• Bad sleep makes you ugly
Bad sleep makes you ugly

Researchers took makeup-free photos of the participants after both sessions and asked 122 men and women to rate their attractiveness, sleepiness, health and trustworthiness. The team also found willingness to socialise with a sleepy-looking person was much lower than with someone who looked alert. 'An unhealthy-looking face, whether due to sleep ...

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  • Second annual Hope 1 in 5 Marathon raises awareness of mental health
Second annual Hope 1 in 5 Marathon raises awareness of mental health

There are effective treatments and supports for all mental illnesses. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, in one year approximately one in 25 American adults experience a serious mental illness that impacts a person's daily activity in a minor or major way.

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  • BCCI agrees to Champions Trophy participation
BCCI agrees to Champions Trophy participation

The BCCI had already delayed naming the India squad for the Champions Trophy, and there was talk of revoking the Members Participating Agreement (MPA), which governs participation in ICC events, as part of the fallout of the ICC meetings. "The Supreme Court passed a judgement that he won't be allowed to attend the ICC meeting but it was never clari...

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  • If anyone can resolve Kashmir issue, it is Modi: Mehbooba
If anyone can resolve Kashmir issue, it is Modi: Mehbooba

He has the mandate. "Whatever decision he takes, India will support him", she said. The Congress leader also sought to know what assurances NSA Ajit Doval had received from his Pakistan counterpart during their December 2015 meeting in Bangkok which made Modi visit Lahore in the same month later.

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  • Ontario colleges face mental-health crisis
Ontario colleges face mental-health crisis

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in every four Americans experiences some form of mental illness. Making healthy decisions such as eating balanced meals, exercising, engaging in stress reduction activities, taking your vitamins, and getting enough rest are all ways to promote good mental health.

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  • Scientists use artificial womb to support premature lambs
Scientists use artificial womb to support premature lambs

The environment of each artificial womb allowed all of the lamb fetuses to survive and thrive . Though the parameters aren't same for the lamb and human , the success of their method for lambs presents a ray of hope for humans. "If we can support growth and organ maturation for only a few weeks, we can dramatically improve outcomes for extremely...

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  • Colorado lawmakers approve pot for PTSD, with new limits
Colorado lawmakers approve pot for PTSD, with new limits

Hasin, PhD, professor of clinical epidemiology at Columbia University Medical Center, and lead author of the study , told Healthline. "The early fear with the passage of these laws was that they would increase use among adolescents, but the studies are quite consistent that this did not happen", she said .

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  • 'Unicorn Frappuccino' for limited time at Starbucks
'Unicorn Frappuccino' for limited time at Starbucks

They both seemed pleasantly surprised by the limited edition drink and said it was not what they expected. It makes me want to curl up in a ball and hibernate until Tom Brady retires from the National Football League at age 53. What makes it so great is the pairing of every pure sugary candy you've ever tasted. The more it's stirred, the more the...

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  • FDA further restricts pain medication use in kids
FDA further restricts pain medication use in kids

The Food & Drug Administration began tracking reports of children suffering unsafe side effects from the pain meds codeine and tramadol in 1969, and now, almost 50 years later, the agency is finally taking tough action against the manufacturers of those medicines.

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  • Jackie Robinson Statue To Be Unveiled At Dodger Stadium
Jackie Robinson Statue To Be Unveiled At Dodger Stadium

The second-year shortstop, who signed a six-year, $25 million contract with the Sox during spring training, said he draws inspiration from Robinson and in turn wants to inspire children from Chicago. "Here it is, 70 years later and he's still being recognized". "It's emotional", Jackie Robinson's daughter Sharon said this week. According to...

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  • Crude oil eases for 2nd day on rising United States production
Crude oil eases for 2nd day on rising United States production

Non-OPEC producers such as Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Brunei, Equatorial Guinea, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mexico, Oman, Russia, Sudan, and South Sudan agreed to reduce output by 558,000 barrels per day starting from January 1, 2017 for six months, extendable for another six months.

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  • Telemedicine can fill in for mental health professionals' shortage: Mukherjee
Telemedicine can fill in for mental health professionals' shortage: Mukherjee

Subramaniam said this year's World Health Day theme underscores the importance of addressing depression, reducing the stigma surrounding it, and encouraging more people to get help. Mental health disorders span a very wide range from simple disorders to very complex situations. GETTYWorld Health Day 2017 seeks to highlight depressionWhat is Wo...

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  • April the Giraffe has some 'bulging' on backend, keepers say
April the Giraffe has some 'bulging' on backend, keepers say

April's handlers said Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" has been playing on repeat in their heads as they monitor April's development. Giraffe mania has been sweeping the globe, thanks to a breakout star at the Animal Adventure Park in upstate NY.

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  • Nearly half of US adults infected with genital HPV
Nearly half of US adults infected with genital HPV

Among those cases, close to 23% of adults have the high-risk form of the STI that, if it doesn't go away , can lead to cancers of the cervix, vulva, vagina, penis, anus, and throat. The Gardasil vaccination is most effective if administered before a young person becomes sexually active. As such, the CDC recommends all kids between the ages of 11 o...

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  • Rally in Memphis for equality on anniversary of MLK's death
Rally in Memphis for equality on anniversary of MLK's death

Dr. Spock is co-chairman of the National Committee for Sane Nuclear Policy. We must speak with all the humility that is appropriate to our limited vision, but we must speak. Today we are bombing seven. And what could we do with 54 billion dollars? No serious person could say we have overcome racism, or dealt with the extreme materialism and econo...

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  • United Kingdom government cuts stake in Lloyds Bank to below 2%
United Kingdom government cuts stake in Lloyds Bank to below 2%

The UK taxpayer's stake in Lloyds Banking Group has dropped to below 2% of the business as the Government continues its efforts to return the bank to private hands. Investors of record on Thursday, April 6th will be paid a dividend of GBX 2.20 ($0.03) per share. Lloyds Banking Group is to shrink the size of hundreds of its branches so they have o...

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  • Intelligence Expert Says Susan Rice Must Be Investigated
Intelligence Expert Says Susan Rice Must Be Investigated

DON LEMON, CNN: It has been on month since the President of the United States falsely tweeted that former President Barack Obama wiretapped him. Try as they might, it seems that Lemon and his establishment press cohorts will have a hard time turning these and likely additional future bitter developments relating to Team Obama's election campaig...

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  • Susan Rice DENIES Ordering Intel Community To Produce 'Spreadsheets' Involving Trump
Susan Rice DENIES Ordering Intel Community To Produce 'Spreadsheets' Involving Trump

Mr Trump denies any ties to Moscow, and has instead alleged that Mr Obama ordered wiretapping of Trump Tower during the presidential election. Trump launched the first salvo last month when he tweeted that Obama had wiretapped his NY skyscraper, an explosive allegation that senior intelligence and law enforcement officials have denied.

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  • Kim Kardashian to Use Surrogate for Third Child
Kim Kardashian to Use Surrogate for Third Child

Kim bravely announced that she wants to have one more baby, but to her surprise, her usually supportive family had some mixed reactions. The " Keeping Up with the Kardashians " star posted a photo on her Instagram account of Ariana, 23, playfully sticking her tongue out as she cuddles little North , with Kim stood behind them.

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  • Cattle call: Heifers escape from St. Louis slaughterhouse
Cattle call: Heifers escape from St. Louis slaughterhouse

A heifer bursts through an iron fence Thursday at the Little Sisters of the Poor in St. Louis . She said she and the leader of New Jersey-based animal rescue organization Skylands would to travel to St. "They're just running for their life", said the director, Susie Coston. 'If anyone wants to buy them that's fine, ' Hamdan said Thursday. All...

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