Shay Mitchell Says Daughter Atlas Is an 'Easy Baby'

A special bond! Shay Mitchell‘s daughter, Atlas, has given her a warm welcome to motherhood. “I’m really, really lucky,” the Pretty Little Liars alum, 32, exclusively told Us Weekly at the Revolve Awards on Friday, November 15. “She’s an easy baby so far so we’ll see!” Mitchell and her boyfriend, Matte Babel, announced the birth of their nearly 1-month-old daughter […]

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Is LASIK Surgery Safe? A Former FDA Adviser Raises Doubts—But Here's What Eye Docs Have to Say

Millions of Americans have had LASIK eye surgery to correct their vision, but a retired adviser who was on the FDA committee that approved the procedure in 1996 is calling for it to be banned. According to Morris Waxler, PhD, LASIK has left many people with bad vision, and even driven some to suicide. “Essentially we ignored the data on […]

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At-Home STD Testing Is a Thing, So You Don't Need Dr. Google

It’s not all that uncommon to turn to the Internet when you’re looking for answers. Whether it’s hunting down the best local take-out, figuring out why your car is making that weird sound or even a panicked “what side is my appendix on again?” quick-search, the sage wisdom of various blogs, search engines or friendly Internet strangers can offer at […]

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Clitoris IS 'important for making babies and not just for pleasure'

The clitoris is NOT just for pleasure: Stimulating the sex organ ‘triggers changes in the body which make it easier for sperm to get to the egg’ Stimulating it ‘triggers changes which makes conditions optimal for conceiving’ Increases blood flow and changes position of cervix, according to British expert  Review, published in Clinical Anatomy, flies in face of wealth of […]

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Everything You Think You Know About Herpes Is Wrong

Hate to break it to you, but you probably have herpes. Turns out, nearly two-thirds of the global population is infected with herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), according to a recent report released by the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO researchers estimated that 3.7 billion people under the age of 50 are infected with HSV-1, which is best known […]

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What is ‘attachment’ and how does it affect our relationships?

Research across many years and many cultures has found around 35-40% of people say they feel insecure in their adult relationships. While 60-65% experience secure, loving and satisfying relationships. How secure or insecure we are with our romantic partners depends, in part, on how we bonded with our parents at a young age. From the day we were born we […]

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If your health care provider is nice, you’ll feel less pain

Having blood drawn by a courteous health care provider can really take the sting out of those procedures, suggests a study being presented at the Anesthesiology 2019 annual meeting. In fact, an empathetic provider—one who asks about patients’ previous experiences with needles and takes their preferences into account—could make all the difference when it comes to pain management. Patients in […]

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Dementia and eating disorders: it is a problem of (semantic) memory

For the first time, it has been shown that deficits of semantic memory, an ability we use to recognize objects and use them correctly, are involved in specific eating disorders shared by patients suffering from dementia. This is suggested by a study conducted by the Laboratory of Professor Raffaella Rumiati of SISSA in Trieste just published in the Journal of […]

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Khloe Kardashian's Daughter True Is 'Obsessed' Kim Kardashian's Son Psalm

These Kardashian cousins are bonding! Khloé Kardashian and Kim Kardashian shared adorable photos of their kids True and Psalm. “This is love,” the Revenge Body host, 35, captioned her Thursday, October 17, Instagram upload featuring her 18-month-old daughter and her sister’s 5-month-old son. Khloé also shared sweet shots of herself tickling her giggling nephew. Not only did Kim, 38, comment, […]

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Frequent drinking is greater risk factor for heart rhythm disorder than binge drinking

Drinking small amounts of alcohol frequently is linked with a higher likelihood of atrial fibrillation than binge drinking, according to research published today in EP Europace, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). ‘Recommendations about alcohol consumption have focused on reducing the absolute amount rather than the frequency,’ said study author Dr. Jong-Il Choi, of Korea University College […]

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