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UK Study Debunks Recent Research on the Sitting Disease

| October 20, 2015 Comment

UK Study Debunks Recent Research on the Sitting Disease – We’re all familiar with recent studies that have shown that sitting for long periods of time can be detrimental to our health, and that it may be better to stand. Authors of a new study, however, say that sitting or standing doesn’t have a negative […]

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Shiitake Mushrooms May Help Boost Immunity

| April 19, 2015 Comment

Shiitake Mushrooms May Help Boost Immunity – According to a study conducted by University of Florida researchers, participants who ate cooked shiitake mushrooms every day for 4 weeks increased their immunity levels. Shiitake mushrooms are edible fungi, native to East Asia. “Shii” is the Japanese word for “tree”, while “take” means mushroom. In Asia, shiitake […]

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Breastfeeding Linked to Higher IQs

| March 18, 2015 Comment

Breastfeeding Linked to Higher IQs – A new study confirms the connection between breastfeeding in the early months of infancy and higher IQ. Researchers from Boston Children’s Hospoital and Harvard University looked at data on over 1,300 babies who had been breastfed for at least six months. They tested the kids’ vocabulary at age 3 […]

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Lily James Dismisses ‘Cinderella’ Waist Size Criticism

Lily James Dismisses ‘Cinderella’ Waist Size Criticism

| March 4, 2015 Comment

&LR_AUTOPLAY=0&LR_CONTENT=6&LR_MUTED=0&LR_VIDEO_ID=\[player_videoid_macro\]&LR_TITLE=\[video_title_macro\]”] Lily James dismisses ‘Cinderella’ waist size criticism – British actress Lily James has dismissed suggestions movie bosses digitally altered her image to give her a smaller waist in new fairy tale movie “Cinderella.” The “Downton Abbey” star plays the lead role in the new live-action movie adaptation of the story, but she came under […]

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Signs of a Weakened Immune System

| January 18, 2015 Comment

Signs of a Weakened Immune System – A strong immune system is vital to physical and mental health. Our immune system fights off infection and disease and helps us lead healthier and longer lives. So how do you know if your immune system has been compromised? Here are some signs and symptoms to look for: […]

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Sean Penn Raises $6 Million for Haiti with Help from Charlize Theron, Reese Witherspoon & More

Sean Penn Raises $6 Million for Haiti with Help from Charlize Theron, Reese Witherspoon & More

| January 12, 2015 Comment

Sean Penn Raises $6 Million for Haiti with Help from Charlize Theron, Reese Witherspoon & More – Sean Penn continued his support for Haiti with his HELP HAITI HOME Gala & Fundraiser last night, benefiting the J/P Haitian Relief Organization, and raising approximately $6 million for the cause! With an array of celebrity guests (like […]

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Parenting Style Can Have Effects All the Way into Adulthood

Parenting Style Can Have Effects All the Way into Adulthood

| December 29, 2014 Comment

Parenting Style Can Have Effects All the Way into Adulthood – A new study says “sensitive caregiving,” or paying attention to a child’s needs, predicts academic and social success up to at least age 32. It’s probably no surprise children’s experiences in their first few years are important for how they develop later on. Socially, […]

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Amy Adams on Canceled ‘Today’ Interview: I Was “Confused” and “Frustrated”

Amy Adams on Canceled ‘Today’ Interview: I Was “Confused” and “Frustrated”

| December 25, 2014 Comment

Amy Adams on Canceled ‘Today’ Interview: I Was “Confused” and “Frustrated” – Amy Adams is speaking out about her Today interview that never happened. Adams was scheduled to appear on the NBC morning show Monday, but producers scrapped the segment just before it was to take place after the actress said she would be unwilling […]

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Celeb Chef’s Avocado Advice

Celeb Chef’s Avocado Advice

| December 13, 2014 Comment

Celeb chef’s avocado advice – Celebrity personal chef Gaby Dalkin shares some trade tips on avocados as she and host Judy Greer make mango cilantro guacamole. When you’re looking for an avocado, Gaby says, you want to make sure its little brown “nub” is still on it. The “nub” keeps the air out, which turns […]

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Hottest year ever is 2014

Hottest year ever is 2014

| November 27, 2014 Comment

Hottest year ever is 2014 – It’s official, this year has been the warmest on record since 1880. The Earth’s temperature registered 1.22 degrees Celsius more than the average of the 20th century. That is according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Glaciers in Norway have acted like a sort of thermometer: […]

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Harrison Ford Takes His $2.6 Million Dollar Helicopter for a Spin

Harrison Ford Takes His $2.6 Million Dollar Helicopter for a Spin

| November 25, 2014 Comment

Harrison Ford Takes His $2.6 Million Dollar Helicopter for a Spin – Harrison Ford is probably the coolest 72-year-old out there. Case in point: He has a $2.6 million dollar helicopter that he flies around Los Angeles whenever he feels like it. We caught up with the action star striding across the tarmac to take […]

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Scientists Try to Predict Number of US Ebola Cases

Scientists Try to Predict Number of US Ebola Cases

| November 1, 2014 Comment

Scientists try to predict number of US Ebola cases – Top medical experts studying the spread of Ebola say the public should expect more cases to emerge in the United States by year’s end as infected people arrive here from West Africa, including American doctors and nurses returning from the hot zone and people fleeing […]

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