Halle Berry is back at it with another BTS look into her fitness routine and diet. For her #FitnessFriday post this week, she’s focusing on all things nutrition-related. “Our inner warrior is only as good as how we choose to nourish it, and what we eat builds our foundation,” she captioned an Instagram photo. (Where
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This article originally published on GetHealthyStayHealthy.com Being pregnant and giving birth are exciting times for many mothers. Unfortunately, many women in the US suffer health complications during and after pregnancy. In fact, the rate of maternal mortality (death) in the US increased by approximately 27% from 2000 to 2014. Approximately 700 women die each year
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Kylie Jenner may be some hundreds of dollars shy of becoming a billionaire, but apart from her lavish designer handbags collection consisting of 400 rare and expensive pieces, she has another obsession: Postmates. Jenner is one of the most popular celebrities on the face of this planet which means that she can’t always drive to a
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Sherri Shepherd has been sharing her success with the keto diet for a while now, and the results are pretty incredible. But today, she did something she’s never done before: She shared a photo of herself without a shirt on to really emphasize just how much her body has changed. “I have never shared what
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A new study by researchers from Trinity College Dublin and St James’s Hospital has reported for the first time that vitamin D can be measured in human hair. The paper has been published in the international, peer-reviewed journal of human nutrition, Nutrients. Vitamin D deficiency has reached epidemic proportions world-wide, with over 1 billion people
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Sable Gibson, 10, died one day after being diagnosed with strep throat and the flu. (Facebook) An Ohio girl died this week, just one day after being diagnosed with strep throat and the flu, the girl’s mother said. Sable Gibson, a fourth-grade student at a Mason City School, was diagnosed Tuesday morning with influenza and
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THURSDAY, Feb. 21, 2019 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration took steps Thursday to tighten regulation of over-the-counter sunscreen products. Included in the proposed rule are updates on sunscreen safety, sun protection factor (SPF) requirements, and the effectiveness of insect repellent/sunscreen combinations. Under the proposed rule, two of the 16 active ingredients in sunscreens
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THURSDAY, Feb. 21, 2019 — About half of women and men who report some level of dissatisfaction with their sexual life prior to bariatric surgery experience clinically meaningful improvement during five years of follow-up, according to a study published online Feb. 20 in JAMA Surgery. Kristine J. Steffen, Pharm.D., Ph.D., from North Dakota State University
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Must cook dinner. Need to pick the kids up from school. Have to catch up on my favourite TV series. Live too far from the gym. Any of these sound familiar? With growing time demands, many middle-aged adults are finding time to engage in exercise increasingly difficult. For many, even the thought of fitting exercise
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This story is from Kaiser Health News PLANO, Texas — In February 2017, a school nurse in this Dallas suburb began counting women murdered by men. Seated at her desk, beside shelves of cookbooks, novels and books on violence against women, Dawn Wilcox, 55, scours the internet for news stories of women killed by men
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