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Agave nectar fights cough!

OHMYGOSSIP — Agave nectar has been shown to be and effective, low-risk way to treat a child’s nighttime cough. In a new study published in the journal Jama Pediatrics, Penn State University researchers compared the effects of agave nectar to

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Heart-healthy omega-3 (fish oil) fights depression

OHMYGOSSIP — Heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil have also been shown to benefit the brain. New research out of King’s College London have found the fatty acids may not only treat depression but can also prevent it.

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Livestock antibiotics may spread Salmonella

OHMYGOSSIP — Giving animals antibiotics may make them sicker and could lead some to spread even more salmonella than they would have otherwise, US researchers experimenting on mice said.

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Why Vitamin D is so good for you and your children?!

OHMYGOSSIP —Daily vitamin D supplements might help children with eczema that gets worse in the winter, a new study suggests. When eczema, a chronic inflammatory skin disorder, flares up in the winter it’s known as winter-related atopic dermatitis. Researchers found

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Men’s and women’s skin + the rise of gendered cosmetics

OHMYGOSSIP — Skin is male or female. Although the layered structure is the same, the skins of the two sexes vary in chemical composition and in functioning. The ingredients in moisturizers, exfoliants and anti-wrinkle products have been gradually adapted to

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11 reasons why you should eat breakfast

OHMYGOSSIP — When you first wake up, your body needs energy to start the day. A nutritious breakfast can provide enough energy to kickstart your day in a healthy way. Research has confirmed that people who skip breakfast have a

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Hydrotheraphy activates the skin’s protective function

OHMYGOSSIP — Whether it takes the form of a purifying sauna or relaxing Turkish bath, hydrotherapy is an ancient ritual that has health benefits for the whole body. A frequent sauna often also improves the barrier function of the epidermis,

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Foods that help or harm your sleep

OHMYGOSSIP — What you eat affects how you sleep. If you could pick the right foods to help you get the best sleep possible, wouldn’t you? And if you knew which foods would hinder your restful slumber, wouldn’t you avoid

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Perfume — Why does it smell different on each person? How to choose a perfume?

OHMYGOSSIP — Have you ever wondered why people smell different even though they wear the same perfume? Individual skin naturally contains a particular cocktail of chemicals that, rather like a fingerprint, leaves a unique aroma. When perfume blends with a

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6 Strange (but true!) weight loss tips

OHMYGOSSIP — It seems that there’s a new crazy diet introduced every day. Most of them don’t work, but these weird (but true) weight loss tips just might help you lose those last few pounds.

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How to easily cut 500 calories every day

OHMYGOSSIP — Losing weight requires taking in less calories than your body needs. To lose one pound in a week, you need to have a deficit of 3,500 calories, or 500 every day. Here are easy ways to cut 500

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Obvious signs a guy is flirting with you: 10 Ways men flirt that women don’t notice

OHMYGOSSIP — Ever wonder if that nice guy is flirting with you? There are a few proven ways that can tell you if he is interested in you. While it’s difficult to read body language at times, it’s possible if

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11 Problems music can solve

OHMYGOSSIP — Music is a splendid thing. It can cheer you up when you’re sad, make you dance like a fool, and allow you to drown out the world when you need to. But music has its scientific uses, too.

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Home pregnancy tests: 9 Historical methods of detecting pregnancy

OHMYGOSSIP — Home pregnancy tests are kind of magical—they’re like those litmus test things from junior high science, except they can tell you whether you’ve got a baby in there. These tests work by detecting trace levels of the pregnancy

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This might be the key to slow weight gain and the development of diabetes

OHMYGOSSIP — If you’re trying to manage your diabetes, spending more time in the sun might be the key. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh and the University of Southampton found that sunshine may control metabolism to slow weight gain

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12 Things you were not taught in school about creative thinking

OHMYGOSSIP — 12 Things you were not taught in school about creative thinking!

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