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How to Enjoy Yourself: 50+ Tips to Have More Fun Alone

More than often people are so caught up in the complexities of a busy lifestyle that they tend to forget to take a step back, slow down, and enjoy some quality “me” time. Spending some time alone lets you recharge … Continue reading

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How to Earn More Respect from Others: 50+ Things You Should Do

It’s simple! To earn more respect from others, you need to learn to give respect first. Although when you hear it, earning respect sounds simple, but putting it into practice becomes complicated. Respect is earned by respecting both yourself and … Continue reading

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Dying From an Opioid Overdose Is More Common Than You Think

Since 2000, the number of overdose deaths from drugs in the U.S. has risen more than 137%. Deaths from opioids—which include painkillers and heroin—make up a large portion of these deaths; 91 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. … Continue reading

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More Evidence That Owning a Dog Is Really Good for You

Dogs are more than just cuddly companions — research continues to show that pets bring real health benefits to their owners. Having a dog around can lead to lower levels of stress for both adults and kids. They’ve been found … Continue reading

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The Surprising Tweak That Makes Workouts More Effective

You know that not getting regular exercise can be bad for your health. But here’s a surprising twist: Apparently, just thinking that you’re not exercising as much as you should may be harmful, too. In a new study in the … Continue reading

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More Than 100 People Have Ended Their Lives Under California’s Right-to-Die Law

During the first six month’s of California’s right-to-die law, 111 people in the state ended their lives using lethal prescriptions. The law — which allows terminally ill adults to obtain life-ending drugs from their doctors — took effect on June … Continue reading

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Black Kids Are 10 Times More Likely Than White Kids to Die From Guns, Study Says

Guns kill about 10 times more black children than they do white children each year, according to a new analysis. The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report, published in the journal Pediatrics, analyzed the number of gun-related homicides, … Continue reading

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You Asked: How Can I Use More of My Brain?

It’s a myth that humans only use 10% of their brains. “That idea is not only inaccurate, it doesn’t make any sense,” says Earl Miller, a professor of neuroscience at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at the Massachusetts … Continue reading

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Here’s the Easiest Way to Eat More Vegetables

Vegetables are the most nutritious and healthy of foods, yet most people don’t think they taste as good as burgers dripping with fat or a salty batch of French fries. But what if the same words that food sellers usually … Continue reading

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The White House Is Cutting More Funds for Overseas Health Organizations Linked to Abortion

The Trump administration announced Monday that it will expand the denial of U.S. funding for foreign health organizations that provide abortion services or even information about abortion. The disruption in funding could threaten hundreds of clinics globally that fight HIV, … Continue reading

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Pre-Existing Condition? Your Insurance Could Cost Up to $140,000 More Under the AHCA

Insurance premiums for people with pre-existing conditions could increase by hundreds of thousands of dollars if the American Health Care Act, which passed the House Thursday, becomes law in its current form. The AHCA allows insurers in states that offer … Continue reading

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FDA Approves ALS Treatment for the First Time in More Than 2 Decades

The Food and Drug Administration on Friday cleared a treatment for fatal neurological disorder amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), marking the first such U.S. regulatory approval in more than two decades. The drug, known chemically as edaravone, is already sold by … Continue reading

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Why Bacteria Are More Threatening Than Ever

The stories are harrowing: people with simple cuts who get exposed to bacteria can end up with life-threatening, and sometimes even life-ending, infections. Antibiotics were supposed to prevent these infections and deaths. But in the U.S., about two million people … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Burn More Calories During Any Type of Workout

Let’s face it: whether you’re an experienced exerciser or totally new to working out, very few of us have the time to dedicate hours upon hours to our sweat sessions. That’s why it’s important to make every minute count. These … Continue reading

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This Week in Health: Have More Sex, Eat Soy, Do Zumba

We thought we knew a lot about sex and exercise, but this week proved there’s still a lot to learn. Here’s what else grabbed our attention in health this week. Here’s how much sex you should have each week Experts … Continue reading

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