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The Taco Cleanse Is New Diet That Promotes Eating Tacos All Day, Every Day

There are always new fad diets coming out, and the latest one is the taco cleanse. You read that right. You can eat tacos all day, every day for 30 days and this is supposed to be good for you. People shared the details about this new taco cleanse that everyone is talking about. Creators Wes Allison, Stephanie Bogdanich, Molly ...

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Mom Gets Rare Flesh-Eating Bacterial Infection After Dipping Her Feet In Water At Myrtle Beach?

Bonita Fetterman is fighting for her life after simply dipping her feet into the ocean at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, according to her daughter. The mom was airlifted for emergency surgery after contracting both a rare and deadly flesh-eating infection, possibly in the Atlantic Ocean. Fetterman was staying at a Myrtle Beach vacation resort with her daughter before she was ...

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FDA Approves New Cancer Drug From Agios Pharmaceuticals

Here’s a new ray of hope for those who are suffering from a cancer of the blood and bone marrow. Agios Pharmaceuticals, a small biotech company, just got its first cancer drug approved by the FDA. Called Idhifa, the drug is created to treat acute myelogenous leukemia. Idhifa or enasidenib treats the cancer of the blood and bone marrow by ...

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New Survey Says Too Many Women Wait Too Long In Pain Before Getting Knee/Hip Replacements

More than 30 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis, but a new survey conducted online by Edelman Intelligence on behalf of DePuy Synthes Companies found that four out of five women consider getting knee or hip replacement surgery as a last resort and therefore spend more time in pain than necessary. The survey consisted of 266 American women 45-65 years old ...

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More Than 30 Percent Of Dementia Cases Are Preventable, Expert Says

Dementia is a great challenge for the world’s health and social care in the 21st century. Nowadays, there are approximately 50 million people in the world who suffer from dementia, and the number continues to rise at an alarming rate. Fortunately, according to the latest research, more than 30 percent of dementia cases are preventable by managing lifestyle factors. According ...

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More Than 30 Percent Of Dementia Cases Are Preventable, Expert Says

Dementia is a great challenge for the world’s health and social care in the 21st century. Nowadays, there are approximately 50 million people in the world who suffer from dementia, and the number continues to rise at an alarming rate. Fortunately, according to the latest research, more than 30 percent of dementia cases are preventable by managing lifestyle factors. According ...

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Study Finds 90 Percent Of American Men Are Overfat, What Is The Difference From Overweight?

A recent study revealed that 90 percent of men in America are overfat. What does it really mean and what is the difference between overfat and overweight? The interesting result of the study was published in the Frontiers in Public Health journal on July 24 edition. According to the study, the global pandemic of overfat in the world has generated ...

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Scientists Explain Why Western World’s Sperm Count Is Declining, And How It Could Lead To Man’s Extinction

New research suggests that sperm counts are declining among men in North America, Europe, and Australia. Worse, it also appears that sperm quality has seen better days among Western men, with both metrics declining drastically since the 1970s. According to a report from USA Today, the new study suggests that for men in the Western world, sperm count declined by ...

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Fifteen New Jersey Beaches Shut Down As Water Contamination Continues

The water contamination in New Jersey continues, resulting in the closing of more beaches since Tuesday, July 25. According to the latest report, 15 beaches are now closed down, including the ones in Atlantic City and Ventnor. Authorities have also closely monitored bacteria contamination in 16 other beaches in three counties. The first case of high-level contamination of bacteria from ...

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Finally, A Study That Proves Money Can Buy Happiness

It was recently revealed that delegating unpleasant tasks can increase a person’s happiness. This was tested against the expected joy of purchasing material objects. The study was performed by researchers at the University of British Columbia and Harvard Business School, and it tested whether consumers were more likely to experience joy when they purchased a possession versus spending their money ...

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