Month: August 2019

View link » Story continues below Over the last few years, getting around by bicycle has become increasingly popular. But the number of people in Canada choosing cycling over four-wheeled methods of transportation is still relatively low. On this week’s Super Awesome Science Show, we’re going to explore what has led to this increase and
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Takeaway: The paperback version of Hyperfocus comes out today! It looks awesome. Estimated Reading Time: 1 minute, 12s. One year ago, my second book, Hyperfocus: How to Manage Your Attention in a World of Distraction, hit store shelves! I consider the book to be the best thing I’ve created to date. It’s about how to
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Very few people enjoy going to the dentist, but for some, the sound of a dental drill is enough to send shivers down their spine. Anywhere from 48 per cent to nearly 60 per cent of the population experiences a form dental anxiety or extreme dental fear, according to studies. Story continues below While incredibly
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“Don’t let the sadness of your past and the fear of your future ruin the happiness of your present.” ~Unknown Back in the day when I was a stay-at-home mom, “mindfulness” wasn’t even a word in my vocabulary. The only mindfulness I was aware of was my own mind-fullness just trying to navigate a busy,
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It’s “common” for food to contain artificial preservatives. That’s because they can “prevent spoilage, improve appearance and texture, and maintain the food’s nutritional quality,” said registered dietitian Novella Lui. Story continues below It’s not just fast food restaurants using artificial preservatives, either. READ MORE: Why aren’t Canadians cooking anymore? “They’re commonly found in processed foods
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More women may benefit from gene testing for hereditary breast or ovarian cancer, especially if they’ve already survived cancer once, an influential health group recommended Tuesday. Story continues below At issue are genes called BRCA1 and BRCA2. When they’re mutated, the body can’t repair damaged DNA as well, greatly increasing the chances of breast, ovarian
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Takeaway: Have a good reason for investing in becoming more productive. Otherwise, you’ll fall into a common trap: that your reward for becoming more productive will be having more work to do. Estimated Reading Time: 1 minute, 29s. The other day, I was reading Haemin Sunim’s delightful1 book, The Things You Can See Only When
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