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The 6X6 Brutality Workout

Do you think you're tough? Do you think you're invincible and have faced your greatest workout challenge? If those are true, congratulations - you're …

The Key to Treating Depression? Exercise, Research Says

You're 75% more likely to develop depression if you don't workout.<p>If ever you had any doubts about the mind-body connection, listen up: New research suggests that physical activity may be the key to fighting depression.<p>Three recent studies pooled data from past research involving a total of …

Brain gain: 10 ways to think yourself younger

Fancy anti-ageing face creams are all very well, but how many of us stop to think about the importance of keeping our brains young?<p>With the average lifespan tipped to rise to 100, we’re living longer lives and asking more of our bodies than ever. But losing our memories doesn’t have to be part of …

Autopsy Shows Former NFL Player Kevin Turner Had Advanced CTE

Former NFL player Kevin Turner had the most advanced stage of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) when he died, Boston University brain …

This Type of Exercise Can Help Ward Off Alzheimer's

You probably know that exercise is a great way to keep your brain healthy as you age. But now a new study sheds some light on which <i>type</i> of exercise …

Pollution particles damage blood vessels, may lead to heart disease

Tiny pollution particles produced by vehicle engines and industry are known to worsen heart disease and raise the risk of stroke, but a new study suggests they might also be planting the seeds for cardiovascular disease early on.<p>In healthy young adults with no signs of heart disease, researchers …

Economists never imagined negative interest rates — now they're rewriting textbooks

In 1983, when Frederic Mishkin started writing "The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets," his seminal textbook on macroeconomics, he never thought he'd devote much space to the idea of negative interest rates.<p>"A million years no," Mishkin told Business Insider.<p>Negative rates were seen …

Economics

7 Warning Signs You Need to Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

Those who lack emotional intelligence will self-destruct long before success is able to flourish.<p>It's not hard to understand the role of emotional intelligence when it comes to success: whether you're born with an abundance or you have to work hard to develop a smaller share, it's important to have …

It Doesn't Matter When You Eat

There are so many myths and strangely specific rules about <i>when</i> to eat to lose weight, but alone they do nothing to help. <i>Eat a hearty breakfast and</i> …

25 Secrets of spiritual struggle that Jesus revealed to St. Faustina

How to protect yourself from demon attacks<p><i></i><b>In Cracow-Pradnik, June 2, 1938</b>, the Lord Jesus directed a young Polish Sister of Mercy on a three-day …

New Zealand's ONLY Mens Lifestyle Magazine

M2 June 2018 - LATEST ISSUE!<p>May 25, 2018<p>Just recently we were treated to another exciting innovation from one of Scotland’s leading whisky brands. In …

What would happen if the world suddenly went vegetarian?

Eliminating meat from our diets would bring a bounty of benefits to both our own health and the planet’s – but it could also harm millions of people.<p>People become vegetarians for a variety of reasons. Some do it to alleviate animal suffering, others because they want to pursue a healthier …

Get a Complete Strength Workout in Two Moves

Looking to simplify your routine at the gym? Try these workouts that require just two moves. Besides streamlining your strength session, these moves …

​iPhones 'emit double the radiation' of Galaxy handsets: Korean agency

Apple's iPhones have double the electromagnetic waves absorption rate of Samsung's Galaxy series, according to data from South Korea's National Radio …

8 Powerful Signs That You're Successful (Even If You Don't Think So)

Self-doubt happens to the best of us - here are some signs you're a lot more successful than you think.<p>At one time or another, most of us have fallen prey to imposter syndrome. No matter how qualified we may be or how hard we work, there's that nagging voice in our heads that suggests that maybe …

A world without work is coming – it could be utopia or it could be hell | Ryan Avent

Robots will eventually do all our jobs, but we need to start planning to avert social collapse<p>Most of us have wondered what we might do if we didn’t need to work – if we woke up one morning to discover we had won the lottery, say. We entertain ourselves with visions of multiple homes, trips around …

Sugar Shocked? The Rest Of Food Industry Pays For Lots Of Research, Too

Sugar shocked.<p>That describes the reaction of many Americans this week following revelations that, 50 years ago, the sugar industry paid Harvard scientists for research that downplayed sugar's role in heart disease — and put the spotlight squarely on dietary fat.<p>What might surprise consumers is just …

New York University

The Scientific Reason It's So Hard to Make Yourself Go to the Gym

A Harvard scientist explains the biology behind your laziness.<p>Not only does exercise help you fit into your favorite jeans and maintain your physical fitness, it also improves your mood, decreases stress, and makes you smarter and more creative. In short, breaking a sweat is essentially a wonder …

Physical Education

How America became a 1% society

Since 1980, the economy has continued to grow impressively, but most of the benefits have migrated to the top. <b>Bill Moyers</b> asks why<p>Sixty-six years ago this summer, on my 16th birthday, I went to work for the daily newspaper in the small east Texas town of Marshall where I grew up. It was a good …

9 Brutal Truths About Emotional Intelligence Everyone Needs to Hear

Is E.I. all it's cracked up to be? Decide for yourself.<p>What's your emotional intelligence quotient?<p>Ever since Daniel Goleman's international best-seller <i>Emotional Intelligence</i> was released in 1995, interest in this quality has risen dramatically. Many psychologists and other experts claim that …

Behind the sugar industry's 50-year mission to axe its link to heart disease

Trust no one.<p>That’s the takeaway of a new study published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), which claims the sugar industry in the 1960s launched a campaign in which it paid for nutrition research to downplay evidence linking America’s rising sugar consumption to …

I ate nothing but vegetarian fast food for a week — and discovered a huge problem with the industry

After spending a week trying to eat healthy while consuming nothing but fast food, I figured that going vegetarian for five days would be a breeze. I already knew fast-food menus like the back of my hand, and I had plenty of vegetarian friends I could consult.<p>Plus, a growing percentage of the …

'Air pollution' particles linked to Alzheimer's found in human brain

Tiny magnetic particles produced by car engines and brakes can travel into the human brain and may trigger Alzheimer's disease, scientists have warned.<p>Researchers at Lancaster, Oxford and Manchester Universities discovered microscopic spheres of the mineral magnetite in the brains of 37 people in …

When It Comes to Major Weight Loss, It All Comes Down to More Veggies

You've tried everything, but this time it is going to be different. You're finally getting down to business and losing the weight you've gained, …

Consciousness Persists: Even after Death

<b>We all know it’s coming, sooner or hopefully later! Death is just one of those things that happen to us all, eventually.</b><p>One thing many of us agree …

Mild bump to head increases risk of psychiatric problems and early death

Suffering even a mild bump to the head can leave people at greater risk of psychiatric problems and early death, a study shows.<p>Researchers at the University of Oxford and Imperial College studied more than a million people born since 1973 in Sweden and followed them to see how head injuries …

10 Ways Manipulators Use Emotional Intelligence for Evil (and How to Fight Back)

Learn how to protect yourself.<p>Emotional intelligence is nothing new.<p>Sure, the term was coined in the 1960s, and popularized by psychologists in recent decades. But the concept of emotional intelligence--which I define as a person's ability to recognize and understand emotions and use that …