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Coca-Cola is an absolute giant when it comes to marketing. Few brands are so well recognized across the globe and the company has done a brilliant job in making itself hip, cool and even apparently healthy!

» Bulletproof Coffee Review – For Weight Loss and Concentration
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» 'Social Snacking' – Facebook Users Update Their Status to Feel Less Lonely
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When friends – real, live friends, not "Facebook Friends" – told me about Facebook a few years ago and urged me to sign up, I asked them what it was like. Most of them talked about it in superlatives...

» Despite 'Healthier' Options, Fast Food Is Still High in Calories
By Laurel Avery | Published 12/2/2012 | Nutrition | Rating:
A trip to your local drive-through may present you with more options than you would have had a decade ago. Salads, oatmeal, fruit smoothies — at a glance it’s easy to think that fast food restaurants have upgraded their typical fries and burger fare...

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» Nervous Breakdown – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
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In an overcrowded, stress-filled world, few phrases are so casually used as 'nervous breakdown'. People can often be heard in offices or on public transport saying things like...

» What Is Depersonalization?
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Have you ever felt that your thoughts, emotions, and actions mean nothing and might as well be happening to someone else? If so, you may have experienced depersonalization...

» The Freudian Case Studies
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Freudian Psychoanalysis is not a set of theories developed by a psychology professor in some Oxford or Harvard University library. Freud was a medical doctor and neurologist who...

» Can a Relationship Survive an Affair?
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Ask a marriage guidance counsellor to list the questions they most often hear and somewhere near the top will be "can our relationship survive his (or her) affair?"

» What Is a Midlife Crisis?
By Mark Goddard | Published 11/29/2016 | Psychology | Unrated
Use the phrase 'midlife crisis' and most people will probably laugh. But the midlife crisis is no joke. On the contrary, it is an important, even potentially dangerous, phase in someone's life...

» The Psychological Challenges of Returning to Education as an Adult
By Mark Goddard | Published 11/29/2016 | Psychology | Unrated
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» The Poet as Healer for a Mentally-Ill World
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» Psychological Growth: Buddhism and Psychoanalysis
By Mark Goddard | Published 11/29/2016 | Psychology | Unrated
Psychoanalysis and Buddhism focus on the individual. Both seek to understand his essential nature and help him to grow and mature...

» How to Turn Your Garden Into the Perfect Refuge for Recharging and Relaxing
By Jamey Wagner | Published 11/17/2016 | Home Improvement | Unrated
Spending time outdoors is one of the very best ways to improve your health across the board. Getting more fresh air and vitamin D can help to...

» Health Benefits of Mullein Leaf Herb
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 11/16/2016 | Medicinal Herbs | Unrated
Mullein leaf herb is, as the name suggests, a type of herb. More interestingly, this is a herb that has numerous medicinal properties and that has been used in traditional medicine for a very long time...

» Himalayan Pink Salt
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Himalayan pink salt is not salt as you know it. Rather, this is a type of salt that originates in the Himalayan mountain ranges across Asia and that has been given a pink hue by lava...

» What Is Your Training Philosophy?
By Adam Sinicki | Published 11/4/2016 | Training | Unrated
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» How to Burn More Calories During a Weightlifting Workout
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» Easy, Natural Ways to Prevent Kidney Stones
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Kidney stones are no joke. These are mineral crystallizations that can form inside the kidney and require dangerous surgery to remove...

» Proven Health Benefits of Quercetin
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Quercetin is a highly potent antioxidant that is found in numerous different fruits and vegetables...

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