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Four Frozen Protein Smoothies That Make Perfect Post-Workout Popsicles

The days of hot, sweaty workouts are approaching. It’s time to upgrade your after-exercise snack from a boring protein bar and a swig of lukewarm water to one of these refreshing protein popsicles. The formula is simple: Blend, freeze, enjoy.

This Simple Exercise Tests Your Ankle Mobility

Ankle mobility is an oft-overlooked weak link, because your ankles and feet help form a stable foundation for stronger, pain-free movement. But how can you tell if your ankle mobility isn’t up to par? Try this quick assessment.

Addicaid Is An App And Social Network To Help You Find Treatment And Recover From Addiction

iOS/Android: If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, gambling, alcohol, eating disorders or some other addiction, Addicaid may provide you with one option for recourse, or at least an outlet for you to confide in someone who understands.

Toilet Training From Birth? It Is Possible

It can often be pretty difficult to convince a determined two year old to quit nappies. To avoid this conflict, many families are adopting a different approach to toilet training, one that is more commonly used in other parts of the world, including China, parts of Africa, India, and South and Central America. This method, called Elimination Communication (EC or assisted infant toilet training), is becoming increasingly popular in the West. It involves starting toilet training from birth by following the child’s cues.

Use The End Of The Year To Focus On Wrapping Up Your Goals

If you have any lingering goals you want to accomplish this year, now is a great time to renew your focus on them. The last few months of the year are prime to buckle down on them, end on a high note and start off next year strong.

Keep Your Baby Safe From Suffocation By Feeding Them On The Bed, Not The Couch, At Night

Tiny babies love to wake up their parents in the middle of the night. It’s just how they’re programmed. And plenty of sleep-deprived parents, remembering that bed sharing is risky, choose to feed their babies while sitting on the couch. A new recommendation says maybe the bed is better, after all.

The Science Of Napping Explained [Infographic]

A quick power nap can determine the difference between staying productive and coasting through the day like a brain-dead zombie. But how much rest do you actually need to boost your energy levels? Is it possible to nap for too little or for too long? And how does REM fit into it all this? This information-packed infographic from Patio Productions explains all.

These Non-Sappy Cards Help You Support Friends With Cancer

It’s hard to know what to say when a friend is dealing with a really awful illness or loss. And a lot of the things we blurt out may end up sounding more hurtful than we mean them to. That’s why we love this series of cards that say what sick and grieving people really want to hear.

This Is How You Will Die

How You Will Die: it’s a simulator.

Plug in your race, age and sex. Then find out — according to the data — the statistical reasons for your potential death throughout your life.

How To Choose Toothpaste

Choosing a toothbrush is relatively simple: dentists recommend brushing with a small-headed soft-bristled brush, for two minutes, twice a day. But how on earth do you decide between the 50-odd toothpastes on the supermarket shelves?

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