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How Fat Joe Lost 100 Pounds and Changed His Body

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Surprising Facts You Never Knew (But Should!) About Sunscreen

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New Study: Deadly Flesh-Eating Genital Infection Linked to Certain Diabetes Medication

This post was originally published on this site People taking medications to help manage type 2 diabetes should talk to their doctor about their risk of a rare genital infection that has been linked to a certain class of diabetes… Continue Reading →

‘The worst they have ever seen’: Family shares shocking photo of father’s hospital bedsore

This post was originally published on this site When you have a spouse, parent or grandparent in hospital, one of the greatest concerns is for their comfort. Are they in pain? Are they comfortable? Are the medical staff doing their… Continue Reading →

Dangers of Farming Octopus

This post was originally published on this site There are a lot of risks to recognize when anything is being mass produced for the global market, especially when it comes to the livestock industry. Our demand for food is stripping… Continue Reading →

Should Dads Be Allowed to Stay Overnight in Maternity Wards?

This post was originally published on this site Many dads are very involved throughout their partner’s pregnancy, in weekly childbirth classes couples can go over the stages of labour, birthing positions and breathing techniques. While the mom-to-be is rolling around… Continue Reading →

We Need More Mean Moms

This post was originally published on this site Do you think mom’s today are too nice? While we don’t need malicious parenting, are some parents forgetting the importance of teaching tough love? Many new age parents are taking on opposite… Continue Reading →

Riding Out the Storm of Lyme: The Healing Lifestyle that Carried Jeff Tkach to Recovery

This post was originally published on this siteBy Jeff Tkach Posted 5/22/19 Throughout my adult life, I’ve always been a proactively healthy and fit person. I’ve been known to ride my bike more than 100 miles in a given day,… Continue Reading →

Turmeric Ginger Iced Tea and Lemon Spritzer

This post was originally published on this site Make this one a double! Two (or more!) delicious drinks with a single recipe, that is. These immune system boosting Turmeric Ginger Tea and Lemon Spritzer recipes are simple to make and… Continue Reading →

"The Toe Bro" Reveals His Secret to Treat Dry Feet and Cracked Heels

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5 Tips to Get a Flat Belly

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11 natural ingredients for healthier skin

This post was originally published on this siteThis article contains content from one of our trusted sponsors. Radiant skin is more than a simple mark of beauty; it’s an indication of a healthy you. You make first impressions in an… Continue Reading →

Dr. Oz Learns How to Cook Turkish Cuisine in Istanbul

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Causes and Solutions for Facial Hair in Women

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Chicken Cutlets and Sautéed Kale

This post was originally published on this site This healthy recipe is both delicious and inexpensive, costing only about $5 per serving. It uses skim milk instead of eggs to lightly coat the chicken. Get the recipe. The post Chicken… Continue Reading →

The Best Natural Solution For Nausea

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Clearing Up Myths About Blood Sugars After Eating

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3 At-Home Cellulite Treatments

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What Juuling Does to Your Body (It’s Not Pretty)

This post was originally published on this site In 2003, the first commercially successful electronic cigarette debuted in China. Today, millions of consumers regularly use “electronic nicotine delivery systems” (ENDS), especially electronic cigarettes (also called e-cigarettes). Juul e-cigarettes, apparently created to… Continue Reading →

Can You Get Lung Cancer Without Smoking? This Healthy 28-Year Old Did

This post was originally published on this site Stephen Huff, 28, grew up playing baseball in Tennessee. After earning a scholarship as a pitcher, Huff was drafted by the Chicago White Sox. He exercised every day, ate well, and even… Continue Reading →

After Eating Raw Rodent’s Kidney for ‘Good Health,’ Couple Die of Bubonic Plague, Spark Quarantine

This post was originally published on this site An unsuspecting Mongolian couple contracted the plague after eating raw rodent meat. The region the couple was visiting in the Bayan- Ölgii province (which borders China and Russia) went under quarantine for… Continue Reading →

It’s a … Boy?! Photo Captures Mom’s Surprised Look After Delivery  

This post was originally published on this site Nancy Ray was certain she was pregnant with a girl. However, after a laborious birth, the parents were shocked by a newborn baby boy. The photo of that moment—full of heart and… Continue Reading →

What Exactly Is the Link Between Your Appendix and Parkinson’s?

This post was originally published on this site Last year, a study of 1.7 million people found that if you get your appendix removed, you’re 25 percent less likely to get Parkinson’s disease [1]. Now, a study involving over 62… Continue Reading →

DNA Kit Traces Man’s Ancestry Back 55 Generations In What Could Be The Oldest Known Lineage In America

This post was originally published on this site When Darrell “Dusty” Crawford was in school in Montana, he was taught that his ancestors, the Blackfeet Nation, were some of the first people to step foot in America. Judging by his DNA… Continue Reading →

Get Magnesium Right for Maximum Benefit

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How to Lose Weight Without Stress

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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Talks Suicide, Negative Online Comments

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Laura Prepon On Doing Yoga, Cooking and Binge-Watching

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Mythbusting Lyme Disease [Webinar Replay]

This post was originally published on this siteThe Real Truth About Causes, Symptoms, Testing, and Treatment with Lyme Disease. The Mythbusting Lyme Disease webinar originally aired on May 8th as part of our #LiveLearnLyme initiative in honor of Lyme Disease… Continue Reading →

Foods That Can Help Avoid Wrinkles, Spots, and Saggy Skin

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