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You Never Know Your Weakness and Grow From It Until You Failed

Winning feels good, it gives us motivation, and sense of accomplishment. It is easy feel heavenly about the success. But strength comes from failing and the overcoming of hardships. Keep pressing on and do not surrender, that will become your strength. The post You Never Know Your Weakness and Grow From It Until You Failed appeared first on Lifehack. … Read the referenced story here… You Never Know Your Weakness and Grow From It Until You Failed

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What We Learn From History To Overcome The Toughest Of Challenges

One of the most raw and intensely emotional documentary which showcases human perseverance, and the ability of one to overcome overwhelming atrocities. Prisoner Number A26188: Henia Bryer is a film that provides great insight of how, even at the edge, one’s spirit overcomes all challenges. It’s truly a monument of a movie that should be preserved for future generations to enjoy and learn from. This movie takes you down the rabbit hole and makes you feel truly indulged. This movie is perfect for people who want to be motivated as…

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Could Probiotics Protect Kids From A Downside Of Antibiotics?

Enlarge this image Michele Comisky of Vienna, Va., enrolled her 8-year-old son Jackson in a study to test the value of probiotics in preventing the gut distress often experienced when taking antibiotics. Rob Stein/NPR hide caption toggle caption Rob Stein/NPR It’s a typical hectic morning at Michele Comisky’s house in Vienna, Va., when she gets a knock on her front door. “Hi, how are you?” Comisky says as she greets Keisha Herbin Smith, a research assistant at Georgetown University. “Come on in.” Comisky, 39, leads Herbin Smith into her kitchen….

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Quick Sausage, Kale, and Crouton Sauté from Smitten Kitchen Every Day

The beauty of Deb Perelman — herself, her blog, and her books — is her sense of humor, humility and grace. She understands that cooking for a family is different than cooking for your own personal creative expression, or for a group of cherished friends. When food meets the dinner deadlines of young children, life gets pretty intense. No one is more hardcore than a hungry toddler an hour shy of bedtime. In her new book, Smitten Kitchen Every Day, Deb addresses the reality of feeding a family — and…

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[Report] Late Pleistocene archaic human crania from Xuchang, China

Two early Late Pleistocene (~105,000- to 125,000-year-old) crania from Lingjing, Xuchang, China, exhibit a morphological mosaic with differences from and similarities to their western contemporaries. They share pan–Old World trends in encephalization and in supraorbital, neurocranial vault, and nuchal gracilization. They reflect eastern Eurasian ancestry in having low, sagittally flat, and inferiorly broad neurocrania. They share occipital (suprainiac and nuchal torus) and temporal labyrinthine (semicircular canal) morphology with the Neandertals. This morphological combination reflects Pleistocene human evolutionary patterns in general biology, as well as both regional continuity and interregional population…

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