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Lifestyle
by Genebob
5 years ago
How to Use Your Bad Habits to Your Benefit

It has been said many times over that breaking a bad habit is hard to do. Sometimes, it may feel as if there is no way to stop doing an undesired behavior. Instead of stopping your bad habits, you may be more successful figuring out how to make them work for advantage.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
How Will Current Medical Practices Affect Humanity Long Term?

Many individuals hold the belief that all progression of medical science has had all positive effects on humanity. Major strides have been made in the medical community to fight against diseases, cancers, and other fatal illnesses. Campaigns are created to raise funds for these debilitating medical conditions. Teams of...

Travel & Places
by Genebob
5 years ago
Ways to Prepare When Planning to Travel Abroad

When getting ready to take a trip outside of the country in which you live, it is important to get started early. There are many things that need to be accomplished before you board the plane. Starting your travel plans far enough out in advance will give you added peace of mind. Knowing what to expect from this process can help alleviate stress, allowing you to fully enjoy the trip.

Lifestyle
by Genebob
5 years ago
5 Steps For Setting Goals and Keeping Them

Anytime a person would like to succeed at a task, it is important to set goals that are able to keep. When a goal is made that can not be followed through with, the feeling is of great disappoint and less motivation for future plans. Reasonable goal setting that can be attained, will instill a greater confidence in a person. Once the plans have been made and followed through with, a sense of accomplished follows. A person will feel more capable of establishing greater expectations of themselves in the future. If you are a person that would like to establish a goal and keep it, here are a few things to keep in mind to be successful.

Home & Garden
by Genebob
5 years ago
Starting a Garden: A Beginner's Guide

Starting a garden is a simple way of introducing more fruits and vegetables into your diet. When you have produce being grown in your own backyard, you will find creative ways to use up the products of your labor. Along with the added benefits of healthier eating, gardens are a great way to add exercise to your daily life. If you are ready to get started on healthier living by planting a vegetable garden, then follow some of these guidelines.

Lifestyle
by Genebob
5 years ago
Chandlery: Simple Steps To Making Candles At Home

At home candle making will bring a practical product to your home while allowing you to express yourself through a creative outlet. With a few items and a little time, you will have produced a usable candles to enjoy. Making your own candles will give you the options to customize your craft with fragrance, color, and choice of wax.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
What You Should Know About Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

An uncommon medical condition Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, is experienced at most by 1 in upwards of 10,000 people. Individuals that suffer from this genetic connective tissue disorder may not experience symptoms worthy of the diagnosis. Those that are diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome can not be cured from the disorder, rather some of the symptoms are manageable.

Lifestyle
by Genebob
5 years ago
A Guide to Geocaching: Fun for the Whole Family

Whether you are looking for something fun and exciting thing to do, trying to burn off a few calories, or explore new areas, geocaching is a great option. This outdoor activity brings different aspects of enjoyment for everyone in your group. Geocaching uses a GPS receiver to locate a hidden "cache" that has been assigned specific coordinates. These boxes have been placed by other geocaching enthusiasts who are ready to share the fun with others.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
Burning Mouth Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

At one time or another, most people have experienced the pain of a burnt tongue or maybe a tingling sensation all over when something too spicy is tasted. Imagine having that feeling when you haven't even eaten anything hot or spicy. This spontaneous and prolonged pain to the tongue, lips, or inside any part of the oral cavity is called Burning Mouth Syndrome.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
The Capgras Delusion: History, Causes, and Treatments

Capgras delusion is a rare mental disorder where a patient believes that a close relative, usually a spouse, is disguised as an impostor. This particular disorder is a delusional misidentification syndrome, a classification of mental disorders which involves wrong identification of objects, places, or people.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
The Cotard's Syndrome and Its History

Cotard's syndrome is a rare mental condition where a person believes that he is already dead and decomposing. In some cases, a person affected with the syndrome believes that he has lost his blood or that a part of his body or an internal organ is already gone and has ceased to exist. Some people with the delusion may even believe that they are immortal. Another term used to call the condition is "the walking corpse syndrome".

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
Fregoli Syndrome: History, Causes, and Treatments

The Fregoli syndrome, also called as delusion of doubles, is a rare mental condition where an affected person strongly believes that the different people that he encounters are actually just a single individual in disguise. Most of the time, the patient also has this delusion that this impostor in disguise is out to kill him or her.

Business & Money
by Genebob
5 years ago
Leveraging Social Media For Your Business

It is now more important than ever to establish your business's presence online with social media. While there are many platforms to choose from, it may be more effective to narrow your focus to a select few.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
Music Soothes the Savage Beast

Our music listening experience shows us that listening to different rhythms and beats can affect our mental state, whether it uplifts, brings us to tears, or makes us angry. When you play an upbeat rhythm, you tend to pick up the pace. Calm and soothing pieces help to relax tension and one's anxious nerves. Certain songs such as "Pomp and Circumstance" may bring an attitude of accomplishment for some, and a national anthem will undoubtedly cause many to feel patriotism and pride.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
Just what is Riley-Day Syndrome?

Riley-Day Syndrome is a medical condition that, thought it only affects approximately six hundred people worldwide, is a terrible and often fatal Syndrome.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
Attack of the Alien Hand!

Imagine for a second that you have grabbed ahold of your glass and you can't make your hand put it down. Next thing you know, your hand is tilting the glass over your head and pouring milk in your hair as if something or someone else is controlling you.

Health
by Genebob
5 years ago
Tell Me, How Does the Color Blue Taste?

Can you describe that the letter "D" tastes like? Does the color "red" feel abrasive to you, yet the color blue feels smooth as silk? If so, congratulations! You have experienced synesthesia.

Lifestyle
by Genebob
5 years ago
The Trials and Tribulations of Being a Southpaw

It wasn't that long ago that teachers would "correct" students by taking writing utensils out of the left-hand of a child's fingers and place it in their right hands. As a society we might not be ripping the crayons out of our kids hands and telling them they are wrong for being left-handed...

Lifestyle
by Genebob
5 years ago
How Do Colors Affect Us as Consumers?

Most people have a favorite color or color combination that they are attracted to. From The paint on our walls to the cover on our phones, we are obsessed with picking just the right color. But what about when the color picks us?

Entertainment
by Genebob
5 years ago
Hack Your Brain: Hallucinate Without Drugs

As a point of pride, most people like to assume we know how our minds work. We go about our daily lives knowing we are in full control of our facilities. Then every once in a while we discover something that forces us to realize we have a long way to go yet before we can fully comprehend everything about the human brain.

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