• The Number 1 Bad Habit You Need to Stop If You Want to Lose Weight

    If you do, you’ll see weight-loss results even faster, Kimberly “Most people don’t even realize what they’re saying to themselves, and most people only think that the only factors that affect their weight are what they’re eating and how they’re working out,” Kimberly said.

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  • 'Ugly' potential fallout from Supreme Court health care case

    A Supreme Court ruling due in a few weeks could wipe out health insurance for millions of people covered by President Barack Obama's health care law. But it's Republicans — not White House officials — ...

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  • WATCH: People Try To Pronounce Medical Terms, Utterly Mangle Them

    If medical terminology is Greek to you, you're not alone.Obscure terms like "sphygmomanometer" and "ankylosing spondylitis" can be tricky to pronounce even for those who do have a background in medicine. What hope is there for the rest of us?In the video above, you can watch so-called "regular," as…

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  • Baseball-Major League Baseball roundup

    Baltimore Orioles left-handed reliever Brian Matusz was suspended eight games by Major League Baseball on Monday for having a foreign substance on his arm during Saturday's game. Matusz has appealed the decision and was available to pitch for the Orioles in Monday's game against the Houston Astros.…

  • Why Your Stomach Looks Bigger Even Though You Do a Ton of Abs Workouts

    The most common reason for this side effect is tight hip flexors.

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  • Game helps treat traumatized youngsters

    Triangle of Life is a mobile app which enables young trauma patients to practice the life skills they have learnt in therapy.

  • Gwyneth Paltrow’s New Food Line Offers Healthy Take-Out, but There’s a Catch

    Goop fans attempting to mimic Gwyneth Paltrow’s notoriously grueling macrobiotic diet will no longer have to follow her recipes to make celebrity-approved gluten-free pasta, organic juices, and kale smoothies. Paltrow and longtime fitness trainer Tracy Anderson are teaming up to cook their own…
  • Man diagnosed with Lassa fever dies in US after Liberia trip

    NEW YORK (AP) — A New Jersey man died Monday evening after been diagnosed with Lassa fever — a frightening infectious disease from West Africa that is rarely seen in the United States, a federal health official said.

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  • How to Find and Choose a New Doctor

    Dear Savvy Senior,What resources can you recommend to help me find and research some doctors in my area? I'm looking for a good primary care doctor or internist for my elderly parents, and need to locate a good orthopedic doctor for me. --Shopping for DoctorsDear Shopping,Thanks to the Internet,…

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  • The Breathing Trick That Puts You to Sleep in Seconds

    Warm milk, lavender oil, and counting sheep — we’ve all tried them.

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  • What People Don't Understand About Miscarriages

    A new survey published in Obstetrics & Gynecology shows that people harbor many misconceptions about both the frequency and most common causes of miscarriages — misunderstandings that may compound the feelings of guilt and shame that occur in the wake of one.

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  • Just Look What She Did!

    Walmart Security Cameras Captured The Whole Thing! [30 Photos]

  • Battle ropes become popular go-to fitness tools in U.S. gyms

    By Dorene Intenicola NEW YORK (Reuters) - Battle ropes, the thick and heavy ropes that look as if they could tether a ship to shore, have become go-to fitness tools in gyms for people seeking a tough workout that is also engaging and fun. Whipping, slamming, dragging and drumming the long, anchored…

  • Kyle Korver seeking 2nd opinion, surgery not definite, no timetable

    Atlanta Hawks swingman DeMarre Carroll is not a doctor. Korver has yet to visit a foot and ankle specialist for a second opinion on the injury, which could eventually require surgery. Contrary to any reports, the Hawks say there was no break in Korver's ankle and that he has yet to see a specialist.

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  • The Bear Case for Wearable Health Technology

    Wearable health and fitness devices bring many benefits, but there are a handful of pitfalls that consumers should be aware of.

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  • Two crew members injured after Indy 500 crash

    Pit road can be a dangerous place, and it certainly was Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. James Davison clipped teammate Pippa Mann's car and then crashed into two crew members for Tristan Vautier:

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  • Juicy J Rushed To Hospital Before Show, Tweets Apology To Fans

    Rapper Juicy J was rushed to the hospital Saturday night before his scheduled show at The Fillmore in San Francisco.The "Low" rapper tweeted an apology to his fans later that night, explaining he went to the hospital for shortness of breath.I wanna apologize to my fans in San Fran I had to rush to…

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  • A Very Good Week In Healthcare Thought: Four Developments To Feel Good About

    While many have questioned the relevance of individual metrics, or the wisdom of insisting on particular process metrics, Gardner is actually making a different, and I think even more important point here: you can’t look at individual metrics in a vacuum. There’s an opportunity cost each time we’re…

  • Sudden Infant Deaths Linked to Elevation

    Babies who live at high elevations, those above 8,000 feet (2,438 meters), may face a slightly increased risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, new research finds. "The absolute risk [of SIDS] remains very low, and … this is in no way a call to abandon residence [in] or visits to…