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Morning Links: Dr. Oz’s 5 Ways to Beat Food Cravings


Forever Blowing Bubbles – British studies say that chewing sugarless gum may help relieve symptoms of heartburn. (The New York Times)

Required Reading – 9 things in life you don’t need in order to be happy. (EcoSalon)

Dr. Oz Says: – Try these 5 techniques to beat food cravings. (That’s Fit) … More »

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Morning Links: Dr. Oz’s 5 Ways to Beat Food Cravings

Morning Links: Pomegranate Beauty Products May Help Winter Skin


Attention, Weight Loss Junkies: – Yo-yo and crash dieting could have negative long-term effects on your physical and mental health, including depression. (Health Key)

Seen The King’s Speech? – One writer’s account of how he conquered his speech disorder, a stammer like that of King George VI. (The Guardian)

Fruit on Your Face – Washed-out winter skin happens every year, but these 4 nighttime beauty products harness the antioxidant power of pomegranate for your mug’s benefit. (Well + Good NYC) … More »

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Morning Links: Pomegranate Beauty Products May Help Winter Skin

Morning Links: How a Prostitute Saved My Marriage


Turn Off the Telly – A new British study shows that those who spend more than two hours a day watching TV (or engaging in other “screen-based entertainment”) are 125% more likely to suffer a major cardiac event, regardless of other factors including exercise, smoking, hypertension, and social class. (via Science Daily)

Dr. Oz on Losing Weight the Healthy Way – His 5 major mistakes dieters routinely make. (That’s Fit)

In Praise of Prostitution – One blogger’s account of how her husband’s hooker prevented a divorce and saved her marriage. (YourTango) … More »

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Morning Links: How a Prostitute Saved My Marriage

Obesity and STD Rates Rising In American Women


Check out this post about a recent women’s health study on That’s Fit.

While fewer American women are smoking and dying from heart disease and stroke, there have been disturbing setbacks in women’s health in the U.S. over the last decade.

The newly released 2010 edition of Making the Grade on Women’s Health: a National and State-by-State Report Card, developed by the National Women’s Law Center and the Oregon Health & Science University, showed that more women are suffering from obesity, high blood pressure and sexually transmitted diseases. In addition, more women are engaging in riskier behaviors, like binge drinking and failing to obtain regular health screenings for conditions like cervical cancer. … More »

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Obesity and STD Rates Rising In American Women

Morning Links: Humming May Help Your Health


How Humming Can Help Your Health – Especially if you suffer from sinus infections. (via Vitamin G)

Sick of Privacy – Would you blog about your illness or surgery, like Sue Eckstein, an amputee from the U.K. does? (via The Guardian)

Environmentally Unfriendly – Does 4.5 ounces of chocolate wrapped in 3.75 pounds of packing materials make any sense to you? (via Treehugger) … More »

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Morning Links: Humming May Help Your Health

Morning Links: Madonna Practices Yoga In Airplane Aisles


Need Some New Year Inspiration? – Check out some of the most impressive weight-loss success stories of 2010. (That’sFit)

Is It Possible (or Recommended) to Practice Yoga In an Airplane Aisle? Madonna says yes. (The Guardian)

Craving Christmas Cookies? Results of a new study on dopamine’s relationship to impulse control, addiction, and some psychiatric disorders. (Science Daily) … More »

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Morning Links: Madonna Practices Yoga In Airplane Aisles