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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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People will lie to robots to avoid hurting their feelings, study says

If a robot has enough human characteristics people will lie to it to save hurting its feelings, a study has shown.  The study, which explored how robots can gain a human’s trust even when they make mistakes, pitted an efficient but inexpressive robot against an error prone, emotional one and monitored how its colleagues treated it. The researchers found that people are more ...

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‘The Originals’: Marcel Responsible For Klaus Being Alive – Status Of Their Relationship In Season 4 [Spoilers]

The Originals Season 4 will air on The CW network in early 2017. Despite that being a long way off, there are still spoilers for the supernatural TV show. One is that Marcel Gerard (Charles Michael Davis) is responsible for keeping Klaus Mikaelson (Joseph Morgan) alive. The status of their relationship and exactly what that means was explained by the ...

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Have Incidents With United States Athletes Detracted From Their Performances In Rio?

It wasn’t hard to spot who fans by and large were pulling for in the semifinals of the women’s indoor volleyball competition between Serbia and the United States. It was obvious everyone in the building wanted the USA to lose besides those wearing red, white, and blue. Was this just the typical fans pulling for the underdog story, or have ...

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Both Conor McGregor And Nate Diaz Look ‘Swole’ Before Their Fight At ‘UFC 202: Diaz Vs. McGregor 2’

Earlier this year back on March 5, Nate Diaz shocked the world when he not only faced off against Conor McGregor, but defeated him in the middle of the Octagon. Most of the MMA community, both the fans and the media, thought that “The Notorious” would come out on top. For starters, McGregor had been preparing for a fight leading ...

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Dr. Jennifer Arnold addresses Zika virus concerns and the importance of parents getting their kids vaccinated against life-threatening diseases

Dr. Jennifer Arnold, a neonatologist specializing in the medical care of premature or ill newborns, is on a mission to raise awareness about immunizations and the importance of parents becoming the best advocate for their child’s health and well-being, but she also addresses the newest concern this summer for some: the Zika virus. “So I think there are a lot ...

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