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» Coke's Original Recipe: Was There Really Cocaine in It?
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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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» The Six Traits of a Dysfunctional Family
By Mark Goddard | Published 10/21/2016 | Psychology | Unrated
For many, the family is a place of nourishment and joy in the good times, and of love and support in the bad. But for others it is a place of confusion and manipulation, even of torment and abuse...

» The Power of Suggestion
By Mark Goddard | Published 10/21/2016 | Psychology | Unrated
Though many resent the fact, human beings are highly suggestible creatures whose reason and rationality is limited. Indeed, almost anything is open to suggestion, from thought and behaviour to memory and shopping habits...

» How School Impacts a Child's Mental Health – What Makes a Good School?
By Mark Goddard | Published 10/21/2016 | Psychology | Unrated
After the family, school is the second great institution to influence a child's development. For some, their school days are the happiest of their lives. For many school is...

» Coping With Change – Keys to Handling Life's Transitions
By Mark Goddard | Published 10/20/2016 | Psychology | Unrated
Few things test an individual's mental health like sudden, unwanted change. Indeed, most people live their lives in fear of it. And this fear is responsible for numerous problems, from OCD and panic attacks to depression and anxiety...

» What Does It Mean to Be Mentally Healthy?
By Mark Goddard | Published 10/14/2016 | Mental Health | Unrated
Enough books and articles have been written on mental illness to fill an entire library. And most therapists, counsellors, and psychiatrists spend their whole career trying to heal and repair the mentally ill...

» Eye Floaters Not Usually Cause for Concern
By Kasey Wilson | Published 09/1/2016 | Eye Disorders | Unrated
Eye floaters are very common and are usually no reason for alarm. They occur most often in those over the age of 50...

» How to Cook Spaghetti Squash
By Darryl Brooks | Published 08/31/2016 | Cooking | Unrated
When looking for and preparing vegetables for meals, many people overlook the spaghetti squash. This large oblong-shaped member of the winter squash family looks a bit intimidating and without some help, many people would cut it open and then wonder what to do with it...

» Probiotics – Miracle Cure or Passing Fad?
By Darryl Brooks | Published 08/31/2016 | Nutrition | Unrated
There seems to be a lot of hype in the media lately on probiotics touting it as another cure all for anything that ails you. But what are probiotics, and what, if any benefits do they have?

» How to Enjoy Oatmeal
By Darryl Brooks | Published 08/30/2016 | Nutrition | Unrated
Oatmeal, that venerable, old cereal known in some cultures as porridge is showing a strong come-back in recent years, and with good reason...

» How to Cook and Store Ruby Red Swiss Chard for Health Benefits
By Jaime Night | Published 08/30/2016 | Cooking | Unrated
Red ruby Swiss chard is a dark green leafy vegetable similar to spinach with a bright red stem...

» Caring for the Common Green Iguana
By Shara J. J. Cooper | Published 08/30/2016 | Pet Related | Unrated
The common, green iguana is an unusual pet for most people. Despite this, they are easily found in many North Carolina pet stores. Pet owners are attracted to its bright color and large size...

» Baking Soda or Baking Powder?
By Sherry Parsons | Published 08/30/2016 | Cooking | Unrated
Baking soda, or bicarbonate of soda, is usually used in baking for leavening purposes. The baking soda reacts with acidic ingredients in the recipe to help the product rise...

» 3 Ways to Lose Weight While Watching Television
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 08/30/2016 | Weight Loss | Unrated
Good news for couch potatoes! You don’t have to give up watching your favorite programs to lose weight and get into shape. You just have to get off the couch while you're watching...

» Deciding Whether to Have Children
By Mark Goddard | Published 08/29/2016 | Parenting | Rating:
The decision whether or not to have children is one of the most significant we make. Until relatively recently few people had much choice: ignorance, social pressure and a lack of contraception decided for us...

» Home Remedies for Lie Bumps
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 08/29/2016 | Home Remedies | Unrated
‘Lie bump’ is a colloquial term for what is more technically referred to as ‘transient lingual papillitis’...

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