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Say “good-bye” to that old coffee mug and “hello” to your awesome new desk organizer

Big Design Idea LLC invented an awesome desk organizer ” The PHX Organizer” to be versatile and complement their work-space’s bead-blasted aluminum theme. The internal mat hold a variety of object in place making it very useful and let’s us showcase the objects that we use everyday instead of stuffing them in a drawer or an […]

Turn your phone into a virtual air traffic radar

Flightradar24 is a flight tracker that shows live air traffic from around the world. Flightradar24 combines data from several data sources including ADS-B, MLAT and FAA. The ADS-B, MLAT and FAA data is aggregated together with schedule and flight status data from airlines and airports to create a unique flight tracking experience on www.flightradar24.com and […]

Kickstarter Campaign Launches for Book #2 in Best-Selling Series for Middle-Grade Readers

  Based upon the success of his first novel, Sage Carrington, Eighth-Grade Science Sleuth, author Justin Scott Parr has today launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $35,000 to produce the second novel in the series. The Kickstarter campaign will run through June 23, 2013 and seeks to extend the popular series featuring tween-age Sage Carrington, […]

Raw Food Diet and your Brain

If a raw food diet appeals to you, think twice. New research from Brazil suggests that the capacities of human brains evolved far beyond those of gorillas and chimps because our early ancestors learned to cook food

Beauty tips from around the world

Wouldn’t it be great to have amazing Brazilian legs, long thick, luscious Indian hair and a Scandinavian complexion? Well, it’s not all genetics. Every country and culture has an age-old secret to keeping their woman beautiful. These tips are fun, and have been passed through generations. Plus, we all have genetic origins from other parts […]

Ten Simple Steps to a Better Life

1. A New Day Making simple, conscious decisions about your everyday life can influence your physical and mental well-being. Following through on the right resolutions about your health and lifestyle choices is not difficult, especially if you have a firm idea of areas you want to improve, and understand that small, gradual steps typically have […]

8 Ways to Fight Memory Loss

Memory loss can occur for a variety of reasons. Some loss of memory with aging is natural – it is normal to experience short-term forgetfulness, such as the inability to remember a person’s name you met recently. Memory loss that is not a normal part of aging is called dementia. The most common form is […]

Menopause Rearranges Women’s Fat

Contrary to what many women believe, menopause doesn’t lead to weight gain. Instead, the drop in estrogen redirects the process of fat storage in women from the hips to the abdomen, according to a review from the International Menopause Society published in the October 2012 issue of the journal Climateric. This change in the location […]

Another Reason to Avoid Second-Hand Smoke

Lung disease isn’t the only danger you face if share your personal space with a smoker. A new British study has found that secondhand smoke can damage the memory of those who are regularly exposed to it, either because they live with smokers or spent time with smokers in designated smoking areas for an average […]

Gum Disease and Dementia

If you’re over 30, chances are you’ve got gum disease. A new study published in the August 30, 2012 issue of the Journal of Dental Research apparently confirms the gloomy news: based on data from a nationally representative sample, 47 percent of the U.S. population has gum disease. The investigation reported that about 9 percent […]