Learn to unplug when you need to

Learn to unplug when you need to Rashi Menda, CEO, Zapyle, talks about managing her work-life balance. Managing work-life balance One shouldn’t worry too much about being a perfectionist because it makes you too involved with just one thing and ignore other things completely. Secondly, learn to unplug when you need to because rejuvenation gives you time to regroup and come back with fresh ideas. Being a fit woman To me, being fit and healthy is important not just to look good, but also to be productive. I do strength…

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Who Got Left Behind When “Body Positivity” Went Mainstream?

My first introduction to body positivity was online through a LiveJournal community called “Fatshionista.” There, we talked about fashion DIY, shared pictures of our favorite outfits, and gave the scoop on the actually trendy pieces popping up in plus-size departments (because lord knows they were hard to find). Beyond that, I was also introduced to radical body politics and intersectional feminism, and found solidarity with other fashion-minded people who existed beyond the “straight-size” world. As a college student who grew up in image-conscious Los Angeles, this was completely revolutionary for…

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When complications arise, some hospitals get paid a lot more

Medicare pays some U.S. hospitals two to three times more than others to care for older adults who experience complications after major surgery, a new analysis finds. Those higher payments aren’t always associated with better clinical care, the study authors said. The findings suggest that some hospitals deal with surgical complications, such as serious bleeding, infection and kidney failure, more efficiently than others, the authors noted. “If we had found that they’re spending more money, but they’re actually saving people’s lives, it’s worth it, right?” said Dr. Hari Nathan, the…

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NASA’s Hubble Telescope Captures Shocking Moment When a Sun-like Star Explodes

The picture, posted Friday, shows the “last hurrah” of the white dwarf star. When dying, it casts off its outer layers of gas forming a cocoon around the remaining core. Glowing is caused by ultraviolet light. The white dot in the center is a burned-out star which is one of the hottest white dwarves in our galaxy with a surface temperature of over 360,000 degrees Fahrenheit. These stellar relics, called planetary nebulae, litter the Milky Way Galaxy. The white dwarf is located at the center of NGC 2440 planetary nebula which lies about 4,000 light-years from Earth in the direction of the constellation Puppis, according to NASA….

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EPIC WWE FLASHBACK: When Chris Jericho took off Rey Mysterio’s mask to reveal his identity!

New Delhi: Sometimes in sporting events, several celebrities from the entertainment world try to hide their identity by wearing a mask. But some people just do it to look different from other superstars. Whenever there is a mention of a superstar wearing a mask, one of the names which immediately comes to mind is of Rey Mysterio. Mysterio was a part of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) from July 2002 until February 2015. He was known for his high-flying abilites in the ring. Although he was just 5ft 6inches tall, not…

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