29 Dec
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WebMD: These Foods Can Help You Feel Better

Can you eat your way to calm? As much as you may want to, you can’t make yourself feel better with a bowl of your favorite ice cream. It won’t help — the problem is all that sugar. Spikes in your blood sugar can bring on changes in your hormone levels. They can start with “jitteriness” and […]

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27 Dec
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TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year 2017 – The Silence Breakers.

The faces of five women, including celebrities Taylor Swift and Ashley Judd, appear on TIME’s 2017 Person of the Year cover, representing the “The Silence Breakers” — the thousands of people across the world who have come forward with their experiences of sexual harassment and assault, #METOO. At the federal level, the House and Senate […]

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27 Dec
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Health is Wealth, Why You Should Wake Up at 5 A.M. Every Day.

Even if you are not an early riser, changing your routine could improve your productivity. Learn why you should consider waking up at 5 am everyday from an author from The Muse. You Feel Like You’re Winning, Just by Waking Up For a while, I tried and failed–sometimes spectacularly–to wake up early: Those 5 a.m. mornings […]

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22 Dec
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From Seventh Generation, a Conscious Consumer Revolution Holiday Gift-Giving

From your spouse, your sister-in-law, your coworkers, your child’s teachers, there’s no shortage of people to shop for this Christmas. It’s hard enough to know exactly what to buy everyone on your list, but it’s even more challenging for the conscious consumer. How do you balance health, sustainability, and fun. We’ve gathered ideas for gifts that […]

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20 Dec
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Farai Simoyi: How to Build a Global Brand like Oprah

Many people have dreams of creating a global empire as successful as Oprah has done, but many fail to realize that her brand was not built overnight, in fact Oprah has been building her brand for the past 40 years and it took many failures and pivotal moves to get her where she is today. […]

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19 Dec
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Harvard University Partners with KIND Foundation for KIND Schools Challenge

Harvard University’s Making Caring Common Foundation and The KIND Foundation partnered for The KIND Schools Challenge. Middle and high school students nationwide were invited to get creative and submit a project idea to foster kindness within their school communities.  How The Challenge Works Create a team of 3-5 students  Submit project Top 10 will be picked […]

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18 Dec
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Inc.: Want to Stay Young Longer? Try This Exercise.

If you want to get scientific and technical, the phrase is “a biologic aging advantage of nine years.” It’s been a dream of civilizations since the dawn of time: If we can’t live forever, can we at least slow down the aging process and stretch our lives out as long as possible? Now, researchers from Brigham Young […]

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14 Dec
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HBR: Tap into Your Emotional Intelligence to Prevent Burning Out

Stress and burnout are not the same thing. And while we know that stress often leads to burnout, it’s possible to handle the onslaught of long hours, high pressure, and work crises in a way that safeguards you from the emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and a lack of confidence in one’s abilities that characterizes burnout. The key […]

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13 Dec
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NYU Graduate Programs at SPS Combine Theory with Real-World Trends

New York University (NYU) graduate programs at the School of Professional Studies (SPS) reflect the emerging trends, opportunities, and innovative business strategies in each respective field that they represent.  The NYU School of Professional Studies draws its academic character from a deeply rooted connection to the industries and the creative forces that drive the economic […]

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12 Dec
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Inc.: Set Your Children Up for Success – Raise Boys and Girls the Same Way

A new study suggests a stereotype-free childhood could help to set your children up for success. It’s a rough and tumble world out there, so we’re all keen to arm our kids with whatever skills they’ll need to thrive despite the challenges. That’s why anxious parents comb through a flood of advice on everything from the right […]

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