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- 7 Dog Breeds that Should Never Be Mixed
We all know how popular "designer" dogs-including the Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever-Poodle), Puggle (Pug-Beagle), Cavachon (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel-Bichon Frise)-can be among celebrities and pet parents alike for their adorable faces and desirable traits, but what about the breeds that just shouldn't be mixed?
- Stunning Look for Michelle Obama
'Tis the season to go glam. First Kate Middleton – known for wearing affordable, accessible brands on the red carpet turned up the wattage with a diamond tiara that also happened to be a royal heirloom last week —the first time she's worn one since she got married. Then, on Sunday night,Michelle Obama eschewed her shorts-wearing, J. Crew-loving, sensible first lady image and swept into the Hollywood-heavy 36th annual Kennedy Center Awards in a spotlight-stealing Grecian gown.
- 4 Reasons Running is Best for Weight Loss
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- Court Apologizes After Tossing Out Breastfeeding Mom
For women who choose to nurse their infants, sleepless nights might be just the beginning of resulting hardships, thanks to folks who think that breastfeeding belongs hidden behind closed doors. That’s the hard lesson new mom Danielle Gendron learned after being ushered out of a Connecticut courtroom by a judicial marshal for discreetly nursing her 3-month old son.
- 5 Health Habits That Reduce Your Risk of Dementia
Here's motivation to live a healthier lifestyle: Following a nutritious diet, exercising regularly, maintaining a low body weight, avoiding smoking, and limiting alcohol consumption can help reduce the odds of dementia, according to research published Tuesday. Researchers at Cardiff University's School of Medicine in the U.K. studied 2,235 men and found that those who adopted all five, or even four, of these healthy behaviors experienced a 60 percent decline in dementia and cognitive decline (with exercise being the strongest mitigating factor) and 70 percent fewer cases of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke, compared to people who didn't practice any of them. Yahoo Shine could not reach lead study author Professor Peter Elwood for comment, however, he said in a press release, "What the research shows is that following a healthy lifestyle confers surprisingly large benefits to health - healthy behaviors have a far more beneficial effect than any medical treatment or preventative procedure."
- Why This Woman Wants to Rent a Family on Craigslist for the Holidays
- 'What Does the Spleen Do?' Harvard Med Students Spoof Viral Video
The Ancient Greeks believed that melancholy was produced by the spleen and the English said it was anger, but a group of Harvard medical students is tossing around some other explanations in a new video send-up of the massively viral "What Does the Fox Say?" The video was created for the 107th Second Year Show, an annual musical and comedy event put on by medical and dental students.