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Jobs That Burn the Most Calories

Jobs That Burn the Most Calories

Sitting at a desk all day can be a killer. Literally. So if you want a job that is good for your cardiovascular system and muscles, you need to get up and move. HealthGrove compiled data from the Compendium of Physical Activities to identify the occupations that burn the most calories. Navy Seals lead the…

The Results of the 100 @ 100 Survey

The Results of the 100 @ 100 Survey

Do whatever you want to fight aging as bullishly or gracefully as you can, but know this while you’re coloring your hair and getting shots of Botox: We are most attractive at age 31. After that, it’s all downhill when it comes to our looks. That’s the word from the 10th annual survey of 100@100,…

These Might Be In Your Drinking Water

These Might Be In Your Drinking Water

(Popular Science) With nearly limitless beverage options, you might not realize how much variety exists in the seemingly bland realm of tap water. This colorless refreshment can vary widely from city to city, house to house, or even sink to sink. Here are some surprising items that might show up in your water: Pesticides Insecticides…

Your Favorite Dog Reveals Your Personality

Your Favorite Dog Reveals Your Personality

Did you know that the breed of dog you love best reveals key elements of your personality. Choose your favorite pooch and discover some interesting facts about the real you: Terriers, Beagles and Hounds You’re the leader of the pack and exude confidence and independence. Although you’re an affectionate person, you’re never needy or demanding….

Time to Hit the Treadmill

Time to Hit the Treadmill

It’s time to hit the treadmill. People who exercise regularly not only have larger brains, but also a lower risk of developing dementia, according to researchers from UCLA and Boston University. In particular, regular physical activity affects the size of the hippocampus, which is the part of the brain that controls short-term memory. This protective…

The Most and Least Diverse U.S. Cities

The Most and Least Diverse U.S. Cities

By 2050, the United States is projected to become what is called a plurality nation — one without a racial or ethnic majority. For many cities large and small, this is already a reality where the population is extraordinarily diverse. WalletHub analyzed the data for 313 American cities in four major areas of diversity —…

5 Accessories Every Man Should Carry

5 Accessories Every Man Should Carry

The five accessories every man should carry are essential to getting through the day. Most men rely on a few items to stay organized. Extra elements weigh them down. Stay on top of your game with these accessories. 1. Wallet if you have forgotten your wallet, then you are missing a crucial possession. These billfolds…

8 Daily Habits That Can Change Your Life

8 Daily Habits That Can Change Your Life

Being successful in life, as well as happier, could be a magic trick. Well, provided you wield a magic wand that instills in you good habits. Medium.com has identified eight powerful habits. They’re simple, but pack a punch. If you adopt them and faithfully practice them every day, your life could change for the better….

10 Best Paying Jobs in America

10 Best Paying Jobs in America

If you want to make a lot of money, go to medical school. The top 10 best-paying jobs in the U.S. are all doctors or dentists, topped by anesthesiologists with an average salary of $258,100. The top 25 jobs with the highest-paying salaries (salary listed is the mean, or average): Anesthesiologist: $258,100 Surgeon: $247,520 Oral…

5 Uses for Leftover Easter Eggs

5 Uses for Leftover Easter Eggs

The Easter bunny has come and gone, and the eggs, which have been hard-boiled and dyed with nontoxic coloring, now sit amid plastic Easter basket grass on the kitchen table. Don’t let those eggs go to waste. Here are five tasty uses for your leftover Easter eggs: 1. Egg salad This may be an obvious…

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