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Stimulating Your Self-Image

divinecaroline.com — For me, I’m not afraid to say it: I watch porn. I enjoy—and have my own personal collection of—particular flavors of pornography. Adult films are simply one form of intimate entertainment that I share with my husband in our efforts to keep our sex life healthy. Even in years past, when I was a single woman, I was not at all averse to occasionally..More… (Health)

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Caffeine Can Cause Hallucinations

livescience.com — The researchers found that people with a caffeine intake that high, whether it came from coffee, tea, chocolate or caffeinated energy drinks or pills, had a three-times-higher tendency to hear voices and see things that were not there than those who consumed the equivalent of a half-cup of brewed coffee (or one cup of instant coffee). More… (Health)

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9 Ways to Save Money While Staying Fit

living.health.com — Two of the most popular New Year’s resolutions are to get in shape and save money. It’s unfortunate, then, that these two goals often seem to contradict each other. After all, it costs money to join a gym, to eat healthy, and to buy fitness gear. These nine easy ways to get started without breaking your budget.More… (Health)

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Tampa, Fla., most caffeinated U.S. city

msnbc.msn.com — Tampa, Fla., tops the charts as the most caffeinated city in the United States, followed by Seattle and Chicago, according to a new poll. More… (Health)

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Drink Coffee,See Dead People

news.com.au — HEAVY coffee drinkers are more likely to have hallucinations or feel "the presence of dead people", according to new research. A UK-based study quizzed 200 students on their caffeine intake and found those with the highest consumption were also more prone to report seeing, or hearing, things that were not there.More… (Health)

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Doctor killed bunion patient with fatal dose of adrenaline

dailymail.co.uk — An arrogant doctor killed a patient being treated for an infected bunion by injecting her with adrenaline against the advice of colleagues, a court heard yesterday.More… (Health)

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Health insurer accused of overcharging millions

msnbc.msn.com — One of the nation's largest health insurers has agreed to pay $50 million in a settlement after being accused of overcharging millions of Americans for health care.More… (Health)

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Good night's sleep may prevent a cold, study finds

boston.com — People who averaged less than seven hours of sleep a night were about three times more likely to develop cold symptoms than study volunteers who got eight or more hours of sleep, Pittsburgh researchers reported yesterday in the Archives of Internal Medicine.More… (Health)

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Pursuit of Happiness Got You Depressed? Some Tips...

psychologytoday.com — In last decade the "happiness industry" has exploded. How to find it--from books/vids/lectures--has become a sometimes overwhelming & unrealistic priority. Time to take a step back? Some thoughts & suggestions here on the craze & response.More… (Health)

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Secrets of Super-Healthy People

webmd.com — Steal the secrets of people who never seem to get sick and take steps to boost your body’s immunity.More… (Health)

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Senegalese Women Bleaching Skin To Look White (VIDEO)

abcnews.go.com — Skin bleaching can cause cancer, expert say as the fashion trend emerges in many African countries, like Senegal, where trying to change one's skin color is still seen as a way to get ahead.More… (Health)

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Could a pill stop smoking from being a health hazard?

newscientist.com — Researchers have identified 28 molecules that are produced in abnormal amounts in cells lining the airways of smokers. If the levels of these molecules could be restored to that of non-smokers it might allow chronic smokers who have been unable to quit to improve their health prospects.More… (Health)

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Is foreplay really that important?

thesun.co.uk — Contrary to popular belief, a study in Prague has found that women are more likely to orgasm through a longer stint of actual intercourse, rather than foreplay beforehand. More… (Health)

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Pass the tofu: 1 in 200 kids is vegetarian

msnbc.msn.com — For growing children, however, it’s important to get sufficient amounts of protein, vitamins B12 and D, iron, calcium and other important nutrients that most people get from meat, eggs and dairy. Vegetarians say it’s animal welfare, not health, that most often causes kids to stop eating meat.More… (Health)

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Warning: May Induce Epileptic Shocks

fletchowns.net — Open this link at your own risk. More… (Health)

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