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» Coke's Original Recipe: Was There Really Cocaine in It?
By Adam Sinicki | Published 08/28/2016 | Miscellaneous | Rating:
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
By Adam Sinicki | Published 08/29/2014 | Coffee Tea | Rating:
Putting butter in coffee appears to be the latest craze across the web and there are a huge number of fans who enthusiastically promote its benefits and recommend it to anyone who will listen...

» 'Social Snacking' – Facebook Users Update Their Status to Feel Less Lonely
By Juliette Siegfried | Published 01/21/2013 | Miscellaneous | Rating:
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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» Why a Routine Is Crucial for Improving Your Health and Fitness
By Adam Sinicki | Published 06/19/2017 | Self Improvement Motivation | Unrated
If you want to improve your health and fitness, get a better physique, lose weight or improve any other aspect of your life, then the single most important factor to focus on is consistency...

» What Is Feminism?
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/19/2017 | Miscellaneous | Unrated
Feminism is often misunderstood. Men in particular, especially those who feel threatened, will sometimes complain that feminists hate men. But this is nonsense...

» What Is Life? – Love, Meaning, and Happiness
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/19/2017 | Self Improvement Motivation | Unrated
Even the shallowest individual occasionally pauses to consider the deep questions. What is life? Why are we here? And, perhaps most important, what does it all mean?

» The Hipster: A 21st Century Search for Identity and Authenticity
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/19/2017 | Psychology | Unrated
Go to a formerly poor, working-class area of London or New York and sooner or later you will meet a 'hipster.' No doubt he will resent such a label (after all, once you have been labelled you cease to be an individual and begin to look like a poseur)...

» Freud, Jung and the Nature of Dreams
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/19/2017 | Psychology | Unrated
Few areas of depth psychology arouse so much interest and controversy as the nature of dreams. Freud, Jung, and many others, came to see the dream as a sort of key that would give them access to the unconscious...

» The American Psyche
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/18/2017 | Psychology | Unrated
Few things are more likely to provoke anger and disgust than generalizing about another nation or culture...

» Joseph Campbell: Myth and Self-Growth
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/18/2017 | Self Improvement Motivation | Unrated
The American scholar Joseph Campbell believed that mythology could guide the individual along a path of personal growth and fulfilment...

» Living With Agoraphobia – Why Is Modern Life Making Us Depressed
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/18/2017 | Anxiety | Unrated
Anxiety and phobia are nothing new. Indeed, over two thousand years ago, the Greek physicians observed that there were people "who fear that which need not be feared," while Roman writers like Seneca and Cicero described the different anxiety states in great detail...

» What Is Health Anxiety? – Living With Hypochondria
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/17/2017 | Anxiety | Unrated
In general, people seem to feel very little sympathy for hypochondriacs. Indeed, many dismiss them as irritating, whiney, and self-obsessed...

» Becoming a Step-Parent? Here's What You Should Know!
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/17/2017 | Parenting | Unrated
The relationship between step-parent and stepchild is a unique and often tricky one, though one that can also prove rich and rewarding...

» Embracing the Present – Learning the Importance of Presence
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/17/2017 | Psychology | Unrated
Browse the health and lifestyle magazines in your local store and within no time you will find an article advocating mindfulness and encouraging you to live in the moment...

» Impact of Globalization on Mental Health
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/14/2017 | Mental Health | Unrated
Despite our increasing knowledge of the brain and nervous system, mental illness continues to blight the lives of millions of people. Some argue that the roots of this failure lie in our reductive approach...

» How to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/14/2017 | Miscellaneous | Unrated
Emotional intelligence, also known as E.Q., measures someone's ability to understand and manage both their own emotions and other people's. Rather than a different kind of intelligence, E.Q. broadens the very way intelligence is defined...

» Coming to Terms With Death and Mortality
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/14/2017 | Psychology | Unrated
Sigmund Freud once claimed to have thought about death every day of his life. If that was true, he was not alone. Ultimately, of course, everyone must make their own peace with death, but the following may help...

» Biological Enhancement: Changing What it Means to Be Human
By Mark Goddard | Published 06/14/2017 | Miscellaneous | Unrated
It is often said that whereas the 20th century was the century of physics, the 21st will be the century of biology. And as our understanding of life advances and deepens, this will no doubt result in more and more effective treatments for mental and physical illness...

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