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Regardless of your opinion on eggs, let’s face it, you probably have a pack in your fridge. For me, eating eggs each morning is a good way to start the day. Not only because they taste rather good, but also because I’ve that they come with a number of benefits besides. Yet even I...

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Rob Mooberry and his future wife Amanda met while working at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. Amanda was employed as a cocktail waitress and Rob as a bartender. From the very first time they met, there was love in the air. Not long after the couple start dating, however, their...

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It’s hard to get away from celebs – they’re on our TVs, the covers of magazines and all over the internet. We tend to value their opinions, so when they come out with bizarre health claims, many people believe them. Timothy Caulfield, the Canada Research Chair in Health Law and...

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Be honest: chances are, one of the driving factors behind your gym routine is the cut dude staring back at you from the mirror. But your gym gains go way more than just skin deep. Getting fit can deliver a lean physique—and with that brawn can come better brainpower, too While your muscles...

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For Rene, Miami has been a lonely place since his wife died eight years ago. Although the 78-year-old from Guantánamo, Cuba, lives with his daughter and granddaughter, he’s alone most of his time. So in July, he asked for Cuban government permission to return. “The...

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Step one: Take it slow. Low-carb diets like Keto, Atkins, and Paleo are huge, but it’s understandable that you might not want to be on them forever. After all, carbs are pretty delicious and it’s crazy to think that you might never, ever enjoy bread again. That said, people...

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As hundreds of thousands of desperate Venezuelans pour out of their country, calls are growing to officially designate them as refugees. The United Nations has now taken a big step in that direction. The numbers – and the suffering – have simply gotten too big for the international...

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There aren't very many scientists who achieved rock star status. Stephen Hawking, who has died at the age of 76, family members told British media early at march 14, 2018, was definitely a contender. "He was a great scientist and an extraordinary man whose work and legacy will live on...

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Talking while driving -- whether on a cellphone or simply conversing with a passenger -- undermines road safety, a new review claims. Drivers who talk, the researchers found, are less safe than drivers who stay quiet. "It is a common misconception that tasks that allow drivers to keep...

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Mental health problems can last into adulthood for girls who start having their periods at an early age, a new study suggests. Previous research had found that girls with early periods have more frequent and severe mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety and eating disorders....

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If you’ve been giving soy milk the side-eye at the grocery store ever since hearing it might be linked to breast cancer, we don’t blame you. But some of that rep is undeserved – and majorly confusing. Here are the receipts: First, a few studies in the early ’90s found...

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What is Listeriosis? Listeriosis is an infection caused by Listeria, a bacterium found in contaminated soil, water, vegetation, certain animals like poultry and cattle, and milk. According to Food Safety, listeria, unlike other germs, grows in cold temperatures, which makes your fridge the...

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Cape Town - Health Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, openly declared his hate for the tobacco industry and that it "only causes mayhem". In light of that, he has pledged stronger action against the industry, but also action that will affect the smokers themselves. If you're a...

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One of the great parts of having our own children is that we get to build our own family, and do things our own way. It’s a new start. However, for people who grew up without their biological family, having your own children can make old questions and emotions come flooding back. That...

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Are you the kind of parent that’s always hugging your kids? If the answer is yes then don’t stop doing what you’re doing. According to new reserach, physical affection during a baby’s development period is even more important than we thought. The more you hug a baby,...

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