Twelve Ways Eye Movements Give You Away, and other Weekend Reads

by Helen Lamanna, AdvisorAnalyst.com

Here are this week's reading diversions for your personal enlightenment. Have an excellent weekend!

10 Little Habits that Steal Your Happiness

You ultimately become what you repeatedly do. If your habits aren’t helping you, they’re hurting you. Here are a few examples of the latter that will steal your happiness if you let them:


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Fatty Liver Disease: What You Need to Know (3/4) | Reader's Digest

Thought fatty liver disease was only a concern for heavy drinkers? Think again. Here’s what you need to know about this frequently misunderstood health condition.

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One Daily Gratitude Ritual that Will Change the Way You Think

The secret to being grateful is no secret. You choose to be grateful. Then you do it again and again. If you forget, begin again.

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Is Laughter the Best Medicine? | Innovators

We all want to believe that laughter is good for what ails us, but the science backing that up is thin. Most studies have been small and have relied on self-reported assessments.

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7 Health Benefits of Laughter | Wellness | Gaiam Life

People who lower their blood pressure, even those who start at normal levels, will reduce their risk of strokes and heart attacks. So grab the Sunday paper, flip to the funny pages and enjoy your laughter medicine.

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18 Reasons Why Laughter is the Best Medicine ~ via Beth Lapides. | elephant journal

Laughing reduces the rate of cellular decay, slowing down the rate of aging.

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Why Long Naps Could Lead to Heart Problems and Diabetes | Men’s Health

Before you settle in for your next nap, read this

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Anti-Alzheimer's Diet, Memory-Boosting Diet | HealthyWomen

Foods aren't just fuel for your body. True, they provide the energy you need, yet some have benefits that go well beyond simple nourishment.

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10 Proven Benefits of Green Tea

Not only can green tea improve brain function in the short term, it may also protect your brain in old age.

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Financial Strategies for Divorcing A Narcissist - Forbes

Has a sense of entitlement, i.e., unreasonable expectations of especially favorable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations.

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12 Ways Eye Movements Give Away Your Secrets | Psychology Today

Alterations in eye movements are an early indicator of Alzheimer's.

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