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Marriage rates supposedly are on the decline. While it’s an oft-repeated statistic that 50 percent of first marriages end in divorce, that number has remained unchanged for the past 30 years.

The nation’s top public health expert told Congress Thursday that the Obama administration is doing everything possible to stop the unprecedented Ebola epidemic in West Africa and pledged that the U.S. health care system is prepared to stop an outbreak on American soil.




For chronic pain sufferers, there is a real problem with the abuse of painkillers in the United States. While the number of patients who have a legitimate need for prescription painkillers — 100 million plus — is vastly more than the number of people addicted to painkillers — 11 million — there is a stigma attached to the prescribing, dispensing and utilization of pain medicines.

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DIY skin care
Use herbs to make your own skin care products. Chamomile, calendula, rosemary, sage, and mallow all help to preserve youthful skin. Chamomile and calendula are used for soothing and healing irritated skin. Rosemary and sage tone skin cells while mallow is used as a smoother and emollient.

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Over the last three decades, Americans have cut their intake of artery-clogging saturated and trans fats -- but not enough, new research shows.
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Seniors who wear their dentures when they sleep are at increased risk for pneumonia, according to new research.
Understanding Stress: Finding Balance
The moment you get stressed, you experience a physical stress reaction; you know, a faster heartbeat or tense muscles. Your body usually reacts to stress in the same way each time it strikes, so noticing how you tend to react, how often you experience these symptoms, and if they become more serious is the first step toward regaining calm. From there, heed these simple steps for keeping your cool.
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