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6 simple winter beauty rules to employ right now

With the party season in full swing, few of us have plenty of time to However, the central-heating and wet, windy weather will be now being taking its toll on your skin. Fortunately, there are several insider beauty tips and tricks to not only re-inject the radiance back into your skin, but ones …

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder impingement syndrome is a common source of pain in the shoulder. It is found in about 50% of patients who come to the doctor with a complaint of shoulder problems. Shoulder impingement is often referred to as rotator cuff tendonitis or shoulder bursitis (Figure 2). It is really an …

Why Your Brain Loves Visual Content (Infographic)

Here's why your brain loves colors and symbols galore.<p>From crosswalks to traffic lights, visual cues are everywhere. This is partly because your brain processes them incredibly quickly--especially in comparison to text. Visual cues are also memorable. As a result, the second time you see a symbol, …

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How to make a to-do list that actually helps you get everything done

A lot of people start their workday by making a to-do list. Depending on how realistic you are, there are probably anywhere from three to 15 items on your list. If it’s three, you probably end your workday feeling accomplished and energized. If you try to complete 15, you probably wrap up your day …

Time Management

Do We Have Left or Right Brain Personalities?

Is it true that some people are more 'right brained' or 'left brained?' Certainly some people are more creative and free-thinking, while others are …

The Brain

The Science of Memory: Top 10 Proven Techniques to Remember More and Learn Faster

I've always been envious of people with exceptional memories. You know, the kind of people who amass encyclopedic knowledge with seemingly little …