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Here's What We Can Expect at This Year's Olympic Opening Ceremony

With the 2018 Winter Olympic Games slated to open on Feb. 8, the world is anxiously waiting. The Games will be held from Feb. 8-25 in Pyeongchang, South Korea, with the opening ceremony airing on Feb. 9, the day after competition begins. Show More Summary

Trump to give anti-abortion March for Life a rare presidential thumbs up

Live address from Rose Garden on Friday will amount to most robust showing of White House support in event’s history Donald Trump will give an overt White House endorsement to anti-abortion demonstrators on Friday as the annual March...Show More Summary

Making the Most of Your Pre-Hike Hype

There’s still time before we take the first of over four million steps it’ll take to cover the Appalachian Trail, but mentally, we’re already out there. Anticipating weather patterns on your start date, scoping out campsites with the best views, re-reading Appalachian Trials. Show More Summary

The NHS is suffering because it has become a political football | Letters

Everything in Britain is seen through the prism of tribal ideology While I would not wish to disagree with the thrust of your major article on the National Health Service (“Voices from the frontline”, Review), we are not going to make serious inroads if we don’t ask the right questions. Show More Summary

I watched my son die from cancer. Here are the lessons I have learned

Sacha Langton-Gilks has written a book to help other grieving parents At 6.10am on Tuesday 14 August 2012 my eldest child drew his last breath. I have to look up the time and date because my brain refuses to acknowledge this information, it’s automatically sent to the spam file as dangerous. Show More Summary

20 Fat-Burning Recipes to Rev Your Metabolism

Move over, ketogenic diet - there just might be an all-new fitness craze for 2018: the super metabolism diet. This diet focuses on superfoods and fat-burning ingredients to leave you feeling satisfied and lose weight faster. From breakfast recipes to afternoon snacks, we've got you covered with 20 recipes that fit in this versatile diet. Related 32 Recipes That Fight Fat

Icy/Slushy Run

I took Charlie out for an easy stroller run on Friday morning. Thursday was FINALLY a nice day after quite a long deep freeze, so we had some melting. And it was just back below freezing on Friday morning, so I hoped the trail wouldn't be too slick. Early on down the Greenway trail. Show More Summary

Here's Exactly How Long Your Meal Prep Can Survive in the Freezer

A healthy eating journey relies a lot on preparation. Whether that means having smoothie packs ready to blend for breakfast or preportioning your snacks out for the week, meal prep doesn't just save you time, it also circumvents theShow More Summary

From Mountain to Sea

I had been given back my gait and was walking without a limp. I was balanced again. I was back on the trail and in a much better place. The post From Mountain to Sea appeared first on The Trek.

Alarm Clock Anxiety Is a Thing That May Be Ruining Your Life

Your alarm is set, your serums are on, and it's time to sleep. You're a busy person with a busy day ahead. But no matter how hard you try to sleep peacefully - and trust your alarm will do its goddamn job - you're tossing, turning, and checking the time throughout the night. Show More Summary

Overdose and Other Drug and Addiction Myths

Despite claimed advances in restrictions on painkiller prescriptions, and advances in opioid addiction treatment, drug deaths continue to rise precipitously. What gives?

What Is The Real Reason People Don’t Finish The PCT?

The Numbers Don’t Lie Planning to hike the PCT this year has probably consumed your life for the past few months. Heck, it might even be the most defining thing you do in your life. Of course we all dream of completing our PCT hike,Show More Summary

Those deadly mudslides you’ve read about? Expect worse in the future.

6 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

Scientists point to increased fire risk from warming temperatures, heavy rainfall and development.

Raw deal: sushi-loving California man discovers 5ft 6in tapeworm

Fresno doctor says of ‘giant’ parasite patient wrapped round toilet roll: ‘Apparently it was still wriggling when he put it in the bag but it died in transit’ A California man’s daily sushi habit ended in a trip to hospital with a stomach-churning...Show More Summary

Which Personality Disorders Do Your Favorite Actors Have?

You may believe that all actors have narcissistic traits in a professional that rewards egotism. New research on the personalities of real actors shows you're only partly right.

Starbucks Just Released the Perfect Wellness Teas to Get You Through Winter

Starbucks has heard our sniffling and shivering and has answered our Winter prayers with the perfect healthy drink. The new Teavana Citrus Defender is made with Teavana's Defense Wellness Tea, steamed lemonade, hot water, and honey.Show More Summary

Medical News Today: Purulent drainage: Color, types, and treatment

Purulent drainage is a thick and milky discharge from a wound that is often a sign of infection. Learn more about this and other types of drainage.

Clad in pink, activists across the globe take to the streets for second annual Women's March

7 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

Tens of thousands of activists around the world are expected to take to the streets to make their voices heard.

Experts Give Us 9 Serious Reasons You Should Stop Drinking Soda

While we know soda isn't the best choice for us, many of us don't have a comprehensive idea of how bad it truly is. We spoke with some medical experts about why we need to say no to soda - and maybe start drinking more water instead. It's Very High in Sugar Dr. Show More Summary

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