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All The Products You Need To Get A Great Workout At Home

As told by an Ironwoman. BuzzFeed / Andrew Richard We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. This is my sister, Caroline, eight-time Ironman. For the unacquainted, an Ironman triathlon consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike, and a 26.2-mile run (that ...

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14 Pimple-Popping Posts That'll Gross You TF Out

WARNING: Delightfully graphic content ahead. NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART! If popping pimples (or seeing them popped) is something that satisfies you on a deeper level, then drop whatever you’re doing. Why, you ask? Because BuzzFeed has covered tons of gross AF pimple pops over the years, and with some of the best ones now in one place (below), ...

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9 Types Of Sex Every Couple Has In The First Two Years

After a while you really stop caring about morning breath. The Minimum-Effort Quickie For when you’re both exhausted, but you wanna come before you go to sleep. An essential skill for any long-term couple. Flo Perry / BuzzFeed The We Haven’t Done It In A While For when you’ve both been really busy at work and you want to remember ...

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NIH Fetal Research Plan Blocked in House Panel's Draft Bill

WASHINGTON — A House subcommittee’s draft 2018 spending plan would prohibit federal funds from being spent on research that uses fetal tissue, a symbolic win for conservatives who are also taking aim at money for family planning and public health programs around the country. The proposal from the House Appropriations health subcommittee is unlikely to be enacted, and the restriction ...

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More non-doctors providing U.S. nursing home healthcare

As the U.S. healthcare system grows to accommodate more aging patients, nursing home care is increasingly being delivered by specialized nurses and physician assistants, according to a recent study. In the past decade, the number of doctors in nursing homes has dropped as the number of “skilled nursing facility specialists” has almost doubled, the researchers report in JAMA Internal Medicine. ...

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Mexico suspends Colombian dairy imports due to foot and mouth disease

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s agriculture sanitation authority SENASICA said on Friday it has suspended all dairy imports from Colombia after new outbreaks of foot and mouth disease were detected in the Andean country. Colombian authorities said two new outbreaks of the disease were discovered in the central Cundinamarca department, where there are six dairy processing plants authorized to export ...

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Dying veterans boost participation in hospice care

(Reuters Health) – An initiative to enroll dying veterans in hospice care appears to be working, and its success may offer clues for how to persuade others who are terminally ill to join the highly lauded end-of-life program, a new study shows. After the U.S. Veterans Administration implemented its Comprehensive End of Life Care Initiative in 2009, growth of enrollment ...

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Sidelined healthcare lobby stymies Republican healthcare effort

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Senate Republicans pushing to overhaul Obamacare largely ignored key players in the debate over insuring the poor: the health insurers and hospitals charged with carrying out the law if it gets approved. Instead, conservative groups such as Heritage Action for America won the ears of Senate Republicans when it came to changing the Medicaid insurance program for ...

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Less stress might mean lower blood sugar for overweight women

(Reuters Health) – An eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program not only reduces stress, but could also lower blood sugar, U.S. researchers say. “Our study suggests that MBSR could be a useful tool for preventing or treating diabetes in patients with overweight or obesity,” lead author Dr. Nazia Raja-Khan from Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey, Pennsylvania, said by ...

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Fewer U.S. hospitals can care for children

In Massachusetts, a child who winds up in an emergency room – whether for a routine or a serious problem – is likely to be transferred to a second hospital for care, a “potentially concerning” trend that’s being reported by physicians throughout the United States, researchers say. At the root, they maintain, is the disappearance of pediatric community hospital care. ...

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