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Here’s How Many Calories You Burn Doing 39 Popular Exercises

What burns it best? Everything we do burns calories. But have you ever wondered how your running habits compare to your friend’s cycling sessions? Or how your weekend kayaking trip stacked up to a morning swim? Calorie-counting isn’t the best ...

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Cracking Your Own Back and Neck is Risky Business.

Come on.  If cracking your neck or back feels better, how can it be so bad for you? Let’s take a minute to list the parts of the body that are contained in the neck area: blood vessels spinal cord ...

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Newly Developed HIV Treatment Can Fight 99 Percent Of All Strains

In the continual struggle to effectively treat HIV, a disease that kills millions of people a year, researchers may have made an exciting breakthrough. In a new study, scientists report that they have developed a new type of antibody that ...

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This sleep mask has built-in headphones—and it’s magic

You’re about to receive a powerful ally in your eternal struggle for a good night’s sleep. The Sleep Eye Mask Headphones don’t just block out external light—they also allow you to listen to your favorite music, sleep tapes, or podcasts ...

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J&J Ordered To Pay $417 Million In Trial Over Talc Cancer Risks

A California jury on Monday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using the company’s talc-based products like Johnson’s Baby Powder for feminine hygiene. The Los Angeles Superior Court ...

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This Molecule Found in Royal Jelly Is The Secret Ingredient to Speed Up Wound Healing

Honey bees really are tiny hardworking superheroes of the insect world – not only do they keep our agriculture going by pollinating many of our crops, but they also produce a myriad of beneficial substances, like honey and beeswax. For ...

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5 People Are Dead After Undergoing FDA-Approved Obesity Treatment

The US Food and Drug Administration is investigating the sudden deaths of five people who had undergone an obesity treatment that places an inflated silicone balloon in their stomach. All deaths happened within a month of the procedure, the FDA ...

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Do video games help or hinder your brain ?

Scientists have been studying the impact different types of games have on certain areas of the brain. While the physical inactivity associated with long gaming sessions can have a negative impact on general fitness, there’s no denying that video games ...

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Canadian Authorities Open Montreal’s Olympic Stadium To House Asylum Seekers

TORONTO- Canadian health authorities and aid workers are using an Olympic stadium to shelter asylum seekers as a growing number of people walk into the country from the United States. The Quebec Red Cross and local health authorities opened Montreal’s ...

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Brain ‘On Switch’ For Burning Fat After Meal Discovered By Scientists

Scientists have found the brain’s “on switch” for burning fat. The discovery could lead to a huge breakthrough in treating obesity, which is reaching epidemic levels. The new study helps solve the puzzle of how the body chooses to burn ...

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