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You Can Soothe Cranky Babies by doing THIS to Their Feet!

Babies cry about everything, and soothing them can be a challenge.  It’s not their fault. Babies can’t communicate what is wrong. Tummy aches, constipation, colds, and teething all cause extreme discomfort and there are few remedies that are safe for parents to use. (Even some natural remedies are not safe for young children.) One thing […]





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Splenda Has Been Linked To Leukemia – What You Need To Know

People seem to have this idea that sugar is one of the worst things to put into the body. This has led to an explosion of artificial sweeteners like Splenda and the popular “diet” editions of soda brands like Coke and Pepsi. A lack of knowledge about just what’s contained in these artificial sweeteners has […]





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How To Open Your Chakras as Explained by a Popular Kid’s Cartoon!

By Gillian B If you are like me and have not tuned into children’s cartoons (or much TV for that matter) for years, then you might be surprised to see this! This is a clip from a show called “Avatar: The Last Airbender” where the character is working with his guru to reach his full […]





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When You See the Inside of this 300-Year-Old Home, You Will be Amazed!

There is a house — no, not in New Orleans, but in Cornwall, Great Britain — that was built in 1680, when America was still nearly 100 years away from being founded, and the piano hadn’t yet been invented. From the outside, the house looks old and a little gloomy. And that’s exactly what it was […]





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Trauma: 4 Stages to Help You Recover

Going through a traumatic experience can be extremely different from one person to the next. Not everyone who endures trauma is scarred by it, and for those who are scarred, it doesn’t mean they can’t move on. According to psychologist Dr. Ellen McGrath, known for her books on stress and depression management, there are four […]





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8 Things Not to Say to Someone With Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis

We all have insecurities — maybe about our hair, weight, clothing or freckles. It’s something different for everyone, and a person who is living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is no different. Chrohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are two types of IBD. What sets them apart is the area that is affected in the gastrointestinal […]





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4 Reasons Why Daylight Savings Time is the Worst Ever!

I hate it. I despise it. It is a nuisance that irks the very foundation of my soul. No, I’m not talking about a cold toilet seat at 3 A.M. Believe it or not, there are actually things which leave more destruction and despair in their wake than going to the bathroom in the middle of […]





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Aloe Vera: Discover What This “Plant of Immortality” Does for the Body!

When you hear “aloe vera,” you may think of the gooey stuff your parents made you use after a painful sunburn. But you may not know about all of the amazing health benefits that aloe vera has to offer! Known to the Egyptians as “the plant of immortality” and to the Native Americans as “the […]





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20 Profound Life Lessons You’ll Wish You Learned Years Ago

New York Times bestselling Author Regina Brett has written several books that have been published in over 24 languages, and her inspirational columns appear regularly in The Plain Dealer, where she was a finalist in 2008 and 2009 for the Pulitzer Prize. In her books, she provides practical but inspirational life lessons to help others […]





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The Way You Clench Your Fist Can Reveal a Lot About Your Personality!

In his book Studies in Expressive Movement, famed psychologist Gordon Allport and his co-author Phillip Vernon wrote that there is consistency in people’s expressive behavior, and that personality can be perceived from nonverbal cues. Introverts and extroverts practice different body behaviors, as do Type A vs. Type B personalities. Your habits, gestures, movements and facial […]





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