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5 ways to be happier by better handling your stress

With so much chaos happening in the universe right now, infrequently just picking up the journal can overcome us with a clarity of powerlessness. I acknowledge that we tumble disposed to that as good at times. But we recently reacquainted myself with a world-renowned investigate study that reminded me I’m …

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Nearly 4 in 10 adults in U.S. are now obese, CDC finds

Americans’ plumpness rates have reached a new high-water mark. Again. In 2015 and 2016, just brief of 4 in 10 American adults had a physique mass index that put them in portly territory. In addition, just under 2 in 10 American children — those between 2 and 19 years of …

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Alcohol vs. marijuana: Which one is safer?

There are few battles as exhilarated as the contention as to what’s safer — ethanol or marijuana? Like a veteran tennis match, the lobs bombardment back and forth. Alcohol is legal, pot is not (in many states). You can’t overdose on marijuana, you can on alcohol. You know what you’re …

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London’s air wickedness is dangerously high

A new report says that every singular area of London, England exceeds the World Health Organization’s boundary for PM2.5 — a fraudulent air pollutant, according to new investigate from the London Atmospheric Emissions Inventory announced last week by mayor Sadiq Khan. The pollutant PM2.5 is miniscule — about 3% the hole of a human …

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Hope is rising on a heal for singular childhood cancer DIPG

On Nov. 15, music writer and upholder John (Gungie) Rivera will horde the ninth annual luminary fundraising celebration for the Cristian Rivera Foundation. Named in respect of his immature son who lost a battle with cancer in 2009, Rivera has continued to work toward anticipating a heal for the intensely …

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Most moisturizers are fibbing about being allergen-free

Many moisturizers are greasing your palms — many products that explain to be fragrance-free and hypoallergenic destroy to live up to the claim. Researchers at Northwestern University analyzed the top-selling moisturizers sole by Target, Amazon and Walmart and found that 45% of products that claimed to be “fragrance-free” contained incense …

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Hospitals face financial blow that could break NYC health care

New York’s open hospitals, which shoulder many of the weight of caring for the city’s lowest patients, are confronting a financial blow that could dramatically break New York’s already stretched health caring system, according to a new report. Titled “Restructuring NYC Health + Hospitals,” the study shows how the city’s …

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