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  • Get a jumpstart on burning calories before New Year's 23 Nov 2017 10:56 The Fresno Bee If you have a mouth and a palate, this is your season. Feasts, banquets, parties and dinners at friends' homes seem to continue without a stop. There's even a controversial, but popular belief that most folks will gain about five pounds over the …
  • South Sudan: Farming together reaps multiple benefits for refugees and their South Sudanese hosts 23 Nov 2017 10:51 Relief Web A farming project that ropes in both refugees and their hosts has brought food security and cohesion to the two communities By UNHCR/Emil Sahakyan & Richard Ruati | 23 November 2017 JUBA, South Sudan - Anna Ogud Okwier scoops a handful of …
  • This is why women are more prone to yeast infections in summer 23 Nov 2017 10:50 Health24.com 0 Summer – a time for sun, swimming... and uncomfortable yeast infections. You may wonder why you're more prone to yeast infections during the warmer months. A vaginal yeast infection can cause the following symptoms: Vaginal itching and/or …
  • Wina Sturgeon: Get a jumpstart on burning calories before New Year's 23 Nov 2017 10:46 The Sacramento Bee If you have a mouth and a palate, this is your season. Feasts, banquets, parties and dinners at friends' homes seem to continue without a stop. There's even a controversial, but popular belief that most folks will gain about five pounds over the …
  • Daycare Service: Ever thought of starting this business? Here's how 23 Nov 2017 10:41 Pulse The demand for daycare service is on the rise. Traditionally, it is the duty of the African woman to take good care of the family while the man goes out to source for bread. But tradition is losing its grip on modern society. And most of the things that …
  • Disordered eating can have long-term negative health effects 23 Nov 2017 10:34 Daily Star Carried out by the University of Helsinki in Finland, the study looked into long-term effects of disordered eating, a common problem among young adults which is still poorly understood. Disordered eating has various symptoms, such as arbitrarily deciding …
  • The Ashes: After the hype, ‘normal’ Test offers excitement in spades 23 Nov 2017 10:33 WA Today Thursday dawned with fake news: Bodyline! The Gabbatoir! Scared eyes! Joh for Canberra! But the real Queensland, as opposed to the fictitious one, is only an hour behind the times. When the actual game began, the Gabba wicket behaved as it has year after …
  • Why there's nothing healthy about a holiday diet 23 Nov 2017 10:17 The Sydney Morning Herald  There are predictable events that seem to come about every holiday season: stores play Baby it's Cold Outside even when it's 37 degrees, Kevin from payroll has too many shandies at the work Christmas party, and Michael Buble is let out of his …
  • Four breakfast foods that can boost your sex drive 23 Nov 2017 10:15 Charleston Daily Mail Many factors can affect sex drive, including relationship issues, stress or tiredness. Diet too can have a direct effect on the hormones which drive whether you're in the mood for intimacy. According to a nutritionist, you can give your libido a boost …
  • Wellness: Health benefits of apple cider vinegar 23 Nov 2017 10:13 Pulse Just like the name connotes, apple cider vinegar is made from apple. Apple cider vinegar can be used for cooking and food dressing especially salad but apart from dressing food, apple cider has its health benefits. Here are health benefits of apple cider …
  • Three cups of coffee a day cuts risk of early death finds study 23 Nov 2017 10:00 Scotsman People appear to reduce their risk of a range of health problems when they drink three to four cups a day, experts found. They concluded that drinking coffee seems safe “within usual patterns of consumption”, except in pregnancy and among women who are at …
  • North Korean defector had parasitic worms over 10 inches long 23 Nov 2017 10:00 CNN The soldier was shot up to five times November 13 while making a run for the South Korean side of the border through the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone, according to dramatic security video released this week.The defector, whose last name is Oh, …
  • It's not too late to learn: Here's how to cook a Thanksgiving turkey 23 Nov 2017 10:00 CNN Don't take chances by making guesses on how to prepare the bird. We'll show you exactly how to cook it for the best Thanksgiving ever.Let's start with the meal's centerpiece. Here's our time-tested advice for serving the perfect turkey …
  • After the hype, ‘normal’ Test offers excitement in spades 23 Nov 2017 09:59 The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday dawned with fake news: Bodyline! The Gabbatoir! Scared eyes! Joh for Canberra! But the real Queensland, as opposed to the fictitious one, is only an hour behind the times. When the actual game began, the Gabba wicket behaved as it has year after …
  • Good fuel — fast 23 Nov 2017 09:56 Pique Newsmagazine The snow is on the mountains and the lift lines are filling up fast. So what's for lunch for all the wonderful, hard-working souls — especially the young ones out on their own, sometimes their first time away from home — who keep everyone happy …
  • Simply Organic Now Gather GastroPub 23 Nov 2017 09:53 Nisqually Valley News After six years of providing Yelm with highly regarded organic meals, Simply Organic moved to the Burnett Center and changed the name to Gather GastroPub. Owners Bryce Hughes and his wife Katie Stann dreamt of moving from the cafe-style restaurant on Yelm …
  • How big sugar killed a 1968 study that pointed to a heart disease link 23 Nov 2017 09:18 Moneyweb It’s no secret that big industries have long devoted tremendous resources to shaping scientific debates that may threaten profits, from Big Oil countering how fossil fuels cause climate change to Big Tobacco pushing back on how smoking will kill you. This …
  • It's all in the voice 23 Nov 2017 09:12 New Straits Times Dr Dickson Lai of The Dickson Lab opens up to Naressa Khan about the miracles of tracing and reversing psychological blockages using our own voice AMERICAN economist Eric Beinhocker once said: “The hallmark of science is not its ability to forecast the …
  • Big Sugar Killed a 1968 Study That Pointed to Heart Disease and Cancer Links 23 Nov 2017 09:08 News Max It’s no secret that big industries have long devoted tremendous resources to shaping scientific debates that may threaten profits, from Big Oil countering how fossil fuels cause climate change to Big Tobacco pushing back on how smoking will kill you. This …
  • Fitness model reveals how she sculpted her six-pack in just a few months 23 Nov 2017 08:36 Daily Star CAVENDISH HUNK: Sebastian David swapped his beer belly for a rippling six-pack Before his miraculous transformation, Sebastian David would gorge on up to 5,000 calories every day in greasy Greggs pasties, fry-ups and buckets of KFC chicken. The …

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