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8 Ways To Sneak Exercise Into Your Daily Life

Humans are built to move, but a lot of the trappings of contemporary life don't mesh well with that. Most people don't get the amount of exercise -- typically 2.5 hours per week -- that doctors recomm…

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7 Foods That Changed the World

How much do you think about what's on your plate? Sure, there are health, environmental, and price concerns to consider, but what about the reason†your food is on your plate in the first place? When E…

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7 Of the Most Picturesque Places On Earth

We've all had that moment: when you find yourself in a stunningly gorgeous place, and you just can't seem to think about anything else. From rainbow-colored rivers to scenic cliff sides, read on for s…

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6 Ways to Travel Healthier

Itís that time of year ó the end of winter, the awkward transitional period when everything is muddy and lukewarm. It can make anyone seek warmer climes. If you are trying to incorporate some more tra…

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7 Eco-Destinations for Spring Break

Spring break offers a great opportunity to spend a week or so exploring some beautiful landscapes and getting closer to Nature. Here are 10 destinations that are all within or near the U.S., that will…

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Great News: Amur Leopard Population Doubles

My 10-year-old daughter did a school report on Amur leopards a few years ago and ever since then, this stunningly gorgeous cat has been her favorite animal. But with her love and admiration for this b…

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8 Less-Famous Relatives of Your Favorite Animals

Why are some animals more famous than others?††Is it better PR? Are they cuter and more cuddly? Whatever the reason,††there are plenty of fascinating animal species out there that deserve recognition.…

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8 Of America’s Oldest Places

Though the United States has yet to see its 250th birthday, people have been inhabiting the land for thousands of years.†From ancient cities to colonial parks, read on to discover some of†the oldest p…

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What Living Abroad Taught Me About How to Dress

There is a very powerful trope of how the French dress: striped shirt, beret, scarf, and black clothes. Although I didnít own a beret, I packed my bags with an eye towards fitting in, and a vague hope…

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11 Ways Carless Transit Improves America’s Future

According to the pundits and prophets who dominate the media, the future of transportation is all figured out for us. Cheaper gas prices mean we can still count on our private cars to take us everywhe…

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Animals teach us many things

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