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    Only A True Fan Of Starbucks Holiday Drinks Can Get 11/13 On This Quiz

    November 18th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    The Starbucks holiday menu is back and that means decadent chocolatey drinks topped with whipped cream for everyone!

    Happy eggnog and peppermint hot chocolate season, to all!

    The Starbucks holiday menu is back and that means decadent chocolatey drinks topped with whipped cream for everyone!

    For a little context on how a typical snack/dessert like this might fit into your average day, the estimated calorie needs per day for a moderately active person are around 2,000 to 2,700 calories, with the lower number for women and the higher number for men. (And it’s closer to 1,600 to 1,800 calories for sedentary women, depending on age.)

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    Keep in mind, that all drinks in question are grande sized, made with 2% milk and topped with whipped cream — except the Frappuccinos, which are grande sized drinks made with whole milk and topped with whipped cream.

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    14 Times Britney Spears Perfectly Summed Up Having A Cold

    November 17th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Becky Barnicoat

    When everyone around you is dropping like flies, and you haven't caught it yet but you know it's only a matter of time.

    “Cause to lose all my senses, that is just so typically me.”

    When everyone around you is dropping like flies, and you haven’t caught it yet but you know it’s only a matter of time.

    Sony

    When you accidentally drink from the same glass as someone who’s ill.

    When you accidentally drink from the same glass as someone who's ill.

    Sony

    When you realise your mistake.

    When you realise your mistake.

    Sony

    When you get that first scratch of a sore throat and feel the germ invading your body.

    When you get that first scratch of a sore throat and feel the germ invading your body.

    Sony

    When your mum says, “You look tired sweetheart, are you coming down with something?”

    When your mum says, "You look tired sweetheart, are you coming down with something?"

    Sony

    When your nose is blocked, your hearing’s gone all weird, and your eyes are watering from all the sneezing.

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    13 Ways To Avoid Being *That* Coworker Who Gets Everyone Sick This Year

    November 17th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Terri Pous

    Every single winter, I spend at least one day side-eyeing *that* person who comes into work sniffling, sneezing, and spraying their germs everywhere.

    Fun fact: A single sneeze can fill an entire room with germs.

    Every single winter, I spend at least one day side-eyeing *that* person who comes into work sniffling, sneezing, and spraying their germs everywhere.

    I’m going to go out on a limb and guess you don’t want to become patient zero for your office’s cold or flu outbreak, so I asked Daniel Eiras, MD, assistant professor of infectious diseases at NYU Langone Health, to share some tips on how to keep it 💯 this winter.

    FOX

    First things first: Learn how to wash your hands the right way, and do it often.

    First things first: Learn how to wash your hands the right way, and do it often.

    When it comes to washing your hands, it is NOT the thought that counts. “Hand washing, to me, is one of the most fundamental ways to break the cycle of transmission of infection,” Eiras says. “It’s both the easiest and simplest intervention you can do, and one that is infrequently done correctly.”

    Here’s how to do it right: For starters, the water should be warm or hot (although cold water …read more

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    Do You Have Any Holiday Traditions With Your Chosen Family?

    November 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Anthony Rivas

    There are many different reasons why you might not be with your immediate family during the holiday season. But hey, that's why you have a chosen family.

    Your chosen family is the group of people who you choose to play a significant role in your life.

    There are many different reasons why you might not be with your immediate family during the holiday season. But hey, that’s why you have a chosen family.

    AKA the people you choose to call family. These are the special friends you surround yourself with because, well, they’re fuckin’ awesome and they’re there for you through it all — no matter what.

    NBC / Via theodysseyonline.com

    There’s a lot you can do with your chosen family, but the holidays are a ~special~ time to do things together.

    There's a lot you can do with your chosen family, but the holidays are a ~special~ time to do things together.

    Maybe you have a favorite tradition that you think is completely and totally unique to you and your fam. Maybe your traditions are super weird or out of the ordinary. Or maybe you just made one up for a joke, and y’all ran with it — and now carrying it out is like an homage to that hilarious moment. Whatever …read more

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    43 Books That Literally Changed People’s Lives

    November 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Sally Tamarkin

    Captivating and Wild at Heart by John and Stasi Eldredge

    Fiction, non-fiction, sci-fi, YA, self-help, you name it.

    They shared all kinds of books from a variety of genres. Check them out below!

    And just as a heads up, some of these submissions talk about loss and grief, suicide, eating disorders, and other mental health issues.

    Captivating and Wild at Heart by John and Stasi Eldredge

    “I think everyone, regardless of age, gender, or relationship status should read these. They give such on-point insight into the hearts and minds of men and women. It helped me understand myself better, my friends and family better, coworkers better, even complete strangers.

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    Get Wild at Heart from Amazon for $10.48+, Barnes & Noble for $10.68+, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

    Get Captivating from Amazon for $10.98+, Barnes & Noble for $11.53+, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

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    The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

    The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

    “It is a life-changing self-help/spiritual book about living in the present moment. I think I’ve highlighted the entire book. I have many …read more

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    Is It Actually Unhealthy To Let Your Dog Lick Your Face?

    November 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Caroline Kee

    Let's face it; it's pretty hard to resist puppy kisses, even if you know deep down that it's kind of gross.

    Your POOch’s mouth may have more germs than you think.

    Let’s face it; it’s pretty hard to resist puppy kisses, even if you know deep down that it’s kind of gross.

    Every time I go home to visit my parents, I’m greeted by our Labrador mix, Scout, who has to lick my entire face for several minutes before she calms down. As someone who writes a lot about germs, I know that it’s probably not the best idea, but feeling loved by a dog is the best feeling ever. Seriously, who doesn’t love puppy kisses?

    TBS / Via giphy.com

    So, is it actually unhealthy to let your dog lick your face?

    So, is it actually unhealthy to let your dog lick your face?

    We spoke to germ expert Kelly Reynolds, associate professor of environmental health at the University of Arizona, to find out if kissing your dog can actually put your health at risk.

    Tara Denny / Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com

    First of all, a dog’s mouth is not cleaner than a human’s mouth — that’s a myth.

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    What Are Your Best Tips For Supporting A Friend With A Serious Illness?

    November 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Gyan Yankovich

    When you're unwell, it's obvious that a lot of people don't know what to say or how they can help.

    The gifts and gestures that reminded you that they would always be there.

    When you’re unwell, it’s obvious that a lot of people don’t know what to say or how they can help.

    It’s a hard situation for everybody involved.

    Summit Entertainment / Via giphy.com

    Because of this, it means so much when a friend gets you something that really brightens a bad day.

    Because of this, it means so much when a friend gets you something that really brightens a bad day.

    @littlesuccers / Via instagram.com

    Or surprises you with something that will make your day-to-day life a little easier.

    Or surprises you with something that will make your day-to-day life a little easier.

    A freezer of food can make all the difference when you’re running low on energy.

    @higuccini / Via instagram.com

    Maybe a friend bought you a keepsake that reminded you that you have support.

    Maybe a friend bought you a keepsake that reminded you that you have support.

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    What Relationship Advice Do You Wish You Had Heard In 2017?

    November 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    Navigating relationships can be tough, and sometimes (okay, most of the time) hindsight is 20/20.

    Because you live and you learn.

    Navigating relationships can be tough, and sometimes (okay, most of the time) hindsight is 20/20.

    FOX / Via tenor.com

    So we want to know, what things did you learn about being in a relationship in 2017 that you wish you’d known sooner?

    So we want to know, what things did you learn about being in a relationship in 2017 that you wish you'd known sooner?

    Netflix / Via giphy.com

    Like maybe you wish you’d known that rushing to move in with a significant other is maybe not a great idea.

    Like maybe you wish you'd known that rushing to move in with a significant other is maybe not a great idea.

    Especially if it’s for financial convenience, people.

    Comedy Central / Via giphy.com

    Or you wish you had known how important it is to tell your partner how grateful you are for all the things they do.

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    This Company Made Up Fake News And Fake Celeb Quotes To Sell Supplements, FTC Says

    November 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Stephanie M. Lee

    A Tarr Inc. ad that the FTC referenced in its complaint against the company.

    Screenshot by the Federal Trade Commission / Via ftc.gov

    One online ad claimed that Jennifer Aniston owed her youthful skin to a wrinkle-smoothing cream. On the website Every Day With Dr. Oz, the celebrity doctor and talk show host Mehmet Oz seemingly talked up a weight-loss pill. And a Men’s Health article reported that a supplement was making actor Jason Statham “jacked.”

    But according to the Federal Trade Commission, this reporting and marketing was all untrue. The agency alleges it was part of a vast online network of fake news sites, fake customer testimonials, and fake celebrity endorsements that existed to promote unsubstantiated health claims about more than 40 weight-loss, muscle-building, and wrinkle-reduction products. It apparently worked: People nationwide spent $179 million on these products over a five-year period, the FTC alleges.

    What’s more, the agency says, customers who thought they were signing up for “free” and “risk-free” trials were in fact automatically charged recurring monthly fees without their consent.

    Three people who ran the promotional network through Tarr Inc., a Del Mar, California, company, have agreed to settle the charges, the FTC announced Wednesday. …read more

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    How Do You Make Yourself Feel Better When You’re Having a Shitty Day?

    November 14th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    Every now and then, we ALL have those down days — the ones where we're really not feeling ourselves.

    Looking for all the simple ways you lift your self-esteem during tough times.

    Every now and then, we ALL have those down days — the ones where we’re really not feeling ourselves.

    Maybe things have been rough at work, you’ve had a long string of crappy dates, or overall, things have just been pretty shitty lately.

    NBC / Via tenor.com

    So we want to know what things you do to make yourself feel more confident/sexy/self-assured when you’re in the dumps?

    So we want to know what things you do to make yourself feel more confident/sexy/self-assured when you're in the dumps?

    It’s easy to depend on other people’s opinions and affirmations to make us feel better about ourselves. But what things do you do when you’re having a hard time believing in yourself?

    NBC / Via giphy.com

    Maybe you put on Beyoncé and dance around in your underwear.

    Maybe you put on Beyoncé and dance around in your underwear.

    Sony/Parkwood / Via tenor.com

    Or you get your blood flowing with a quick …read more

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