Thursday, August 11, 2016

Leave it to us humans to feel conscious about the picture we present to our neighbors. Cats have none of these worries. Nature made them perfect, and they know it!
We at Happy & Smartlife never cease to be amazed by these fluffy creatures that have no problems with being themselves. Today, we’re happy to present you with 17 amazing observations that prove beyond a doubt that cats have every reason to feel special!

Sunday, July 17, 2016

A tattoo artist in a seersucker suit, bow tie, and alligator shoes in New Orleans has been gaining the attention of women and surgeons not for his clothes but for his unique 3D tattoos. Vinnie Myers, a Maryland native, moved to New Orleans to help women renew their sense of femininity and empowerment post-mastectomy. Myers and Dr. Scott Sullivan at the Center for Restorative Breast Surgery in New Orleans have teamed up to help women recover from breast reconstructive surgery by designing 3D nipple tattoos, or “nats,” which give the appearance of a “real nipple.”

Monday, July 4, 2016

Monday, June 27, 2016

Monday, June 20, 2016

There's a global divide on the age-old question as to whether eggs should be stored in the fridge or kept at room temperature: Americans generally tend to store their eggs in the refrigerator to increase shelf life and to prevent bacterial contamination. On the other hand, overseas, the British are the least likely people in Europe to store their eggs in the fridge, the Daily Mail reports. The disparity between the way in which Americans and the British store their eggs may be attributed to several factors, such as different marketing regulations from each country. To crack the egg age-old debate, the Daily Mail commissioned a scientific study to reveal which side is correct — “chill eggers” or “warm eggers.”

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Her diary:
’Today, I noticed that my husband was behaving kind of strange. We had a reservation for dinner at our favorite place and were due to meet there in the evening.

Popular blogger and writer Raquel Isabelle de Alderete, who goes by the online alias of inkskinned, has shared the recommendations of her father for finding the man to make you truly happy.
We at Happy & Smartlife found these ideas to be simple yet so true that we just had to share them with you.

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Let me introduce Kelly Brook — a model, an actress, owner of a perfect body! Yes, you heard right. According to a study conducted at the University of Texas, this young woman has the perfect body.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Your average eight-ounce glass of orange juice packs 24 grams of sugar, or six grams more than a Snickers bar. Apple juice, not to be outdone, delivers 26 grams of sugar. And sorry to say it, grape juice aficionados: your precious juice comes with 38 grams of sugar per glass.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016


Breast size and shape are often sources of insecurity for women. Many women believe there’s nothing they can do about the shape or size of their breasts, other than plastic surgery. As it turns out, there are certain yoga poses that can improve the shape of the breasts, along with the volume of the lungs, while making you feel strong, healthy and confident.

Monday, June 13, 2016

As someone who is O negative — the blood type most often requested by hospitals — I have made dozens of donations. Type O is always in demand and in great supply because it can be transfused to patients of all blood types, according to the American Red Cross. While approximately 38 percent of the U.S. population is also eligible to donate, only 10 percent actually do. Enter World Blood Donor Day.

The World Health Organization (WHO) holds the campaign every year on June 14 to "thank blood donors for their life-saving gift of blood," as well as to raise awareness surrounding the need for regular donation. Someone in the U.S. needs blood every two seconds, which adds up to roughly 36,000 units of red blood cells every day. While nearly 7 million Americans will volunteer each year, the unavailability of blood still leads to deaths and many patients suffering from ill health, WHO reported. And in 2011, WHO found that national blood supplies were based on 100% or almost 100% voluntary unpaid blood donations in 62 countries.

That said, such an altruistic act requires a certain level of precaution and preparation in order to make the donation as successful and painless as possible. Twenty-five percent of us will require a blood transfusion at some point in our lives, and the American Red Cross and other organizations have a few guidelines in place to make sure both donors and their sample are eligible and healthy.
Here's what you need to know.

Donating your blood may seem intimidating at first, but knowing how it works can help you give up one of your ten pints. 

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Memory loss is often interpreted as a sign of aging, a repercussion of substance abuse, or symptomatic of conditions like Alzheimer’s disease. What many don’t know is that episodes of forgetfulness can also be side effects of common prescription drugs.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Have you ever wondered why some people always have cold hands? Well, we have. And surprise! We’ve found the answer. One kind-hearted illustrator, Nadine Elpis, explained this phenomenon to us with her own adorable theory.

Monday, June 6, 2016

Life is speeding up, and we are always in a hurry to get everything done in a day and be productive at the same time. With such turmoil you don’t always notice the amazing things and people around you. But sometimes it’s good to pause for a moment or two to make sure you haven’t missed something really important and valuable during the day.
Today, Happy & Smartlife presents the 10 most fascinating films that will urge you to change your world view and appreciate every single moment of your life.
It’s so exciting to see different kinds of art interlace giving birth to powerful masterpieces. Like in this case when a poem by IN-Q came alive with the help of animation, which adds even more tenderness to the text. The author believes that the only guide to keep us secure and happy is love and his message is that we should not postpone it but let the ’carpe diem’ motto enter our universe.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Early Death Risk Factors: 5 Seemingly Innocent Behaviors That Are Increasing Your Risk Of Premature Death

Death is an inevitable part of life, but dying before our time is entirely preventable. According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the average life expectancy for Americans was 78.7 years in 2012. Dying at any point before that age could be considered a premature death. There are several key risk factors that can contribute to an early death by way of a chronic illness. For example, tobacco use, alcohol use, salt intake, and high blood pressure are all considered risk factors that can significantly increase our risk of a premature death. While the hazardous effects of tobacco use and high blood pressure are well understood, there are other seemingly innocent behaviors that can also lead to an early grave.

Saturday, June 4, 2016


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