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Why Getting Laid Off In My 20s Was Actually A Blessing In Disguise

I’ve spentmore than5,000 hours of my life commuting. No one told me it’s pretty much impossible to find a jobon Long Island with a degree in English, but I found out relatively quickly the only way to do what I intended with my degree (while actually earning money) was to workin illustrious New York, New York. So into the city …

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Can anger rooms be used to relieve stress?

(CNN)Let’s be honest with ourselves: It sometimes feels good to be bad. We’ve all experienced those moments of stress or anger when you’re so mad that you just want to break something. But can acting on those impulses help relieve the stress and tension we feel in those moments? Well, instead of destroying — and repairing or replacing — stuff …

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Muscle Memory: Why Its Not Your Fault You Cant Forget About Your Ex

We all first learned about the amazing gift of muscle memory when we learned to walk, run or even ride our bikes. Once our muscles got used to the motion, they remembered for us. This way, we didn’t have to learn it all over again each time. It’s really incredible when you think about it:We rely on muscle memory when …

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Angela Lee: The world’s youngest MMA champion

Bangkok, Thailand (CNN)When 20-year-old undefeated female professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Angela Lee walks into the room it’s a slightly strange moment. With a white frangipani flower behind her ear and her highlighted hair bouncing around her shoulders, the smiling 5 foot 4 inch Lee cuts a friendly figure. Is this the same woman who appeared on pay-per-view TV …

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7 of the best on-demand workout programs to do at home

Finding the time (and the money) to get to the gym can feel like an impossible feat. But those barriers are slowly being broken down, thanks to the rise of on-demand workout programs, which bring celebrity-grade, instructor-led workouts to your phone, laptop or smart TV so you can exercise whenever you want, wherever you are. 5 MILITARY-INSPIRED MOVES FOR A …

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The Joy of Six: athletes who crossed over into combat sports

From a college basketball player turned sumo star to an ageless brawler, we present half a dozen athletes who decided to get a little more physical 1) Brock Lesnar, college wrestling to MMA Can you imagine if they hadnt taken a chunk out of his colon? If Mixed Martial Arts has a modern Bo Jackson, it might very well be …

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The fight game reloaded: how MMA conquered the world | Andy Bull

On the eve of UFC 196, Andy Bull goes inside the world of mixed martial arts to report on how a journey from reviled human cockfighting to mainstream acceptance has transformed it into a hugely profitable industry, and whether concerns over safety and the legitimacy of its visceral violence are justified Late last Saturday night, two fights. The first a …

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10 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because You Have An Invisible Illness

Often, the hardest part of having an invisible illness is not the chronic pain or the constant discomfort or any of the other symptoms it’s the fact that other people cannot really see or understand what you’re going through. Although the disability causes endless problems and challenges for the person experiencing it, the reality is that unless they are specifically …

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Scarlett Johansson, charismatic queen of science fiction

With her role as a cyborg in Ghost in the Shell, the actress has sealed her position as our favourite space invader Hollywood quickly made room on its red carpets for the young Scarlett Johansson in 2003, when she first created a stir in Sofia Coppolas film, Lost in Translation. It seemed clear that this blonde bombshell from New York, …

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Fatphobia is real. Here’s how it affected one woman.

Last August, I did a family photo shoot with a professional photographer at our beach house in Connecticut. The beach one of those quiet, private spots where you can actually hear yourself think was on the Long Island Sound, and the water was calm. My nephews ran around like maniacs the entire time, laughing and having fun. By all accounts, …

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