How to Quit Being Negative and Get Happy

By , SparkPeople Blogger
A round-up of the most interesting and thought-provoking stories of the week.

Your Kitchen Spices Can Often Harbor Salmonella NPR's The Salt blog
About 7 percent of spices tested by the US Food and Drug Administration were found to contain salmonella. Yuck! Find out how to protect yourself.
 
Chobani Recalls Some Greek Yogurt Cups NYT via AP
Greek yogurt giant Chobani has pulled some products off store shelves due to reports of cups "swelling and bloating." If your yogurt tastes fizzy or like wine (two complaints the company received), toss it and contact the manufacturer to be safe.
UPDATE: Chobani says mold in yogurt does not carry disease (AP)
 
How I Quit Being Negative & Got Happy Mind Body Green
Forget your troubles, come on, get happy! It's possible, just like the song says. Find out how.
 
What your foot really looks like in high heels TODAY.com
From the outside, high heels make your legs look longer and leaner. But on the inside, how do they look? Take a peek at what happens when you sport those sky-high heels.
 
FYI, Flip Flops May Cause a Staggering Amount of Car Accidents SELF.com
If you're more of a flip-flop fan than a heels lover, take note: Those comfy shoes might be responsible for car accidents due to slowed reaction time.

CDC: 200,000 heart disease deaths could be prevented each year CBS News
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 200K people die unnecessarily each year from heart disease, and more than 100K of those people are younger than 65! These shocking findings bolster the advice that a healthy lifestyle can literally save your life.

Calories counted from single photograph The Telegraph
Researchers claim that by wearing a tiny camera on your clothing, you can measure your portions and calorie intake. Would you try it?
 
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STEPFANIER
The save button is at left. Report
Great article but where is the "save" or "favorite" button????
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The article about Chobani. I was aware of this from the TV news, but we have never had any of those problems and the containers we have do not apply with the numbers on the recall. Chobani has always been our favorite Greek Yogurt. Report
JoeyB56...you need to click on the blue link to the article and it comes up in a separate window.
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I loved the Mind, Body, Green piece. I used to be super positive, then all the sudden became super negative, it was a drain to be around myself so I can imagine how others must have felt. I am going to practice each item suggested and move forward to create a habit of being happy regardless. Report
I ate one of those yogurts a few weeks ago, yikes! Glad I didn't get sick, but still kind of scary to know that I ate that! Report
So where's the article???
I feel so ripped off right now and I've wasted my time.
I wanted to read How to Quit Being Negative and Get Happy by Stepfanie Romine, instead I got lots of links to stuff that just scared me and made me more negative about life Report
Oh terrific, I think I ate one of those yogurts. I haven't felt ill, hope it's okay! Report
GENERIC-FIT
It's easy to be negative when you've behaved like so the vast majority of your life! It's harder to put the good approaches in action. All I can do is try and remember Yoda: Do or do not, there is no try! Report
 
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