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Pregnant Lea Michele Steps Out for 1st Time Since 'Glee' Scandal

Getting back out there. Pregnant Lea Michele emerged for the first time since former costars accused her of creating toxic work environments. The actress, 33, went for a walk with her husband, Zandy Reich, in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 24. She showed off her bare baby bump in a black sports bra and matching leggings. Michele found

Experts call for steps to stem increases in Legionnaires’

Top U.S. science experts are calling for stronger policies to combat the growing Legionnaires’ disease problem. In a report released Wednesday, the experts said annual cases of Legionnaires’ jumped more than fivefold from 2000 to 2017, and that as many as 70,000 Americans get the disease every year. Legionnaires’ is caused by bacteria that can

So many steps per day can increase life expectancy

Exercise can increase our life expectancy Exercise is important for human health. Sufficient movement also has an additional positive effect on our life expectancy. Researchers found out now that older women can improve their life expectancy significantly, if you go to a day per day a minimum of 4,400 steps. In the current investigation, the

Baby steps head off a fussy eater

(HealthDay)—Getting kids to try new foods can become a daily showdown. One promising approach: expose babies early on to varied tastes and textures. Researchers in Brisbane, Australia, found that food experiences when just 14 months old can influence the eating habits that children will exhibit at age 3. And introducing a variety of fruits and

Addiction treatment: First steps, types, and medications

However, as a chronic disease, addiction is difficult to treat and requires on-going care. In the United States, around 8.1 percent of the population, or 21.7 million people, either need or regularly receive treatment for substance use disorders, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. First steps The first step towards recovery

5 steps for lifesaving CPR

More than 350,000 people had sudden cardiac arrest outside of a hospital in 2017. Those who received CPR were two to three times more likely to survive. Joshua Moeckly, a Mayo Clinic cardiac nurse, explains the five steps you should go through in an effort to save a life. It’s a moment everyone hopes they