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News 2020-08-15T08:37:00Z
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People are breaking lockdowns and risking their health to rave in secret during the pandemic: 'Everyone is there for the music, not thinking about this s---'

The coronavirus pandemic has driven partying underground. The London police identified at least 500 illegal raves in the city in July alone.
Health 2020-08-14T22:30:00Z
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Sexual fantasies are completely normal — here are the 7 most common ones according to experts

Some common sexual fantasies include multi-partnered sex, dominant or rough sex, and sex in public spaces.
Health 2020-08-14T21:05:13Z
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Is bipolar disorder genetic? Yes, but that doesn't guarantee you'll develop it

Bipolar disorder is genetic, but research suggests that there is both a genetic component and environmental one that contribute to its development.
Health 2020-08-14T20:38:56Z

7 science-backed benefits of vitamin E and how to get enough of it

Vitamin E is good for your overall health, but it is especially great for boosting your immune system and cardiovascular functioning.
Health 2020-08-14T19:51:00Z

I no longer orgasm from oral sex with my wife. How do I tell her and fix the problem?

What your mind says you want could be quite different than what your body actually needs, sexually speaking.
Health 2020-08-14T19:50:00Z

Miley Cyrus says she prefers dating women and having a more 'dominant' role in those relationships

In an episode of Barstool Sports' "Call Her Daddy" podcast, Cyrus shared her journey with gender roles and her relationships with me and women.
Health 2020-08-14T18:47:00Z

Hormone microdosing is an option for trans people who want slower, gradual change to their bodies — here's how it works and the risks involved

Traditionally, trans people take hormones in high enough amounts to produce drastic changes right away. But microdosing produces more subtle results.
Health 2020-08-14T18:33:47Z

The best and worst exercises to do if you have asthma

The best exercises for asthma are workouts that avoid cold, dry air and include short bursts of energy, rather than long, endurance-focused exercises.
Health 2020-08-14T15:54:00Z

Miley Cyrus says the best way to get over a breakup is to write a list of your ex's qualities and flaws, and give them a grade

During an episode of the "Call Her Daddy" podcast, Cyrus said making lists helps her remove the emotion from a situation and think subjectively.
Health 2020-08-14T15:49:00Z

Trampolines pose many safety risks, especially for children. We strongly recommend you do not buy one, but if you insist, here's what you need to know.

Here's why you shouldn't buy a trampoline, how to stay safe on a trampoline, and what safety features to look for, according to two doctors.
Health 2020-08-14T14:41:00Z

We asked strength coaches how to perform the most popular gym lifts at home — here's all the equipment you need to do them safely

Even without gym access, you're still able to do many of your favorite lifts at home. Here are a few popular lifts and the gear you need to do them.
Health 2020-08-14T14:24:00Z

I drank hot lemon water every morning for a month, and now I don't want to stop

I committed to drinking a cup of hot lemon water every morning for a month and I think it benefited my skin, digestive system, and energy levels.
Health 2020-08-14T13:23:00Z

How tantric sex trains people to have more intense orgasms, and why it's so controversial

Netflix's docuseries "(Un)Well" explores the roots of tantric sex, its sexual benefits, and the ways it's been used to sexually manipulate followers.
Health 2020-08-14T11:08:00Z

You don't have to avoid restaurants, but there are some coronavirus risks you should be aware of

As restaurants and bars reopen, some are reducing capacity and spacing out tables. But eating out during the pandemic still comes with some risk.
Health 2020-08-13T21:47:18Z

Shingles in the eye is dangerous and can cause blindness — here's how to prevent it

You should be particularly concerned if a shingles rash appears on the tip of your nose, as this is a sign that it may have infected your eye.
Health 2020-08-13T21:41:13Z

The best ways to stop wheezing for asthma, anxiety, allergies, and more, according to experts

Some methods to stop wheezing include inhaling steam, drinking warm liquids, taking an antihistamine, and breathing methods like pursed-lip breathing.
Health 2020-08-13T21:37:22Z

The 4 stages of shingles and how the condition progresses

Shingles has four stages. It starts with a tingling pain, followed by a rash that turns into blisters that eventually crust over.
Health 2020-08-13T21:18:26Z

10 great gift ideas for the runner in your life who doesn't need another pair of socks

Finding a gift for the runner in your life isn't always an easy task. Here are a few sure-fire winners from massage guns to fitness trackers.
Health 2020-08-13T20:36:22Z

The pros and cons of drinking seltzer: What you need to know about it's effect on your teeth and your body

Many flavored seltzers contain citric acid, which may erode tooth enamel. But seltzer also has many benefits, including helping you feel more full.
Health 2020-08-13T20:16:00Z

Wellness gurus are making dangerous claims that fasting for weeks at a time can treat diabetes and cancer

Advocates of extreme fasting falsely claim the practice can treat health issues like diabetes and could cure or prevent cancer.
Health 2020-08-13T19:51:00Z

How to settle a stalemate in your relationship, according to a renowned therapist

According to therapist Esther Perel, stalemates have much more to do with how you fight than the topic you're fighting about with your partner.
Culture 2020-08-13T19:47:26Z

Video shows American Airlines banning a pro-Trump personality for refusing to wear a mask

David Harris Jr., a conservative author and podcaster, had documented his refusal to wear a mask on two prior flights.
Health 2020-08-13T19:29:00Z

The best time of day to workout for your health and energy levels according to exercise scientists

The best time to workout depends on your health and performance goals. Morning, afternoon, and evening workouts all provide their own unique benefits.
Health 2020-08-13T19:08:00Z

A grapefruit-scented perfume ingredient that's toxic to ticks and mosquitoes is the first new insect repellent to be approved in a decade

Nootkatone is naturally found in grapefruit rinds and certain cedar trees. The chemical shows promise as a defense against ticks and mosquitoes.
Health 2020-08-13T18:51:02Z

The major types of headaches and when to seek medical attention

The most common types of primary headaches include tension headaches, migraine headaches, and cluster headaches.
Health 2020-08-13T18:40:54Z

8 science-backed home remedies to soothe coughing naturally, according to doctors

If your cough is due to a viral infection or irritation, you can treat it at home with remedies like gargling salt water or drinking tea with honey.
Health 2020-08-13T18:32:00Z

A socially distant concert kept thousands of fans 6 feet apart using private viewing decks

About 2,500 guests attended the gig in Newcastle, England. They were kept at a safe distance using private viewing decks spaced six feet apart.
Health 2020-08-13T18:12:00Z

The best massage guns

A quality massage gun is easy to use, has enough power to relieve pain and soreness, and is light and quiet enough to use for long sessions.
Health 2020-08-13T18:12:00Z

Working out while working from home: How to replicate the in-class experience in your living room

Popular brands like Peloton, obé, and ClassPass all make it easy to replicate the fitness studio experience at home. Here are our favorite classes.
Health 2020-08-13T17:05:00Z

CDC: 11% of US adults seriously considered suicide in June

According to a new CDC report, rates were far higher among young adults, minorities, unpaid caregivers, and essential workers.
Health 2020-08-13T16:46:00Z

How to stop picking your pimples, according to experts

You might be more likely to pop pimples in front of a magnifying mirror, before bed, or when your hands are idle.
Health 2020-08-13T16:35:00Z

Michelle Obama says women deserve an ESPN-style network about childbirth to showcase the physical and mental endurance they muster

The former First Lady said an ESPN-like television channel that showcased what women's bodies go through could boost appreciation and self-love.
Health 2020-08-13T16:28:00Z

Men are bragging about harassing women on TikTok as 'revenge' for Jada Pinkett Smith's relationship with August Alsina

TikTok users are boasting about getting blocked by women and making girls cry, set to a remix of the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" theme song.
Health 2020-08-13T15:44:00Z

Women who used marijuana during pregnancy were 1.5 times as likely to have a child with autism, the largest study of its kind has found

In a retrospective analysis of more than 500,000 people, marijuana use in pregnancy was linked to a 50% higher chance of having a child with autism.
Lifestyle 2020-08-13T14:16:00Z

Veterinarians answer 8 questions about cats that you've always wanted to ask

Does spaying your pet change their personality? Is it really OK to feed your cat only dry food? Here's what the experts had to say.
Health 2020-08-13T13:16:00Z

Nearly half of women said they've been cheated on during the pandemic in a dating app survey

A survey of 2,000 users by Dating.com found 45% of women reported being cheated on since early March.
Health 2020-08-13T13:03:00Z

How a vomit-inducing psychedelic drug went from spiritual practice to Westernized ‘wellness’ treatment

Ayahuasca was used as a healing practice in indigenous South American cultures long before it gained popularity in the wellness industry.
Health 2020-08-12T22:37:55Z

4 of the best ways to treat diabetes and lower blood sugar

The best ways to treat diabetes include taking insulin, using medication like metformin, getting regular exercise, and improving your diet.
Health 2020-08-12T22:22:59Z

How to lower your blood sugar quickly and what to do if it's an emergency

To lower your blood sugar quickly, you should take more insulin or seek medical attention if it's an emergency.
News 2020-08-12T21:00:47Z

A Florida sheriff banned his deputies from wearing face masks the same day the county saw its highest number of COVID-19 deaths

Deputies in Marion County, Florida, are prohibited from wearing masks, according to an email obtained by the Ocala Star-Banner. So are visitors.
Health 2020-08-12T20:57:00Z

Cardi B and 10 other celebrities who have made OnlyFans pages

Rapper Cardi B is the latest and most famous celebrity to start a page on OnlyFans, which became a cultural mainstay for erotic content creators.
Health 2020-08-12T20:10:00Z

Men are drinking human breast milk to grow muscle and beat cancer. It's unproven, and it could have dangerous downsides.

Episode 3 of the Netflix series "(Un)well" features men who drink breastmilk for bodybuilding and cancer prevention. Experts are skeptical.
News 2020-08-12T20:01:14Z

This is what it looks like in Sturgis, South Dakota, where hundreds of thousands of unmasked bikers are partying like the coronavirus isn't real

Bikers at the Sturgis Rally say they're enjoying the freedom and crowds they haven't been able to experience elsewhere during the pandemic.
Health 2020-08-12T19:58:00Z

PETA's ad campaign blames meat-eating for the coronavirus: 'Tofu never caused a pandemic'

Animal rights organization PETA launched a campaign proclaiming that "tofu never caused a pandemic." The ads have since gone viral on social media.
Health 2020-08-12T17:24:00Z

Sweating a lot during a workout may mean you're more fit, according to a sweat scientist

You can get a good workout without sweating a lot, but people with more endurance training tend to sweat more, according to a sweat scientist.
Health 2020-08-12T17:24:00Z

How to build relationships with your coworkers when you start a new job remotely

Setting up virtual coffees and joining Slack channels can make it easier to get to know your remote coworkers at a new job.
News 2020-08-12T16:13:15Z

Father-and-son doctors died of the coronavirus within weeks of each other in Florida hospitals

Dr. Jorge A. Vallejo and Dr. Carlos Vallejo were both hospitalized with the coronavirus on Father's Day, the Miami Herald reported.
Health 2020-08-12T15:21:42Z

Stop the vacation guilt. If you're not being reckless, you shouldn't feel bad about getting away.

Like other pandemic activities, vacations have risks and benefits. But getting away is doable — as long as it's done responsibly.
Health 2020-08-12T14:15:00Z

The best online yoga workouts

Regularly practicing yoga helps relieve daily stress and anxiety, and even improves flexibility and strength. Here are the best online yoga workouts.
Health 2020-08-12T13:06:00Z

A woman had to seek medical attention after eating essential oils for weeks on end, triggering full-body swelling and rashes

Stacey Haluka, a former essential-oil distributor, developed a full-body, oozing rash after ingesting essential oils several times a day for weeks.
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