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Why Some Married Couples Are Sleeping in Separate Beds

For many people who are married, going to bed means sharing a bed with your spouse. In a different case, experts have reported that some couples would prefer separate beds to get better sleep and help marital problems. According to 2017 National Sleep Foundation survey, almost one in four married...
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Why the Golden Globes Are Going Vegan for Awards Ceremony Dinner

The 2020 Golden Globes are going vegan. When Hollywood’s finest take their seats at The Beverly Hilton on Sunday night in anticipation of the first award show of the year, they’re going to notice a pretty major change to the dinner menu: no meat! The Hollywood Foreign Press Association made the...
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'Sesame Street' Addresses Addiction With Newest Muppet

“Sesame Street” has done it again, introducing another character to help more families relate to the children’s show. This time, they’ve brought in a mother struggling to overcome addiction. Between homelessness, divorce, autism, and incarceration, “Sesame Street” isn’t afraid to tackle the tough...
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Trainer Reveals Jessica Simpson's 100-Pound Weight Loss Secrets

Jessica Simpson stunned the world when she announced she had dropped 100 pounds six months after giving birth to her daughter, Birdie Mae Johnson, in March. Now, celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak has revealed what it took for the “Public Affair” singer to achieve the remarkable post-partum...
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Watching Scary Movies Can Age Our Faces Faster: Study

It's October and Halloween is just a few weeks away. That means this is the season for scary movies to hit theaters and horror movie marathons to air on TV. Did you know that scary movies can elevate the heart rate and make you burn more calories? Watching 90 minutes of a movie that gets your...
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Why Taking a Nap Could Save Your Life

A midday snooze may just be what the doctored ordered. A new study has found that people that nap once or twice a week could lower their risk of having a heart attack or stroke, reported the New York Post. People who nap regularly may be less likely to suffer a heart attack https://t.co/lNGblafY6z...
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Sleeping in a Cold Room Is Better for Your Health: Study

( ALT 105.3 ) - You might already be trying to keep it cool at night during the summer as best you can, and if you are, it might not be great for your electric bill, but it looks like it's better for your health. Per the Harvard Medical School , sleeping in a cold room will help you fall asleep...
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That Warm Shower Before Bed Really Does Help You Sleep

PHILADELPHIA ( KYW Newsradio ) — Having trouble falling asleep? Showering at the right time and temperature can help. A nice warm shower or bath about an hour or two before bed will help your body temperature regulate to the ideal range for sleep, according to Dr. Rich Friedenheim, the medical...
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Apps Are Helping Doctors Keep Track of Patients' Mental Health Issues

( KYW Newsradio ) — Doctors and patients are using technology in the treatment of mental health issues. With an app on your phone or a computer program, patients can keep up with the work needed to handle depression and anxiety. Dr. Michael Vergare, chairman of psychiatry at Thomas Jefferson...
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Texas Man Survives 1,000 Stings From Swarming Bees

Thomas Mizell was helping his cousin in a Cleveland, TX field last week when he noticed a "black cloud" quickly approaching their location.
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