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Should you spring for a stint in the post-marathon massage tent? Get a regular rubdown to help your recovery as you train? Research shows that sports massage doesn't always do what you think it does—but it may still help you recover from a tough workout.Read more...

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When you find the right bra , it can make a huge difference in both how your clothes fit and how you feel in them. Certain types of bras, however, work better with certain tops. Here are the best bras for different types of clothing.Read more...

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Ever seen a false or misleading story shared on your Facebook news feed? Well, now you can you can help make it easier for others to know it's a scam—and avoid spreading misinformation online yourself.Read more...

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Callouses on your hands from the gym are both blessing and a curse. On one side, they're a sign that you've been lifting regularly. On the other, they'll ruin the smoothest of hands and might be difficult to get rid of. Here's a novel trick to prevent them.Read more...

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Snow days can be nightmares for working parents. Some areas tend to need very little snow to cause a school closing, while in other areas schools don't blink if there's two feet of snow.Read more...

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We all whine—some of us more than others. But unless you're always walking around with a glass completely full, you probably turn to whining more often than you think. It's possible to curb that behavior, though, and the more you do, the happier you'll be.Read more...

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External battery packs are fine and dandy, but nothing beats a battery case for convenience and portability on long days where your phone might need a little bit of extra juice. Typically, they'll set you back $60 or more, but this one is only $30 today with code BH9VVFFN.Read more...

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Uber. Lyft. Sidecar. Curb. And the good old taxi. It's getting increasingly more convenient to get around these days, but fares can vary widely depending on your pickup and dropoff locations. RideGuru shows you your cheapest options.Read more...

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The internet is full of sweet apps, but it's also packed with shady software. Before you install something awful, give yourself an infosec education. Here are the best tools to protect yourself out there when you're experimenting with new programs.Read more...

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"Ugh. I'm so overworked." It's such a common mantra that it cold almost become a motto for some of us. However, complaining about how much you work rarely does anything but hide your problems or make you feel worse. So stop.Read more...

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Mac: Today, Lastpass launched a new Mac app for their password manager. On top of the same features you'd find in the browser extensions, you also get a new quick search to quickly find logins and some keyboard shortcuts to work with. Read more...

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Gizmodo The 25 Most Popular Passwords of 2014: We're All Doomed | Jalopnik Congress Is Almost Certainly Too Cowardly To Save Our Highways | Jezebel Cool Pope to Catholics: Oh My God, Please Stop Having So Many Kids | Kotaku Shaolin Monk "Runs on Water" for Almost 400 Feet Read more...

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There's a horde of fitness-centric wearables out there competing for real estate on your wrist, but few track as many aspects of your life as the Withings Pulse O2, and you can own one for just $80 today.Read more...

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Designers have a tough job, conveying ideas without words. While there are loads of elements that come together to make great images work, designer Zeven Design has created an excellent and thorough guide to one of the most essential pieces: lines.Read more...

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Learning some basic personal finance concepts at an early age can help kids make better financial decisions as they get older. But how do you teach these concepts, as a parent?Read more...

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Prioritizing your to-dos when everything is important is no easy task, but the Eisenhower Decision Matrix is a great way to do it. Chris S Penn took that idea and blew it up into a simple grid he has on the wall behind him while he works, laid out with sticky notes for his to-dos and masking tape to keep everything in place. Here's how it works.Read more...

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Android/iOS: Alongways, the service that finds interesting and useful places to stop along your road trip route , just took the wraps off of new mobile apps for iOS and Android that will guide you to interesting sights, places to eat, historic landmarks, and more while you're already on the road—perfect if you'd like a little adventure. Read more...

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In our modern world, our work means something more to us than it did to our ancestors. It's not just about survival or necessity anymore, but also about finding a career with meaning that brings satisfaction to our lives. It's not always easy to find fulfillment in a career, but here are some nudges in the right direction.Read more...

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A photographer's bag needs to hit that sweet spot of being lightweight while still holding everything needed for a day of shooting. Reader Long Nguyen shares his bag, which includes everything he needs without any filler.Read more...

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Clear soups are tasty, but if you want a thicker, heartier soup, you don't have to add cornstarch or flour, you can blend part of the soup to thicken the rest of it. An immersion blender works best. If you don't have one, you can also use a potato masher or standing blender.Read more...

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People like to believe they're getting what they pay for, whether it's accurate or not. The next time you make your way to a buffet, know how the pricing might alter your perception of the entire meal.Read more...

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When you're travelling or out running errands, sometimes you suddenly realize you have to take care of business. The Flush Toilet Finder app on iOS and Android makes it easier to find free public restrooms, and shows you how to get to them.Read more...

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Gawker Scientists Advocate War on Pizza | Gizmodo Will the New Fleshlight Accessory Burn My Penis Off? | Jezebel 'They Were Truly Gone': Solving the Mysteries of the Dozier School | Kotaku Fan-Made Silent Hill Game Is Nearly As Creepy As The Original | Kinja Popular Posts Read more...

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Benjamin Franklin once said there are three certainties in life: death, taxes, and too much fitness information. Ok, he didn't say that last one, but it's still true. Fitness is overwhelming. We compensate by making mindless decisions that actually leave us vulnerable. Let's look at three ways we can prevent ourselves from falling victim to our own psychology and marketers.Read more...

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