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Filtered Coffee Can Reduce Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Researchers in Sweden have affirmed conclusions drawn from previous studies showing that coffee consumption can help reduce the risk of people developing type 2 diabetes. The new study, however, makes a fine distinction for your grinds: drink filtered coffee. For the purposes of their study, the research team at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden identify filtered coffee as being ...

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Billie Eilish Proves She’s Still Justin Bieber’s No. 1 Fan

Recently, Billie Eilish joined The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke hall-of-fame—and it was filled with dance breaks, nostalgia and tons of surprises. Dressed in an oversized striped sweater and donning her edgy neon green-black hair, the 17-year-old sang along to her hit songs “bad guy,” “all the good girls go to hell,” “ocean eyes” and “when the party’s over.” After ...

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A Complete Guide to CBD Oil in 2020

As CBD oil explodes onto the market, a lot of people find themselves asking some important questions about its use. There are many personal reports out there about the effects of CBD on the human body. Even so, many of these accounts are not backed by actual research. This is mostly due to the lack of backing from the Food ...

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Survey Shows Americans Are Turning to the Black Market for Health Supplies

Diabetes medications and blood-test supplies are sold, traded and donated on black markets because the U.S. healthcare system isn’t meeting patients’ needs, a study shows. In a survey, about half of people who participated in these underground exchanges said they do it because they lack access to the proper medications and supplies to manage their diabetes, researchers report in the ...

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Eating chili peppers may cut your risk of death

Chili peppers are a beloved ingredient in many dishes around the world. Whether you favor the flavor or not, new research suggests that there may be some serious medical benefits to adding them to your next meal. The study, which was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, examined the effects of regular chili pepper consumption on ...

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Channing Tatum On Being A Single Parent

Channing Tatum appeared on ‘Running Wild With Bear Grylls’ last Tuesday, and between eating worms and standing in the frigid waters of Norway, the actor opened up about his fears as a single father. Tatum and Jenna Dewan separated in April 2018, after eight years of marriage. However, they just finalized their divorce last month. The couple has a six-year-old daughter ...

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The Top 10 Most-Followed Celebrities on Instagram in 2019

With the advent of Instagram, people often began to share their photos and look for strangers. After all, it was originally invented as a place where users could upload their photos and nothing more. However, today Instagram has become one of the most popular resources in the world. It’s not just a social photo network – it’s a lifestyle. And, ...

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Tom Cruise Spills The Beans

Tom Cruise guides a behind-the-scenes look at how the fighter jet theatrics came together for his new film, Top Gun: Maverick, out June 26th, 2020. The film finds Cruise reprising his role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, the ace pilot from 1986’s Top Gun, although a lot has changed in both aviation and film technology since then. In the new documentary ...

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Military Tries To Recover Bodies From New Zealand Volcano Disaster

Military personnel will attempt to recover bodies of the remaining victims of New Zealand’s White Island volcano tragedy at first light Friday local time — four days after it erupted. A total of 47 people were on the island, which is 50 kilometers (31 miles) off the coast of Whakatane on the country’s North Island, when the eruption occurred on ...

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