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Deforestation: Our Disappearing Woodlands
DEFORESTATION Our Disappearing Woodlands 46,000 to 58,000 square miles of forest are destroyed annually That's equal to 36 FOOTBALL FIELDS being destroyed -every minute DEFORESTATION is the permanent destruction of forests to FORESTS cover 31% of the planet's land area make land available for other uses IN 1950, About 15% of the Earth's land area was covered by rainforests TODAY, Rainforests cover just 6% THE PROBLEM HAS MULTIPLE ROOTS Glo...
The flu can take up to two weeks to run its course, disrupt your work and home life, and leave you feeling lousy. And if you get it during a tropical vacation or important business trip, you’ll likely feel even worse. Even though there’s no sure-fire way to prevent getting the flu, there are smart ways to protect yourself the next time you travel during flu season.
Smoothie bowls aren’t exactly revolutionary — it’s a smoothie poured into a bowl and topped with fruit, seeds, nuts, or whatever else you have on hand — but they sure are photogenic.
But is your gorgeous, social media-ready smoothie bowl sneakily making you gain weight?
Smoothie bowls can be a good source of fiber, protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates to start your day or help you refuel after a workout.
If you’re considering getting a tattoo, or you just got a new one, you may be wondering: Can you work out after getting a tattoo?
The short answer: To allow your skin to fully heal, your tattoo artist will likely caution you to avoid strenuous activity for a little while.
You don’t need to be a couch potato for weeks on end. But a tattoo is an open wound, so you should take it slow for a bit. With tattoos becoming increasingly common — three in 10 Americans have at least one of them — healthcare professionals and tattoo artists have a better idea of how to care for fresh ink.
The terms “team-building" and “icebreaker” don’t exactly sound enticing. In fact, many of us shudder at the thought of trust falls and name games.
The good news? We’re here to tell you that team-building has come a long way.
If you’re a people manager, it’s not only helpful to prioritize team-building—it’s crucial. The value of team-building surpasses the joy of a free lunch or the opportunity to get a quick break from the daily grind. By organizing meaningful, enjoyable team-building activities, you can positively impact employee morale, productivity, retention, and more—not just in the
No matter what you're wearing — or the state of your hair and makeup — a great manicure can help you feel polished around the clock. Whether you opt for a barely there nude, a bold pop of color or a statement-making design, manicured nails can help you feel put together for any occasion.
To help you nail down the look that best suits your style and your pocketbook, Elle Gerstein, a New York-based celebrity nail technician, breaks down the most common manicure options.
Hard truth: We’re all likely to gain weight as we get older.
While we don’t always have control over everything that can cause weight gain, there are lifestyle choices that you can make to better manage the scale and stay strong and healthy as you age.
Read on to learn which obstacles Mother Nature may throw your way with each passing decade and tips to combat them.
Most of us have water on tap and milk chilling in the fridge, but did you know these budget-friendly beverages (and others) can do more than just quench your thirst? We’ve rounded up 21 drink suggestions for every type of situation and need. From pickle juice to whiskey to cherry juice, these drinks can boost endurance, ease colds and even help beat upset stomachs.
If you’ve ever seen a combination of four mysterious letters, such as “ISTP” or “ENTJ,” you might be interested to know they’re not just a trendy new acronym. These four-letter codes are possible results of a 93-question (give or take) personality assessment called the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)—a psychological instrument that’s been around for more than 75 years.
But what exactly do the Myers-Briggs personality types mean, and what can you do once you discover yours? Read on to learn about this widely-used personality test and how the results may help guide life and career decisions.
Chances are you’ve only used ice cube trays to freeze water, and that’s cool, but this under-utilized kitchen tool has a lot more potential when it comes to healthy eating and reducing food waste.
Not only can you use ice cube trays to capture ingredients at their freshest but you can also use them as a portioning tool as most hold about one tablespoon per well.
Burgers loaded with special sauce and layers of cheese sandwiched between a giant bun isn’t exactly the model for a wholesome, nutritious meal — especially when it comes from a fast-food chain.
But, burgers don’t have to be completely off-limits when you’re trying to eat right. In fact, when incorporated into a healthy, varied diet, research shows red meat can be a great source of high-quality protein and essential nutrients such as iron, zinc, and vitamin B12.
With fresh, responsibly-sourced ingredients, Chipotle makes it easy to eat healthy on the go. But the yummy chips, toppings, and tortillas also make it easy to turn your order into an unintended cheat meal. So what should you order at Chipotle? We asked two nutrition experts to break down tips for finding the healthiest options.
There are so many different protein powders available on the market, it can be hard to choose one. Many powders are whey-based, which is a animal protein, but then there are soy and pea powders, which are plant-based. If you’re curious about the main differences and similarities between whey vs. plant protein, we’re here to help!
If you’re among the large group of chocoholics spread across the globe, you may be into carob — a finely ground powder that comes from carob pods grown on trees primarily in the Mediterranean.
This sweet and nutty treat not only echoes chocolate in taste (a real win, if you ask us), it also has some impressive health benefits including its antioxidant potential and grams of fiber per serving.
What if you could take a pill that would slash your cravings for brownies, cookies, and ice cream? Yup, such a pill exists — and people are taking notice.
Read on to find out more about sugar craving pills, how they are said to work, and whether or not they’re safe and effective.