Healthy Lifestyle

Boy Playing With Sister Spots VERY NASTY Surprise In Her Mouth, Mom Completely Freaks Out

Here we have a boy playing with his sister, tickling her and constructing her chuckle. Then the son spots something odd in his sisters mouth. Shocked, he then immediately tells his mom what he saw. The 11 -year-old boy, Aaron, from the UK noticed the oddity in his 7-year-old sister Amys mouth while tickling her, …

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The U.S. Ranks 13 th In Happiness. Here’s How We Get To No. 1.

If you’re happy and you know it, the United Nations knows why. Ahead of the International Day of Happiness on March 20, the U.N. simply published its 2016 World Happiness Report, complete with insights into how the most cheerful countries get that way. Of the 157 countries listed in the report, the U.S. ranks 13 …

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There’s Only One Problem With Beyonce’s Lemonade Recipe

In case you missed it, on Saturday Beyonce released “Lemonade, ” a 12 -track visual album that captured the entire world’s attention when it debuted on HBO. Woven between songs were interludes of spoken word, one of which captured the attention of our food-loving hearts — a recipe for her grandmother’s lemonade. Take one pint …

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Life expectancy differs by 20 years between some US districts

( CNN) Life expectancy at birth differs by as much as 20 years between the lowest and highest United States counties, according to new research published Monday in the medical publication JAMA Internal Medicine. Dr. Christopher J.L. Murray, lead author of such studies and director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the …

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Can ‘climate kids’ take over governments and win?

( CNN) At Jamie Margolin’s high school in Seattle, kids joke about inheriting a ticking time bomb. Around the time Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, Margolin decided she wouldn’t simply accept it. “When you turn on the news, it’s not like ‘Hello, the world is ending and there’s a short quantity of time to fix …

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