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Socially anxious people are more likely to develop bruxism, also known as “teeth grinding”. In a recent study published in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, researchers from Tel Aviv University found...

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Cocktail parties are one of the easiest types of events to hold. The main goal is to gather guests and allow them to connect over a drinks and meals. This does not mean you can simply set it up and expect...

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Kids should be given every right to play and have fun. In fact, it is supposed to be their main job at that time in their lives. Childhood only comes once. While kids are young, they deserve the opportunity...

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Ski resorts offer more than just skiing. You can slide down a mountain slope, riding only one long board. Know what that’s called? Snowboarding. When skiing is not your thing, or you want to try something...

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More often than not, travelling has been viewed rather negatively with the hefty price tag associated with it. While that may be true in some respects, it’s high time that we take a closer look at the...

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Organising a school fair is more than just getting every student to participate. The event requires a great deal of planning, patience and the collaboration of creative minds. You need ideas that will...

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One of the best ways to make your party memorable is to impress guests with a unique setting and cool gimmick. The use of a glow-in-the-dark theme can completely transform a simple event into a one-of-a-kind...

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Wellington is one of those places anyone would love to see and visit. With its scenic views and vibrant culture, it is no wonder why travellers from all places hail New Zealand’s capital city as one...

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You’re itching for some extreme adventure and water is your thing. Why not check out Colorado and its many rivers for a thrilling whitewater rafting experience? May to September is the state’s whitewater...

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There are two cerebral hemispheres that separate the human brain physically. These hemispheres work together in cognitive functioning. For example, the right side interprets language, while the left side...