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Day: September 15, 2023


Getting exposure to sunlight in the morning can help you sleep at night because it helps reset your body's inner "sleep clock". Light is an important cue for your body’s sleep cycle. The light you are exposed to during the day helps your body figure out when it’s time to go to bed and when it’s time to wake up, says an article in Very Well Health. Sunrise and sunset are good therapy, says...
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Why Is It Important to Read to Your Child?

The Benefits Go Far Beyond Literacy by Hannah Sheldon-Dean Parents hear it all the time: it’s important to read to your kids. But why exactly is that? And does it matter how – or when, or what – you read to them? It makes sense that being read to would help kids learn to read themselves, and it’s true that being read to supports that crucial learning process. But the benefits of reading...
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Honey is a popular home remedy for various health conditions. It has natural antibacterial and calming qualities that may also help soothe inflamed acne blemishes. Honey contains peptides, antioxidants, Vitamin B, fatty acids and amino acids. When applied to the face, these components can have a soothing effect and help reduce redness, says an article in Healthline. Honey also has an osmotic...
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Sorry, Your Paper Coffee Cup Is a Toxic Nightmare

Supposedly eco-friendly cups are still coated with a thin layer of plastic, which scientists have discovered can leach chemicals that harm living creatures. The world goes through hundreds of billions of single-use coffee cups every year – and most aren’t recycled. So major coffee chains’ switch to paper cups is a good step, right? Not quite. A recently published study shows that paper...
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