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Go On A Wine Adventure This Holiday Season

Oct 21, 14 Go On A Wine Adventure This Holiday Season

Posted by in Lifestyle

While recovering from throat cancer, Howard Kleinfeld, an award-winning commercial music producer, lost his sense of taste for a few years. When it came back, he decided to embrace some of the finest tastes life had to offer and has since traveled the world to satisfy his obsession with wine.

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Company Recalls Marijuana Sodas After Explosions In Stores

Oct 12, 14 Company Recalls Marijuana Sodas After Explosions In Stores

Posted by in Lifestyle, WTF???

Every company wants a product that will just explode off the shelves. And Top Shelf Cannabis in Bellingham, Wash., got just that — literally, with its latest product, marijuana-infused pomegranate sparkling soda.

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Could Smaller Families Be The Key To Happiness?

Oct 11, 14 Could Smaller Families Be The Key To Happiness?

Posted by in Lifestyle, Mental Health

Although the birth rate in America isn’t going down, it’s also not increasing either. While at first this decline in population growth may seem unsettling, a recent study from the University of California, Berkeley suggests that a slight decline in population growth may actually lead to an increase in the overall standard of living.

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Nobody Wants To Hear About Your Epic Adventure

Oct 07, 14 Nobody Wants To Hear About Your Epic Adventure

Posted by in Lifestyle, Science

So you've traveled the world, acquired a lifetime of adventure and come back home to tell everybody about it. But actually, nobody wants to hear about your extraordinary experience, and new research from Harvard University suggests it's psychologically healthier to stay ordinary.

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Surprise! Disabled People Have Sex

Oct 06, 14 Surprise! Disabled People Have Sex

Posted by in Health, Lifestyle

Tim, 29, was born with cerebral palsy and uses an electric wheelchair to get around. Natalie, 30, is able-bodied. Frustrated with society’s perpetual surprise at their relationship — and a lack of resources for couples in their situation — they founded the Rose Centre For Love, Sex, and Disability, which aims to promote the idea of seeing the positive side of disability, particularly when it comes to love, sex and relationships.

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The Best And Worst Places To Grow Old, Globally

Oct 01, 14 The Best And Worst Places To Grow Old, Globally

Posted by in Lifestyle, Science

Life expectancy at 60 is now at least a third longer than what it was in the middle of the 20th century in many countries. While people around the world are living longer, the 2014 Global AgeWatch Index finds social policies to support their wellbeing in later life are inadequate in one-third of all countries across the globe. Thus, people’s experience of their “golden years” varies widely.

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Wallpaper Design Goes Digital

Sep 30, 14 Wallpaper Design Goes Digital

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

If you're looking for a fun and unique way to update your space before heading into hibernation mode, we have a suggestion for you: NewWall. The company specializes in transforming a space by revamping its walls. The Toronto-based firm recently began working with J&V Digital wallcovering to craft 3D murals and prints that can be splayed across a basic space to give it a little life.

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Sumo Lounge Omni Reloaded – Versatile & Innovative

Sep 25, 14 Sumo Lounge Omni Reloaded – Versatile & Innovative

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Sumo Lounge – the company who brought you the amazing Omni, Gigantor and Sultan beanbags (& many more) has recently launched their newest product, the Omni Reloaded. Unlike their normal beanbag style they went for something a little more inventive, combining the durable covers and inner foam with a metal frame to allow the chair to be fixed into several different positions.

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Aye Me Matey: It’s Pirate Time

Sep 19, 14 Aye Me Matey: It’s Pirate Time

Posted by in Lifestyle, Seasonal, Technology

I remember the first time I read Peter Pan and then saw Disney’s animated version. I walked around my house for days imitating just how I thought pirates would talk. On September 19 of every year, people come together to celebrate International Talk Like A Pirate Day. Yep, you read that correctly.

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Mike Holmes: When And What Not To Renovate

Sep 19, 14 Mike Holmes: When And What Not To Renovate

Posted by in Lifestyle

The purpose of most renovations is to increase livable space. But sometimes you shouldn't do it, because you could risk your investment and your home's structural integrity and safety. The last thing you want is to spend tens of thousands of dollars, only to have to rip out the work to fix a problem.

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