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If you’re used to the hours of sedentary, stressful working conditions that come with your office job, you may want to know that this kind of working environment is killing you a lot faster than you think. Aside from the stress that comes from tight deadlines, plenty of things you do every day in the workplace are slowly chipping away at you.

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The human body and its brain are pretty incredible. They’re also fragile and dumb. Realizing this can make your life miserable, or you can look at it as an opportunity and take control. Learn a few built-in superpowers you may not have known you had. All they take is a little practice.

Via Lifehacker

As a general rule, you’ll want to avoid carrying your phone anywhere on your body. Keep in mind that the most dangerous place to be, in terms of radiation exposure, is within about six inches of the emitting antenna. You do not want any part of your body within that proximity.

Via Mercola.com

Never let yourself forget how much we still don’t know about our brains and bodies. Specifically, the relationship between the two. Not only can a placebo fool the body into thinking sugar is a pain reliever, but the brain can fool the body into thinking it’s sick, complete with physical symptoms.

Charging your cell phone may soon require only two items: a simple piece of fabric and your body.

Full story at The Huffington Post

The way our bodies work is a bit of a mystery, and our desire to unlock its secrets has led to a vast amount of misinformation. Many of these false notions are more widely believed than the truth.

Via Lifehacker

Alcohol, like caffeine, has an enormous reputation but loose understanding in popular culture. Learn how it’s absorbed and how fast, why it’s essential to reality TV altercations, its paradoxical sexual effects, and its life-lengthening potential, whether red wine or Bud Light.

Full story at Lifehacker

Preeti Bhatia

Interesting Fact Of The Day

Lightning may contribute to the onset of headaches and migraines, a new study says.

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