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Water, Water, Everywhere: 3 Tips for Staying Hydrated

One of the basic needs that helps humans survive can often be the most overlooked. Water keeps everything from our skin to our organs working in tip-top shape. But staying hydrated is a process that isn't always easy. There are several reasons why it's important to stay hydrated. Below are some key tips for staying hydrated and keeping your body healthy over the long-term. Why Stay Hydrated? Dehydration can occur at any time of the year and cause serious, long-term damage to your internal organs. Water

NZT48 fictional smart pill from the movie Limitless

In the movie Limitless, the character played by Bradley Cooper takes a pill, called NZT48. This pill enables him to think faster, understand new information, and greatly enhances memory. Similar plot lines have been used in other science fiction stories and movies. The amazing results shown in the movie have led many to search online for NZT 48 pills from Limitless. Are These Pills Real? This is a common question among fans of the movie and science fiction fans in general. While that particular

Feeling Maxed Out? You Could Be on the Brink of Job Burnout

It goes without saying that being the man in charge, the go to guy, the big boss, can get downright stressful. Whether you’re dealing with an enormous amount of economic pressure, long work hours, or layoffs, the life of an executive can make you want to ball up in the fetal position and cry. There’s so much to do, so little time, and so few resources, that eventually, it all comes crashing down leaving you to pick up the pieces. Over time, the sleep deprivation, stress, and anxiety combined

Men vs Mental Health: Working Through Gender Stigma

In the past, women did not have the full benefits of society. While this is wrong, it is a shame that now, often, men deal with the brunt of society’s biases. This is clear when looking at the mental health problems men face. Not only do men have harder jobs and work longer hours, but also they are more likely to be involved with substances or come back with mental scars from war. With this in mind, here are five ways men can work through the stigma and find help. Open hearts: Now, when a