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How Often Should You Eat Dessert If You’re Trying To Lose Weight?

Getty RF If you’re trying to lose weight, an overhaul of your eating habits is a good way to begin. Focusing on whole foods, cutting down on sugar, and packing in fruits and veggies at every meal can go a long way. And while eating healthier overall is a great start, it can be a ..
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​This Is The Easiest Way To Stop Emotional Eating

Getty RF Raise your hand if you’ve ever found yourself halfway through a bag of quinoa chips before asking yourself, “Wait, am I just eating because I’m bored?” Or sad. Or anxious. Or fill in any other emotion here. You’re definitely not alone. “As humans, eating is linked to so many emotions,” says Lauren Fowler, ..
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‘It does get better’: Advocates address suicide in LGBT community

Former NFL player Ryan O’Callaghan surprised fans when he revealed his darkest secret; he is a gay man. The offensive lineman revealed to Outsports he planned to kill himself after he retired because of his sexuality. O’Callaghan is not alone. Deric Metzger calls his former boyfriend, Brian Shaughnessy a “survivor.” Related Image Expand / Collapse ..
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Do Laser Treatments For Weight Loss Actually Work?

Photograph courtesy of RealSelf and Vincent Lepore With every passing year, it seems there are more promising fat removal options than ever. If you’re looking for a quick fix, these treatments swear that they’ll suck, tuck, or freeze fat off of your body in a snap. And that all sounds great—in theory. The latest high-tech ..
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The One Thing You Should Know About Losing Weight Without A Scale ​

More and more women are ditching the scale these days—and for good reason. As a quick peruse through Instagram will show you, the number on the scale is, well, just a number. There are countless examples of women who have gotten into great shape and gained so much muscle that they now actually weigh more ..
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This Product Can Help You Lose Weight And Beat Stress—And It’s 65% Off Right Now

Amazon Our sense of smell can accomplish a lot: Not only can it alert us to dangers like smoke and poison, but studies show it can also lower our stress levels and improve mental performance. The limbic system, which controls memories, emotions, and basic behaviors, is situated right next to the olfactory bulb—the small cluster ..
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Texas Boy Scout dies of heatstroke during backpacking trip

A Texas high school student died of heatstroke while on a Boy Scout backpacking trip last week, the medical examiner’s office ruled last Friday.  Reid Comita, 15, collapsed while hiking at Buffalo Trail Scout Ranch in Fort Davis on June 12, according to the Star-Telegram. He was with other Boy Scout members and had been ..
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Kidney Failure – Causes, Symptoms and Transplant

Kidneys have a number of important functions to perform in our bodies. Firstly, they filter the wastes from the bloodstream and help maintain the balance of electrolytes in the body. They remove the chemical and drug byproducts as well as the toxins from the blood stream. Further, all these substances are eliminated from the body ..
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How Testosterone Injections Made This Guy’s Penis Grow Longer

Getty Images A 34-year-old man from Pakistan hit up an endocrinology clinic with an unusual complaint: He had super-scarce facial, armpit, and pubic hair. When the doctors examined him, they also found his penis was much smaller than average. When stretched—which clinicians often use to mimic erect length—the man’s penis measured just under two inches, ..
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​Everyone Is Freaking Out About This Star Allegedly Giving Her Boyfriend An Allowance

Modern Family star Ariel Winter is never one to back down from criticism, and she usually just brushes off the rumors. But a new one involving her boyfriend has got her seriously P.O.ed—and she’s fighting back. Here’s the background: Star magazine has a new story out that claims, per Gossip Cop, that the actress is ..
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Surgery in the womb gives hope for spina bifida

For most parents-to-be, the lead up to a child’s birth typically involves choosing a birth plan and getting the nursery ready for baby. They might celebrate with friends and family and anticipate getting to meet their little one. But for parents of spina bifida babies, there are more weighty choices to make about their child’s ..
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Downward dog, doctor’s order: Yoga could ease back pain

To ease low back pain, you may want try a downward dog: A new study suggests that doing yoga may be as effective as physical therapy for reducing low back pain . The study looked at a specific yoga routine designed by experts. Some yoga poses could be harmful to the back. About 10 percent ..
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Khloé Kardashian Says The Majority Of Her Hair Fell Out After This Traumatizing Event

Cindy Ord / Getty Images The Kardashians have been open about their love of hair extensions and wigs for ages. But Khloé Kardashian just revealed that she’s been wearing a weave since she was a teenager—and there’s a story behind it. According to a post on her blog, Khloé with a K, Khloé says that ..
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‘Mommy Dead and Dearest’: What is Munchausen syndrome by proxy?

The HBO documentary “Mommy Dead and Dearest” explores the chilling events that led up to the murder of Dee Dee Blanchard, mother of Gypsy Rose. Blanchard was a single mother who raised and supported her daughter through a number of suspected health issues, from epilepsy to muscular dystrophy. She insisted her daughter could not walk, ..
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