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on Thursday, 13 November 2014 11:34.

Founder of the website Rich20Something.com - has simple rules for anyone who wants to "highly productive"—

-Get up early:  You'll perform better and be looked at as someone who gets things done if you get up at 6 a.m. instead of 11 a.m. 

-Know what you want:  Start every day with a clear intention of what you want to accomplish, preferably with a focused meditation.

-Work out: Whether you like it or not, having a strong body is just as important as having a strong mind.

Add to that…according to a new study, people who sleep in cooler temperatures are healthier than those who fire up the thermostat at night.

- Helps decrease your risk of certain diseases, like diabetes.

- Colder-sleepers burn more calories throughout their day.- Sleeping in cooler temperatures keep you looking younger

 

on Thursday, 30 October 2014 10:22.

With Halloween just days away, here are the results of a survey that asked Americans what they are most afraid 

1.     Walking alone at night

2.     Becoming the victim of identity theft

3.     Safety on the Internet

4.     Being the victim of a mass shooting or random shooting

5.     Public speaking

Other things that made the list include:

·  Running out of money in the future

·  Government surveillance of Internet activity

·  Becoming sick

·  Natural disasters like tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes

on Monday, 27 October 2014 11:32.

Apparently. we all make snap judgments when the meet someone for the first time.These judgments are based on a lot of things … race, the way someone is dressed, the way they smell, their voice. Well, researchers have discovered that people also create strong first impressions on faces. That’s right. Everybody suffers from “face-ism.” It seems that people are most often drawn to faces with feminine features and wide eyes – or eyes that naturally seem cheerful.  On the other hand, faces with small eyes and tight-lipped mouths seem “introverted” and unfriendly. This is really weird because we think our judgments and choices are rational and based on important information, but the truth is that our judgments are actually based on superficial and irrelevant factors. How else can you explain trusting someone with large eyes instead of a person who squints. It just doesn’t make sense. (Metro)

on Monday, 27 October 2014 11:20.

While life expectancy in the U.S. is at an all-time high, women still live longer than men. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a girl born in 2012 can expect to live to 81.2 years – which is almost five years longer than a boy baby born the same year, who’s likely live to age 76.4.

Here are some reasons why women live longer than men:

  • Girls are tougher in the womb – For some reason, boys are slower to develop physically than girls while in the womb, which means they’re more likely to die if they are preemies due to underdeveloped lung or brain development.
                
  • Women are less likely to be daredevils – There are a lot more YouTube videos of boys skateboarding off their roofs into swimming pools than girls trying it.
               
  • Women have stronger social networks – Most men tend to hold their stress and worries in, while women tend to reach out and talk to others. So, guys stress out and die young.
               
  • Women take better care of their health – Men are 24 percent less likely than women to have visited a doctor within the past year and are 22 percent more likely to skip out on cholesterol testing. Guys don’t like doctors … and this takes its toll on their health. (FoxNews)

on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 11:19.

According to researchers, most heart attacks in men can be avoided by making some simple lifestyle changes, which include:

·  quit smoking

·  walk or bike at least 40 minutes each day

·  keep your waist smaller than 37 inches

·  drink moderate amounts of alcohol and…

·  eat a diet packed with fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy, and whole grains

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