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The APA issued a report saying toxic masculinity is a real thing

The American Psychological Association confirmed this week what women and gay men have known forever: that "toxic masculinity" is a real thing.
Tags: Health, Misogyny, Life, Lifestyle, Men, Homophobia, Masculine, Ad Friendly, Queerty, APA, American Psychological Association, Toxic Masculinity, Toxic Males


What’s their beef? Why today’s leading men are driven to be buff

Aidan Turner’s Poldark has ushered in a new age of brawn, but many are asking if the trend has gone too farModern screen heroes come in many guises, but whether a leading man is cast as a mathematician, a surgeon or a scientist, the likelihood is that, once the shirt comes off, he will be equipped with both a firm abdomen and bulbous biceps.A new appetite for leading men who, whether or not they are playing professional athletes, appear to spend half the week in the gym is now concerning even es...
Tags: Health, Film, Life and style, Society, Body Image, Culture, Health & wellbeing, Stage, Acting, Aidan Turner, Poldark, Tom Brittney


US government concludes that HIV is untransmittable at undetectable levels

The National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases has reached an absolute conclusion: HIV+ cannot transmit the virus when carrying an undetectable viral load.
Tags: Health, Feature, Hiv, US, Lifestyle, Infectious Diseases, Ad Friendly, Undetectable, National Institute for Allergies


NIAID joins 300 other worldwide health agencies to say HIV is untransmittable at undetectable levels

The National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases has reached an absolute conclusion: HIV+ cannot transmit the virus when carrying an undetectable viral load.
Tags: Health, Feature, Hiv, Lifestyle, Infectious Diseases, Ad Friendly, NIAID, Undetectable, National Institute for Allergies


How To Improve Your Family’s Health in 2019

Would you like to effectively reduce the risk of your family getting ill? We all know keeping healthy is important, but it can sometimes be confusing to know the best way to do it. Encouraging your children to adopt healthy habits means you’re setting them up well for the future. Nobody has ever said that raising a family is easy, and when you’re busy with your career and other responsibilities, finding the time to set a good example in the form of a healthy, active lifestyle can be a ...
Tags: Health, Family, Fashion, Education, Parenting, Exercise, Family Activities, Screen Time, Healthy Food, Health & Fitness, Active Lifestyle, Family Fun, Home Life, Family Health, Family Entertainment, Abcmouse


Norovirus outbreak sickens 277 on Oasis of the Seas

MIAMI (AP) — Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas is returning to a Florida port a day early and giving passengers full refunds of their fare after 277 guests and crew members were hit with an outbreak of Norovirus as it sailed to Jamaica. Cruise line spokesman Owen Torres told The Associated Press “we think […]
Tags: Travel, Health, Florida, News, Lifestyle, Ap, World, Nation, Miami, Associated Press, Royal Caribbean, Nation & World, Owen Torres, Jamaica Cruise


4 Tips to Restoring Your Body After Exercise

It is beneficial to regularly engage in any form of physical work out to stay fit and healthy. When working out, your muscles are under stress, and its tissues may be torn. If your workout involves strenuous sets such as heavy lifting or a long run, you are likely to experience muscle pain for about 24 to 48 hours. However, it is not permanent since your body can rebuild itself if you take a break between workout sessions for restoring your body. During this period your body will repair...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Sleep, Fitness, Exercise, Exercises, Workout, Working Out, Health & Fitness, Healthy Diet, Mattress, Consume Healthy Recovery Foods Working


Want To Look And Feel Younger? Read This First!

With 2019 already underway, it’s quite shocking to think that we all counted down to the turn of the millennium 19 years ago…A mere 10 years ago, the world was shocked with Michael Jackson suddenly passed away, Lady Gaga had released the incredible “Bad Romance” and people where still dancing with their iPod. Feeling old yet? Pop culture aside, it’s impossible not to feel the endless march of time. But surely there must be something you can do about it? Don’t get me wrong, there are so...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Exercise, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Anti-aging, Health & Fitness, 2019, Spiritual Health


Schoolgirls in Kenya to face compulsory tests for pregnancy and FGM

Girls in Narok County will be made to reveal identities of babies’ fathers and tell police about female genital mutilation Plans to subject schoolgirls in Kenya to mandatory tests for female genital mutilation and pregnancy are a violation of victims’ privacy, campaigners have warned.All girls returning to school this week in Narok, Kenya, will be examined at local health facilities as part of a countywide crackdown. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Africa, Women, Life and style, Society, World news, Health & wellbeing, Global development, Kenya, Fgm, Global Education, Narok County, Female genital mutilation (FGM, Narok Kenya


“Romansturbation” is a hot new craze among millennials seeking solo sexy time

More and more millennials are engaging in "romansturbation".
Tags: Health, Romance, Sex, Life, Lifestyle, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Self-love, Romansturbation


Why exercise alone won’t save us

Sedentary lifestyles are killing us – we need to build activity into our everyday lives, not just leave it for the gym. By Vybarr Cregan-ReidThis is the time of year when trainers are mined from under beds and gym kits are disinterred from the bottom drawer. Google searches relating to physical fitness peak in January. Many people even trawl the web to find out about “desk exercises” and “workouts on the go” in case they are too busy to use their new gym memberships.Our relationship with exercis...
Tags: Health, Google, UK, Fitness, US, Life and style, Society, Health & wellbeing, New Year, Vybarr Cregan ReidThis


Yogi trainer Joe Andrews on hydrating and getting in shape for the New Year

The best foods, the best work outs, the best gym and the best jams for getting that new body.
Tags: Health, Feature, Lifestyle, Trainers, Ad Friendly, Yogi, Joe Andrews


2019 Goals and Word of the Year

One thing I like to do every year is look back and see how I spent my time, what I thought I would get done and didn’t, and what I want to prioritize in the coming year. I also look ahead at what I have on the calendar. I use all of these things to set some goals for the year. Typically, these goals are focused on bettering myself and the world around me. This year, I’m also setting a word of the year, something I want to use to help focus my year. I have a number of Coeur teammat...
Tags: Health, Fitness, Life, Don, Coeur, 2019 Goals, Cook One New Recipe


Los Angeles trainer Kenta Seki is motivation for your New Year’s resolutions

LA trainer Kenta Seki talks staying in shape for the holidays and beyond.
Tags: Health, Feature, Fitness, La, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Ad Friendly, Kenta Seki


The Zakar twins on how to avoid “getting the side eye about sexual escapades”

Have trouble keeping up with your New Year's resolutions? Check out what these Instagram stars and LGBTQ advocates have to say!
Tags: Health, Lifestyle, Ad Friendly, The Zakar Twins, OraQuick, OraQuick In-Home HIV, Zakar, Corey Lay, Aurora Sexton, Luis Alvarez Schacht


2018 Year in Review

I had big plans in 2018, namely to finish a 70.3. Well, we all know how those plans went. 2018 quickly went off the rails, but I did my best to regroup and reframe my goals. One of my goals was to get healthy and I can successfully say that I did that by rehabbing my hip. I’m back to running pain free, so I consider that a huge win. January January was definitely a month of discovery. I started the month with an awesome trip to Disney to cheer for the marathon, but ended the month with a diagnos...
Tags: Health, Life, Disney, Harry Potter, Chattanooga, Hamilton, Southwest, Williamsburg, Disney World, Coeur, Donna, Baltic Cruise


It’s not that you’re not sexy, I just don’t care: 22 tweets that perfectly explain asexuality

It's estimated that approximately 1% of the planet’s 7.5 billion human inhabitants are asexual.
Tags: Health, Twitter, Identity, Life, Lifestyle, Sexuality, Asexuality, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Asexuals


Exceptional longevity: why some people live to be more than 100-year old

Interventions that promote longevity, remembered by mnemonic: DEEP purple - “eat colorful plant foods: Dietary modification, Exercise, active Engagement, Purposeful living (click here to enlarge the image).Based on a Mayo Clinic Proceedings article (https://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(18)30792-4/):Exceptional Human Longevity: the oldest old have an extreme phenotype of delayed onset of age-related diseases and/or resistance to lethal illnesses occurring earlier in life.Cent...
Tags: Health, Facebook, Japan, Lifestyle, United States, Mayo Clinic, Longevity, Ves Dimov, Germany Italy Greece Finland, Sweden Long


5 Tips For Buying High Quality Cannabis On A Budget

Cannabis is becoming a household word as more and more people are realizing the health benefits that little plan contains. Those that used cannabis years ago were considered pot-heads that couldn’t hold a good job because they were stoned all the time. Using cannabis is becoming so popular now that it is widely accepted and readily available, that your average American is enjoying it’s benefits whether you realize it or not. If you are looking to add marijuana into your life, you may be...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Fitness, Weed, Marijuana, Cannabis, Canada, Pot, Health Care, Medical Marijuana, Health & Fitness, Dispensary, Thc, Tips For Buying High Quality Cannabis On A Budget


Nutrition Advice: Who Can You Trust?

Have you ever heard someone describe a type of food as “a heart attack waiting to happen?” Chances are that the person saying it wasn’t talking about a salad with a light vinaigrette. It was likely something delicious that included meat, cheese, and maybe even some butter. Health-conscious citizens often categorize food that contains animal fats as unhealthy while regaling low-fat choices as better options. Where did these ideas come from, though? Are they actually based on scientific f...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Nutrition, Health & Fitness, Nutrients, Healthy Diet, Health & Nutrition, Nutrition Advice, Health and Nutrition, Nutritious Snacks, Personal Nutrition, Money Talks Nutrition


Girl, 10, dies after female genital mutilation in Sierra Leone

Renewed calls for country to end practice after girl bleeds to death following mass initiation into secret societyA 10-year-old girl has died after undergoing female genital mutilation during a mass initiation into a secret society in Sierra Leone.The girl, one of 68 involved in the rite, bled to death on Tuesday following complications from the FGM procedure. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Africa, Women, Life and style, Society, World news, Sierra Leone, Health & wellbeing, Global development, Fgm, Female genital mutilation (FGM


Bisexual stud Ryan Cleary speaks candidly about liking both guys and girls

"You don’t want to look back on your life and be like I lived for what I thought certain people in society wanted," Cleary says.
Tags: Health, Life, Lifestyle, Sexuality, Bisexual, Coming Out, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Bisexuality, Cleary, Ryan Cleary, The Bi Life


Hunky TV doctor Ranj Singh talks about that time he hooked up with Thom Evans… on the dance floor

We first learned about Dr. Ranj Singh earlier this year when he appeared on Strictly Come Dancing.
Tags: Health, Life, Lifestyle, Body Image, Strictly Come Dancing, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Ranj Singh, Hunky, Thom Evans


Junk food cravings linked to lack of sleep, study suggests

Researchers say tired people are likely to view unhealthy snacks more favourablyHaving even one night without sleep leads people to view junk food more favourably, research suggests.Scientists attribute the effect to the way food rewards are processed by the brain. Previous studies have found that a lack of shuteye is linked to expanding waistlines, with some suggesting disrupted sleep might affect hormone levels, resulting in changes in how hungry or full people feel. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Food, Science, Sleep, Obesity, Life and style, Society, World news, Health & wellbeing, Fast Food


12 questions for Drag Race All Star and World AIDS Day Ambassador Manila Luzon

We chatted with the queen who looks equally good in and out of drag on in-home HIV testing, her role models, and how she stays fit and healthy when she's constantly on the go.
Tags: Health, Lifestyle, Ad Friendly, Manila Luzon, OraQuick, OraQuick In-Home HIV


Is James Bond an alcoholic?

A new study analyzes the possibility that Bond has a problem. The lethal super spy generally rocks a killer blood-alcohol level. What's actually so cool about this guy? Sure, Ian Fleming's James Bond is always suave and sort of in control. However, through various actors and reimaginings, alcohol remains one of the few constants. A dry martini, usually, depending on the Bond actor, "shaken, not stirred." Experts from New Zealand's University of Otago actually counted up 007's drinks and found t...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Film, Australia, Sex, Innovation, New Zealand, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Bond, Fleming, Science And Art, University of Otago, Human body, American Psychiatric Associations DSM


Two wins for women: male contraception and a Supreme Court pass

Christmas came early for women who need health care.
Tags: Health, News, Supreme Court, Life, Local Politics, Local News, Nation & World Politics


How ‘Shout Your Abortion’ grew from a Seattle hashtag into a book

Amelia Bonow was recently in Seattle to talk about the book, "Shout Your Abortion."
Tags: Health, Books, News, Life, Lifestyle, Local Politics, Seattle, Local News, Amelia Bonow


Maybe meat reduction?

I read an article by David Mitchell yesterday about veganism, and it really got me thinking. He made the argument, in a very wishy-washy but not unclear way, that vegans are obviously in the right. Well, obviously. Vegetarians are in the right too. Meat-eaters obviously in the wrong. But, we do like to eat meat. We like sausages. We’re used to it. It’s what we grew up with. So, well, what then? Then the obvious step is to try and be better. For a while Su went vegetarian and her health suffered....
Tags: Health, Photography, Life, SU, David Mitchell


How Music Can Awaken Patients with Alzheimer’s and Dementia

In the late 1950’s, pioneering free jazz bandleader Sun Ra played a gig at a Chicago mental hospital, booked there by his manager Alton Abraham, who had an interest in alternative medicine. The experiment in musical therapy worked wonders. One patient who had not moved or spoken in years reportedly got up, walked over to the piano, and yelled out, “you call that music!” The anecdote illustrates just one experience among untold millions in which a person suffering from a debilitating neur...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Google, Utah, Music, Science, College, Life, Chicago, Norman Foster, Henry, Boston University, Facebook Twitter, University of Utah, Giuseppe Verdi, Josh Jones



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