Why Isn't There a Hepatitis C Vaccine—And When Can You Expect One?

Most people get vaccinated against so many diseases as a child that it can be easy to assume you’ve received vaccines for practically everything. Unfortunately, that’s not the case, and some infections still pose a threat. Take hepatitis C, for instance, an infection that can attack your liver and inflammation and even liver damage in some cases. The hepatitis C virus […]

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Are You Sexually Attracted to Someone’s Intellect? You Might Be a Sapiosexual

Uptown Funk musician Mark Ronson has come out as sapiosexual. The 44-year-old DJ and singer revealed his sexual orientation on Thursday during an interview with ITV’s Good Morning Britain.  "I feel like I identify as sapiosexual," he said during the interview, which was greeted by supported from anchors Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway, who congratulated him on being "out and proud." Prior […]

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Can you still be healthy if you’re overweight?

(HealthDay)—If you’re overweight but have dodged chronic health issues like high cholesterol and high blood pressure, you might not think that losing weight is a priority. But an analysis of five years of records on 3.5 million people—underweight, normal weight, overweight and obese—has found reason for concern. The researchers discovered that even if people didn’t have any metabolic diseases at […]

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Are you just a worrywart or is it something more?

(HealthDay)—Everyone goes through moments of worry, but for some people, anxiety takes over their lives. How can you tell if you’re an average worrywart or if you might have an anxiety disorder? Your degree of distress is often a good indicator. Normal anxiety typically comes from a specific source of stress, like an upcoming job interview or a fight with […]

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Would You Enroll Your Kid In a Daycare Where YOU Can Work, Too?

Coworker spaces are on the rise, offering everything from a temporary office for travelers to women-only spaces that blur the line between office and social club. But with all the growing options, Kids & Company stands alone as the only coworking space in the U.S. that is attached to a daycare. This is slightly different from coworker spaces that offer […]

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The type of fast you do could matter to your immune system

Those interested in fasting, to boost their health or lose a little belly fat, are not starved for choice. As the trend has grown in popularity, so too have the number of ways in which we can do it. There’s the 16:8, the 5:2, the fast 800, alternate-day fasting, fast "mimicking" and the eat-stop-eat 24-hour fast. But not all types […]

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Are You a WFH Mom? Read This

Work-at-home moms have to navigate two conflicting worlds — parenthood and the workplace — all at the same time. Some sit down to write and check their email once their toddler is napping; others start their busy work day once the kids head off to school. Whatever the case, the life of a work-at-home mom is often stressful. Work-at-home moms […]

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Daily Fitness Challenge: Can you do bicycle crunches for 45 seconds?

Bicycle crunches are tough on the abs. Not only are you crunching, you’re also twisting your upper body to target those hard-to-reach muscles. Keep going for 45 seconds to really feel the burn and build strength through your core. Throughout this Staying Active summer series, fitness experts Elia and Amanda – both qualified instructors at Flykick – will be on […]

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