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They continue that "eating slowly may help to increase feelings of satiety before an excessive amount of food is ingested" - that is, it gives your body time to register that you've eaten something. The key to weight loss could be slowing down and enjoying your food , a new study claims. Interestingly, skipping breakfast does nothing to decrease weight.
  • Oracle rodent predicts six more weeks of winter for the US

    Oracle rodent predicts six more weeks of winter for the US

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    If he does not see his shadow , there will be an early spring. Winter might last longer in the Pacific Northwest and the Northern Plains states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains, as some lingering snowy and rainy effects of the La Niña winter weather pattern stick around.
  • Florida Nurse posted epic rant on Facebook on Flu season

    Florida Nurse posted epic rant on Facebook on Flu season

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    A mother of four, Lockler conceded that her tone in the video fell off somewhat like a mother conversing with her young children, yet she didn't intend to undermine anybody's insight in the video. "The message is still right on the money, but if the tone was offensive, that was not the intention". A harsh flu season is in full swing across the United States, with a sharp increase in the number of older people and children being hospitalized, according to the CDC .
  • Aamir Khan posts picture with a sanitary pad

    Aamir Khan posts picture with a sanitary pad

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    Alia Bhatt takes up the challenge thrown by Akshay Kumar to share her picture with a sanitary pad. He also challenged his co-star Sonam Kapoor and today, she posted a picture on her Instagram account. I accept your #padmanchallenge Yes that's a Pad in my hand & I don't feel weird. The movie Padman is based on the life of entrepreneur Arunachalam Muruganantham, who made low-priced sanitary pads for the women of his village.
  • National Wear Red Day: Why do we wear red?

    National Wear Red Day: Why do we wear red?

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    The day helps raise awareness and advocate for more research for women's heart health. Over the next few months, Baton Rouge General Hospital will host several heart health education and screening opportunities created to help people better understand their health and what they can do to reduce their risk of heart disease .
  • Vaping Increase the Risk of Smoking Among Young People

    Vaping Increase the Risk of Smoking Among Young People

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    The Surgeon General in their report also warned that e-cigarettes contain nicotine, which is addictive and has adverse effects on cognitive development. Natural DNA fix mechanisms were also suppressed in the mice exposed to the smoke. The lung and bladder cells that were exposed to nicotine turned into tumor tissue more easily.
  • NCAA Knew About Sexual Assault Against Gymnasts Since 2010

    NCAA Knew About Sexual Assault Against Gymnasts Since 2010

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    ESPN's bombshell report on Friday afternoon detailed instances of allegations sexual assault and violence against women at Michigan State among the Spartans football and men's basketball team that had previously been unreported. "What I really got from the experience with Mark Emmert was that governing body governs him", Redmond said. Michigan State President Lou Anna Simon resigned Wednesday and the school's athletic director, Mark Hollis, said he was retiring Friday.
  • Gov. Bevin declares January 28 statewide Day of Prayer

    Gov. Bevin declares January 28 statewide Day of Prayer

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    The shooting Tuesday at Marshall County High School left two students dead, 14 wounded by gunfire and others injured in the rush to escape the violence. More than a dozen people were shot and two of them were killed in the rampage at Marshall County High School on Tuesday. The two fatalities were 15 years old: Bailey Nicole Holt died at the scene, and Preston Ryan Cope died later at a hospital, Kentucky State Police Commissioner Richard Sanders said.
  • Five Things to Know: Flu season hits hard

    Five Things to Know: Flu season hits hard

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    In its latest report, the CDC said the virus is present in every state, with 32 states reporting severe flu activity. Of the hospitalizations, 96 were from Cleveland County. "Last year was influenza B; this year is more the A, the H3N2", she said. "The flu is more than just 'a bad cold.' It's a serious respiratory illness that's easily spread from person to person, usually when the person with the flu coughs or sneezes", said Dr.
  • Iran 'concerned' by Turkish assault on northern Syria

    Iran 'concerned' by Turkish assault on northern Syria

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    Media captionWhy is Turkey attacking Syria? The editor of a left-wing Turkish Cypriot newspaper on Monday accused Turkey's president of instructing supporters to launch a violent attack against his publication's offices over criticism for Ankara's military offensive into Syria.
  • Saudi coalition shoots down Yemen missile

    Saudi coalition shoots down Yemen missile

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    The coalition pledged funding of 40 million US dollars for the expansion of ports to accommodate additional humanitarian shipment, adding that it would set up an air corridor between Riyadh and the central Yemeni province of Marib to run multiple aid flights of C130 cargo planes.
  • Office of profit case: AAP MLAs will approach Prez, says Sisodia

    Office of profit case: AAP MLAs will approach Prez, says Sisodia

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    AAP spokesperson Raghav Chadha soon after the EC recommendation tweeted, "EC hasn't even heard the OoP matter on merits and now makes ill-founded recommendations without giving AAP MLAs an opportunity of being heard". He also hit out at the BJP, saying it wants elections so that all schemes and projects initiated by the AAP government can be derailed. "There is a tacit understating between BJP and AAP, which is why EC has delayed the recommendation", he claimed .
  • Sharapova and Kerber in third round blockbuster

    Sharapova and Kerber in third round blockbuster

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    A much-hyped match between two former Australian champions was no contest: 2016 victor Angelique Kerber beat Maria Sharapova 6-1, 6-3 on Rod Laver Arena to open the night program. "But I was really trying to not think about everything around and everything about the match, about against who I was playing". "My ankle is, I don't know how it is because I don't feel it anymore!" Kerber and Sharapova were the only previous Australian Open champions in the draw and by this meeting were the ...
  • Flu-related deaths confirmed in Georgia

    Flu-related deaths confirmed in Georgia

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    Over the last 13 years there have only been two seasons where the CDC has characterized the flu season as "high severity". Health officials are urging anyone with any sign of flu symptoms to stay home so they don't put others at risk.