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My Body Isn't An Ornament - It's An Instrument

My Body Isn't An Ornament - It's An Instrument

10 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

Stretch marks , loose skin, fat, saggy breasts. That may be all you see. But I see so much more. You see, my body has grown and birthed my three precious children , my body has...
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Classic Ehlers-Dalnos syndrome presenting as atypical chronic haematoma: a case report with novel frameshift mutation in COL5A1

17 hours ago   |   BMC

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is a group of inherited connective tissue disorders characterized by skin hyperextensibility, joint hypermobility and soft tissue vulnerable to blunt...
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Early Skin-to-Skin Contact Helps Baby's Brain

18 hours ago   |   Web MD

Research suggests that skin-to-skin contact in the first few months of an infant's life can play a key role in baby's development.
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Ultra-liberal Chelsea Handler reminds black people how they're "allowed" to vote, according to white-skinned people like herself

Ultra-liberal Chelsea Handler reminds black people how they're "allowed" to vote, according to white-skinned people like herself

19 hours ago   |   Natural News

Someone named Chelsea Handler who is apparently a celebrity comedian publicly announced the other day that she believes black people are only allowed to vote for Democrats...
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Paleolithic prepping: Prehistoric humans stocked up on food by serving marrow-filled bones as "canned" soup

Paleolithic prepping: Prehistoric humans stocked up on food by serving marrow-filled bones as "canned" soup

19 hours ago   |   Natural News

Spanish and Israeli researchers have found evidence suggesting that ancient humans stored marrow-filled bones for later consumption. 400,000 years ago, these ancient humans...
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Best Tips For Everyday Skin Health

23 hours ago   |   Health Status

HealthStatus Best Tips For Everyday Skin Health Your skin is your body's largest organ and the only one that is directly exposed to the elements all day, every day, throughout...
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Looking For Brand-Name Quality Activewear Without the Price Tag? Try xLeisure

Looking For Brand-Name Quality Activewear Without the Price Tag? Try xLeisure

1 day ago   |   PopSugar

If you're on the hunt for high-quality, cute activewear , but want to avoid the expensive price tags that so often come with it, xLeisure by xSuit is a brand that should be on...
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Skin cancer: How do I check my moles for signs of melanoma?

1 day ago   |   BBC

Influencer Molly-Mae Hague, 21, is raising awareness about skin cancer among young people,.
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Air Fryer Herbed Buttermilk Roast Chicken Breast

Air Fryer Herbed Buttermilk Roast Chicken Breast

1 day ago   |   Skinny Taste

Air fryer bone-in, skin-on chicken breast brined in buttermilk and seasoned with a mix of herbs and spices makes for perfectly juicy chicken. Air Fryer Herbed Buttermilk...
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These Baby Humidifiers Will Help Your Little One Breathe Easy This Winter

These Baby Humidifiers Will Help Your Little One Breathe Easy This Winter

1 day ago   |   Scary Mommy

The best baby humidifiers are safe, easy to use, and effectively keep Baby comfy as he or she slumbers. Some even serve multiple purposes by moistening the air, illuminating as...
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COVID Vaccine: Infections Seen Among Sputnik Trial Subjects

COVID Vaccine: Infections Seen Among Sputnik Trial Subjects

There have been instances of infection among volunteers of Sputnik V trials, the world's first registered vaccine against Covid-19 virus, according to a top official of the... Read more ...

Keeping gyms and leisure centres open is critical to ensuring health and...

Keeping gyms and leisure centres open is critical to ensuring health and wellbeing, say academics

Experts from Sheffield Hallam University analysed more than 62million gym visits in 14 European countries since September, but only identified 487 Covid-19 cases. Read more ...

Why COVID-19 Is Not the 3rd Leading Cause of Death

Why COVID-19 Is Not the 3rd Leading Cause of Death

According to Dr. Thomas Frieden, former director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 is now the third leading cause of death in the U.S., killing... Read more ...

India's COVID-19 Cases Crosse 80L, Recoveries Over 73 Lakh

India's COVID-19 Cases Crosse 80L, Recoveries Over 73 Lakh

India has seen about 49,881 new coronavirus infections and 517 deaths in the last 24 hours. Coronavirus cases tally has crossed 80 lakh-mark with the total number of cases at... Read more ...

Tough tardigrades: Microscopic water bears can withstand harmful radiation...

Tough tardigrades: Microscopic water bears can withstand harmful radiation, thanks to a certain protein

A protein found only in tardigrades may protect cells from DNA damage caused by radiation exposure, according to a recent study published in eLife. Researchers from the... Read more ...

Link Between Antiseizure Drug Valproic Acid and Autism Risk

Link Between Antiseizure Drug Valproic Acid and Autism Risk

Antiseizure medication in pregnancy is associated with twice the risk of autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children, said study. Read more ...

Who needs SCIENCE? China justifies widespread COVID-19 immunizations without...

Who needs SCIENCE? China justifies widespread COVID-19 immunizations without bothering with clinical trials

The Chinese government defended widespread immunizations against COVID-19 outside of clinical trials in the country. The vaccinations were warranted, as there were no... Read more ...

Shocking numbers: Comparing COVID-19 deaths to abortion deaths

Shocking numbers: Comparing COVID-19 deaths to abortion deaths

I recently saw the headline from the New York Times about the deaths of over 200,000 Americans to COVID-19, and it got me thinking. (Article by Katie Beatty republished from... Read more ...

COVID-19 Racism Takes Toll on Chinese Americans' Mental Health

COVID-19 Racism Takes Toll on Chinese Americans' Mental Health

Chinese Americans are experiencing more racial discrimination and it appears to be affecting their mental health, according to a convenience sample survey. Among 543... Read more ...

Op-Ed: Physicians Need to Plan for Their Own Financial Health

Op-Ed: Physicians Need to Plan for Their Own Financial Health

As we write this, one of our physician clients is in a Dallas hospital waiting for a lung transplant. As a pulmonologist, he has treated hundreds of patients with lung... Read more ...