Author: Staff Writer

If you’ve ever looked in the mirror, chances are you’ve noticed that one of your legs is bigger than the other. There’s a good chance this has left you feeling self-conscious and wondering why this is. Fortunately, there is no need to panic. Having one leg bigger than the other is quite common. In fact, it happens to almost everyone at some point in their lives. If you Google search “Why Is One Of My Legs Bigger Than The Other?” you will get a lot of different answers from different people on different websites and forums. Why Is One Of…

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In most religions, activities that are deemed dangerous, taboo, or antithetical to the central principles of the faith are either prohibited or highly regulated. The same is true for members of the Church of Scientology. In their book “Hidden References in the Churches of Scientology: An Introduction to Understanding Verified Para-Scientology” authors David Pendergast and Jesse Introvigne explain that, unlike other churches where rules and regulations are spelled out clearly and explicitly, in the Church of Scientology many of these things are left as an “implicit code of conduct” which members must discover for themselves. Below you will find a…

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Facebook is an immensely powerful marketing tool. That’s why many businesses build Facebook pages and create custom advertisements designed to attract new customers. As a result, businesses that use Facebook often monitor their performance, traffic, and other statistics to ensure they’re getting the most value from their efforts. For example, if you manage or own a business page on Facebook and want to see how many people have “liked” it, how many followers you have gained in the past week or month, or how many people will see your posts based on your privacy settings, you need to know more…

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You feel that itch, and you scratch it. Then you itch and scratch again. And again. Do you start to wonder why the outside of your nose is so itchy all the time? Why does your nose itch on the outside? Is something wrong with your nose? The good news is that there’s a perfectly logical explanation for why your nose gets so itchy on the outside. It’s not something more sinister or concerning; but rather the most natural (and expected) reaction to something in your environment. But what exactly causes that tickle-itch sensation, and how can you stop it…

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Drinking water is key to staying healthy. But you may worry about how water may impact the effectiveness of your medications. The good news is that drinking water does not affect most medications and, in fact, helps your body process them more efficiently. However, there are some scenarios in which drinking water may have a negative impact on the effectiveness of your medication. Caffeinated drinks like coffee or tea may have a similar impact on some types of medications as they increase urine production and reduce its pH, making it more acidic. Following a prolonged period without fluids, dehydration can…

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Anyone who has ever eaten an entire bag of chips in one sitting knows firsthand how almost nothing is more destructive to your diet than a simple bowl of salty snacks. In as little as 30 minutes, you can take in more than 1,000 calories from practically nothing but empty carbohydrates. If there’s anything that can make the effects of eating something like that even worse, however, it’s doing so on an empty stomach. When we have less food in our stomach, our bodies are forced to break down all the available carbs almost immediately—which is exactly what happens when…

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‍When the snow falls, everyone wants to build a snowman. But when it comes to making one, things get tricky. If you’re faced with the same situation, we have some tips on how to make a snowman in dry snow and keep playtime interesting. After all, there is only so much you can do with just snow and a few sticks! However challenging it might seem at first glance, constructing this frosty friend is actually not that difficult. All you need is a bit of ingenuity, an open mind, and a little patience. So if you’re also stuck somewhere along…

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When you have a cold, your body tries to remove mucus and other gunk from your nose, throat, and airways. It does this by making you cough or sneeze. Then, it also starts producing lots of mucus in preparation for the next attack. This can result in frequent bouts of slimy discharge, which is known as post-nasal drip. Regularly releasing excess mucus is not something to fear. In fact, it’s a common consequence of having a cold or flu virus and is a sign that your body is trying its best to get better and recover. In this article, we…

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The benefits of facial steaming have been lauded for eons. The practice has been known to open up the pores, enhance skin tone, and even out complexion–all while making you look like a Valkyrie from Norse mythology. But when it comes to actually incorporating facial steaming into your skincare routine, the process is less straightforward. How often should you do it? What’s the best way to go about it? And are there any precautions to take before diving in? The answers to these questions might seem fairly cryptic at first, but once you decode them, they make perfect sense. To…

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How long is your Ethernet cable? If it’s shorter than you need, you might be in need of a little bit of help extending that Ethernet cable. Luckily, extending an Ethernet cable isn’t nearly as difficult as the first time you learned how to use one. Men and women who work in the tech industry have gotten a pretty bad rap for being nerds or geeks. But the truth is that any job where you are constantly surrounded by computers, gadgets, software programs, and other digital things can’t really be considered nerdy or geeky. It’s just what happens when you…

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