If You Drink Coffee, Here's A Fact You Need To Wake Up To

Everything leading up to your morning coffee is the absolute worst — from standing in line to the person in front of you ordering a half-soy-half-skinny double shot with cherry syrup and a pinch of cinnamon, to the barista getting your name wrong. (Is that a job qualification?) But as …

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How Blaming The Media For Eating Disorders Is Bad For People Who Have Eating Disorders

Here’s an analogy: Eating disorders are to dieting as depression is to sadness, or anxiety to stress. Like she says, note the difference. There is a relationship to the media in all of these, but it’s not what you think. This is a tricky concept, so focus in on what …

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Tea Tree: One of Australia’s Oldest Bush Medicines

When Aboriginal people did fall sick, they used plants in a variety of ways to quell their ills.  Some plants, like goat’s foot, were crushed, heated and applied to the skin. Others were boiled and inhaled, and occasionally drunk. There were also saps which were directly smeared on the skin, …

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Some Say This Model Is Fat. She Gives Such A Perfect Response That Even Ellen Applauds.

Robyn Lawley speaks so much sense about body image that I want to see her face on every fashion magazine in every newsstand ever. Her flawless awesomeness is completely encapsulated at 0:39 when she says what I want you — ladies, hi there, I mean you — to go and …

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6 Minutes On The History Of Breast-Feeding And How It Relates To Modern Moms

Over the past 80 million years, not much has changed with the basic biological function of breast-feeding. The only thing that’s really changed is the debate about breast-feeding vs. formula. (For the record, I know what matters is that each mom makes the decision that’s best for herself and her …

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