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  • Plus size models confront society's unfair 'weight bias', says obesity expert 18 Feb 2018 21:27 TVNZ An obesity expert has defended the first ever plus-size supermodel as an opportunity to confront society's "weight-basis", and the tendency to make judgments about the content of someone's character based off their size. Professor Boyd …
  • Entertainment: New York is his mixtape 18 Feb 2018 21:18 Pulse For Miranda, then 20, it was a vision of New York’s disparate cultures not battling one another but jamming side by side. The institutions that endured, he realized, were those that “embraced every wave of immigration that’s come.” Within a few decades, …
  • World: It's work and a pinch of play for restaurateur salt bae 18 Feb 2018 20:45 Pulse Nusret Gokce never imagined an Instagram video of him sprinkling salt over a tomahawk steak in 2017 would go viral. But it did. The internet christened him Salt Bae, which the chef and restaurateur has embraced as he expands his steakhouse chain beyond …
  • Sultans of String Peace Concert at Pinecrest Gardens – February 24 18 Feb 2018 20:24 Pinecrest Tribune The Sultans of String (sultansofstring.com Toronto, Canada) will perform a fundraising benefit concert to assist displaced Syrian children and their families. The entire concert proceeds will be forwarded to humanitarian organizations (headed by the …
  • Entertainment: Olympic curlers are buff now, and have the calendars to prove it 18 Feb 2018 20:13 Pulse “I guess I was blessed a little from nature’s side,” Ulsrud said, “but I do like to work out.” None of this would be all that unusual except that Ulsrud is a 46-year-old curler. Obliterating the sport’s tired reputation as ground zero for paunchy, …
  • After a scary diagnosis, uncertainty can be the hardest part 18 Feb 2018 20:08 Standard-Examiner Special To The Washington Post. Uncertainty has a tight grip on my throat today. The unknown, always lurking, is now an intruder pounding on my door. It’s in my yoga class, where the teacher uses falling leaves to talk about how “uncertainty and …
  • I used to run marathons but now there are days I can't even dress myself - the pain of living with fibromyalgia 18 Feb 2018 19:48 Manchester Evening News Pop icon Lady Gaga recently brought fibromyalgia into the spotlight after she cancelled the last 10 dates of her world tour due to the severe pain it causes her. A long-term condition that causes pain across the body, the Netflix documentary Five Foot Two …
  • The Women’s OB/GYN Medical Group of Santa Rosa focuses on... 18 Feb 2018 19:45 SF Gate With February being Heart Health Awareness Month the Women’s OB/GYN Medical Group seeks to expand on the American Heart Association’s (AHA) focus on heart health. Dr. Tara Bartlett, D.O. shares some tips on what women need to be on the lookout for, …
  • 7 Reasons to Use More Blackstrap Molasses 18 Feb 2018 19:44 Care2 Healthy Living Thick, dark, syrupy, sweet blackstrap molasses is more than something to make candy or cookies with; it has many benefits, from helping prevent cancer to getting rid of grey hair. Blackstrap molasses is a byproduct of sugar cane processing. Syrup is …
  • Aniston denies Pitt 'shoulder to cry on' over Theroux 18 Feb 2018 19:43 Calgary Herald Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are seen in a combination shot. (RadarOnline.com Photo) Jennifer Aniston leaned on her ex-husband Brad Pitt over the course of 15 months as her ­marriage to Justin Theroux crumbled, a source has reportedly claimed. But …
  • ‘Black Panther’ Squashes Specialty Box Office, Sally Potter’s ‘The Party’ Is Best of Limited Openers 18 Feb 2018 19:21 Indie Wire As the specialized world begins to move past a rich diet of awards contenders — still providing the bulk of the gross — films from established directors opened in New York and Los Angeles this weekend, led by British auteur Sally Potter’s “The Party” ( …
  • Sorpotel and Sannas: Remembering Christmas in Goa 18 Feb 2018 19:02 Tucson News Now By Nik Sharma In her tiny kitchen, hovering over a large stainless-steel pot proudly marked by the many nicks and scratches accumulated over the years, Lucy stirred the stew once more before taking it off the heat to cool. This stew was not to be served …
  • America’s lost parakeet remains symbol of need to protect our birds 18 Feb 2018 19:00 heraldcourier.com A century ago this week, a caged bird died in Cincinnati, Ohio. However, this was not simply a case of an untimely death of a beloved family pet. Instead, that bird represented the last of its kind. The bird belonged to the Psittacidae, a family of …
  • Infertility on rise among Omani youth: Medics 18 Feb 2018 18:51 Times of Oman February 18, 2018 | 9:55 PM by Times News Service 150 out of every 1,000 patients who come to the clinic are aged between 20 and 30, and there has been a steady rise in female infertility cases in this age group. Muscat: Poor lifestyle and dietary habits …
  • Jean-Claude Moubarac: Grocery stores and Canadians are bulking up on ultra-processed foods 18 Feb 2018 18:44 Vancouver Province Canadians nowadays are getting too many of their calories from highly processed foods, researchers say. Scott Olson / Getty Images In the 1960s, the biggest supermarkets only carried 10,000 items or fewer. Big supermarkets today offer almost 40,000 …
  • Brush with death was a blessing in disguise 18 Feb 2018 18:33 Daily News Kati Harmon weighed more than 350 pounds when she was diagnosed with blood clots in her right lung as shown on the left. Since January 2016, Harmon has lost more than 120 pounds and feeling better than ever. — Courtesy photos Kati Harmon is a forced to be …
  • Watch man 'paralysed for life' in coach crash show off football skills after 'miraculous' recovery 18 Feb 2018 18:24 Liverpool Echo This is the magical moment a young man once told he was paralysed for life shows off his football skills after making a ‘miraculous’ recovery. Zach Washington Young broke his back in the horrific Bestival coach crash which killed his two best friends in …
  • Northwoods wildlife, Olympic champs? 18 Feb 2018 18:17 Star Journal February 18, 2018 BY THE MASKED BIOLOGIST Special to the Star Journal Right now, with the Olympics in full swing, I had the idea to try to find examples in the animal kingdom of wildlife that would compete in wintertime games. It didn’t work out very well …
  • Wellness Diva: Tiffanydenise 18 Feb 2018 18:10 Black Star News [Wellness Coach] The societal ills of obesity, broken homes, and lack of leadership are ever present within the Black community, destroying people's health and minds. Entrepreneur and Wellness specialist Tiffany Newton is using the best weapon in her …
  • Photos: Bobcat hit by car to be released from wildlife center in March 18 Feb 2018 18:04 WTOP By Kathy Stewart | @KStewartWTOP February 18, 2018 12:48 pm 02/18/2018 12:48pm The bobcat that was hit by a car and was stuck in its grill for 50 miles last year on Thanksgiving has finally recovered and will be released after the hunting season. …

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  • True Fitness 17 Feb 2018 23:16 Black Star News Hey Law, My mom and her friends are having issues with weight management. I know there has got to be an answer.  My mom is 49 and she just struggles with losing weight.  Now granted, she isn't on a regular exercise plan, but she has on occasion …
  • Tragedy sparks rugby league drive for mental fitness 16 Feb 2018 07:01 Citizen Newton, who hanged himself in 2010, had his contract terminated by Wakefield after being suspended for two years following a positive test for human growth hormone. The Great Britain player had fought a hidden battle with depression. Now rugby league …
  • Amyloid protein may be transmitted through neurosurgical instruments, study suggests 15 Feb 2018 13:25 News-Medical.net February 15, 2018 Amyloid beta pathology - protein deposits in the brain - might have been transmitted by contaminated neurosurgical instruments, suggests a new UCL-led study. For the paper, published today in Acta Neuropathologica, researchers studied …
  • Amyloid protein transmission through neurosurgery 15 Feb 2018 13:00 Medical Xpress Amyloid beta pathology - protein deposits in the brain - might have been transmitted by contaminated neurosurgical instruments, suggests a new UCL-led study. For the paper, published today in Acta Neuropathologica, researchers studied the medical records …
  • America at Large: Giant mistake to honour Bonds 15 Feb 2018 07:34 Irish Times With much fanfare, the San Francisco Giants have announced their intention to retire the number 25 shirt once worn by Barry Bonds. The ultimate accolade in American sport, the ceremony will take place before a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates in August …
  • How your hormones could be ruining your figure 14 Feb 2018 22:45 Charleston Daily Mail Do you have a body bugbear — an area with which you’re never happy, no matter how toned you are otherwise? Well, experts say there may be a scientific reason behind it — be it a muffin top, chunky ankles, or bingo wings. For research shows excess weight …
  • Why sex after 60 is great for your health and how you can improve things in the bedroom 11 Feb 2018 07:38 The Mirror It can make you look younger, combat stress and even stave off dementia; no wonder sex is being hailed as a great activity for the over 60s! And it’s simply not true that your interest in intercourse fades as soon as you pick up your bus pass – statistics …
  • Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium has put spring in fans’ step for 20 years 10 Feb 2018 12:30 Palm Beach Post Twenty years is a long time in the life of a baseball player. In the life of a baseball park? Why, it’s a rapid medley of greatest hits, rattled out so constantly that the echoes and the roars eventually meld together in the mind and so happily consumed …
  • Police work, not anti-doping tests, blow open Italian doping ring 09 Feb 2018 19:36 Competitor Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images (File). FLORENCE, Italy (VN) — An Italian doping disaster or strong police work … or both? The news of a top Italian under-23 team systematically using drugs looks bad, but organization chiefs are applauding local …
  • Sport without doping is an impossible aim 09 Feb 2018 18:18 New Statesman The thing about sport is that it’s binary: my lot against your lot, our boys against their boys, leaders and followers, Cavaliers and Roundheads, good guys and bad guys. It follows that sport has an equally constant need for heroes and villains, just like …
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