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Smartwatch can Sense If You are Chopping Vegetables or Petting a Dog

Smartwatch can Sense If You are Chopping Vegetables or Petting a Dog

52 minutes ago   |   Medindia Health

Smartwatches could detect a surprising number of things your hands are doing like helping your spouse with washing dishes, chopping vegetables or petting a dog.
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Couple married for 71 years die exactly 12 hours apart

6 hours ago   |   NBC News

Herbert and Marilyn DeLaigle were famous in their town for always holding hands.
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Not Sure What to Do With Dumbbells? Try These 10 Strength-Training Workout Videos at Home

Not Sure What to Do With Dumbbells? Try These 10 Strength-Training Workout Videos at Home

6 hours ago   |   PopSugar

You don't need a gym to stay fit - if you know where to look. YouTube, for instance, has a library of at-home workout videos at your disposal (here are 10-minute arm workouts...
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I'm a Trainer, and This Is the Strengthening Exercise That Works My Abs and Back at Once

I'm a Trainer, and This Is the Strengthening Exercise That Works My Abs and Back at Once

8 hours ago   |   PopSugar

I love a good ab strengthening exercise, and one move that I've been really into lately is the plank with a resistance band front row. It's all about stability and strength...
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These Leggings Are Marked Down on Amazon For the Next 6 Hours

These Leggings Are Marked Down on Amazon For the Next 6 Hours

9 hours ago   |   PopSugar

Everyone needs a classic pair of black leggings in their closet. Whether they're for working out, lounging around, or running errands, they're definitely an everyday staple...
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The Long, Complicated History of Auto-Fellatio

12 hours ago   |   Mens health

People have been fixated on the act of auto-fellatio for thousands of years-and a handful have succeeded.
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Couple married for 71 years die exactly 12 hours apart

13 hours ago   |   NBC News

Herbert and Marilyn DeLaigle were famous in their town for always holding hands.
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Tips For Avoiding Workplace Injuries At The Office

13 hours ago   |   HealthWorks Collective

When you think about getting injured on the job you probably think about careers where physical labor or heavy equipment is involved. The truth is that the CDC estimates that...
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Coca-Cola, Xerox, and other major corporations are now proudly announcing no more donations to Planned Parenthood

Coca-Cola, Xerox, and other major corporations are now proudly announcing no more donations to Planned Parenthood

14 hours ago   |   Natural News

Some good news has surfaced about a handful of American corporations that have decided to cut all financial ties with the baby-murdering group Planned Parenthood. Coca-Cola...
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Why two out of three babies are cradled on the left

14 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily

Over two thirds of all people prefer to carry a baby in their left arm. The figure is as high as three quarters for women, and the same also applies to right-handed people...
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Nanotechnology Treatment Shows Promise Against Multiple Sclerosis, Stated Study

Nanotechnology Treatment Shows Promise Against Multiple Sclerosis, Stated Study

Nanotechnology treatment was found to reverse multiple sclerosis symptoms in mice, said new research. Read more ...

New Blood Test Helps Predict Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

New Blood Test Helps Predict Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

A simple and special blood test may help predict if a newly diagnosed breast cancer patient will likely relapse years later. Read more ...

Reducing burnout and stress symptoms with rhodiola

Reducing burnout and stress symptoms with rhodiola

Researchers from Germany and Austria have found that the flowering herb Rhodiola rosea can be used to improve symptoms of patients with burnout syndrome. In their study, which... Read more ...

Alabama father-of-eight is in the ICU with a flesh-eating infection after...

Alabama father-of-eight is in the ICU with a flesh-eating infection after kayaking

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Ricky Rutherford, 41, contracted a flesh-eating bacterial infection after kayaking in Alabama. Doctors had to cut a six-inch piece of flesh out of... Read more ...

Woman infected with flesh-eating bacteria after a 10 minute swim

Woman infected with flesh-eating bacteria after a 10 minute swim

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Amanda Edwards was only swimming for about 10 minutes, but the bacterial infection she contracted could have cost her a leg for the rest of her life. Read more ...

How we evolved to be obese: Over-eating turns on fat-saving protein

How we evolved to be obese: Over-eating turns on fat-saving protein

The RAGE protein is activated by stress and the threat of starvation, making our bodies conserve fat to burn later, It helped us in early human history, but now may make us... Read more ...

Trump's Abortion ‘Gag Rule' Has Gone Into Effect - Here's What That Means

Trump's Abortion ‘Gag Rule' Has Gone Into Effect - Here's What That Means

Federally funded health care clinics are no longer required to discuss abortion, and family planning funds are at stake in new ruling The Trump administration proposed an... Read more ...

Living in a polluted and busy area could raise your risk of old-age...

Living in a polluted and busy area could raise your risk of old-age depression by a third

People aged 50 and over had worse mental health if they lived in areas with toxic area and noise, a study by the University of Edinburgh found. Read more ...

Scientists discover new cell that could 'regenerate' diseased hearts

Scientists discover new cell that could 'regenerate' diseased hearts

University of Calgary scientists have discovered a new immune cell in the fluid surrounding the heart that helps the organ 'heal itself.' They think the cells could be... Read more ...

Statins Under-prescribed to Prevent Cardiac Diseases: Study

Statins Under-prescribed to Prevent Cardiac Diseases: Study

Significant treatment gap is present in managing patients who are at risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Read more ...