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My Hot New Roommate Told Me’ It’s Not Cheating If You Don’t Touch’ And That’s How It Started

A couple of years ago Jessica and I were ready to move out of our home. We were engaged to be married early the next year, and while Im sure Jessica had different reasons, a large part of the motivation for me was to have somewhere we could fuck without feeling like we were doing …

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Moov get into mindfulness with launching of’ Sanity& Self’ app for women

Moov, the wearable manufacturer best known for its line of fitness trackers with their accompanying digital coach-and-fours, is today branching off into mindfulness. The company is the latest to join the self-care craze, with the launch of a new app focused on mindfulness and meditation, Sanity& Self. However, unlike most of today’s meditation apps, Sanity& …

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Lisa Rinna’s daughter Amelia Gray Hamlin reveals battle with anorexia

( CNN) Amelia Gray Hamlin, the daughter of performers Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin, took to Instagram on Sunday to reveal that she struggled with anorexia. “Last year at this time there was no doubt that I was not okay, ” Hamlin wrote in the captiom. “Not merely physically but also mentally. I feel like …

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Four behavioral economics strategies for improving customer financial health

Kristen Berman Contributor Kristen Berman is a co-founder of Duke’s Common Cents Lab with Professor Dan Ariely. Common Cents is generously supported by MetLife Foundation. Kristen was on the founding team of Google’s behavioral economics team, and was previously the founder of Irrational Labs, a behavioral economics nonprofit focused on health and happiness. More posts …

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East Germany’s old ours transformed into new pond district

Despite a 2.2 bn regeneration program, the Lusatian Lake District project, on land once occupied by the GDRs industrial heartland, remains relatively unknown to non-east Germans. So we took a tour This was once one of the dirtiest areas in East Germany, says Sren, my tour guide from IBA Tours, as our motorcycles swoosh through …

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I conquered my eating disorder- but I couldn’t have done it without help | Caroline Jones

Bulimia is a complex illness , not a shameful weakness young patients need specialist treatment For the entire decade of my 20 s, and spilling a little either side into my teens and my 30 s, my coping mechanism for life was my eating disorder: bulimia. It was what I used as a teen at …

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Indian doctors protest against plan to let’ quacks’ practise medication

Indian Medical Association says short bridging courses for traditional healers will lead to army of half-baked doctors Indian physicians have accused the government of seeking to “sanction quackery” by proposing to allow homeopaths and others trained in alternative remedies to practise conventional medicine after taking a bridging course. Doctors at private hospitals held protests on …

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Surgeons Accidentally Removed A Woman’s Kidney During A Back Operation

A Florida surgeon has landed himself with a $3,000 fine for his part in a back surgery that resulted in a woman’s kidney being accidentally removed, according to a complaint from the State of Florida’s Department of Health. The botched back operation took place in April 2016 at the Wellington Regional Medical Center in Florida. …

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Mom’s sweet tooth may be linked to child’s allergies, study says

( CNN) Women who eat too many sugary foods and beverages during pregnancy may be increasing their children’s risk of developing an allergyor allergic asthma, according to a study published Thursday in the European Respiratory Journal. The researchers looked at allergies that make respiratory and skin symptoms, including dust mites, cats and grass. “Allergic asthma” …

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