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Bust the “Three Hour Work Day” Myth

Find yourself working overtime and wondering why you’re still not finished your project? After all, you’ve got a whole eight hours if you’re an average office worker in America.

You may not have accomplished everything you set out to in those eight hours because, according to a 2018 survey, almost nobody is working the full eight.

In fact, it’s much more likely that less than three hours of your day are dedicated to actual, nose-to-the-grindstone, productive work. Two hours and fifty-three minutes, to be exact, is the average amount of time spent on work during the day.

Can Changing The Way You Brush Your Teeth Rid You Of Chronic Disease?

When you brush your teeth, are you spitting red?

Probably.

About 90% of the population admits to it. 

Bleeding gums, as we know, is generally a sign that your gums are inflamed. And if there’s anything we know about inflammation, it’s that it’s bad news when any body part is inflamed. It’s a symptom of infection. It means something isn’t right.

If you’re like most of the population, your understanding of what goes on in your mouth is limited. Basically, you notice when something out of the ordinary happens. But…

Purely Scientific Reasons to Love a Fur Baby

Up to 40,000 years ago, an important evolutionary shift occurred — dogs stopped being foes and began being friends. They began lurking around the outskirts of human settlements, waiting for scraps (and ear scratches.)

Perhaps 20,000 years ago, dogs started to travel with humans as companions, helping to hunt, herd, keep watch, and (presumably) snuggle.

Conversely, cats sort of… domesticated themselves (in a very feline way.) Perhaps 12,000 years ago, a specific cat species had a genetic mutation which encouraged them not to fear humans. (Plus, they’re born pest hunters.)

So if you think about it…

For tens of thousands of years, we as a race have continuously decided we’d rather live with our canine and feline pals than without them.

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