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Happiness is the feeling of contentment and satisfaction that craved by many but only achieved by some. Happiness is relative and subjective but for many successful individuals the presence of a great family life in a flourishing career is often not enough. On some occasions, compels individual from feeling a sense of loneliness, often sadness and melancholy. In order to understand how to be happy, we need to look at the ways we react to everything around us. Behavioral scientists have made lots of studying to find the secret of happiness. 

Here are psychological five reasons why people have a harder time finding happiness. 
1)Being Overly Ambitious People feel not satisfied with what they already have.  Their complex mind gives them the ability to see something bigger and better a purpose.  These people fail to enjoy mundane things in everyday life because their minds crave something stimulating and fantastically idealistic that cannot be found in the real world. This is often manifes…


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Food poisoning can be unpredictable; but there are easy food safety steps you can take to ensure that you and your family's tummy are safe. Consumption of unhealthy food contaminated with pathogenic bacteria, viruses, or parasites and foods containing chemical or natural toxins like poisonous mushrooms can result to food borne diseases.
 In the United States, on an average 76 million cases of food poisoning and 5,000 associated deaths occurs each year. People with otherwise weakened immune systems like the elderly, the children and pregnant women are tend to be most vulnerable. 9 FOOD SAFETY MEASURES TO PREVENT FOOD POISONINGHere are 9 preventive measures that will help you fight food borne illnesses and stop food poisoning.
1.FOOD SAFETY WHEN SHOPPING Start shopping wisely. You must keep in mind few things while shopping your daily food items. Start following food safety measures at the grocery store. vBuy the frozen and refrigerated products last; this will keep the perishable produ…

9 Simple Tips To Increase Height Naturally At Home

Are you desperate to increase your height and look taller? Do not worry; today you can learn to grow taller. We all are aware of the fact that your height increases up to a particular age and then it comes to a halt. Generally, the height increases till the age of 24 in men and up to the age of18 in women. However, if you think that you cannot grow tall after 25 years of age –it is not completely true. It is difficult to increase height after the age of 25, but you can still increase your height naturally by improving your posture, proper diet and performing some height increasing exercise. Surgeries and growth hormones supplements that promise high growth in adults are potentially dangerous and harmful for the body. However, with these height-increasing tips it is possible to add a few inches to make you appear taller.

Well having said all this, let me make it clear that height is not as important as person’s attitude or character. Appearance in general is a little overrated. People m…

Cigarette Smoking Causes Tuberculosis In Young And Adults

Smoking and TuberculosisTobacco smoking is injurious to health! Almost every one of us is familiar with important disclaimer and understands it is critical massage about your health. However, in order to satiate the never-ending bad habit most of the people tend to ignore this important life saving signal. Both, active and passive smoking is leading to causes of preventable death globally. Prolonged smoking can put out you at risk of tuberculosis (TB). This so called high status activity and as wrongly advertised marketing gimmick, severely hit young and adults of both genders. There is nothing called as ‘healthy smoking’. Electronic cigarettes loaded with vaporized chemical substances also increase the risk of cancer. They cause a serious lung condition called ‘pop corn lung’. Effect Of Tobacco Smoking On Lungs Prolong smoking impairs total immunity of the lung system. ·When the tobacco smoke enters the lungs, it causes the release of free radicals (cell damaging agents) in the bloodstr…