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Being Called ‘Ma'am' And Other Heinous Changes That Happen In Your 30s

Being Called ‘Ma'am' And Other Heinous Changes That Happen In Your 30s

7 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

Last night, I was tucking the girls in and my four-year-old reached up and touched my face. “You are young,” she said, “but you do have those lines by your eyes.” This is my...
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25 Healthy Recipes That Make Chicken Breast Taste Exciting

25 Healthy Recipes That Make Chicken Breast Taste Exciting

9 hours ago   |   PopSugar

Chicken has been known to be an excellent source of lean protein when abiding by a healthy meal plan. The protein in chicken plays an important role in weight loss , along with...
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Videos of chemical synthesis at atomic resolution achieved

9 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily

For the first time, researchers have managed to view previously inaccessible details of certain chemical processes. They have shown there are significant discrete stages to...
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Measuring the ecological impact of global food wastage due to excessive consumption

10 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

With every unfinished meal since Band Aid, you've heard it: "people are starving in Africa, y'know". True, the UN estimates that rich countries throw away nearly as much food...
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No Survival Benefit with Myocardial Viability After CABG: STICH

1 day ago   |   Medscape

Past research suggested that myocardial viability might aid survival in coronary bypass surgery patients. This study found no long-term survival benefit but modest improvement...
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Ginkgo biloba may aid in treating type 2 diabetes

1 day ago   |   ScienceDaily

Ginkgo Biloba, one of the oldest living trees species, may offer some clues in better treatments for Type 2 Diabetes, says one researcher.
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Advocacy in ID: The ‘critical' role of physicians

1 day ago   |   Healio

In 1981, 80 men met in a New York City apartment to raise money to fight “gay cancer,” a deadly illness that was mostly affecting men who have sex with men in New York City and...
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Halloween Costumes For Cats And Dogs That Will Make You Crack Up

Halloween Costumes For Cats And Dogs That Will Make You Crack Up

1 day ago   |   Scary Mommy   |   2 articles

Halloween isn't all about humans, okay? Pets deserve to partake, too. And what better way to join in on the holiday festivities than to get dressed up in a Halloween costume?...
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Aggressive surgery appears to achieve negative margins, intensify radiation volume in CSCC

2 days ago   |   Healio

The use of salvage limited-field irradiation in aggressive cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma with microscopic residual disease resulted in a progression rate of more than 80%...
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The Quick Therapy That Actually Works

2 days ago   |   The Atlantic

The strange little PowerPoint asks me to imagine being the new kid at school. I feel nervous and excluded, its instructions tell me. Kids pick on me. Sometimes I think I'll...
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg has pancreatic cancer and received radiation treatments...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has pancreatic cancer and received radiation treatments; too bad Google and YouTube are censoring all the cancer cures that really work

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has pancreatic cancer. Multiple media sources are now reporting that she recently underwent three weeks of radiation treatment... Read more ...

The Problem With Vacation Re-Entry Is That Everything Is Just Like I Left It

The Problem With Vacation Re-Entry Is That Everything Is Just Like I Left It

I spent a week at the beach doing next to nothing. I would have done absolutely nothing had I not had an antsy teenager that occasionally insisted we leave the beach to do... Read more ...

The long trail of dead bodies false flags that follow around Bill Hillary...

The long trail of dead bodies false flags that follow around Bill Hillary Clinton the globalists wherever they go point to unimaginable corruption and gargantuan cover-ups

“The decedent shot himself in the back of the head seventeen times with a long-barreled, single shot shotgun. A clear case of suicide.” No one with over two brain cells... Read more ...

Your Dog May Be Leading You to a Healthier Heart

Your Dog May Be Leading You to a Healthier Heart

Researchers found that compared with people who had no pets, dog owners tended to have fewer risk factors for heart disease: They got more exercise, and had healthier diets and... Read more ...

Elite athletes have high rates of oral disease despite brushing their teeth more

Elite athletes have high rates of oral disease despite brushing their teeth more

Researchers at The University College London blamed athletes' heavy use of sports drinks, gels and bars which can be high in sugar. Many athletes endorse such products. Read more ...

Pollution causes rates of angioplasties to spiral, say scientists

Pollution causes rates of angioplasties to spiral, say scientists

Doctors at the University Hospital in Krakow used data from nearly 16,000 patients who had undergone the operation, which is often dished out as an emergency surgery to treat a... Read more ...

This Best-Selling Jacket Is The Perfect Way To Make Back-To-School Feel Cool...

This Best-Selling Jacket Is The Perfect Way To Make Back-To-School Feel Cool Without Breaking The Bank

The first day of school is stressful AF. The cliques, the stares, the silent judgement. And that's just the moms! Luckily, when it comes to the kids, there's an easy way to... Read more ...

Cerebral Palsy: Improving Function, Independence, and Quality of Life of...

Cerebral Palsy: Improving Function, Independence, and Quality of Life of Affected Individuals

Cerebral palsy is among the most prevalent movement disorders in children. Experts from various streams share their expertise and summarize new research aimed at maintaining... Read more ...

New Method Helps Detect Unreported Zika Outbreaks

New Method Helps Detect Unreported Zika Outbreaks

Using travel data and infections diagnosed in travelers plus viral gene analysis, scientists have been able to uncover a hidden Zika outbreak in Cuba in 2017, that went... Read more ...

Computer Model Could Be Used To Test New Sickle Cell Medications

Computer Model Could Be Used To Test New Sickle Cell Medications

Sickle cell disease medication can be now tested using new computer model which mimics the way red blood cells become misshapen. Read more ...