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Here’s why you get cancer, America: study

Hey America: You’re still too fat, you eat too much junk, you don’t get enough exercise—and, seriously? You’re still smoking? And one more thing: get with the SPF already! That’s according to a new report from the American Cancer Society. The organization issues its Cancer Prevention
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Recycling body fat is ‘green’ plastic surgery trend

It seems like everyone today is on board with the "green movement." Recycling bins are commonplace in public venues like concerts or sporting events. No longer is it acceptable to throw trash haphazardly from our car windows. Boxes made from "recycled material" seem to be de
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Ex- MMA Fighter Anthony Johnson Flirting With Cannabis Industry

Another week, another MMA fighter showing serious interest in marijuana. Following Nate Diaz’s comments regarding “banking out” with the cannabis industry, Anthony Johnson revealed his post-career plans and it too involves the industry. Speaking on former pro wrestler Booker T’s podcast
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Crypto outbreaks linked to swimming (and poop!) on the rise: CDC

“Caddyshack” said it best — “Doodie!” As in, Poop. In The. Pool. Eww. And where there’s No. 2 there could be Cryptosporidium, aka Crypto, a parasite that lives in the intestine of infected humans (or animals) and is the most common cause of diarrhea. The Centers for Disease Control
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The MTA can help you lose weight

That Metrocard may be as good as a gym membership. Researchers have determined that higher mass transit use is linked to lower obesity rates in counties across the country. When a mass transit system is "healthy" and operational, it promotes more walking and other health-promoting act
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Being overweight can ruin your smile: study

Heavy news for your smile: Researchers have found an association between being overweight and periodontal disease and conditions of the teeth and mouth. Nothing wrecks a selfie like sore, red, bleeding gums. The study, published in the journal Oral Diseases, followed 160 subjects and observed o
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Home abortions may be just as safe as clinic procedures: study

LONDON — Medical abortions done at home with online help and pills sent in the mail appear to be just as safe as those done at a clinic, according to a new study. The research tracked the outcomes of 1,000 women in Ireland and Northern Ireland, who used a website run by a group called Women o
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Don’t stop eating sushi despite parasite warning, doctor says

Slow your roll — the odds of getting a parasite from eating sushi is unlikely, doctors assure. Raw fish lovers were hit with a wave of worry recently when a report revealed that anisakiasis, an illness caused by eating parasite-spoiled seafood, is on the rise in Western countries. But New Yor
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Here are 11 U.S. Presidents who smoked marijuana

While we can all think of one President who could benefit from the relaxing benefits of some kind bud, Donald Trump is in one very literal way, a sober man. Other presidents, not so much. Through documentation and research, we can firmly conclude at least four modern Presidents used cannabis. O
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Your neighborhood may be driving you to drink: study

A new study shows that living in poor, “disorganized” neighborhoods matters more when looking at how much alcohol a person drinks than their proximity to bars or stores that sell booze. The link between poverty and alcoholism is established. But the new research out of the University of Was
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