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Just Like Us! Jennifer Aniston Reposts Hilarious Workout Pic on Instagram

Even Jennifer Aniston is beat after an intense workout! The actress shared a hilarious photo of herself passed out post-boxing after joining Instagram. “Look who it is!!” Aniston’s trainer, Leyon Azubuike, captioned the original post on Tuesday, October 15. “Welcome to @instagram champ!! @jenniferaniston. #Champ #Fitness #Boxing.” https://www.instagram.com/p/B3qEhAPgqmn/ Look who it is!! 😃🙌🏿Welcome to @instagram

You Can Buy a Lamp That Looks Exactly Like Boba Tea for $12

I am here to finally answer the age-old question, “What do you get the person who has everything?” It’s a toughie, but here’s the solution: Buy them a Boba Tea Lamp. YEP! Online retailer Smoko—aka a “gift, tech, wellness, and accessories brand”—is selling a truly adorable ambient light inspired by the milk-tea drink. The lamp

Drinking bone broth like Gwyneth Paltrow could lower blood pressure

Drinking trendy bone broth like Gwyneth Paltrow could ‘lower blood pressure, prevent heart disease and protect against type 2 diabetes’ Cooking pig bones releases proteins that block enzymes linked to hypertension Also degrades hormones that drive high blood pressure and diabetes’ onset Researchers recommend people drink bone broth ‘habitually’  e-mail 72 View comments Drinking bone

Symmetry and strength: how to get guns like Sam Stosur’s

Nine out of 10 of us don’t do enough weight training, even though its bevvy of benefits include improved metabolism, bone density, reduced body fat, reduced blood pressure and reduced risk of diabetes. For inspiration to become stronger, we need not look further than the female athletes taking to court at the Australian Open this

Enzyme ducts in the pancreas are formed like rivers

Applying methods for analyzing road systems and rivers, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have studied the formation of the pancreatic network of ducts transporting digestive enzymes in mice. The network resembles the structure of road networks and the formation patterns of rivers. The new results can help researchers gain a better understanding of disorders