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Michelle Obama is FLY



The First Lady is taking the White House back to the days of Camelot with her sense of fashion. We came across a few shots that drive the point home. Looking great lady…

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Why Blacks have worse physical health than whites but better psychiatric health.

When people are under chronic stress, they tend to smoke, drink, use drugs and overeat to help cope with stress.

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Poverty and parasites

PRESIDENT OBAMA has started an ambitious global health initiative that will deliver urgently needed medicine and preventative care to hundreds of millions of people in poor countries. Included in the plan are efforts to devote resources to “neglected tropical diseases,” afflictions like hookworm infections, river blindness and elephantiasis that many think have gone the way of smallpox, but which still make up the most common ailments among the world’s bottom billion.

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Spirituality or religion?

A new poll from LifeWay Research found that 72 percent of Millennials — those 18 to 29 years old — call themselves spiritual but not religious. And while 65 percent of those surveyed called themselves Christians, they rarely pray, read the Bible or go to church.

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Hoax or humanity 2.0: Man claims he has not eaten for 70 years

83-year-old, Prahlad Jani says he hasn’t consumed food or water for seven decades, and doctors in India are trying to learn his secrets, or prove once and for all that his 70-year fast has been nothing more than a lengthy hoax.

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Discrimination at the doctor’s office

Something once thought to be just a figment of African-American imagination – racial discrimination at the doctor’s office – might get a reality check soon in light of the new numbers.That’s the assessment of Georgetown University researchers, who found that Black women with sufficient health insurance and diagnosed with breast cancer had their treatment delayed twice as long as insured White women.

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Mediterranean diet linked to brain and heart health

A new study suggests that the dietary advice at the heart of the Mediterranean diet: eating lots of leafy green and cruciferous vegetables, nuts, fish, poultry and fruits (including tomatoes) is the best way to preserve the health of mind and body.

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Fashion: Living on the Wedge

After a couple of years off the radar, wedges started to make their return last Spring, and for Spring 2010, the wedge is back. In addition to the fact that many women find wedge heels easier to wear than stilettos, they’re also great for showcasing some of the season’s other top trends like rope and cork accents.

What to Wear with Wedges