Mood rings have been popular since the 1970s and can now be found everywhere from tourist shops, dollar stores and maybe even your local supermarket. But what makes the stone in a mood ring change colour? And does the colour actually relate to your mood?

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Diamonds have long been associated with luxury, wealth and importance, and are often considered the most desired of all the gemstones. In fact, wars have been started because of diamonds, leading to the term “conflict” or “blood” diamonds.

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If a recent investment by the Ontario provincial government is any indication, consumers could soon be moving towards a more efficient and environmentally-friendly way of lighting their homes.

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In addition to being a supplement, creatine is naturally produced by the liver, kidney and pancreas and stored in our muscles. It's believed that creatine supplementation increases the amount stored in the muscles and allows for more intense workout.

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Make your Christmas tree even greener with LEDs!

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Sometimes we rub our eyes to help relax the muscles around the eyes when tired, but a connection between our eyes and our heart may have you thinking twice before doing so.

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Birds do it, bees probably don't, but almost all mammals do, including humans. That's right...we all yawn, and here are some theories as to why.

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Beyond making you look cool, wearing the right pair of shades is crucial to lifelong eye care.

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