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A lot of time and energy is wasted on doing things that yield no real benefits, like reading or watching so-called "news" about people and events unrelated to us, or updating our social media status with irrelevant information. So, what can one do to reduce time waste?
TORONTO - A new study suggests that unhealthy behaviours are responsible for about one in three days Ontario residents spend in hospital.It suggests the price tag for all this hospital time is substan...
It's an age-old search: the secret to eternal youth. For centuries, the dream of a single factor that may increase our lifespan has been at the forefront of many legends, excursions, and of course, advertising campaigns. The answer, however, may lie not in water, food or lifestyle, but in our relationship with germs.