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How to Stop Obsessing Over Food and Weight Loss

In today's food-obsessed world it seems almost normal to proclaim yourself to be a foodie who lives for food-related experiences. Countless artistic pictures of someone's lunch in Instagram, crazy news videos about a new food trend, more elaborate and more insane restaurants, giant burgers... you name it. Sometimes it seems...
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If Healthy Food Would Be More Attractive, Would You Eat Them More Often? Professors Say You Might

We are what we eat but what if what we eat is dependant on how it looks like? In the modern visually-dominated world, it's no secret that many of us think about looks on a daily basis. However, a team of marketing professors at San Diego State University has turned...


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Is Glam Rock Style Making Its Way Back into Fashion?

If you’re a David Bowie fan, you’re probably already familiar with glam rock. If Bowie’s not really your jam, glam rock might be foreign territory for you. But chances are, you’ve still seen a bit of glam rock in fashion magazines, on the streets and online. What is glam rock exactly,...
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What To Do If Your Spouse Hates Christmas But You LOVE Christmas?

Are you one of those people who just loves Christmas time? Christmas carols bring you back to childhood. Decorations transform your home into your very own winter wonderland. Finding the perfect gift and baking your favorite cookies fill you with Christmas cheer. But what if your spouse or boyfriend is...


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Photo Epilation (IPL) at Home: Is It Safe or Should You Stick to Regular Epilators?

Body hair - the bane of every woman. For decades, women have tried to find better techniques for getting rid of annoying hair, but until now, these techniques have been either inefficient or extremely painful. For that reason, most women have opted either for the methods that need to be...
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Is it Worth Going to College Right after High School?

From the age of 5 (at least!) all the way up to 18 years old, most kids spend the majority of their life in educational institutions. So, it only seems natural to go to college after you complete high school. And lots of students take this seemingly logical step...
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