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Hollywood moms before and after baby

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Don’t hate on them because they’re famous. And rich. Hate on them because they look so darn good so soon after having kids. Health Rss

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Coffee sold in California could carry cancer warning labels

LOS ANGELES — A future cup of coffee in California could give you jitters before you even take a sip. A nonprofit group wants coffee manufacturers, distributors and retailers to post ominous warnings about a cancer-causing chemical stewing in every ...

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One in six new HIV patients in Europe are seniors

We have to talk about HIV and safe sex with older adults. In Europe, one in six new cases of HIV are people over age 50, researchers from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) reported this week. ...

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This surgery is connected to the highest risk of opioid addiction

Some people who become addicted to opioid pain relievers begin taking the drugs out of need after painful surgeries and over-prescribing doctors. The combination of surgeries and the prescriptions for opioids handed out by doctors to their patients in 2016 ...

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Science targets new link to belly fat

In the never-ending battle of the bulge, there’s some swell news. Inflammation could be linked to harmful belly fat, according to a new Yale study. That’s of special significance for middle-aged and older people who don’t burn fat as efficiently ...

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Cancer patient's 'tumor' turns out to be toy he swallowed as kid

A British man accidentally inhaled a toy as a child that appeared to be a tumor to his doctors 40 years later. A plastic Playmobil toy traffic cone was found by doctors in the lung of a 47-year-old man that ...

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The oops of Goop — a look at Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle brand

Goop there it is. When Gywneth Paltrow isn’t turning in such performances as Pepper Potts in Marvel’s “Iron Man” franchise and the answer to the question of “What’s in the box?” at the end of 1995’s classic crime thriller “Seven,” ...

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Health risks revealed for coffee roastery workers

If you process coffee beans as your daily grind, it could be harmful to your lungs. So cautions Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers who found that workers who roast, scoop, weigh, grind or package coffee at commercial plants ...

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5 things you need to know about paying for addiction treatment

Addiction is a disease that requires treatment just like any other illness. Determining how to help a loved one — or yourself — is hard enough even before thinking about cost. Unfortunately, accessing care for addiction, also known as substance ...

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Losing weight can save you lots of money

The more weight you lose, the more money you can save. Researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore have calculated just how much money an obese person can save by losing weight. According to the study, ...

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