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Trying to distinguish your subjective needs from what makes the most sense can be tricky business. On one hand, you realize there are specific things you want to do today, and you won't be satisfied until you do them. On the other hand, you may lose patience with playing games and could lose a significant opportunity for fulfillment if you're unable to compromise. Just remember, this isn't about choosing one side or the other. There's plenty of room for several shades of gray between the black and the white. Get Your Complete Cosmic Profile
By Katy Migiro and Chris Arsenault NAIROBI/ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tests on a vast aquifer found in Kenya's drought-wracked Turkana region show the water is too salty to drink, a government official said on Friday. The 2013 discovery of underground lakes the size of the U.S. state of…
In a tell-all interview, CIA economist, Jim Rickards explains five catalysts that could send the American economy into a 25-year great depression.
By Laura Schwecherl With the holidays a long distant memory and healthy habits on the forefront of our minds, many of us are trading pitchers of beer for glasses of water. Whether it’s a New Year’s resolution you're keeping to drink more H2O or you’re still fending off