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Listening To Music Makes For A Better, Longer, More Enjoyable Workout

Listening to musics while you workout is beneficial for a number of reasons.  One being, if you don’t particularly like exercising, it can help pass the time.  Generally it makes the work out more pleasurable.  Using  relativity high Beats Per

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Bookstore Customers Save Store And Move It One Book At A Time In Human Chain [Video]

Local fans and customers of October Books were saddened by the news of the closing of their favourite bookstore.  They came together and raised $400,000 by crowdfunding to save the store.  The store, however, had to move premises in order

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Some Coffee Facts. Are You A Morning Only Coffee Drinker Or Maybe A Cuppa To End The Day?

Many people claim they can’t start the day with out their coffee.  Some can’t interact with others until the brew kicks in.  I thought I couldn’t do without but earlier this year I flipped to decaf and I have just

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96% Of Canadians Have this In Common. Some Other Surprising Dental Habit Statistics

Although this is somewhat preventable, 96% of Canadian adults have or have had cavities.  This subject crossed my mind last night as I noshed on a few treats waiting for more kids to Trick or Treat. Some of what I

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So Who Is Really Eating All Of The Halloween Candy?

It’s no wonder why they start selling Halloween size packs of candy as early as August/September now.  They are counting on people hoping to be organised and buy early. I am guilty as well.  Buy a box of chocolate bars

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Now That’s A Big Pumpkin…Boat

Londoner Tom Pearcy recently set a Guinness World Record by sailing in the world’s largest pumpkin boat. He carved the boat out of a 1,364-pound pumpkin. Tom received cheers as his maiden voyage began. He said; “Roman conquerors, Viking invaders,

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With The Spooky Season Upon Us Do You Believe In Ghosts? Those With Higher Household Income Believe Less

Tis the season for all things spooky.  Ghosts and goblins are everywhere.  Do you believe in ghosts?  47% of Canadians do.  The highest percentage of believers are in Ontario and Atlantic Canada.  Some fun Canadian ghostly trivia to share with

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Sinkhole Claims Car In Scary Morning For A TTC Inspector [Video]

A harrowing experience for a TTC supervisor, whose car was swallowed by a sinkhole near the Port Lands. The sinkhole was caused by a watermain break that occurred near Lake Shore Boulevard East around 5:30 this morning. TTC spokesman Brad

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Billions Of Dollars Are Spent Every Year On Bad Breath

It is estimated that  $10 Billion is spent every year by consumers to fight bad breath. For some it may just come about after eating garlic or other odorous foods.  For others there may be due to other health issues.

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Traveling Aussie Couple Strikes It Rich With P.E.I Thrift Store Purchase

Australian couple finds $18,000 in board game purchased at thrift store in PEI. A young couple set out to travel the world and set up shop in Toronto for work. Chris Lightfoot and Mandy Flack left Australia to see the

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Impulse Buys Are Worth Millions. Do You Partake Or Resist?

Think about the last time you went grocery shopping.  Did you get everything on your list?  Did you get anything not on your list?  Were you compelled to grab that last minute impulse buy?  If you said yes, you’re not

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Elephants Rival Humans When It Comes To Animals’ Math Skills

The saying goes that an elephant never forgets.  Well now you can count on elephants to complete basic math and count and make them one of the smarter animals.  Using a large touchscreen, they asked the elephants to select the

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Lavender For Relaxation? Research Says Yes

Research into the beneficial effects of lavender on mood found that the mere scent of lavender can help one relax and reduce stress.  Many studies have looked at the benefits of topical uses along with oils and creams.  Some use

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How Well Do You Know Your Neighbour?

We all have them.  How well do we know them?  Neighbours that is.  Well apparently it is 50/50.  Fifty percent of Canadians don’t know their neighbours at all.  In a survey commissioned by Tim Hortons, they wanted to know how

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People Still Want To Squeeze The Charmin And Check The Produce

In this age of online shopping and in a market segment that is heating up in the grocery world, it seems many still want to walk the aisles and handle the melons before they buy.  I love grocery shopping and

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