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1911, 2019

Macrobiotic Diet: Main Ideas, Practices, Food Types and Safety

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A macrobiotic diet (or macrobiotics) is a pescetarian diet (sometimes vegetarian or vegan) fixed on ideas about types of food drawn from Zen Buddhism. The diet attempts to balance the supposed yin and yang elements of food and cookware. Major principles of macrobiotic diets are to reduce animal products, eat locally grown foods that are in season, and consume meals in moderation. There is no high-quality clinical evidence that a macrobiotic diet is helpful for people with cancer or other diseases, and it may be harmful. Neither the American Cancer Society nor Cancer Research UK

1811, 2019

5 Underestimated Professional Skills You Should Master to Become Successful

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All skills, including professional ones, can be natural, learned, and mastered. As you grow up, the more of them you acquire, and the more of them you need. As we transition towards a more technology-oriented future, more expertise is being demanded in the professional world than ever before. Technology and skills share an interesting relationship. We are working on, and with, technology to make things easier for us. Yet, there is a rise in the requirement of unique skill sets to leverage technology, bend it to

1711, 2019

The Mechanism of Addiction in the Brain That Explains How It Works

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Addiction is one of the biggest killers in the country right now, but it's surprisingly little understood by people everywhere, and few realize that it has to do with the way the human brain works. When most people think of addiction, they think of drugs. But addiction can exist in almost any form. Video games, alcoholism, gambling, sex, even exercise. If it releases dopamine, then it can potentially become an addictive substance. Now that doesn't mean that everything is inherently addictive and it doesn't mean that

1511, 2019

How the Confidence Gap Shows the Differences between Men and Women and How to Overcome It

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The confidence gap is an interesting concept. Closely linked to imposter syndrome, it is the disparity in confidence levels between men and women. A person in the same scenario, with the same experiences, might feel very differently about their chance of success dependant on their gender. So why does the confidence gap exist, and what can we do about it? Is the confidence gap real? There are several schools of thought here. Some feel that the confidence gap is absolutely real and that women need to

1311, 2019

What Would Happen If Bees Went Extinct? They Are More Important Than You Think

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The thought of a bee might make you nervous about getting stung and your instinct is to swat it. But would bee extinction stop the earth in its tracts? You may never have thought about what would happen if bees went extinct as we mostly associate them with honey and stinging. Bees, however, are critical to the environment and we would be in some pretty big trouble without them. This article will look at why bees are more important than you realize and if they went

1211, 2019

5 Unexpected Ways Plastic Pollution in the Ocean Affects You Daily

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Plastic pollution in the ocean is, by far, one of the worst biohazards of the Millenium. It damages the ecosystem, causing marine life and birds to become extinct. We know that an ocean with plastic pollution floating in it can't have many positive effects. But how does it affect the environment, and by extension, our lives? We have some answers. How does plastic pollution in the ocean affect the environment and us? 1. Ghost Gear Injures the guts of marine mammals Plastic that lingers can cause

1111, 2019

6 Different Types of Attraction Between Men and Women

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Strong feelings and love between a man and woman aren't always the same. There are several different types of attraction. I’ve only recently learned that there are several types of attraction between and man and woman. I always just thought you met, fell in love and then you either had your happy ending or you didn’t. If you didn’t, well, that usually ended in divorce. Types of attraction Apparently, there are several types of intense attractions which could all be forms of love, and I find

1011, 2019

8 Handy Instant Messaging Apps That Are Really Easy to Use

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Whether we like it or not, instant messaging apps have slowly but surely become the de facto way to communicate with one another across the world. Many of us have stopped trying to figure out long-distance phone call rates or how to send letters that take ages to arrive anyway (if they don’t get lost en route). We simply want to talk with our friends and family – locally and internationally – with apps that are easy to understand, free to use, quick to deliver, and

911, 2019

Cyclothymia: Symptoms, Causes and Diagnostic Criteria

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Cyclothymia, also known as a cyclothymic disorder, is a mental disorder that involves periods of symptoms of depression and periods of symptoms of hypomania. These symptoms, however, are not sufficient to be a major depressive episode or a hypomanic episode. Symptoms must last for more than one or two years. The cause is unknown. Risk factors include a family history of bipolar disorder. Cyclothymia differs from bipolar in that major depression, mania, or hypomania have never occurred. Treatment is generally with counseling and mood stabilizers such

711, 2019

8 Immune System Booster Foods to Eat During Cold Season

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The winter and cold weather is harsh, but you can nip any illness in the bud if you're eating the right things. Nothing can stop it. The cold weather is slowly rolling in, and with that comes the potential to get sick quite easily. Immune system booster foods will be your secret weapon in keeping you as healthy as possible once the cold season hits. Why We Need Immune System Booster Foods During Cold Season The big issue during the winter is that we are stuck

611, 2019

6 Mental and Physical Health Effects of Air Pollution Backed by Recent Studies

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We've become quite aware of the environmental damage that comes from air pollution, but what impact is it having on your health? The concern over climate change issues and the environment need to be at the forefront of our discussions, but the health effects of air pollution impact us on a personal level. The damage being done by air pollution is having a double-pronged effect now. Learning about the mental and physical effects of air pollution will help us gain a greater understanding of how serious

511, 2019

8 Fun Conversation Games for Adults to Help You Break the Ice

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There is nothing worse than an awkward silence! Often in social situations where people don’t know each other, it can be difficult to think of conversation games to help break the ice and start the conversation flowing. Likewise, if you are hosting an event that brings people together who haven’t met before, it can be a great idea to have some conversation games in your back pocket to get everyone talking. Never feel anxious about engagement again, with our list of fun ways to get the