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How Willie Nelson Got Woody Harrelson to Start Smoking Weed Again

Midway through 2017, noted pot smoker Woody Harrelson announced that he’d actually given up using marijuana after, “30 solid years of just partying too fucking hard.” But when you’re a celebrity with a penchant for a good time, a fat joint, and a friendship with Willie Nelson, that only lasts so long. In the September cover story for Esquire, Harrelson ...

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Miley Cyrus And Liam Hemsworth – Can They Work Things Out?

Could it be there’s a chance Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus will reconcile? Yes — if their loved ones have anything to say about it. “Miley’s and Liam’s families are encouraging them not to make any quick moves when it comes to officially divorcing,” a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly, noting that the relatives are ...

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Apple & Amazon’s Newest Health Tech Is Changing Healthcare

Big tech companies like Apple, Amazon and Google are intensely focusing their efforts and heavily investing in fighting diabetes as another possible revenue source. Health tech is big business and projected to reach $149 billion by 2025, with the diabetes device market set to claim around $38 billion by 2026. Could this be the best chance for African-Americans who over ...

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5 Neck Pain Tricks We’re Using From Now On…

Stiff neck? The area above your shoulders is one that commonly holds tension, especially if you’re sitting at a desk all day (with sub-par posture) or constantly staring down at your phone screen. According to research, neck pain may feel like a “kink,” stiffness or severe pain. This pain may spread to the shoulders, upper back or arms, or it ...

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Vision Problems Are Common… Should You Be Worried?

Cataracts… What Are They And Should You Be Worried? Cataracts are a common eye condition that can cloud your vision. The clouding or discoloration of the eye’s lens caused by natural proteins that build up as we age. Cataracts can start to develop during middle age but you may not notice any symptoms until later in life. 90 percent of ...

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Your Blood Pressure Questions Are Finally Answered

Almost half of American adults have high blood pressure, or hypertension. It’s often called the “silent killer” because people often don’t have any symptoms and many don’t know they have it. What is blood pressure? Blood pressure refers to the force of blood flowing through your blood vessels, according to the American Heart Association. When your heart beats, it pumps ...

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“Get Rid Of Big Tech Once And For All “

According to my iPhone, I pick up my phone 177 times a day and spend 26 hours a week on social media. These aren’t hours allotted to a hobby I view as a priority. Rather, these are hours lost to what I can only describe as an addiction. Any time I experience even a few seconds of idle time, my ...

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The Uncomforatble Truth About Doomsday Capitalists

In his pitch to potential buyers, Larry Hall touts his condominium’s high ceilings and spacious living rooms. Then there are the swimming pool, saunas and movie theater. But what really sets the development apart, in his view, is its ability to survive the apocalypse. Mr. Hall has converted a former military nuclear missile vault into a luxury condominium built 15 ...

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How To Take The Headache Out Of Finance

The key to growing wealth isn’t always simply to make more money. Sometimes, it’s about using what you have to your advantage — maybe it’s as easy as moving your savings into an account with higher interest rates, or taking advantage of an employer’s 401(k) match. Most importantly, experts say one of the most important elements to building wealth is ...

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Link Between Blood Pressure And Dementia

Staying sharp and warding off dementia might rely, in part, on doing your best to keep high blood pressure at bay. So finds a new study that suggests strict control of hypertension may help prevent dementia. In the study, researchers at the U.S. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) used MRIs to scan the brains of hundreds of ...

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