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13 Comfort Foods That Burn Fat

They’re called “comfort” foods for a reason—they bring back warm memories, tickle your taste buds, and soothe your [more]

Viewpoint: FDA Approval of Overdose Antidote Leaves Lives on the Table

The FDA approved on Thursday the equivalent of an “epi-pen” for overdose prevention, an antidote auto-injector that even untrained [more]

The Best Longreads on Autism

Autism rates have skyrocketed in recent years, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control. Much of that has to do [more]

The Top 5 Places to Be a Teen (Sorry Kids, the U.S. is #6)

Despite the never-ending stream of TV shows glorifying teen life in America, kids in the U.S. don’t have it the best, according to a [more]

The ‘Love Hormone’ Can Make You Hate: Study

Corrected: April 5. The oxytocin hormone is often described as the “love hormone” or “cuddling chemical,” but [more]

3 Meningitis Deaths Reported in Los Angeles County

(LOS ANGELES) — Los Angeles County health officials say three of eight people who contracted bacterial meningitis this year have died [more]

How to Stop the Next Fort Hood Attack

Fort Hood tore down nondescript Building 42003 a couple of months ago. But razing the building didn’t remove the horrors of that [more]

Smoking Habits Fall in Primetime TV, and in Real Life

The pairing of beautiful people in Hollywood and cigarettes has been blamed for glamorizing smoking. In the 1940s and ’50s, even [more]

Don’t Blame PTSD for the Fort Hood Shooting

Shortly after America learned of another shooting Wednesday evening at Fort Hood, news outlets flashed alerts about the shooter’s [more]

FDA Expands Access to Overdose Antidote to Stem Opiate Addiction Epidemic

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first auto-injecting version of Naloxone as part of the government’s efforts [more]

Can You Die From Drinking Too Much Soda?

Parents of a 5-year-old girl who reportedly forced their daughter to drink more than two liters of soda and water were charged with [more]

Turning Individual Athletes Into Team Players

The debut of the team figure skating event Thursday at the Olympics didn’t go so well for the Americans. After less than stellar [more]

Merck to Dole Out $100 Million in NuvaRing Settlement

Merck & Co. agreed Friday to pay $100 million in product liability lawsuits that claimed its birth control product NuvaRing caused [more]

What Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Sponsor Could Have Done for Him

A haunting writeup in The New York Times Thursday detailed how actor Philip Seymour Hoffman spent his last days after relapsing back [more]

First Stroke Guidelines for Women Created

The American Heart Association outlined Thursday its first ever guidelines for primary care provider sand OBGYNs developed [more]

TV’s House Helps Solve Real-Life Medical Mystery

The medical-mystery drama House helped a German doctor diagnose a patient whose case had stumped every other doctor he had seen. [more]

For Many, Puerto Rico Retirement Far From Idyllic

(SAN GERMAN, Puerto Rico) — Maxi Fajardo smiles as she recalls moving to New York City from Puerto Rico in her late teens, falling in [more]

Doctor Diagnoses Man With Help from TV’s House

(LONDON) — If you’re unlucky enough to be stricken with a rare medical condition, you’d better hope your doctor watches [more]

Apple iWatch Watch: Is the Tech Giant Getting into the Fitness Biz?

Apple posted a job listing on its company’s website Thursday seeking an exercise physiologist to run cardiovascular fitness and [more]

New Technology Allows Amputee to Feel Objects with Artificial Hand

European researchers have created what they believe is the first hand prosthetic implant that would allow amputees to regain the sense [more]

Judge Strikes Down Part of Utah Polygamy Ban

A U.S. District Court judge ruled Friday that a key part of the state’s longstanding polygamy laws are unconstitutional, marking [more]

From Wedding to Funeral: When Being Newlywed Leads to Murder, Not Bliss

Earlier this week, a Montana woman pled guilty to an act that goes against society’s strongest expectations about what marriage is [more]

Drunk Driving Teen Avoids Jail Because of the Parenting He Received

Is bad parenting an excuse for murder? That’s what Scott Brown, attorney for Ethan Couch and an expert witness psychologist, [more]

Jay-Z and Beyoncé Are Vegan! Why You Shouldn’t Follow Their Lead

Since early last week, music industry power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z have gone vegan, as part of a 22-day diet plan. According to [more]

Smoke from E-Cigs Still Poses Some Second-Hand Risk

It’s not real tobacco smoke, but the emissions from electronic cigarettes can still contain harmful ingredients. A new study [more]

Why You Should Believe Liars When They Say They’re Lying

It’s because a new study shows that people — including liars — are more honest than you think.Researchers from the [more]

The HPV Vaccine and the Case for Race-Based Medicine

The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, approved in 2006, protects against strains of the virus responsible for 70% of cervical [more]

The Connection Between Left-Handedness and Schizophrenia

About 10% of the population is left-handed, but 40% of those with schizophrenia are, according to a new study. That suggests that [more]

U.S.’s Report Card on Premature Births: An “A” for Effort, but “C” Overall

For six consecutive years, the U.S. has successfully lowered the rate of preterm births, to 11.5%. But that still falls short of the [more]

Study: Smoking Makes You Look Older

A study of 79 pairs of twins — each with one smoker and one non-smoker — indicates that cigarette users are likely to get wrinkles [more]

Textual Relations: Couples Who Text Too Much Aren’t As In Love As They Want You To Think

Strong relationships are built on communication, or so the experts say. So digital relationships fueled by a torrent of texts should be [more]

Belgium Mulls Law To Allow Euthanasia For Kids

The ruling Socialist party in Belgium has proposed a bill that would allow euthanasia for children. Belgium legalized euthanasia for [more]

Bad News About Your Favorite Health Apps: They Don’t Work

They promise a lot — from helping you to burn “fuel” to shedding pounds, but when it comes to making a difference in [more]

FDA: Imported Spices Have Double Salmonella Risk

(WASHINGTON) — The Food and Drug Administration says almost 7 percent of imported spices over a three-year period were contaminated [more]

New Imaging Device Gives Insights Into Hearing

A new  brain imaging machine, unveiled at an Australian university on Tuesday, will help scientists better understand how the brain [more]

VA: 6 Deaths Linked to Delays in Cancer Screens

(WASHINGTON) — Six deaths have been linked to delayed screenings for colorectal cancer at the veterans medical center in Columbia, [more]

Before You Straighten Up Your Desk, Read This

In the dystopian future, there will only be two tribes: those with messy desks and those with orderly ones. The messy desk people will [more]

Why Your Parents Don’t Approve of Your Husband (or Wife)

Hint: it’s all about the genes. Well before, and well after Romeo and Juliet, lovers have lived with parents who disapproved of [more]

California Hopes To Approve Condom Use in Prisons

Sex may not be allowed in prisons, but the reality is that it still occurs, and because condoms are contraband, the sex is unprotected. [more]

Behind the “Unlikes:” Understanding Why People Quit Facebook

Nearly three-quarters of American adults use social media, so quitting Facebook — committing “virtual identity suicide” [more]

Why Paying Kids to Do Homework Can Backfire

Money talks, right? So why should kids be any less susceptible to what the dollars are telling them? They aren’t, and [more]

Colonoscopies Could Prevent 40% of Colorectal Cancers

Katie Couric was right about colonoscopies. They aren’t fun, but they lower cancer risk and save lives. After the popular [more]

How to Find the Right Flu Vaccine

When you visit your doctor for your annual flu shot, don’t be surprised if he sounds more like your local bartender and asks, [more]

IVF Breakthrough With First Successful Abdominal Ovarian Tissue Graft Pregnancy

In a world first, doctors in Australia have helped a woman get pregnant using ovarian tissue grafted into her abdomen. Identified only [more]

How Brushing Your Teeth Lowers Your Risk of Cancer

HPV-caused throat cancer made headlines in June when the Guardian reported that actor Michael Douglas contracted throat cancer not [more]

Eat This Now: Rainbow Carrots

Are farmer’s markets carrots looking a little funky to you lately? Deep purple, dark red, white and bright yellow varieties may [more]

Wealthy Selfies: How Being Rich Increases Narcissism

The rich really are different — and, apparently more self-absorbed, according to the latest research. That goes against the [more]

Siblings of Autistic Children at a Higher Risk for the Disorder; Can That Risk Be Lowered?

More research finds a family-based risk of autism among siblings, which raises the question of what parents can do to lower the risk [more]

Back To Class: Three Ways School Meals (and Snacks) Will Look Different

With the average American child spending up more than 20 hours a week in school, it follows that they’re doing a good part of [more]

  • 13 Comfort Foods That Burn Fat

    They’re called “comfort” foods for a reason—they bring back warm memories, tickle your taste buds, and soothe your soul. Though some comfort foods are deep-fried, covered in…

  • Viewpoint: FDA Approval of Overdose Antidote Leaves Lives on the Table

    The FDA approved on Thursday the equivalent of an “epi-pen” for overdose prevention, an antidote auto-injector that even untrained people can use to save the lives of those who have overdosed on…

  • The Best Longreads on Autism

    Autism rates have skyrocketed in recent years, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control. Much of that has to do with our growing awareness of the disorder. But despite what we…

  • The Top 5 Places to Be a Teen (Sorry Kids, the U.S. is #6)

    Despite the never-ending stream of TV shows glorifying teen life in America, kids in the U.S. don’t have it the best, according to a new study. In fact, the Center for Strategic and International…

  • The ‘Love Hormone’ Can Make You Hate: Study

    Corrected: April 5. The oxytocin hormone is often described as the “love hormone” or “cuddling chemical,” but there might be a darker side to it. Not only does it make you…

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The Best Longreads on Autism
Autism rates have skyrocketed in recent years, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control. Much of that has to do with our growing awareness of the disorder. But despite what we are learning about the possible origins and causes of autism, which has no cure, it continues to frustrate and perplex.MoreOne in 68: Living With AutismU.S. Autism Rates Jump 30% From 2012Men Charged With Toppling Ancient Rock ...
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15 مليار ريال تستعاد من التجار المماطلين
أكد الشيخ خالد بن علي آل داود وكيل وزارة العدل لشؤون الحجز والتنفيذ أن محاكم التنفيذ في جميع مناطق السعودية استطاعت خلال 5 أشهر استرداد 14.7 مليار ريال لأصحابها بعد أن استقبلت 35.674 ألف طلب "استرداد حقوق" من مواطنين ومقيمين. وقال آل داود إن نظام التنفيذ رد حقوق المواطنين بكل حزم وقوة، بعد المماطلة والتلاعب بأموال الناس التي تسبب فيها "التجار والمستثمرون" دون وجه حق، وفقا لصحيفة الاقتصادية. ولفت إلى أن قضاء ...
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Corrected: April 5.The oxytocin hormone is often described as the “love hormone” or “cuddling chemical,” but there might be a darker side to it. Not only does it make you feel all loved-up and happy, but also contribute to intolerance and violence, a 2011 study suggests.In the study, professor of psychology at the University of Amsterdam Carsten de Dreu found that the loved-up feeling you get when flooded with oxytocin ...
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(LOS ANGELES) — Los Angeles County health officials say three of eight people who contracted bacterial meningitis this year have died — and all three had sex with other men.On Wednesday, health officials urged gay men to be vaccinated against the invasive meningococcal disease, which can spread through close contact such as kissing or sharing drinks.However, authorities say the men didn’t have direct contact with each other and there’s no ...
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Despite the never-ending stream of TV shows glorifying teen life in America, kids in the U.S. don’t have it the best, according to a new study.In fact, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the International Youth Foundation, said this week that Australia scored the highest on the “Global Youth Wellbeing Index” released this week.The study vetted 30 countries in total and is based on a smattering of indicators ...
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The pairing of beautiful people in Hollywood and cigarettes has been blamed for glamorizing smoking. In the 1940s and ’50s, even cartoon characters like Fred Flinstone smoked on television.We’re much less likely to see cigarettes in movies and television now, thanks to the 1964 Surgeon General’s report on smoking’s health risks and the 1970 Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act, which banned cigarette advertising on television. While it’s well known that ...
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توصلت دراسة أمريكية إلى أن التمرينات الرياضية في العقد الثالث من العمر قد تحمي المخ في منتصف العمر. وتعمل الأنشطة التي تحافظ على اللياقة البدنية للقلب – مثل الجري والسباحة وركوب الدراجات – على تحسين مهارات التفكير والذاكرة على مدى عشرين عاما قادمة. ويقول العلماء إن الدراسة، التي نشرت في مجلة طب الأعصاب، تدعم الأدلة التي تؤكد أن الحالة الجيدة للقلب تؤثر بصورة إيجابية على المخ. وتعد اللياقة البدنية للقلب مقياسا على مدى ...
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هل الشقراوات أكثر ذكاء من غيرهن؟
توصل باحثون سويديون إلى نتيجة مفادها أن الشُّقر وبصفة خاصة الشقراوات، يتفوقن على غيرهن في اختبارات درجة الذكاء والوعي المكاني. وتابع فريق من علماء علم الإنسان في بوراس وسط السويد على مدى أربعة أعوام 30 ألف شخص. وقالت الباحثة صوفيا هاكانسون، إثر الرصد الذي أجري، "ربما آن الأوان لكي ننهي التهكم حول الشقراوات". وأضافت: "بينت دراستنا في نهاية المطاف أن الشقر أكثر ذكاء في المتوسط، ولكن ليس كثيراً. ينطبق ذلك على الشقر ...
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The Best Longreads on Autism
15 مليار ريال تستعاد من التجار المماطلين
The ‘Love Hormone’ Can Make You Hate: Study
3 Meningitis Deaths Reported in Los Angeles County
The Top 5 Places to Be a Teen
Smoking Habits Fall in Primetime TV, and in
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هل الشقراوات أكثر ذكاء من غيرهن؟

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