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It’s Not Just About The Doctor

What does health really mean? The Croation Medical Journal (Aug 2006) explains three definitions of health that are used today: The first is that health is the absence of any disease or impairment. The second is that health is a state that allows the individual to adequately cope with all demands of daily life (implying also the absence of disease and impairment). The third definition states that ...Read More

The Women’s March showed its power on a day Donald Trump’s presidency stood still

People are packing up their cars, loading up subway stations, and hopping on busses to head to Women’s March events in towns and cities across the country. Since last year, feminists and their allies have come together under the Women’s March banner to protest both issues like the gender pay gap and Trump administration initiatives, like the president’s immigration ban. But it’s particularly poign...Read More

Trump proposes the “nuclear option” on the government shutdown. Does it make sense?

It’s the second day of the government shutdown and President Donald Trump is already pushing the “nuclear option.” In this case, an option that probably wouldn’t solve anything. Over Twitter Sunday morning, Trump advised Republican leaders to make a historic change to Senate rules, and pass a partisan government spending bill with only 51 votes. A spending bill has always needed 60 votes to pass t...Read More

10 Mistakes Millionaires Never Make Twice

To make millions and live a successful life, you have to learn from your mistakes. Yes, it is cliche, but it is significantly more challenging and important than it sounds. We make mistakes all of the time. Both recognizing and learning from them in the midst of everything else happening in life is difficult. What differentiates those gaining higher success is their ability to learn from these fai...Read More

9 best-dressed stars at the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards

No more Globes black! The stars turned up at the Critics’ Choice Awards decked in a rainbow of colors and sparkle. Here are our favorite looks of the night: Rachel Brosnahan Gal Gadot Alison Brie Yara Shahidi Diane Kruger Mary Elizabeth Winstead Mary J. Blige Octavia Spencer Alexis Bledel Original post on www.usatoday.com

Late-night comedians rip into Trump over crude comments about immigrants

You could practically hear writers on the late-shows hitting their delete buttons Thursday afternoon as they scrapped their planned monologues to make room for new jokes after learning of a White House immigration policy meeting in which President Trump reportedly asked, “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries (such as Haiti, El Salvador and African nations) come here?...Read More

2020 Porsche Mission E Electric Sedan Expected Sometime in 2019

What It Is: The rolling, electrically propelled hole into which Porsche is shoveling $750 million—and a new dedicated assembly line with 1000 new workers—in a fevered chase after Tesla. While the name could change for production, it’s currently known as the Mission E, the same moniker Porsche applied to the concept car previewing this all-electric luxury sedan. And wouldn’t you know it, the German...Read More

Prominent eCommerce Trends in 2018

Every year, the online sales market increases by more than 20%. It’ll growth from $2.3 trillion in 2017 to $4 trillion in 2020. The e-commerce market is huge, and still growing around the world. More and more people prefer online shopping. According to statistics Bigcommerce, 51% of Americans prefer to buy online and only 56% of online stores have a physical store. In 2018 the following trends wil...Read More

Teach Your Kids Discipline and Self-Regulation

Close your eyes and picture this. Your 2-year-old is racing around the house when they suddenly notice a sibling playing with a shiny toy. The toddler rushes over and snatches away the toy, screaming “Mine!” As the kids start to chase each other, they miss a step and tumble. All you hear is screams . . . Does this sound familiar? I’m raising a toddler and a tween, so tumbles and tantrums seem like...Read More

CES 2018: A reality check on this year’s wildest tech products

LAS VEGAS — The tech industry’s annual trade show, CES, always provides a fascinating look into our high-tech future. Yet… it’s also littered with plenty of products that will never see the light of day. When the show’s doors open on Tuesday, more than 2.7 million square feet — a record in the show’s 51 years of existence — will be occupied by companies showing off th...Read More