Sex Really Does Make Your Life Better—Even As You Age

Having sex may be one way older adults can feel better and enjoy life more, suggests a new paper published in the journal Sexual Medicine. “The general conception is that older adults are not as sexually active as younger adults, or not sexually active at all,” says study co-author Lee Smith, a reader in epidemiology at Anglia Ruskin University in …

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Screw The Scale | Step It Up With Steph

Have you been seeing the Screw the Scale movement going around on social media? Health and Fitness Expert and Women’s Weight Loss Coach Stephanie Mansour met up the cast of The Doctors to explain this new trend. Does achieving the perfect body potentially mean gaining weight? Yes! This movement is all about creating and building a body that makes you feel …

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Urban Decay On The Run Palettes

Urban Decay On The Run Eyeshadow Palettes Review

Urban Decay On The Run Palettes Review and Swatches While everyone’s still excited about the Naked Cherry palette, Urban Decay quietly dropped some new palettes on us. The three On The Run mini palettes come with eight shades each, and at $25 a pop, are great for gift-giving or for the budget conscious makeup addict. The Urban Decay Born to …

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WOW! Our September End Of Round Winners l 12WBT Blog 12WBT

Every round we continue to be amazed at the dedication of all our 12WBT members and your commitment to improving your health and fitness. September 2018 round went off with a bang, and these are our incredible End of Round Winners. Well done to everyone who participated – you truly are an inspiration! Kate Brady My initial focus was on weight …

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Officials Found 1 Source of the Romaine E. Coli Outbreak

Investigators with the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found one probable source of the E. coli outbreak involving romaine lettuce, and said romaine from more growing regions is now considered safe to eat. A sediment sample taken from an agricultural water reservoir at Adam Brothers Farming in Santa Barbara County, Calif. tested positive …

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5 Ways To Stay Healthy Over the Holidays

Don’t spend another holiday season in the deprivation doldrums. Set yourself up for long-term success with these five inspired tips from Health and Fitness Expert and Women’s Private Weight Loss Coach Stephanie Mansour. Gift yourself some peace of mind from the stress of holiday weight gain with these fit hacks. Cut Yourself a Deal Learn to use If/When conditions for …

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Depression May Increase Risk Of Concussions in Kids Who Play Football

For years, studies have found that depression is an all-too-common symptom of concussions. Youth athletes, college athletes and retired NFL players who have suffered brain injuries are all at increased risk of mental illness. A new study, published in The Journal of Pediatrics, flips the relationship between concussions and depression, and asks a different question: Are kids who have depression …

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