How Much Vitamin D Do You Really Need During the Winter Months?

The last couple of winters, I noticed that I was feeling more lethargic compared to previous years. Sure, I was getting older and all, but I wondered if this was directly related to my Vitamin D (nicknamed the “sunshine vitamin”) levels, since I live in Michigan — a state which goes very gray and cold from November through the early […]

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This is what it really takes to become a brand ambassador

We are in the age of information overload, thanks to the overwhelming number of media outlets that we have access to in a free market today. That means it doesn’t take much to spread the word about a positive experience about a product, person, or company, especially if you’re the kind of person that a large number of people generally […]

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This Best-Selling Air Dryer Brush Has Over 13,000 Five Star Reviews—and It's Really That Good

Whether you’re a morning person or not, taking the time to style your hair everyday can be exhausting. Once out of the shower, you have to blow dry it—and then most likely follow up with a flat or curling iron. And don’t even get us started on round brushing (i.e. the bane of our existence). After five minutes of tackling […]

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The painful truth about what having a hangover really does to your body

The pounding head. The parched mouth. And, worst of all, the crushing sense of anxiety as you cast your (foggy) mind back to the night before and try to remember if you said or did anything awful. Most of us have woken up with a hangover at some point and struggled through the day wondering how on earth a few […]

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The science of mindfulness—What do we really know and where do we go?

The historical practice of mindfulness is a burgeoning integrated medicine field associated with benefits for people with issues ranging from insomnia to chronic pain and fueled by more than $550 million in federal funding over the past 20 years. Yet the evidence for impact on health from mindfulness is sometimes outpaced by popular discourse on the promise. The science, hype […]

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‘Trash talk’ really can put players off their game

The 1986 NBA All-Star game in Dallas had the first three-point shooting contest, when eight all-stars were selected for the competition. Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics, who was known as a trash talker, walked into the locker room as one of the competitors and asked, “Which one of you guys is going to finish second?” He won the contest […]

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Jeff Lewis, Gage Edward Hired Lawyers in 'Really Ugly' Custody Battle

Next steps. Jeff Lewis and Gage Edward have hired lawyers to discuss custody of their 2-year-old daughter, Monroe. The Flipping Out star, 49, and his ex-boyfriend talked for three hours with their attorneys about a single week of visitation, Lewis admitted on the Tuesday, June 18, episode of his SiriusXM radio show, Jeff Lewis Live. “It was never resolved,” he said. “Am I going […]

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Whoa, You'll Never Guess What A Lesbian Sex Dream Really Means If You're Straight

You’ve just woken up from a sex dream and, instead of feeling happy and relaxed (thanks, sleep orgasm!), you feel totally confused. Why? Because the regulation hottie in your dream wasn’t your usual Chris Evans or Chris Hemsworth (or okay, even Chris Pratt)—it was a woman. Yep, let’s just come out and say it: You had a lesbian sex dream. […]

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