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Why "Everything in Moderation" Doesn't Work

You might like 26 Healthy Habits That Really Aren't So Healthy Everything in moderation -it seems like such a good idea. It “feels” right because it promotes the idea of a balanced approach to nutrition in a nice, neat, simple saying. But does it help us or hurt us? Let's look at the term moderation , which is defined as: restraint; avoidance of extremes or excesses; temperance.
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Pick Up a Novel and Be a Better Friend

Go ahead, nerd out over the weekend. Becoming a regular reader can signal that you're more empathetic to others. Can't get enough Harry Potter or Katniss Everdeen? It might mean you're a better person. Studies show that people who enjoy novels are more empathetic, which can make them more compassionate and understanding friends.
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Does Facial Fitness Work - or Are There Better Ways to Spend Your Money?

In the era of the 10-Year Challenge, it often feels like we're eyeballing every inch of ourselves to figure out what changes we can make to be glowier, stronger, and fitter than last year. It's easier than most of us would like to admit to get caught up in a nonstop cycle of workouts, diets, and beauty treatments - all practically yelling at us that we need to stop doing that and start doing this .
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News: Friends Can Make Us Healthier, Study Suggests

Share on Pinterest Need some extra motivation to work out on the weekends, or to opt for a salad over a burger? Then grab a pal, since research suggests adopting healthier habits is easier among friends with similar health characteristics . In a new study, researchers studied health habits in an online social network.
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Power Through Tough Workouts

Working out isn't always easy. But fortunately, there are easier ways to get through a tough workout. Here are some real-world switches that'll help distract from the burn: Go from dreadmill to treadmill by running intervals instead of slow and steady miles. Enlist a personal trainer or gym buddy to challenge you to work harder.
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