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Choosing Winter Tires

Like every responsible driver, you’re probably wondering how to figure out which winter tires to choose. Here’s a tip: ignore your friends and family. Your brother-in-law may brag that he found some amazing winter tires, but that doesn’t mean his

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TRIVIA: HOW USELESS INFORMATION IS GREAT FOR THE BRAIN

QUICK! What is the capital of Djibouti, Africa? Learning what seems like totally useless information is actually very good exercise for your brain. Trivia questions are very good for your memory. Trivia keeps us smart and engaged. Just like your body

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WORLD KINDNESS DAY

On November 13 as part of World Kindness Day, we are encouraged to spread kindness like an infectious cold. We want to share it more than usual because studies show when others observe kindness in action they are more likely

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Should We Stop Keeping Pets?

Research into animals’ emotional lives has cast doubt on the ethics of petkeeping. It was a Tupperware tub of live baby rats that made Dr Jessica Pierce start to question the idea of pet ownership. She was at her local

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THE HEALTH BENEFITS YOU’LL RECEIVE BY DONATING TO CHARITY

The season of giving is upon us once again and it’s time to jump back into the hustle and bustle of the holidays. The gift of giving is a wonderful feeling. It’s a happy moment seeing the smile on your

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5 reasons why saying ‘good morning’ to office colleagues is a good practice

Each of us starts our morning with some kind of ritual – it could be simply making a cup of coffee or going for a jog. While we acknowledge that these rituals or practices help us to start our day

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History of the Poppy

Each November, Poppies bloom on the lapels and collars of millions of Canadians. The significance of the Poppy can be traced back to the Napoleonic Wars in the 19th century, over 110 years before being adopted in Canada. Records from that

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10 Quick Facts on… Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day was first observed in 1919 throughout the British Commonwealth. It was originally called “Armistice Day” to commemorate armistice agreement that ended the First World War on Monday, November 11, 1918, at 11 a.m.—on the eleventh hour of the

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Spontaneous Doodling Improves Your Focus And Mental Health

Bored? Chances are you just grabbed your phone and checked out social media before clicking this article. Before the days of social media and 10-second cat videos, though, procrastination often came in the form of a pencil and doodling in

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Hug your colleagues to skyrocket productivity

Basketball players do it all the time: patting teammates on the back and giving chest bumps, high fives and team huddles. And they do it for a reason. Researcher at the University of California, San Francisco Michael Kraus discovered that the more basketball players

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Our Top Pet Health Tips for Autumn

Ahhh, Fall! This time of year means football, crisp air, colourful foliage and even, depending on where you live, a little bit of snow. It’s a great time to get outside with your pet; for a dog, there’s nothing like

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Good sleep = good health

Sleeping well makes us feel better, more alert, energetic, and better able to concentrate and perform our daily tasks. Getting enough sleep each day is one of the most important things you can do for your health and wellbeing and

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11 memory hacks to remember the names of everyone you meet

You aren’t likely to get an investor or customer to sign a big check with your business if you can’t remember his or her name. “When you can remember someone’s name, it shows them that they are important to you

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10 Quick Stress Busters

Stress is like dark chocolate. A little of it won’t kill you. In fact, small blocks here and there can be good for you, or at least give you a reason to get of bed in the morning. But chronic

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Microsoft tried a 4-day workweek in Japan. Productivity jumped 40%

A growing number of smaller companies are adopting a four-day workweek. Now the results of a recent trial at Microsoft (MSFT) suggest it could work even for the biggest businesses.The company introduced a program this summer in Japan called the “Work Life Choice Challenge,” which

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