10 Fabulous Wood On Wall Designs

10 Fabulous Wood On Wall Designs

The wood in the interior in any room creates a feeling of closeness to nature, peace and comfort. We bring you ten fantastic ideas how to use wood for decorating your home. Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image preview credit: pinterest Share This:

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What’s the Optimal Cholesterol Level?

What’s the Optimal Cholesterol Level?

No matter where we live, how old we are or what we look like, health researchers from the Institute of Circulatory and Respiratory Health have discovered that 90% of the chance of having a first heart attack “can be attributed to nine modifiable risk factors.” The nine factors that could save our lives include: smoking, too much bad cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, abdominal obesity, […]

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Water Tables With Animals ’Bathing’ Inside Of Them

Water Tables With Animals ’Bathing’ Inside Of Them

Do you think that the people who design furniture can no longer surprise you? Wait until you see these coffee tables. The guy who made them, Derek Pearce, has his own unique vision for designing furniture. All of his coffee tables create the impression that there are animals ’bathing’ in the glass right by your feet. He calls them ’water tables’ – and they’re amazing! © derekpearce.com © derekpearce.com © derekpearce.com […]

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January 1 | Facts

January 1 | Facts

1863 Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. 1908 The ball signifying the New Year was dropped for the first time at Times Square in New York City. 1914 The world’s first airline, St. Petersburg Tampa Airboat Line, starts operation in St. Petersburg, Florida. 1959 Fidel Castro and his revolutionaries took over Cuba and toppled Fulgencio Batista’s regime. 1975 John Mitchell, H. R. Haldeman, and John […]

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December 31 | Facts

December 31 | Facts

1744 English astronomer James Bradley announces discovery of Earth’s nutation motion (wobble) 1879 Thomas Edison gave the first public demonstration of an electric incandescent lamp. 1924 Hubble announces existence of distant galaxies. 1938 The first breath test for drivers, “drunkometer,” was introduced in Indianapolis. 1946 President Truman officially proclaimed the end of hostilities in World War II. 1961 The Marshall Plan expired after distributing more […]

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December 30 | Facts

December 30 | Facts

1853 The United States bought some 45,000 sq mi of land from Mexico in the Gadsden Purchase. 1911 Sun Yat-sen was elected the first president of the Republic of China. 1922 The Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics was established through the confederation of Russia, Byelorussia, Ukraine, and Transcaucasian Federation. 1940 California’s first freeway opened. 1972 President Nixon halted the heavy bombing on North Vietnam. […]

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Top 10 Plant-Based Research and News Stories of 2016

Top 10 Plant-Based Research and News Stories of 2016

Thomas M. Campbell, MD is medical director of the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, co-author of The China Study and author of The China Study Solution. He is co-founder and clinical director of the groundbreaking UR Program for Nutrition in Medicine. The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies is a nonprofit organization based in Ithaca, NY home of Cornell University. The Center […]

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December 29 | Facts

December 29 | Facts

1170 Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, was murdered by four knights acting under the orders of Henry II. 1845 Texas became the 28th state in the United States. 1851 The first Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) opened in Boston. 1890 The last major battle of the Indian Wars, at Wounded Knee Creek, took place with hundreds of Indian men, women, and children massacred. 1937 The […]

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Carrie Fisher’s Heart Attack Is a Warning for Women

Carrie Fisher’s Heart Attack Is a Warning for Women

Carrie Fisher, famous for playing Princess Leia in the Star Wars movies, died today after suffering a heart attack last week. In the coming days—as fans celebrate her life and mourn her untimely death—I hope that her heart attack will help create an urgently needed conversation about women’s heart health. During the holiday season, everybody is at increased risk for a heart attack. But year-round, […]

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December 28 | Facts

December 28 | Facts

1065 Westminster Abbey consecrated. 1832 John C. Calhoun became the first vice president in U.S. history to resign from office. 1846 Iowa became the 29th state in the United States. 1869 William F. Semple patented chewing gum. 1895 The Lumiere Brothers gave the first commercial movie show at the Grand Cafe in Paris. 1937 Composer Maurice Ravel died in Paris at age 62. 1945 Congress […]

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