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Health effects of eggs: Where do we stand?

Are eggs good for you or not? The 2015 to 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends the nutrient-dense food as a source of protein, but an article in JAMA this month made a stir when it reported an association between eating eggs and an increased risk of heart disease and early death. Eating eggs in moderation may be beneficial to ...

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Scientists Say This Is the Age When You Officially Become an Adult

If you spend any time on the Internet these days, you’ve probably seen the word “adulting” come up on your feed several times. It refers to the process of acting like an adult—having a job, paying your bills, and making yourself dinner instead of just ordering takeout—and has gained a lot of traction among Millennials in recent years, probably because ...

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I’m not a prepper, but I’m prepared

“Do you have an extra roll of toilet paper in your truck?” Missy asked me last week. That’s not the kind of question you want to field at 10:17 on a stormy Wednesday night. I had visions of one of us making a run to the store, and you could guess which one of us it would be. It appeared ...

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The New 30 Something

It’s the financial riddle of the 30-something years. How does anyone, even those with a stable, upwardly mobile job, let alone a family, afford to live in places like New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco or Washington, D. C.? The answer: Many are bankrolled, to varying degrees, by their parents. Hold the eye roll and exasperation about millennials ...

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Dog-walking can be hazardous for seniors, study suggests

A man walks his dog in Lawrence, Mass., after an overnight snowstorm in early March. (Elise Amendola/AP) Dogs need to go on walks, and walking is good exercise for older adults. Seniors who combine the two — by walking a dog — are healthier than people who don’t, according to some research. But a new study by University of Pennsylvania ...

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Mental Health Hacks For Entrepreneurs

I’ve been a healthcare entrepreneur for 12 years now, raised some $30 million of venture capital funding and sold one medical device business, and I can honestly say I’ve never burned out. I have neither suffered from much anxiety and only once have I had depressive symptoms for a few weeks (during a business pivot). This isn’t necessarily the norm ...

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24% of Parents Have to Put Off Retirement for This Reason

Many workers dream of retiring early and enjoying the freedom that comes with not having a full-time job to report to. But 24% of parents are planning to do the opposite — put off retirement — and the reason boils down to supporting their adult children, according to data from Porch, a service that connects homeowners with home professionals. Why ...

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Anti-vaccination conspiracy theories thrive on Amazon

Amid a growing measles outbreak in the United States, the role of powerful tech companies like YouTube and Facebook in spreading vaccine misinformation is under heavy scrutiny. But there is another massive platform offering spurious anti-vaccination content to people seeking information, a review by CNN Business reveals: Amazon, the world’s largest online marketplace. And, asked about it, an Amazon spokesperson ...

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7 Best Hatchets for Camping, Backpacking, and Survival

The Manual may earn a commission when you buy through links on our site. Few tools are as essential to the outdoorsman as a well-made hatchet. It’s a must-have for hikers, campers, preppers, and post-apocalypse survivalists. From ultra-packable, backcountry half-hatchets to full-sized, multipurpose axe-like tools, here are seven of the best for upping your outdoor game. SOG Survival Hawk Limited ...

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