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How One Piece Of Paper Can Predict A Lifetime Of Health

Aug 20, 14 How One Piece Of Paper Can Predict A Lifetime Of Health

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Understanding the relationship between educational level, working status, and physical activity is an important part of creating public health initiatives aimed toward reducing the burden of obesity. A study has revealed that people with a college level degree are more physically active on Saturday and Sunday compared to weekdays.

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10 Horrifying Parasites That May Be Living Inside You

Aug 19, 14 10 Horrifying Parasites That May Be Living Inside You

Posted by in Health, WTF???

Insects, spiders, snakes. There are so many creepy-crawlers that freak people out, and just the thought of them induces a feeling of itchiness that’s really not there. But while thinking about these, many of us forget that there are more disturbing animals to consider: parasites that live inside us.

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Workaholism, Yup, That’s Me…

Aug 19, 14 Workaholism, Yup, That’s Me…

Posted by in Lifestyle, Mental Health

When you think of addiction, the typical things that come to mind are alcohol, drugs, caffeine, sex, bacon, stupid kitten videos, etc. Now we can add another addiction – one that apparently afflicts quite a few of us (myself included, although it’s a self-diagnosis at this point). WORKAHOLISM. Yes, workaholics rejoice! You’re not alone!

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Can Kimchi Cure Ebola?

Aug 19, 14 Can Kimchi Cure Ebola?

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It’ll smack you in the face the instant you walk into any decent Korean restaurant: the pungent smell of kimchi — the piquant pickled cabbage whose bold tanginess is increasingly exalted by Western foodies. But few souls outside Korea know that kimchi is actually incredibly nutritious and packed with health benefits. No joke.

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Patient Sues After Doctor Diagnoses Him As Chronically Gay

Aug 18, 14 Patient Sues After Doctor Diagnoses Him As Chronically Gay

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A routine check-up to the doctor’s office left an openly homosexual patient with an unexpected diagnosis — being labeled as “clinically gay.” Last year, 46-year-old Matthew Moore of Los Angeles, Calif., discovered his homosexual behavior was recorded as a “chronic condition.” A year later, Moore is suing the doctor for failing to correct the “human error” on his record.

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These Penis Facts Will Change How You Look At One

Aug 17, 14 These Penis Facts Will Change How You Look At One

Posted by in Health, WTF???

If lung cancer doesn’t scare a man out of smoking, then maybe his penis shrinking will do the trick. According to BuzzFeed’s YouTube video, “Everything You Know About Penises Is Wrong,” smoking can decrease penis length by up to 1 centimeter. That’s just one of several facts the video runs through.

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Teen Suffers 2-Inch Hole In Arm After Falling Asleep On iPhone

Aug 17, 14 Teen Suffers 2-Inch Hole In Arm After Falling Asleep On iPhone

Posted by in Health, Technology

Falling asleep cuddling with a mobile device has become a common habit for many who cringe at the thought of losing or being separated from their smartphones. A teen in the UK claims his iPhone 5 left him with a gigantic blister-turned-hole on his forearm after he fell asleep on it after returning from his factory job.

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Can Man Boobs Be Solved By Using This Male Bra?

Aug 16, 14 Can Man Boobs Be Solved By Using This Male Bra?

Posted by in Health, WTF???

The Japanese have come up with a bizarre solution to the embarrassing problem of gynecomastia, better known by its more colloquial moniker, man boobs. The Floral Goodnight Bra, known in Japanese as the Kahei Oyasumi Bra, promises to help men reverse the effects of gravity while they sleep.

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How To Support A Loved One Who’s Fighting Cancer

Aug 16, 14 How To Support A Loved One Who’s Fighting Cancer

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Shy about asking, “What’s the etiquette for supporting my loved one, friend or colleague in their battle against cancer?” many people simply avoid the question altogether – and offer nothing. “It’s okay to wonder, and it’s okay to ask. Be direct!” says Jane Schwartzberg, who has been battling stage 4 metastatic cancer for several years.

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Pull My Finger, Please…

Aug 15, 14 Pull My Finger, Please…

Posted by in Health, WTF???

As I was lying in bed last night, tossing and turning and full of…well…that not-so-ladylike noxious hot air, I began to wonder: Why have I been so gassy lately. Since I couldn’t sleep, I started going over what in the heck was up. What could be causing such a foul scenario in my boudoir almost every night for two weeks?

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