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Dr. Hazuda told the Daily Mail, "I think prudence would dictate drinking water." First published on December 8, 2011 / 11:13 PM ... A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this ...

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Ok---so my friend who is doing Weight Watchers told me about this recipie to make a 1 point treat. It is simply 1 can diet soda + 1 package cake mix (any kind) mix together, pour into muffin tins bake at 350 for 20 mins or so and voila a 1 point cupcake.

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Ok---so my friend who is doing Weight Watchers told me about this recipie to make a 1 point treat. It is simply 1 can diet soda + 1 package cake mix (any kind) mix together, pour into muffin tins bake at 350 for 20 mins or so and voila a 1 point cupcake.

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Swig: The new Facebook for drinkers (all drinkers) The new app insists it's the one and only virtual meeting place for drinkers of all tastes. Think of it as the ultimate virtual bar.

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In total, 133,000 deaths from diabetes, 44,000 from heart disease and 6,000 deaths from cancer across the globe were tied to sugary drink intake. In the U.S., 25,000 deaths were linked to drinking ...

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Coca-Cola wants in on the do-it-yourself soda making that SodaStream has pioneered. SodaStream will pull in about $562 million in sales for 2013, and wants to become a billion-dollar company by 2016.

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Donations can be made to the fund in memory of Maria Chapman by mail and can be sent to Shaohannah's Hope, c/o Maria's Miracle Fund, PO Box 647, Franklin TN, 37065. First published on September 10 ...

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This week on Fox's Dollhouse (Fridays, 9 pm/ET), Echo, Sierra and three other actives "wake up" — for realz — in their sleeping pods, fully aware...

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Weight loss is big business. Two-thirds of the U.S. population is overweight or obese, and Americans were expected to spend $2.5 billion on commercial diet plans and services in 2014. More than 60 ...

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7 bad habits that could be wrecking your diet. By Ashley Welch August 21, 2015 / 4:59 PM / CBS News istockphoto Trying to lose weight but the scale won't budge? You may want to evaluate your ...

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On the other hand, you should avoid fad diets that require you to adopt severe restrictions. The hot new Keto Diet got a raspberry from the U.S. News' panel of nutrition experts, tying for last on ...

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Fans of the so-called "blood type diet" say it can, including aging English rocker Cliff Richard, who told the Daily Mail that the diet is what keeps him rail-thin at age 69. But mainstream health ...

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Diet Plan Success Tough To Weigh. ... As for doctor-supervised, low-calorie diets Optifast and Health Management Resources, which cost around $2,000 for the first three months, the data on their ...

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EDITOR's NOTE: People can select a Monthly Pass payment option (includes meetings and access to Weight Watchers eTools, the internet weight loss companion to meetings) which costs $39.95/month ($9 ...

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Facebook may cause stress, study says. By Chenda Ngak ... A recent study by the University of Edinburgh Business School in Scotland suggests that the more types of friends a person has on Facebook ...

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Study: Getting Richer Does Not Mean Getting Greener ... the project's team leader Corey Bradshaw of the University of Adelaide's Environment Institute in Australia, told CBSNews.com in an email. ...

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Now, if you've made it to the interview stage and the recruiter isn't getting back to you, first e-mail and then (after a reasonable 24 hours wait), follow up with a phone call. But, stop ...

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Study: Clomiphene Best On PCOS Infertility. February 7, 2007 / 8:00 PM / WebMD One of the oldest treatments for a common cause of infertility is still the best treatment, according to findings ...

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Public health expert Nathan Grills of Monash University in Australia says the beloved Christmas icon should ditch his sleigh and start biking or walking to lose his jelly belly.

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No Increased Risk of Cancer For IVF Women. The study focused on 29,700 Australian women who used the test-tube method, known as in-vitro fertilization (IVF), in clinics between 1978 and 1993 ...

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Study: Pot Clouds Life. By Bootie Cosgrove-Mather March 5, 2002 / 2:58 PM / Reuters Heavy, chronic marijuana users suffer memory loss and attention problems that can affect their work, learning ...

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"Eating quickly, gorging and binge eating have a substantial effect on being overweight," study author Dr. Jie Li, a researcher at Harbin Medical University in China, told The Daily Mail.. For the ...

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The Swedish researchers focused on 58 people who own border collies or Shetland sheepdogs. They examined hair from the dog owners and their dogs, looking at the concentrations of a hormone called ...

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Pope and researchers at the University of Sydney and Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga studied more than 2,600 army recruits for more than a year. Some of the recruits stretched before ...

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The #1 New York Times bestseller from the author of "Lost Girls" is an account of an American family beset by schizophrenia affecting six of 12 children 1H ago Right Rail - Gallery Promo

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An inexpensive way to study for the ACT is to buy "The Real ACT Prep Guide," which includes five retired ACT tests. Your teenager can also study online at the ACT site for $21.95 for a year. 5.

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"Kindness 101": Children write letters to heroes Some kids went straight to the phone to thank the pharmacists and the fire chiefs and the nurses tending to grandparents in memory care.

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Cereal cartoon characters carry clout: study March 15, 2011 / 10:56 AM / CBS News Some estimates say the average preschooler sees more than 500 breakfast cereal commercials a year.

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Study links heart medication digoxin to deaths. By Michelle Castillo November 28, 2012 / 11:40 AM / CBS News A popular heart drug used to control abnormal heart rates may cause patients who take ...

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Australian study shows 28-percent increase in libido among men taking extract of Asian spice ... according to the Daily Mail. ... told the Daily Mail. And it's good news not only because the guys ...

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The 42-year-old was dumped by the Fresh Diet company because she didn't lose enough weight and promoted a line of cheesecakes while pitching diet products, the company told the Daily Mail. "She ...

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Every single bite matters." Hyman notes that "food is more powerful than any drug to reverse disease." This is especially important as the United States continues to fight a growing obesity epidemic .

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The Total Wellbeing Diet is not a very low-carb diet. In fact it contains moderate lower amounts of slow-release carbohydrates (the ones with a low GI; see page 53) that are essential for energy ...

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There's some evidence that heat from laptops can interfere with sperm production, and now a new study links the electromagnetic radiation emitted by wi-fi-enabled laptops to sperm damage. PICTURES ...

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Power, Politics, Gossip On Daily Call. January 27, ... Carville described himself as an antediluvian who does not do e-mail or own a BlackBerry and has been on only a few actual conference calls.

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