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Studying at every available opportunity can lead to information overload. We suggest that you set yourself a program and stick to it as much as possible. Studying for 20 minutes at a time, followed by a 'reflection period' on what you have learned and then a 10 minute break - is ideal for optimum learning

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Antisocial behavior are rebellious acts that are distinguished by noticeable and unnoticeable hostility and aggression for others. This behavior can be noticeable like hitting, bullying, abusing or unnoticeable behavior like cheating, overlooking others etc

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Have you ever wondered why have you reacted the way you did to a particular situation? You could have reacted in a better way but you could not? All your emotions where taking you in control? I know, you could not help!! That’s all because of a small part in the brain called Amygdala. Now what is this? Read on to find out.

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Weight gain in PCOS is mainly in and around your waist area (it is called as central obesity) and is the toughest weight to loose, it is also called as visceral fat because it mainly accumulates around our organs like liver, heart and reproductive organ making it difficult to conceive hence it is very important to know the right kind of workout and also to find what works for you.

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For many people exercise is the way to lose those extra pounds. But exercise is not just about losing weight. Regular exercise can help cut your risk of more than 20 illnesses, including cancer and heart disease, in addition to providing you with a host of other benefits. Here’s what exercise can do to keep your body healthy and alive.