Weeks Later, Her Little Brother Received the Same Diagnosis

This post was originally published on this site A couple in Torrance, Los Angeles probably had the worst two weeks of their lives when both of their children were diagnosed with brain cancer. Duncan and Nohea Avery were terrified when… Continue Reading →

Going Gray Gracefully: Why I Stopped Coloring My Hair

Early graying is a cause of concern for a lot of people, especially women. We feel we have to keep up with this societal image of perfection, and gray hair isn’t normally included in the approved mix. Well, sorry to… Continue Reading →

A Nap Desk Is Exactly What You Need To Be Productive At Work

The nap is mightier than caffeine. Long nights and drowsy mornings are as close as the numbers 5 and 6. Nearly everyone who stays up at night and has to get to work in the morning can relate to this…. Continue Reading →

Take Magnesium To Relieve These 6 Health Conditions

Magnesium is one of the most important mineral elements needed by the body. It’s believed to play the role of a supporting factor in more than 300 biochemical processes that the body undergoes. Magnesium can be obtained naturally from many… Continue Reading →

Finally, It Is Legal To Breastfeed In Public In *ALL* 50 States

This post was originally published on this site ‘Couldn’t she find somewhere more private to do that?’ or ‘ Is she really going to feed that baby out here in the open?’ are two out of the derogatory questions people… Continue Reading →

Hydrogen Peroxide Can Help Clear Ear Wax, but what about Ear Infections?

This post was originally published on this site Hydrogen peroxide is a common disinfectant in the household first-aid kits. It’s widely used in homes to clean floors, toilets, sinks, wash-hand basins and door handles. Mild, 3% concentrations of it can… Continue Reading →

Pregnant Women Who Eat Bananas Have A Higher Chance Of Having A Boy, Study Says

This post was originally published on this site You are what your mother eats. …or so they say. Women have tried since the dawn of time to influence the sex of their child. It’s not a new thing to want… Continue Reading →

Here’s your 2019 fitness inspiration: She’s 95 and is doing the splits

This post was originally published on this site If you make fitness a habit, it becomes a character. Phyllis Sues didn’t just make it a habit, she built a career out of it. The 95-year-old Los Angeles fitness enthusiast had… Continue Reading →

Woman Lost 125 Pounds by Making One Tiny Change Week by Week

Weight loss has never been considered a journey for the faint-hearted. Some people would rather resort to surgical fat removal than embark on diets and regular workouts. A survey published on Health.com explains that 2 out of 5 people who… Continue Reading →

People Are Going Crazy for Kerrygold Butter

This post was originally published on this site Kerrygold butter has been around for over five decades, and recently, more people in the U.S. are starting to choose it over other brands. The buzz over Kerrygold is quite frantic. The… Continue Reading →

Seniors Are Buying Tiny Homes to Live Their Golden Years Off the Grid

This post was originally published on this site It’s now a significant trend among senior citizens to buy cute tiny homes for their post-retirement years. Not RVs, but tiny wooden structures sometimes put up on wheels as an alternative to… Continue Reading →

86-Year-Old Woman Loses 120 Pounds by Walking in Her Living Room Every Day

This post was originally published on this site A lot of people would wonder why any elderly person would bother with weight loss. Really, aren’t they supposed to be relaxing and not stressing themselves out in their golden years? Well,… Continue Reading →

Smarter Babies Need Less Sleep and Wake Up Through the Night, Experts Claim

This post was originally published on this site Worrying about babies who don’t get much sleep at night may not be necessary, according to infant development experts. Smarter babies can’t sleep without interruption, and it isn’t something to fuss over…. Continue Reading →

Israeli company claims it has created new technology that can destroy cancerous tumors

An Israeli company named Alpha Tau Medical is breaking new ground in the destruction of cancerous tumors. Alpha Tau medical has developed a new technology called targeted radiotherapy.  Targeted radiotherapy differs from regular radiotherapy. Regular radiotherapy has a long viability… Continue Reading →

Stem Cell Dental Implants Grow New Teeth In 2 Months!

This post was originally published on this site Scientists really never back down. A new dental replacement procedure has been discovered and tested, and it’s a whole lot better than getting regular dentures and artificial teeth. Losing a tooth is… Continue Reading →


Angels do live among us, albeit sometimes without the wings and halos. Nine-year-old British boy Bailey Cooper had a mission to accomplish despite being exhausted from unimaginable pain. He held on harder than is expected of a nine-year-old because he… Continue Reading →

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