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It’s time to rethink how you feel about your weekly grocery shop—starting with the shop itself. Your local market may feel like a sterile, fluorescent migraine of marketing come-ons and disillusioned checkout teens—or, if you’re shopping at Whole Foods, an overwhelming...

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On December 30 of last year, prominent Kremlin critic and opposition leader Alexei Navalny and his brother Oleg were convicted by a Russian court of embezzlement in a trial that was widely viewed as trumped up. Prosecutors said they stole 30 million rubles (about $432,000) from two firms,...

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Taking midday naps as they do in Spain was associated with lower blood pressure and the need for fewer antihypertensive medications in a new study. "Although William Blake affirms that it is better to think in the morning, act at noon, eat in the evening and sleep at night, noon sleep seems...

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A daily vitamin D supplement may soon be recommended for people in Britain. The British government is currently debating a proposal put forth by the independent Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition, an independent body similar to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, recommending that...

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Anti-bullying curriculum has created a generation of kids who are much more aware of overt, classic bullying. However, bullying and peer pressure take many forms, and at times can be very difficult to spot. One alarming trend happening in some school cafeterias is kids facing pressure to not eat...

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Drink eight cups of water a day! It’s like being sure to eat five servings of fruits and veggies a day, or get eight hours of sleep — it’s a statistic so central to leading a healthy life that we don’t question it any more. But here’s the thing: It’s not actually...

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This is what pure canine love looks like. According to this video description from the Essex Police Department in the U.K., Kate Witham was worried sick about her missing pug Lola, when she received a call from the police saying they had recovered a pug that was thought to be stolen at the scene...

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Health researchers say there are now nearly 47 million people living with dementia globally, up from 35 million in 2009. They warned that without a medical breakthrough, numbers will likely double every 20 years. In a report issued on Tuesday, researchers from Alzheimer’s Disease...

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When I was training for my first—and only—marathon in 2004, I used to joke that it would be a miracle if I didn’t throw my hand in the air and hail a cab when I hit the proverbial “wall” at mile 20. (It was New York City, after all.) While I can honestly say I loved...

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Gunnar Garfors has traveled to every single country in the world — all 198 of them. And he did it by the time he turned 37 years old, a pretty impressive accomplishment considering all the obscure countries he had to visit. It's thanks to three very simple items that Garfors made...

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When you ship your little ones off to school with well-stocked lunchboxes, the last thing you want to worry about is whether they’re trading in those painstakingly crafted meals for someone else’s puddings. Start the new school year right by making better-than-basic sandwiches that kids...

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This pooch is living the life she always deserved, thanks to one family who noticed her true beauty. Lisa the puppy arrived at the Humane Society of Silicon Valley in Milpitas, California, earlier this month after spending some time at a previous shelter. The pooch, who was transferred to HSSV...

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One of Bidder's original bottles, along with his notes. Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom George Parker Bidder may not be a household name, but he's getting some modern-day recognition for a series of experiments performed between 1904 and 1906 in the UK. He set...

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Whether it’s a classic such as Where the Wild Things Are or a new bestseller like The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep, bedtime stories have always been a big hit with little kids. They’re a hit with moms, dads, and educators too, thanks to the awesome brain and behavioral outcomes...

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For any nervous, spider-fearing Brits that say things like, "well I've never liked spiders, but at least the ones you get in this country aren't THAT bad" – it might be time to think again. British journalist Damian Barr became the latest victim in what now appears to...

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