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6 New Year’s Resolutions to Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet

That time of year has come yet again and many of us will wake up on January 1, 2016 with the thought of “new year, new me.” Unfortunately, most New Year’s resolutions fail – and of course that partially happens due to a lack of inner motivation – but often times people don’t make any progress with their goals because they…
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May 30, 2017
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Strategies for dealing with disappointment.

Strategies for dealing with disappointment We’re told that one definition of insanity is to repeat the same fruitless action over and over again and expecting the outcome to change. On the other hand, we’re constantly told to follow our dreams and never, ever give up. Which is right? It would seem that as long as you have some feasible chance…
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October 29, 2016
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Chill Pills: Nootropics for Stress and Anxiety Relief

Whether we like it or not, with life comes problems. Even when we start our days with a positive attitude and the greatest intentions, that cup of Starbucks coffee in your car still manages to spill and make a mess. Yikes! While our first instinct of reacting to this type of problem is to curse and yell, I’m here to…
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September 11, 2015
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Uncover This Powerful Potion that Fights Your Brain’s Aging Process

Phosphatidylserine: Uncover This Powerful Potion that Fights Your Brain’s Aging Process Sharpen your Learning Skills. Optimize Focus. Improve overall Memory Function—even Under Pressure. Doesn’t that sound great to you? Well yeah, of course… But what if I was to tell you that you can experience all these benefits in one supplement? Keep reading… I’m talking about Phosphatidylserine. I know, it’s…
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July 10, 2015
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Oh baby, that really does hurt

A new study claims that babies feel physical pain just as faster as adults, and possibly even more so. This contradicts earlier studies as well as the prevailing medical view that, because babies’ brains are undeveloped, they don’t experience pain in any way other than a reflex. “Our study provides the first really strong evidence that this is not the…
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April 29, 2015