Category Archives: Lifestyle

Clean-Up Pomegranate Consumption

Enjoy the “ART” There have been various discussions on exactly how many seeds exist in a pomegranate.  Truthfully, it is not an exact science as every pomegranate has a different amount. Still, what cannot be disputed is the seeds are … Continue reading

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‘Glamour’ous Jenifer Lopez Hits the Magazine Stands

She’s gorgeous, she’s popular and she’s everywhere. And now that Jennifer Lopez has hit the cover of Glamour magazine, she’s really arrived. It seems that everyone in the world of beauty and fame want to know even more now about … Continue reading

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Digitizing the Home

Everything else seems to be digital these days – from dating to entertainment – so why not digitize the kitchen too? Well, thanks to the Digital Spoon Measure now you can.  This new gadget will help even the most beginner … Continue reading

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Robo Cleaner Gift for Couch Potatoes

For anyone who hates doing the vacuuming and would rather sit on the couch watching TV, the Neato Robot Cleaner would probably be a dream come true.  The question on every lazy boy’s lips remains, can one actually claim to … Continue reading

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Shapell Manuscript Foundation Looks at History Between the Lines

A new project of the Shapell Manuscript Foundation Collection will take a look at primary source documents corresponding to a particular day on the calendar in order to get a new insight into a large variety of events in history. … Continue reading

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“Lean Gene” Linked to Diabetes and Other Disorders

With the media giving off such an impression today, many people (men and women alike) believe there’s no such thing as “too thin.” A recent study, however, proves otherwise. Last week, scientists revealed their discovery of a “lean gene” that … Continue reading

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Dog Walks Again With Four Bionic Legs

In a world where technology is sometimes considered to be more harmful than helpful, it’s always nice to hear stories that support the opposite approach. A Red Heeler cattle dog named Naki’o was abandoned in a frozen puddle when he … Continue reading

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The Cube and Adopting Clean Energy Technologies

Psychologist Mike Page of the University of Hertfordshire has recognized that people are reluctant to adopt clean energy technologies in there homes. The question he asks is Why? This is a video presenting a 3×3 meter house called ‘The Cube’, … Continue reading

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Finding Love in New York

If you go to New York, or if you are privileged enough to be a resident of the city that never sleeps, you’ll probably find at least one thing to fall in love with.  But how easy is it to … Continue reading

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Celebrating Ronald Reagan

The Shapell Manuscript Foundation is an association which collects researches original manuscripts and historical documents. With an emphasis on the histories of the U.S. and the Holy Land, the Shapell Manuscript Foundation’s collection includes manuscripts of prominent political and renowned … Continue reading

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