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Ever wonder how actors put on massive amounts of muscle in a few months? We see magazine articles telling us their “secret” recipes and work out routines… Sad sadly, I’m not buying it. Where are you on the chart?  Some 40-year-old actor eats more yams and ends up with gains a 20-year-old would be proud of? Let’s just be obvious. They ...

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Life Hack for Eliminating Damaging Toxins

Hi, Danielle Marshall here. I didn’t believe a word of this until I tried it myself… A ground-breaking discovery published in the medical journal Age and Aging has sent shockwaves through the medical community, because it’s all set to change the way the world fights illness and disease forever. Take a look at this Apparently, without a constant supply of THIS little-known antioxidant in your ...

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AI Can Diagnose Heart Disease and Lung Cancer More Accurately Than Doctors

(FUTURISM) – Improved Diagnosis Artificial intelligence (AI) has already proven useful in the healthcare industry, and now, two newly developed AI diagnostics systems could change how doctors diagnose heart disease and lung cancer. Cardiologists are very good at their jobs, but they’re not infallible. To determine whether or not something’s wrong with a patient’s heart, a cardiologist will assess the ...

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Nosing into Frankincense and Myrrh

What is it about frankincense and myrrh that rates them with gold, as related in the ancient tales about wise men in the East bearing gifts? For that matter, what are these two famous and fabled substances? Both frankincense (Boswellia carterii) and myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) come from trees that grow almost exclusively in the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula. ...

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The Diabetic’s Christmas

Sugar Plums – yes, really! (Photo by Larry Crowe-AP) Ah, Christmas! The very idea conjures up visions of sugarplums – whatever those are – to accompany the smells of cinnamon and pine that many enjoy every December. As a child, one memory that stands out is making Christmas cookies. Baking was some mysterious alchemy that mom and grandma took charge ...

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Mysterious Mistletoe

One enduring Christmas tradition worth preserving is kissing underneath a sprig of mistletoe, often suspended in a cunning way from ceiling or doorway. Any tradition involving kissing is worth keeping, am I right? But why mistletoe, exactly? Mistletoe – or Viscum album – is a parasitic plant that sucks the life force out of its innocent host tree, to the ...

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The Jean Broida Fit-for-Life Challenge

  From the televised days of Jack Lalanne (the “Godfather of Fitness” from the 1950s to 1980s) to Richard Simmons to Jane Fonda, exercise gurus have promoted the health benefits of getting up off your rear end and shaking your booty. People who, as youths, played sports or worked out, are better prepared to stay fit in the elder years, ...

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