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Fewer overweight Americans are trying to shed pounds: study

I’m here, I’m a sphere, get used to it? Fewer overweight or obese adults are trying to lose weight, according to a study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The Georgia Southern University researchers, using data on 27,350 adults from the National Health
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Sex might make you happier at work, study says

Today in “duh”: People who get laid might be happier at work, according to a recent study. Married men and women who made sex during off-hours a priority were more satisfied and engaged at their jobs the next day, Oregon State University researchers found in a two-week survey study. “Th
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Chefs of the future face off in Recipe Rescue cooking competition

At 13, Isaiah Cuzco knows his way around a kitchen. The teen grew up watching his grandfather concoct homemade recipes in their Staten Island home and the cooking bug bit him young. “He was always the one motivating me to do better with cooking and everything,” Isaiah said of his grandfat
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A daily stroll reduces the risk of erectile dysfunction: study

When it comes to love, some men will walk to the end of the earth to find it. But in a couple of studies from the past, a much shorter 2-mile walk a day is just as effective in retaining good sexual health. The studies demonstrate that if men want to reduce their risk of erectile dysfunction (E
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Something to Wine About: Vinos to keep winter’s chill away

The cold weather is something I admit I whine about, so I'm always searching for good warming wines to get me through the chilly winter nights. Thankfully, there are many awesome wines out there that will do just that. And surprisingly, not all are red. Acumen Mountainside Cabernet Sauvignon
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U.S. adults with hearing loss projected to nearly double

Can you hear me now? If you’re an adult living in the year 2060, there’s an increasing chance you won’t. The number of Americans aged 20 and older who suffer from hearing loss is expected to nearly double over the next 43 years, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins University. Re
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Actually, the weather has nothing to do with your aching joints

It’s official (again): Changes in weather aren’t to blame for body aches — no matter how insistently relatives rant that rain or wind or heat wreaks havoc with their back and joints. Such complaints have been going on for centuries, but they weren’t true then and they’re not true now, p
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How models and celebrities make their skin get that ‘glow’

With New York Fashion Week recently coming to an end, people are still abuzz after catching the season's newest trends in fashion. Designers have wrapped up months of hard work and models have finished walking the runways to thousands of flashbulbs, capturing their every move. For dermatologist
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I use Lent to get bikini-season ready

For many Catholics, the 40-day period of Lent is something to be dreaded. For me, it’s an excuse to get bikini-season ready. Sure, it’s a solemn religious observance. But it’s also the perfect path to more superficial goals. And if I can stay in God’s good graces and drop a few pounds i
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Standing while eating could eventually make you fat

Standing up to eat could make you fat. That’s what nutritionists and doctors say about eating big meals upright — that shameless habit you have of feasting on takeout over your kitchen counter, or at trendy new standing-only restaurants. At Ikinari Steak, a Japanese joint that opened its
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