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Sweat out anxiety

How do you get rid of nervous energy and anxiety? Sweat it out. Researchers found that regular exercise can help dissolve panic in people who suffer from anxiety.

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Increase pain tolerance

How to increase your tolerance to pain: sit up straight. Submissive postures like slouching may intensify physical discomfort, says new research in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Adopt a dominant position to increase your body’s ability to deal with pain.

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Yogurt tip

Cut sugar by skipping flavored yogurts and top plain yogurt with honey and fruit instead.

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Cooking product: induction cooktop

This Burton cooktop uses magnetic waves instead of microwaves to heat food. It reacts to magnetic pans, such as steel or iron, and heats up instantly. Since there’s no open flame or glowing heat element, it makes cooking in the cab of a truck safer. The Induction Cooktop is portable and can be plugged into a 110v power outlet. The LED display shows 10 power levels and temperature levels from 140 F to 450 F. ...

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Fidget for fitness

Fidget for fitness. Researchers say that moving around constantly throughout the day can have a good effect on one’s cardiovascular fitness.

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Daily inspiration

Winning is a habit, but unfortunately so is losing. — Vince Lombardi

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Increase fiber, lose weight

Looking to get rid of that spare tire around your waist? Increase your daily soluble fiber intake. Fill up on fiber-rich fruits, veggies and whole grains.

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Daily inspiration

Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first time or last time. Then your time on Earth will be filled with glory. <i>— Betty Smith</i>

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Online Interface Makes it Easier for Drivers to Find Need-it-Now Parts

Sit up straight

Practicing good posture at the wheel can take strain off the joints and reduce risk of neck, back and shoulder pain.

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Good choice, bad choice: orange soda

When craving the fizz of an orange soda, skip the sugar-heavy Sunkist and go for a more natural approach: San Pellegrino Aranciata. It’s carbonated water, sugar and orange juice. Good choice: San Pellegrino Aranciata orange soda Bad choice: Sunkist Calories and fat: A bottle of San Pellegrino Aranciata has 80 calories with no fat, compared with 190 calories and no fat in a can of Sunkist. Sugar and carbohydrates: Sunkist is stuffed with sugar: 50 grams in a 12-oz. ...

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