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If you suffer from bad breath, consider the benefits provided by eating an apple. Apples have a lot of fiber, and chewing them raises the production of saliva in your mouth. Together, this combination serves as a way to perform a scrubbing rinse for your mouth and make your breath smell sweet again.

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Verb: Decussate  (DEK-uh-sayt) Definition: To intersect or cross. Sample sentence: The illustration on page 34 of the textbook shows how the optic nerves decussate.

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There’s a myth that says that whatever food you eat before bedtime will turn into body fat. This is actually not necessarily so. As long as the calories from these late night snacks don’t put you over your total daily calorie intake level, you won’t have to worry about piling on the weight whenever you […]

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Verb: Usurp  (yoo-SERP) Definition: To seize and hold by force or without right. Sample sentence:  In her first managerial position, Hannah was hesitant to delegate critical tasks for fear that a subordinate might usurp her position.

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Research has found that checking your e-mail before you go to bed can impact how well you sleep that night. The light from your computer monitor right before bed can totally reboot your wake/sleep cycle and make it harder for you to get the good night’s sleep your body needs.

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Verb: Caterwaul  (KAT-er-wawl) Definition: 1. To make a harsh cry. 2. To protest or complain noisily. Sample sentence: The toddler will caterwaul for at least five minutes when she is put in her bed for a nap.

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Noun: Muliebrity  (myoo-lee-EB-ruh-tee) Definition: Feminitity Sample sentence: She is a motherly figure,  but motherly in a way that allows too for muliebrity.

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Brushing your teeth isn’t just vital for good dental hygiene. It can also help you stay heart smart. A study performed by the British Medical Journal found that if you forget to brush your teeth twice a day, you can raise your risk of heart disease by 70%. So be sure to keep your pearly […]

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Adjective: Sesquipedalian  (sess-kwuh-puh-DAIL-yun) Definition: 1. Having many syllables: long. 2. Using long words. Sample sentence: Jacob’s editor advised him to do away with much of the sesquipedalian prose he favored and opt for simpler words that would reach readers of all ages and backgrounds.

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Snoring is very common and harmless for almost all of us. But, for some people it might be a symptom of a sleep disorder. If you snore loudly with long pauses between snores, you might be suffering from sleep apnea. If this describes your snoring, you should see your doctor.

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