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Easy Vodka Cocktails for a Party

There are many different types of vodka that are made from different grains. Some of the more popular types of vodka include potato vodka, rye vodka, and wheat vodka. However, there are also vodkas that are made from other grains, such as corn, barley, and even grapes. Vodka is a popular spirit that is often

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How To Get the Most Out of Your TV Plan

Ever since televisions first entered our homes in the first half of the 20th century, watching TV has remained one of the most popular forms of entertainment. More than three-quarters of American households have a TV, and the average person watches about five hours of TV a day. There are a variety of reasons why

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Are Our Smartphones Messing With Our Memories

Are Our Smartphones Messing With Our Memories?

Thanks to the invention of the smartphone, everyone has a tiny genius tucked right in their pocket. But is having that extreme level of intelligence at your fingertips disrupting your own brain functions? More than 80 percent of Americans use a smartphone and many rely on these devices for memory enhancement and analytical thinking. Smartphones

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Signs You Have a Weak Immune System

The immune system is the body’s built-in defense mechanism against diseases, parasites, and infection. Without it, the body would always be sick and at risk for a shortened lifespan. If a sickness enters the body, a healthy immune system fights back with white blood cells to recover and restore itself. A weakened immune system has

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Anxiety: Learning to Cope

Alzheimer’s Vs. Dementia Although these terms seem relatively interchangeable, there is a big difference between the two. Both terms are generally reserved for the memory loss exhibited by the elderly. Both can also set in as soon as your 30s.  One of the most significant differences between the two is that Dementia is a syndrome,

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