Brad Pitt Admits to a Form of Blindness
Last week actress and fiancée of Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, disclosed to the world media that she chose to have double mastectomies in an effort to prevent breast cancer in the future. This week, actor Brad Pitt told Esquire Magazine that he seems to be suffering from a form of blindness.
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Study: Women with Ink ‘Really are Easier’
Growing up, many of us viewed people with lots of tattoos as being associated with motorcycle gangs, drug users/dealers, etc. These days, more women, rather than men, are seen exposing tattoos. Why? French researchers may have discovered why.
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Whiter the Bread ‘Quicker You’re Dead’
Many Americans prefer and enjoy eating white bread. However, eating white bread increases your risk of a number of preventable disease including diabetes, obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure and many others. Researchers of Finland discover a way to counter the disease causing properties of white bread without having to give it up.
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Frequent Heartburn Greatly Increases Throat Cancer Risk
Heartburn, or gastro-esophageal reflux, is a common condition where stomach acid leaks out of the stomach and into the esophagus. And blocking or neutralizing important stomach digestive juice is not the total answer.
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Certain Fruits May Reduce Bowel Disease and Stroke Risk
German and U.S. researchers discover how two readily available fruits may help reduce the risk of stroke and Irritable bowel syndrome.
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BREAKING NEWS: Health officials investigating another possible steroid injections disaster involving seven people, so far.
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