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Women Warned Not To Put Makeup Sponges In Their Vaginas During Sex

Some women think sticking makeup sponges in their vaginas during sex is the solution to a potentially messy problem, but an expert on vaginal health is warning them against the practice. Dr. Jen Gunter, an OB/GYN who often blogs about the bizarre objects women are encouraged to put inside their vaginas, recently criticized a Lifehacker article advising women who are ...

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Can Breastfeeding Lead To Cavities? Experts Warn Mothers Not To Breastfeed Their Babies For Too Long

New research suggests that extended breastfeeding could cause cavities in babies who do so for two years or longer. A new study published this week in the journal Pediatrics and cited by the New York Daily News in a report suggests that children who are breastfed for at least two years are more susceptible to dental cavities. This is based ...

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New German Law To Impose Hefty Fines On Anti-Vaxxer Parents Who Refuse To Get Their Kids Vaccinated

The so-called “anti-vaxxer” movement is one where parents choose not to have their children vaccinated due to the supposed risks involved. But with a measles outbreak spreading quickly across Europe, the German government announced that it will be fining parents who don’t have their children vaccinated, new reports claimed earlier in the week. According to Vice, the new German law ...

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New German Law To Impose Hefty Fines On Anti-Vaxxer Parents Who Refuse To Get Their Kids Vaccinated

The so-called “anti-vaxxer” movement is one where parents choose not to have their children vaccinated due to the supposed risks involved. But with a measles outbreak spreading quickly across Europe, the German government announced that it will be fining parents who don’t have their children vaccinated, new reports claimed earlier in the week. According to Vice, the new German law ...

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World Autism Awareness Day: Why Nations Are Lighting Up Their Buildings Blue

In case you’re wondering why your local landmark is illuminated with blue light at night on April 2, it’s probably because your city is participating in World Autism Awareness Day 2017. During the internationally recognized day, citizens from around the world will be wearing blue garments and shining a blue light on iconic buildings on April 2 as a show ...

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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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Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt: Latest News Says Their Kids Eat Bugs — Safe?

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s kids have grabbed the headlines again. This time, the latest news says the kids eat bugs and love doing so. Jolie is in Cambodia at the moment with her kids. Eating bugs is considered a delicacy in the Asian country. Angelina Jolie is no ordinary mother. Not every mother offers bugs for breakfast to her ...

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Food Stamp Recipients Spend 20 Percent Of Their Allowance On Junk Foods, $608 Million Spent On Soda Alone, USDA Says

The USDA released somewhat startling data regarding the purchases made by Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly referred to as food stamps, recipients. The study found that 20 percent of SNAP benefits were being used to purchase “junk foods” which include “sweetened beverages, desserts, salty snacks, candy and sugar.” The most popular junk item purchased with food stamps benefits was soda ...

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Female Doctors Are Better Than Their Male Colleagues Under Certain Circumstances: Study Indicates Women Physicians Are Less Likely To Kill You In The Medical Profession

Female doctors are better than their male colleagues, indicates a new study. If the male doctors performed as well as their female counterparts in the hospital, more than 30,000 patients would survive their visit to the hospital. Moreover, the gender inequity, still prevalent in the United States, prevents female doctors from excelling in the field of medicine, while fighting to ...

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Parents Of Children With Food Allergies Incorrectly Report Their Own Allergies, Family Histories Deemed Unreliable

According to a new study, family histories of particular allergies might not be the best predictor of a child’s risk of having that same food allergy. That’s not to say that there isn’t a genetic aspect of allergies, only that, in the absence of accurate allergy tests, many parents might not actually know what they are allergic to at all. ...

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