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    Horrible Side Effects of Marijuana That People Never Talk About

    With the legalization of marijuana on the rise, it’s important to note the drug’s side effects. While weed can have significant medicinal and economic benefits, if nationwide legalization occurs, the public should be informed of any negative aspects. Read on to know more about the scary potential side effects. Addiction Many people praise marijuana for its non-addictive […]

  • Meet Maude, the Women-Run Sex Line Promising Good Vibes for All

    What’s the best way to start off the day? With the wellness movement in overdrive, the rituals for new-and-improved living are plenty: hot water with lemon as a digestive wake-up; whole-body dry brushing to boost microcirculation; meditation for a clear mind. But what about a morning romp? Maude—a new collection of pared-down essentials, including condoms, […]

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    Can Your Eyes Get Sunburned From Staring at the Sun? Experts Weigh In

    Even if you’re slathering on your SPF, there might still be one area of your face you’re failing to protect: your eyes. Just ask actor Busy Philipps, who said she was recently diagnosed with photokeratitis (aka eye sunburn) due to exposure to bright light and the sun. “I spent last night at Cedars [Hospital] after […]

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    New Study Confirms the #1 Way to Stay Strong Over 40

    The most efficient way to maintain a fast metabolism and stay slim when you’re over 40 is to build lean muscle mass. But your efforts can get stuck in a rut when you’re not sure how to train or how much chicken breast you should dig into post-workout. To clear up some of the confusion, […]

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    The Perks Of Eating A Plant Based Diet Like Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady

    The power couple of fashion and football, supermodel Giesle Bündchen and Patriots superstar Tom Brady, maintain a health and fitness lifestyle with a much talked about diet regimen. Thanks to Bündchen and Brady’s former personal chef, Allen Campbell, changing our mindset behind the reason why we eat food is key and can make the transition […]

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    People With Anxiety Are More Likely to be Bitten by Dogs

    Cuddling with your pet is usually a good way to unwind after a particularly challenging day. However, a new study indicates that you might want to think twice before getting too close to your dog when you’re feeling anxious as it could make them more likely to bite. A new study indicates that anxious people […]

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    Is It Too Late to Get Your Flu Shot? Experts Weigh In

    The beginning of February is here and the end of flu season is inching closer. We’ve still got months to go, though: Flu season often lasts from October through as late as May, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and this is one is worse than usual. Part of the reason […]

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    How a little alcohol could help ‘clean’ the brain

    New US research suggests once again that a little alcohol may be good for health, finding for the first time that it could help with the brain’s cleaning process and potentially lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Led by Maiken Nedergaard at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), the new animal study looked at […]