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Chrissy Teigen Is Addicted to This Bedtime Snack

Brush your teeth, wash your face, moisturize said face: Sounds like a pretty common pre-bedtime ritual, right? For some of us, that list may or may not be prefaced with a nightcap with a side of night cheese as well (thank you, Liz Lemon, for making us feel a little less alone). But for Chrissy

This Man Lost 185 Pounds By Falling in Love With Cooking

Patrick Eslick remembers the first time someone made a “comment” about his weight. It was in the second grade. Things got worse during his teenage years, not only because of his growing size, but also the realization that he was gay. Eslick started shying away from the physical activities other boys were participating in (football,

OMG This Amazing Starbucks Frappuccino Is Finally Back, Y'all

Summer actually starts on April 30, when Starbucks finally brings back its popular S’mores Frappuccino. This bad boy is essentially your favorite campfire dessert in a cup. It’s made with marshmallow-infused whipped cream and milk chocolate sauce, combined with coffee (duh), milk, and ice. To further sweeten the deal, it’s topped with more marshmallow whipped

This Woman's Brain Tumor Symptoms Were Dismissed as Headaches

After 15 trips to the doctor for migraines, Beckie Hiley’s symptoms were still dismissed. The UK 19-year-old spent months dealing with crippling headaches that were completely hindering her from living a normal life—she couldn’t go to work or school, and she could barely keep food down. Despite her debilitating symptoms, doctors told her her pain

Eating more of this nutrient supports muscle strength as we age

If protein is the king of muscle mass food, nitrate might just be the king of muscle strength food. A new Australian study has found eating nitrate-rich vegetables like spinach, rocket and lettuce significantly improves muscle strength and physical function as we age. Power food … the nitrates in spinach, the vegetable which fuelled Popeye’s

Cancer has a biological clock and this drug may keep it from ticking

A new drug shows potential to halt cancer cells’ growth by stunting the cells’ biological clock. The findings from scientists at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience and Nagoya University’s Institute of Transformative BioMolecules (ITbM) advance a burgeoning area of research: turning the body’s circadian rhythms against cancer. Their study, conducted on human kidney