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Drinking Wine Before Bed Could Actually Help You Lose Weight

Drinking alcohol is usually associated with weight gain, but wine has given us a sneaky loophole. According to two recent studies by Harvard Medical School and Washington State University, drinking just two glasses of wine before bed can help prevent obesity. The 13-year Harvard University study showed that women who consumed two glasses of red wine per day had a ...

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What Ivanka Influence? Trump’s Views On Women’s Health Care An Insult To Women Everywhere [Opinion]

Wasn’t Ivanka Trump supposed to be able to control her father? And wasn’t Ivanka supposed to be a champion of women’s health care issues? Wasn’t she going to be the voice of reason that lead her father to make wise choices when it came to working women everywhere? In a year where it feels like the American people are on ...

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Mom Beat Cancer In Pregnancy But Dies After Delivering Twins

Just a day after delivering twins, a 30-year-old California woman Jamie Snider, who defied cancer during pregnancy, died of heart failure. Snider’s family and friends are now raising funds for well-being of the newborn. “God decided to call our Jamie home Friday March 17th 2017, the morning after giving birth to her beautiful twins Camila and Nico,” Snider’s friend Larina ...

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Five Mistakes MyFitnessPal Users Make That Sabotage Weight Loss Goals

MyFitnessPal can be a great tool to use to lose weight, but Women’s Health reports that using the app isn’t foolproof. In fact, they found that using the app can not only hinder your progress but could push your further away from your ideal weight. MyFitnessPal helps those dieters that have a tendency to eat without thinking or overeat. It ...

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Can Breast Implants Cause Cancer? FDA Releases New Information

The Food and Drug Administration just released a new statement linking breast implants to a rare form of blood cancer. The breast implant-related cancer is already reported to have causeed nine deaths. For those women who have breast implants themselves, a cancer screening might be in order. Breast implants cause a rare type of cancer In a statement they released ...

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Ketamine: Is Treating Depression Patients With A ‘Club Drug’ Ethical?

Ketamine is being used to treat people with severe depression, but some question the legality and ethics of such practice. The FDA approved ketamine for use as an anesthetic. However, the drug has become popular in the nightclub scene where it is known as “Special K” or just “K.” According to the Foundation for a Drug-Free World, ketamine is classified ...

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Ranika Hall: Missouri Woman Dies Following Brazilian Butt Lift Procedure

Ranika Hall, a 25-year-old woman from Kansas, Missouri has died after she underwent a popular cosmetic surgery procedure known as the Brazilian Butt Lift. According to NBC Miami, on the day of the incident, paramedics were called in at around 9 p.m., to the Eres Plastic Surgery Center located in Hialeah, Florida after Ranika stopped breathing as the procedure was ...

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Here’s How Much Amgen’s New Heart Attack-Preventing Cholesterol Drug Costs

A new study suggests that Amgen’s new cholesterol drug Repatha can be very effective in helping patients avoid heart disease. It’s also been found that the drug works very well in lowering LDL cholesterol levels, while reducing the odds of patients dying or getting hospitalized following cardiac events. However, it would also appear that the new medication is extremely expensive ...

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Emma Roberts Goes Dark, Debuting New ‘Smoky Quartz’ Hair Color

Emma Roberts embraces variety in all aspects of her life, but especially in her love of fashion and beauty, as her recent hair color changes can attest. The Scream Queens actress has just changed her hair again. While most of Roberts’ fans were just getting used to seeing Emma as a brazen redhead, it seems the actress was already thinking ...

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Bolivia’s Tsimane Tribe: What Makes Their Hearts So Healthy?

One may wonder what’s the secret behind the Tsimane tribe’s unusually good heart health. By the looks of it, it may all boil down to this Bolivian tribe’s rather peculiar diet. A report from the Washington Post offered an in-depth look at the Tsimane’s heart-healthy diet, which may include different types of monkeys for dinner, such as capuchins or howlers. ...

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