Be in The Present
How many times have you found yourself driving or doing something routine and realized you had no idea what just happened?
Autopilot can make some routine tasks easier but its not always a good thing. Sometimes automatic functioning can harm relationships and even make you anxious and depressed.
The Flu on Your Fingertips
The influenza virus can live on a person's fingers for half an hour or more, depending on the size of the droplet, according to a new Swiss study.
Experts assume most flu is transmitted by air -- tiny droplets spreading out on the air currents as the infected person coughs or talks. But this finding also suggests that flu can be transmitted by touch.
In An Emergency, These Supplies are Lifesavers
These Easy Steps Could Save Your Life
In your car and home, you really should have a few standard items that will get you through dangerous weather and power outages.
First thing's first: Water. In your home, keep some plain bleach handy for purifying water. Use about 1/4 cup per gallon. In your car, travel with at least two bottles of water. Water can be handy to clean up messes and give dogs a drink even if there is no emergency.
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