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Yawning is usually an involuntary reflex that’s controlled by the same brain neurotransmitters that affect our appetite, mood and emotions. We usually can’t decide to yawn or perform this action on command.

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Between school, hobbies and friends, many teens don’t get enough sleep. Adequate rest is essential for a teen’s health and well-being, though. In addition to a cool gel memory foam mattress and a dark, quiet room, encourage your teen to get their rest.

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One in three American adults don’t get enough sleep, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you’re sleep-deprived, you may notice an increase in junk food cravings, brain fog, and other short-term or chronic health problems. Like a...

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A variety of surfaces harbour bacteria and germs, such as cold viruses, influenza, norovirus, and MRSA. Discover just how dirty airplanes are and the steps you can take to sanitize your next flight.

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With nearly all good things also come tolerated inconveniences. With vehicle ownership, there's also the cost of maintenance and insurance premiums. With a paycheck comes tax withholdings. And with long-distance travel — no matter whether it's for business or pleasure...

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You know your body best, so only you know how much sleep you need to function at your best. However, experts agree the average adult needs anywhere between 7 and 9 hours each night to reach their top potential the next day.

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You know that feeling of being curled up in bed without a worry in the world? That’s what this deceivingly nutritious recipe will make you feel.  Start your day with a breakfast that warms you from the inside out and...

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