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The Blend: A Cooking Technique That Makes Red Meat More Nutritious

By Lauren Murphy, taken from Huffington Post (huffpost.com) Adding one unfussy ingredient to your burgers can help your health and the planet. Nothing says summer like a burger fresh off the grill, char marks and all. But eating too much beef can have some pretty rough consequences on your health and the environment. If only there were a way to …

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The 15 Grooming Tips All Stylish Dads Know

Taken from Esquire.com   How to look – and feel – better Time was, a man who spent too long in the bathroom was met with a level of scorn and suspicion usually reserved for politicians who try to embrace indie music. Thankfully times have changed but even now it’s easy to feel bemused by the overwhelming amount of advice, …

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10 Common Misconceptions About Suicide

by: DUSTIN KOSKI with ListVerse taken from ListVerse.com Suicide is on the rise around the world. Europe, Australia, China, and the US are all experiencing increasing suicide rates. It’s a growing problem for society and will be more and more likely to affect your life directly—if it hasn’t already. If you are reading this because you have contemplated or are contemplating suicide, or if someone …

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11 Dishes Every Pineapple Obsessed Person Should Try

Article by: King’s Hawaiian Brands Pineapple is great on pizza. Pineapple is great on sandwiches. Pineapple is great by itself. Pineapple is life. Pineapple lovers, journey to new horizons and try one of these pineapple-themed recipes. 1. Pork and Hawaiian Fried Rice So you’re obsessed with pineapple? Take your love to another level by dishing out delicious servings of pork and …

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What Are The 10 Main Intuitive Eating Principles?

By Juliet Kuehnle, MS, NCC, LPC What Are The 10 Main Intuitive Eating Principles? The 10 main intuitive eating principles are: 1. Reject the diet mentality. This idea that there’s got to be some diet that will work for you – often with lots of unreasonable rule. 2. Honor your health. 3. Honor your hunger. Keeping your body biologically fed with an adequate intake. …

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Making Your Mental Health a Priority

By Elise Howell, LPCA It’s Mental Health Awareness Month, and at Psych Bytes, we’re joining organizations across the country in raising awareness and breaking the stigma about mental health conditions. Mental Health Extends Beyond a Diagnosis  “Mental Health” encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Many mental health professionals extend this definition to consider how our physical and spiritual health interacts with our overall mood and well-being. …

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5 Simple, Fun Ideas for Family Fitness

You know why exercise is important for your family: It can lower heart risks, control weight, and help kids do better in school. And it lets kids burn off some energy. Plus, family activities and fitness at an early age can go a long way toward helping children form healthy habits for life.But don’t expect your kids to understand — or even care — about those things. …

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10 Ways To Help Your Child Become Interested in Reading

  You can encourage reading for a child in your life – here are just a few ways: 1. Pay attention to what your child is interested in, and encourage him or her to read books on those subjects. 2. Set aside time to read with your child every day. Spend time reading together just before bed and take turns …

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17 Beauty Tips That Are Actual Gamechangers

BY  RACHEL NUSSBAUM (and Glamour Magazine staff) At this point, it feels like if you’ve read one article of beauty tips, you’ve read ’em all. Of course, it’s for a reason—tried-and-true hacks like using a bobby pin for eyeliner and swatting down frizz with a dryer sheet do work—but they don’t exactly leave us excited nor do they inspire to go out there …

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