Heather Anderson

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Warren Buffett explains the bull market

Warren Buffett this morning told CNBC that the stock markets continue to climb, in large part, because of low interest rates: Interest rates are …

Here are the Cities at Risk of a Housing Bubble

By Claudio Saputelli and Matthias Holzhey<p>Rapid increases in housing prices are becoming increasingly visible in more cities around the world, …

5 Core Principles 7-Figure Earners Use When Selling Online

The bigger picture when it comes to marketing is learning to pull the many emotional triggers that persuade a person to buy from you.<p>11 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In business, there are certain fundamentals that must exist for survival. Things like value, …

Marketing

Here’s how to answer ‘What’s your biggest weakness?’

For job seekers, interview questions require you to think quickly on your feet and respond to any curveball the interviewer throws your way — even …

Employment

10 lessons in career longevity from Billy Joel

In 2014, Billy Joel became the first musician to ever be awarded a residency at Madison Square Garden after performing a whopping 46 concerts there — …

Music

How to stop sitting yourself to death

Sitting is probably killing you slowly — whether you exercise vigorously every day or not. Sitting has been referred to as the new smoking. And a …

Exercise

Babies Born in October Live Longer and Are Better at Sports

September babies may dominate in the classroom. But on the playing field, October babies rule.<p>You already know that August babies are the tallest and …

Pregnancy

The 21st-Century Miracle: Living To 100

We’re in the middle of a 21st-century miracle.<p>In 1900, life expectancy was 47 years old. In 1950, 58 years old. And just in 2008, 79 years old. Today, scientists believe the average age could reach 100 before the end of the century.<p>This is first time the scientific community isn’t sure if there’s a …

Most Important Meal? Heart Risks Linked to Skipping Breakfast

Skipping breakfast on a regular basis may be harmful to your heart, a new study from Spain suggests.<p>In the study, middle-age men and women who …

Anti-ageing: Is it possible, and would we want it?

Eternal youth has been a human preoccupation for millennia. But what would happen if we could actually halt the ageing process?<p>In the 1850s, the average life expectancy in the US at birth was only 40 years old. Now, the average American can expect to live until at least 78. Recent medical research …

Medicine

Body Clock Researchers Win Nobel Prize

Three American researchers won the Nobel Prize in Medicine on Monday for discovering what makes us tick — the molecular circuitry of the body clocks that control life on Earth.<p>Their work, done over decades, helps explain how life adapts to the 24-hour cycle of day, and also how diseases such as …

Nobel Prize

10 Incredible Foods to Keep Your Brain Healthy

Healthy aging can mean many things to different people. In addition to caring for our skin, eyes, and weight, we also need to consider how to care …

Nutrition

10 Easy And Natural Ways To Increase Serotonin To Feel Happier

Top 10 Ingredients to Look for in Anti Aging Creams

news Wednesday, June 17, 2015<p>Top 10 Ingredients to Look for in Anti Aging Creams<p>The fact that women and anti aging creams will forever be friends is …

Memory Master Reveals 5 Ways to Keep Your Brain Sharp

An entrepreneur who can memorize the order of a deck of cards in under a minute shares tips to sharpen your memory.<p>Ed Cooke, CEO and co-founder of Memrise, has an unusual background for an entrepreneur. Forget business school or years as a consultant, Cooke spent most of his 20s competing in memory …

The Brain

Workout Facials: Can Exercising Your Face Really Make It Look Younger?

<i>Photo credit: Alicia Cho, Thrive Market</i><p><i>By Dana Poblete for Thrive Market</i><p>When Carole Maggio started her Facercise regimen in 1981 and popularized it in the 1990s, who knew it would blow up to be a full-blown spa treatment--one featured in major international department stores and hip pop-up …

Live Longer: The One Anti-Aging Trick That Works

While the quest for the proverbial Fountain of Youth is endless and typically fruitless, one method known to extend the human lifespan by up to five …

Next Avenue Names Its Top 50 '2016 Influencers In Aging'

Next Avenue – public media’s first and only digital publication dedicated to covering issues for people 50 and older – named its 2016 Influencers in Aging, which includes 50 advocates, researchers, thought leaders, innovators, writers and experts at the forefront of changing how we age and think …

Demographics

Never Say Die: 9 Lessons From The World's Longest-Living People

These people live continents away from one another, yet they've unlocked the secrets to living a long, healthful life. Learn 9 common traits of the …

Holistic Medicine

This Workout Reverses Signs of Aging, According to Science

Mayo Clinic researchers say interval training may have anti-aging benefits at the cellular level.<p>HIIT—or high intensity interval training—has been <i>the</i> …

Exercise

One Calgary Home, 11 Lessons in Energy Efficiency

Homes & Design Photo Credit: Zoon Media, original photos on Houzz<p>A Calgary duplex designed by the team at Lighthouse Studios Residential Design is a …

11 Reasons Singapore Needs to Be Next on Your Bucket List

I may be a little biased, as some of my fondest childhood memories are of living in Singapore, but it really is a country with so much to offer. It's often seen as a quick stopover destination on a longer journey, with the only tourist attraction being the iconic Marina Bay Sands. While I'll admit …

Benefits of water: Are you getting enough fluids to stay healthy?

This feature is part of CNN Parallels, an interactive series exploring ways you can improve your health by making small changes to your daily habits.<p><b>(CNN) —</b> Water is known as the elixir of life, with good reason. Every system in your body needs it to survive.<p>"Water regulates our body temperature, …

Ten Benefits To Strength Training

<b>1. Increased Cognitive Function -</b><p>Strength training has shown to boost your cognitive function. This is largely down to the fact that training with …