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Health and Physical Fitness

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www.ted.com

Britta Riley wanted to grow her own food (in her tiny apartment). So she and her friends developed a system for growing plants in discarded plastic bottles -- researching, testing and tweaking the system using social media, trying many variations at

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lewrockwell.com/Kathy Smith

Please understand that strength training is not just about "looking good." It's also an important part of maintaining a healthy weight, strengthening your bones, and improving your body's posture, range of motion and functionality. But that's just th

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lewrockwell.com/Edward Group

The addition of chlorine to our drinking water began in the late 1800s and by 1904 was the standard in water treatment, and for the most part remains so today. We don’t use chlorine because it’s the safest or even the most effective means of disinfec

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MarksDailyApple.com

Besides the odd scraped knee and that one fateful summer where you decided you’d look better as a blonde, you haven’t had much time for the medicine cabinet staple hydrogen peroxide. However, it should be noted that it does have a number of wild and

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artofmanliness.com

When you hear the word “meditation,” you may think of Buddhist monks or Hindu swamis sitting with legs crossed and eyes closed, a New age pony-tail guy communing with nature in the woods, or wealthy folks sitting in a meditation center in San Francis

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Terrence Aym

Recent study of human sperm has revealed some surprising facts. Perhaps the most controversial is a study that found semen has a substance that encourages a female's immune system to adapt to her mate's sperm. This factor is crucial as many problem

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