Secrets of a Successful Marriage

Becky Holman

Secrets of a Successful Marriage

According to the Web site MarieClaire.co.uk, successful marriages exhibit a number of factors or traits—hints that
the union will last. For example, four kisses a day and sex three times a week. Research of more than 3,000 married adults, conducted by confetti.co.uk, found that happily married couples most likely met through friends, share two hobbies, and say “I love you” to each other at least once a day.

Arginine, Growth Hormone and NO Supplements

Jerry Brainum

Arginine, Growth Hormone and NO Supplements

Arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid. It’s one of three amino acids (the others being methionine and glycine) that are the precursors, or starting substances, of creatine synthesis in the body. Arginine also plays a pivotal role in the urea cycle, which involves the elimination of protein metabolic by-products—toxic protein by-product ammonia converts into harmless urea in the liver, enabling the kidneys to excrete it.

Every Dark Cloud: The Silver Lining That Leads to Muscle

Ron Harris

Every Dark Cloud: 
The Silver Lining That Leads to Muscle

In any area of life, the deadly trap of our own negative thoughts is always our most formidable obstacle. Countless self-help gurus, from Napoleon Hill to Anthony Robbins, have emphasized that the most important ingredient in achieving your goals is the powerful belief that you can.

 

Human nature being what it is, however, the vast majority of us instead make excuses for why we can’t fulfill our dreams. Rather than take responsibility for our own destiny, we choose to blame everything from fate to other people for keeping us down.

Multitasking = Multimistakes?

Becky Holman

Multitasking = Multimistakes?

You’ve heard the buzzword multitasking. It means doing more than one thing at once, and, according to an article in the January ’08 Reader’s Digest, it means doing one of those things poorly.

According to Edward W. Hallowell, M.D., author of CrazyBusy, “Human beings can handle two simple, low-level cognitive tasks at once, like filing and listening to the radio.” Tasks that require a bit more brain power, however, need focus. Adding even a simple activity to a higher-level task diminishes comprehension.

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