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Sleep is such a vital component of our health and body fat levels yet many people long for a good night of sleep. A big factor behind achieving quality sleep is a solid and stable circadian rhythm. 100 years ago it would have been difficult to have sleeping issues or a disrupted circadian rhythm simply […]
After the cake has been wrapped up, the champagne popped and the chicken-or-fish dinner eaten, most wedding guests get a thank you note in the mail. But one guest recently got a bill instead. Jessica Baker and her husband were planning on going and RSVP’d to a no-kids-allowed wedding a few weeks ago, but Baker’s […]
In a surprising turn of events, a debate team comprised of prisoners from Eastern New York Correctional Facility beat Harvard’s debate team in a competition on Friday. However, this isn’t a tale of overnight success, Uproxx reports. Since 2014, the prisoners have been debating, starting first with West Point and The University of Vermont. They […]
What does it mean to live fully? To one person, it may mean loving deeply and being loved deeply in return. To another, it may mean hiking, skiing, or otherwise spending time outdoors. To yet another person, regularly pursuing physical challenges may be critical for living a full life. While there isn’t one answer to […]
“This is a very difficult decision, but one ultimately made because of the love of the game.” World number one Serena Williams has opted against defending the WTA Finals title and decided to end her season early following a roller coaster campaign littered with pains and prizes, the American said on Thursday.The 34-year-old’s last match […]
City Paper, Philadelphia’s feisty alternative weekly newspaper, will cease its print publication as of Oct. 8.News of the prize-winning paper’s demise came as a surprise this afternoon to the publication’s editors and staff writers.”Our Web traffic has been steadily increasing and we’ve been doing good work,” said City Paper senior staff writer Emily Guendelsberger. “But […]
The artists invited to contribute to “Open Source” – the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program’s temporary, citywide exhibition taking place this month – were given an artist’s fee, a project budget, and access to vast swaths of the city as their canvases. In return, they were required to work with underserved Philadelphians, from prison inmates to […]
The first annual Philadelphia Cheesesteak Festival has announced the full list of participating vendors, which includes shops like Donkey’s Place, Philip’s Steaks, and, of course, Pat’s and Geno’s.The festivities are set to kick off Saturday, Oct. 24 at Lincoln Financial Field, with more than 50 participating shops, a cheesesteak eating competition, and a record-breaking, 450-foot […]
What Netflix giveth, it taketh away (or retireth): the streaming company has released two almost-complementary lists of new arrivals and vacancies. Starting October 1, you can get the jump on the holidays by watching A Christmas Carol or Boogie Nights, though you’ll have to wait until the 6th to watch American Horror Story: Freak Show […]
Some people are willing to pay top dollar for their furry friends. Socialite Paris Hilton this year shelled out $25,000 for a pair of teacup Pomeranian puppies. The dogs were delivered to her Los Angeles home by a breeder from Calgary, who specializes in selling miniature dogs to a very exclusive and elite clientele. Then […]
Feeling stressed out? You’re not the only one. A 2014 study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health found that half of all American adults dealt with a major stressful event over the prior year. And that doesn’t even consider the cumulative effect of the smaller daily stresses of […]
People in America today can expect to live longer than ever before. Once you make it to 65, the data suggest that you can live another 19.2 years, on average. For many, then, senior living includes carefully managing chronic conditions to stay healthy. “You need to be physically active and eat a healthy diet” and […]
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