Struggling to blog? Here are 61 (+9) health and wellness topics (when you only have 60 minutes)

Let’s say you need a post in an hour. Your audience and subscribers rely on your regular display of expertise and valuable health content. But time is up and you need something fast. You’re drawing a blank on what health and wellness topics to tackle. Or maybe you’re overthinking them. Now you’re stuck. What should you do? Should you skip this week? Send it out late? Throw something together quickly? Buy a post you can instantly upload? HINT: Don’t skip. Commit to a schedule and stick with it. Even if it’s…

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Here’s why you should choose SIP over lump sum when investing in ELSS

Archit Gupta ELSS funds are an efficient instrument to save tax and build wealth at the same time. ELSS is an equity mutual fund which allocates most of your invested capital in stocks of companies across industries and sizes. These funds come with a lock-in period of three years. It means you cannot redeem your fund units for three years from the date of allotment. It is one of the investment avenues available under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act which qualifies for availing a tax exemption of up…

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Jenna Dewan Tatum Gets Real About Marriage: ‘When People Say You Guys Have Such a Perfect Life, I Want to Scream’

Find out how this wonder woman maintains her sizzling career, hot marriage, and killer body. Jenna Dewan Tatum has a life that is seriously enviable. Think about it: The 37-year-old has an impressive career as a dancer, actress, and host. Then there’s her adorable family, made up of sexy husband Channing Tatum and 4-year-old daughter Everly. On top of all that, Jenna is committed to staying healthy and fit. So, how the heck did she score it all? Simply put, she has worked her ass off for it. Jeff Lipsky Jenna’s…

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This is why your cycle gets messed up when you travel

If your period has ever come super early or not at all while traveling, you’re not imagining things. Whether you’re crossing several time zones or waking up at the crack of dawn to catch the first flight of the morning, heads up: Any kind of travel can affect the two primary hormones—melatonin and cortisol—that control your cycle. “Even subtle changes to your daily pattern — waking up early one day and then sleeping late the next — can have a small effect on your melatonin levels,” Dr. Anita Mitra, an NHS gynaecologist, told…

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Marathon training: The what, when and how much you must eat to prepare for a race

Running a marathon is no small feat. Training for one is a process that requires time, dedication and proper nutrition. What you eat, in fact, plays the most important role in training for a race. Add to it when you eat — whether before or after the race. If you get it all right, breasting the tape on the finish line, in good time, would be one of your life’s most memorable feats. Simply put, watch out for what you eat in order to power through a long run. You…

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When man meets metal: rise of the transhumans

Earlier this year I went to an event in Austin, Texas, billed as a sneak preview of the evolution of our species. The #Bdyhax Conference, which took place in a downtown exhibition complex, promised a front-row insight into the coming “singularity” – that nirvana foretold by science fiction in which biology and technology would fuse and revolutionise human capability and experience. The headline acts of the conference were mostly bodyhackers – DIY experimenters who, in their basements and garages, seek to enhance their own flesh and blood with biometric implants and…

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