Chemicals Aren't Why You're Fat, But They're Making You Fatter

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Chemicals Aren't Why You're Fat, But They're Making You Fatter

A chemical that can be found almost everywhere causes stem cells to become fat cells. It won't make you fat on your own, but it makes your crappy diet a lot worse for you. How can you avoid it?

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Street Art Reminds Us What True Beauty Is: Photoshop

A German street artist does some culture jamming on ads to show that beauty isn't just skin deep, it's also made on computers.

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The Rise Of The Micro-Entrepreneurship Economy

Are you making money renting your apartment on Airbnb? You're a Micro-Entrepreneur. As more and more services let people monetize their own assets and knowledge, it's creating a new sector of the economy.

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7 Universal Truths for Ensuring Brand Relevance

The age of big corporations doing whatever they want is over. Now companies must find ways to give back, and to do it in ways that consumers find authentic. How can a company get there? Follow these rules.

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3 Old-School Organizations For Good That Have Mastered Social Media

You hear a lot about hot new social strategies, but some of the oldest social good organizations in the country are making big strides to be at the vanguard of interacting with their constituents online--to very good effect.

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