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20+ Before & After Pics That Show What Happens When You Stop Drinking

November 3, 2018

However, sometimes it is hard to measure ones progress on the path to change, but the before and after pictures on this list are solid evidence. Some people are unrecognizable in their after photos, showing just how big of an impact physically alcohol can have. Scroll down below for some truly inspirational tales! #1 I Took […]

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The Best Tasting Protein Powders to Drink to Lose Weight

November 2, 2018

Okay, so there’s like a million—no, more than a million—different kinds of diets and plans out there to lose weight (or to just eat your way to a healthier lifestyle). But one consistent theme in almost every weight loss plan is that increasing your protein intake. On a reduced-calorie plan, this promotes weight loss because […]

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“I Saw the Fear in His Eyes. He Knew. His Heart Knew. Both His Beautiful Girls Were in the Fight of Their Lives.”

November 1, 2018

ShareTweet “In October of 2015, I thought our life was finally going to be ‘perfect.’ I married my best friend and the best example of how to be strong, kind, hardworking, respectful, and fun for my kiddos. I had plans, and God laughed. But, that’s ok. We can roll with it. Sometimes it’s more of […]

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Can coffee really sober you up?

November 1, 2018

(CNN)You’re out late at night and you’ve had one too many drinks. You’re feeling a bit inebriated, and you’re wondering if a cup of coffee can help. Many of us have been there. “I call it the ‘perfect storm,’ ” said Dr. Mary Claire O’Brien, senior associate dean for health care education at the Wake […]

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Dozens more breakfast foods test positive for trace amounts of weed killer, report says

October 31, 2018

(CNN)Dozens of common breakfast cereals and snack bars have trace amounts of a controversial herbicide found in the weed killer Roundup, according to a report released today by an environmental advocacy group. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that 26 of the 28 products it tested had levels of Roundup’s main ingredient, glyphosate, that were […]

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I Tried A Bunch Of Natural Relaxation Methods & Here’s What Worked Betches

October 31, 2018

You know those days where if you get one more email, you’re going to throw your iPhone under the subway? Then your mom calls and you start freaking out because no, you don’t have a plan. And then, Whole Foods is out of Halo Top and you have to wait in line for 30 minutes […]

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UK Flour Will Be Fortified With Folic Acid After UK Government Finally Heeds Call Of Scientific Community

October 30, 2018

In order to reduce the rates of serious birth defects, all flour sold in the UK will now be fortified with folic acid. The government announcement, reported today by the Guardian, represents a hard-won victory for the many medical organizations and children’s health advocacy groups who have been lobbying for such a policy for decades. Folic […]

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Meat substitutes ‘exceeding salt limits’

October 30, 2018

Will going vegan make you healthier? Is social media behind the rise of veganism? ‘Urgent need’ Of all of the meat-free alternatives studied by Action on Salt, only three were low in salt. The saltiest product was Tofurky’s Deli Slices Hickory Smoked, followed by Tesco’s Meat Free Bacon Style Rashers – with 3.5g and 3.2g […]

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Scientists Want To Create A Noahs Ark Of Bacteria To Protect The Future Of Global Health

October 28, 2018

At this very moment, trillions of microscopic organisms are living in and on your body and influencing processes like nutrition, immunity, and hormone activity. These tiny bacteria, viruses, and fungi are called microbiota, and together they make up the human microbiome. Now, a team of scientists wants to collect these various germs from humans around […]

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WHO voices alarm as academics denied visas to visit UK conference

October 28, 2018

Fears over immigration policys impact as at least 10 delegates experience problems The World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed alarm about the impact of the UK governments immigration policy on international academic cooperation after several foreign scholars were denied visas to attend a conference. The organisers of the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in […]

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