The Two Basic Changes That Helped This Guy Get Jacked

When Stephen Chase graduated high school, he weighed just 135 pounds. He knew that wasn’t healthy, but he was having a difficult time managing even just his physical health. He felt that his emaciated physique was the result of a pretty bad break up, and both his physical and mental struggles left him feeling like trash, with no motivation to […]

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Going vegan could reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes

Going vegan or vegetarian could lower your risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests. Researchers in the United States analysed nine studies on 307,099 participants with 23,544 cases of type 2 diabetes. They found a significant decrease in the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes and following ‘plant-based dietary patterns’ – veganism, vegetarianism, and the general higher consumption […]

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SECRETS OF AN A-LIST BODY: This week, how to get Beyoncé’s bottom

SECRETS OF AN A-LIST BODY: This week, how to get Beyoncé’s bottom The golden gown Beyoncé wore to The Lion King premiere last week revealed her shapely posterior.  Fitness is a big part of the 37-year-old mother-of-three’s life.  To maintain her famous curves she works out three to five times a week and reportedly puts in several hours a day […]

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How to sleep: Seven ways to feeler cooler in bed during a heatwave

Sleep is integral to a person’s health, and not getting enough can result in a number of problems. Most of us need around eight hours of good-quality sleep a night. As well as making a person feel grumpy, lack of sleep can increase the risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes, and shorten life expectancy. Hot temperatures can disrupt a […]

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Mice are made to ‘hallucinate’ in a move that could help schizophrenia

Mice are made to ‘hallucinate’ without LSD or magic mushrooms in a move that ‘could help treat schizophrenia’ by improving understanding of the brain Rodents were trained to drink water when they saw a vertical black line Scientists looked at which nerve cells were activated when the mice saw the line  Stimulating these neurones caused the animals to ‘hallucinate’ the […]

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Man tries ‘every diet’ and reveals what weight loss method really works

There are a lot of weight loss plans out there, like Slimming World, WW (perviously known as Weight Watchers) and LighterLife. One man claims to have tried everything from the Dukan Diet, the South Beach, the Paleo and the 5:2, the Liverpool Echo reports. Marco Holst turned to intermittent fasting, low-carb, restricting calories and “every diet in the book”, according […]

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Survey shows progress in digitising nursing care in Germany

Nursing services and facilities in Germany are increasingly working digitally, and private providers in particular are well positioned. This was shown by a recent online survey conducted by the Federal Association of Private Providers of Social Services (bpa). The bpa has now published a press release looking at which areas of work in German nursing care are particularly well digitised. WHAT […]

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WTH Is A Twin Flame, And What Are The Signs You’ve Found Yours?

Whenever you meet a potential new suitor, you go through all the usual stuff to make sure you’re compatible: how your values and life goals line up, whether they’ll actually watch The Bachelorette with you. Later, as things heat up, you’ll probably compare zodiac sign compatibility—purely to confirm you’re a match, of course. While that’s great and all, there’s something way better: finding […]

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Health Ministry proposes minimum standards for clinical establishments

There has to be a minimum space requirement for carrying out basic functions of the facility as prescribed in the rules. THE HEALTH Ministry has proposed “minimum standards of facilities and services” for clinical establishments. The standards will be applicable to clinics offering both Ayush and allopathy services. According to the minimum standards proposed in the amendments for the Clinical […]

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