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Don’t Sweat It: Healthy Living Hacks for Slackers

Like many people, I yearn for the perfect summer body. However, I consider myself the very epitome of laziness. I would much rather Netflix and chill with a bag of Doritos than hit the gym or work out complicated meal plans. Given that my budget is tight as well, I’m not likely to sign up for expensive fad diets or fresh meal boxes. Living healthy is important, but slacking is

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Would You Use a Smart Water Bottle to Track Your Hydration?

If you want to live a healthier life, there is a gadget and an app for that. Sleep trackers, activity trackers, smart scales, what next? A connected Bluetooth water bottle and app can even track your water intake and provide feedback on your hydration. Three Smart Water Bottles Remind You To Hydrate Hidrate Spark Hidrate Spark is a connected BPA-free smart water bottle. The partner app tracks water intake, provides GPS

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Five Reasons Coffee Breaks Should Be Mandatory

Here in the Bay Area, we’re fond of grabbing a coffee at Starbucks on our way to work, and sometimes even in the afternoon. But, it may be more beneficial to your health to make an afternoon break for coffee than you realize. In Sweden, for example, a Fika is an expected social break for afternoon coffee with friends and family. This break is supposed to be taken with an

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Are These Apps Crossing the Line?

Lately within our society technology has been advancing, it feels like, every two months. Whether it’s the latest smartphone, computer, watch, or you name it. The times have completely changed since 2010. However, what has been completely altering the world, as we know it is the fact that there is an app…for almost everything! Apps were first invented for an individual to play games on their cell phones when they were

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What’s Wrong With Nick? The Lifestyles of Living With Somebody With Autism

Life isn’t easy and life isn’t fair, it’s what you do with it that makes it worth living.   When I was younger, my brother was just my brother. I didn’t see him as disabled, on the spectrum nor autistic. He was just my older brother, who loved having sword fights with spoons, re-watching and replaying every scene of Jumanji imaginable until he grew tired of it, and wore his

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