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She credits her long life to a diet tip a doctor gave her when she was 20 years old.
Sauna Shorts , a newfangled post-workout relaxer/weight loss contraption lined with a silicone heating element that adjusts from 95° F to 167° F to induce perspiration and increase blood flow to help reduce inflammation of joints and help soothe
after carbon dioxide -- that has been found responsible for climate change by trapping heat within the planet's atmosphere, and the new findings suggest that methane emissions could pose a greater risk to global warming than the government estimates.
She continued, "My job became the 'sweat collector.' I'd take a sponge and spoon and collect his sweat about an inch at a time. I thought we could water it down, but he said, 'No, that wouldn't be right.'" The couple eventually approached the MGM
Every day your body absorbs a wide range of substances, depending upon your diet and environment...For this reason, many individuals opt to do a detox to cleanse their systems of the substances that are making them feel sluggish, sick and just not
Today I found out why your palms get sweaty when you're nervous. Ever been on the edge of a cliff or looking out the window at the top of a skyscraper and your hands start to sweat? Or maybe it's when you're about to speak in front of an audience?
Pasta and depression, two thing you may have never heard in the same sentence, until now.. Not only is pasta fattening it also causes clinical depression says a new study. Researchers tracked 43,000 women, none of whom had depression at the beginning
Hibernation, unlike traditionally thought, may not be a response to harsh environmental conditions alone, suggests new research published last week in the journal Functional Ecology . Hibernation is usually regarded as an adaptation that enables
Spotted sweating like she was caught backsliding at Golden Corral by Weight Watchers on camera, the future Mrs. Punk (photographed above with director George Tillman Jr . at the movie premiere of The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete') can pretty
Researchers have moved closer to growing "therapeutic" brain cells in the laboratory that can be re-integrated back into patients' brains to treat a wide range of neurological conditions. Scientists are hopeful that ultimately these cells could be