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    Fewer slices, less guilt

    Pizza background - macro shot of pepperoni pizza

    “When the waitress asked if I wanted my pizza cut into four or eight slices, I said, ‘Four. I don’t think I can eat eight.'” —Yogi Berra

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    15 of the Greatest Food Quotes Ever

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    These food quotes will make you want to head to your favorite restaurant and fill up on a decadent meal.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:49:42 +0000

    Penguins

    Emperor Penguins with chick

    There’s no denying that baby penguins are one of the cutest animals. When they first hatch, they are small and fluffy, unlike their tall, smooth parents. Baby penguins are fluffy so they can protect themselves from the cold weather until they grow their adult feathers. Even though they seem super fluffy, they still rely heavily on mom and dad to keep them warm. 

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    8 Animals Who Look Nothing Like Their Baby Pictures

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    When some animals are first born, they look nothing like their parents. Then, once they grow up, you can tell they're family.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:33:47 +0000

    To know which doctor is good, ask hospital employees

    “Their word trumps an Ivy League degree, prestigious titles, and charm.” —Marty Makary, MD, author of Unaccountable: What Hospitals Won’t Tell You and How Transparency Can Revolutionize Health Care. Here is how to find the best doctors, according to other doctors.

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    50 Secrets Surgeons Won’t Tell You

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    Surgeons have our lives in their hands, but most of us know more about the people who cut our hair than the doctors who cut our bodies. Here, insider tips to become a smarter, healthier patient.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:30:58 +0000

    Vinyl

    Old vinyl record and a collection of albums.Vinyl is back, baby! National events like the yearly Record Sale Day have hipsters and older people alike standing in line for special sales on limited release titles and sought after vintage vinyl. But it’s hard saying what your collection may be worth. “Some records won’t sell for more than 50 cents while coveted first pressings can command thousands of dollars,” says Dan Orkin, who manages the Reverb Price Guide. Currently, on the Reverb LP marketplace there is a 1956 self-titled Elvis Presley album listed for $105, while the Purple Rain album, by Prince, still in shrink wrap, is listed for $179. Check out 10 albums that are worth a fortune today.

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    25 Things In Your House Right Now That Could Be Worth Money

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    You may want to spring clean your house, barn, garage, or attic because these things ordinary things just lying around could be worth money.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:30:55 +0000

    Throwing the most elaborate, perfect party ever

    Top view of woman setting food on wooden table for housewarming party. Female preparing a table outdoors with food and drink.

    Perfectionism is a toxic side effect of our social-media-saturated culture, causing undue stress as we try to keep up with not just the Joneses but with everyone else on the planet, according to psychotherapist Mike Dow, PsyD, PhD, author of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think, Act & Be Happy. “Perfectionism plagues the brain with negative thoughts which cause a release of stress hormones, and that can actually accelerate aging,” he explains. “While it’s fantastic to want to do your best, it’s also OK to have a B+ house party or to take a day off to relax and do nothing.” Find out more about how negative thinking can age you faster.

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    22 Habits That Are Making You Age Faster

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    Worried about throwing the most elaborate, perfect baby shower ever? Perfectionism is a toxic side effect of our social-media-saturated culture, causing undue stress. It's just one habit you should break if you want to look and feel good.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:30:53 +0000

    Signs of heart trouble: You get easily fatigued doing any physical activity

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    If you usually run a mile every day with ease but suddenly aren’t able to (you may feel overcome by a severe flu-like fatigue), that may be a sign your heart is not pumping enough blood throughout your body. “Activities that used to be easy and now are suddenly met with new difficulty can be a red flag that something is wrong,” says Erin Michos, MD, associate professor of medicine and epidemiology and associate director of preventive cardiology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Maryland.  If a good night’s sleep doesn’t fix your overwhelming exhaustion, make an appointment with your doctor right away. Learn about these other 25 heart-health secrets cardiologists want you to know.

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    11 Silent Signs of Heart Trouble You Shouldn’t Ignore

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    Can’t finish that one-mile run anymore? It could be your heart.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:30:52 +0000

    Snake Island, Brazil

    Snakes Island, Guanabara bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Brazil’s Ilha da Queimada Grande—dubbed Snake Island—is home to a dense population of one of the world’s deadliest snakes. The golden lancehead viper’s venom is so poisonous that it melts human flesh around the bite, and some claim there’s one snake per square meter in certain areas. For safety reasons, the Brazilian government doesn’t allow visitors, and a doctor is required on the team of any research visits.

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    10 Forbidden Places No One Will Ever Be Allowed to Visit

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    Don't bother trying to visit these forbidden places. Only small handfuls of researchers—if anyone—are allowed to step foot in these areas.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:30:50 +0000

    Demand you make a major life change

    coupleMaking comments about the haircut they prefer on you or wishing you’d spend less on comic book memorabilia is one thing, but if your partner is asking you to change major things—your career, your religion, your studies, or other things you consider core parts of your personality—that’s a serious red flag, says Fran Walfish, PhD, Beverly Hills family and relationship psychotherapist, author of The Self-Aware Parent, and co-star of Sex Box on WE tv. “An important part of being in a successful relationship is to give up trying to control other people, especially your spouse or partner,” she says. Instead of trying to change you, a good partner will support you in your goals. And if they do disagree with something serious? A healthy couple will talk it out, either privately or in therapy until they reach an understanding—one of the 15 signs of a solid relationship.

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    If Your Partner Is Asking You to Do These 10 Things, It’s Time to Leave

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    You want me to do what? Fifty Shades of Gray is a fictional book, not a how-to manual for healthy relationships.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:30:49 +0000

    Anything in a meeting you wouldn’t want to read in print

    business-meeting “I always advise my clients to talk as if everyone is listening because in today’s world, pretty much everybody is listening.” says Ben Dattner, PhD, organizational psychologist and executive coach at Dattner Consulting, LLC in New York City. “Whatever you’re saying, ask yourself if would you want to read that attributed to you in the Wall Street Journal or other print newspaper?” Dattner says. In general, you should steer clear of making references to religion, politics, or people’s physical appearance, or anything that could be construed as disrespecting somebody, categorizing them, or stereotyping them,” says Dattner.

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    11 Things to Never Say at Work

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    You know better than to say racist comments or blatant sexual harassment, but there are plenty of times where knowing what to say at work is a gray area.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:30:44 +0000

    Cancer comes in many shapes

    Magnifying glass in a handYou won’t always get a lump or a bump with cancer. The signs can be much less obvious—and they could point to other health issues as well. It’s key to discuss any of the following symptoms with your doctor for a proper diagnosis.

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    30 Cancer Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

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    Keep an eye out for these symptoms.

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    Mon, 20 May 2019 20:30:40 +0000