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Gotta love Draymond Green of the Golden State Warrior. As a rookie, he sat on the bench a lot, which mean he was a cheerleader. He plays the game like a kid, with tenacious defense, as a professional. His emotional playing style works well in the playoffs and the coach is giving him a lot more minutes and he relishes it. Love this underdog doing good. Go Dubs.
Bernie Sanders made folks like me eat a stack of humble pie on Tuesday night. He won the Michigan primary over Hillary Clinton, 50 percent to 48 percent, when not a single poll taken over the last …
(dailyRx) Ready for some good news about teenagers and smoking and drinking? Kids in the U.S. are doing less of both than their peers across the pond. A report from the University of Michigan has found some big differences between the substance use habits of American teens compared to those in 36 European countries. American teens smoke and drink a lot less, but they use other illegal drugs much more.
1. Make Bad Dietary Choices Over the years, there's been a lot of debate related to diet and longevity. But most experts agree that a diet low in sugar and refined carbohydrates is best. And some studies show that eating a traditional Mediterranean diet can add years to your life.
Superfood Spotlight: Maca! People are going crazy over maca. The hot new superfood on the block maca hasbeen touted as hormone balancing energizing and stress relieving. But what actually is Maca and why should you eat it? What is Maca? Maca is a cruciferous vegetable in the mustard family related to radishes and turnips. Its native to the Andes Mountains of Peru. Though youre likely to only spot the beige-colored kind in stores there are actually 13 colorsranging from white to…
Higher ed wakes up and smells the beer, but new brewing program is no joke "What WMU and KVCC are doing is no small feat. The joint university and community college curriculum will be the first of its kind to teach not only the science and practice of brewing, but focus a lot of attention on brewings' environmental impact, while also preparing students for non brewing jobs within the industry."