This 20-Day Cleanse Will Reset Your Liver and Speed Weight Loss

When you think about all the hormonal havoc that comes with being a woman, your mind probably drifts to frustrating mood swings, cramps, intense chocolate cravings, hot flashes , and night sweats. What most of us don’t consider is the impact that such hormonal fluctuations have on the liver — but breakthrough science from Loyola University Chicago suggests we should: The researchers report that the wax and wane of estrogen…

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Healthy Weight

What is healthy weight loss? It’s natural for anyone trying to lose weight to want to lose it very quickly. But evidence shows that people who lose weight gradually and steadily (about 1 to 2 pounds per week) are more successful at keeping weight off. Healthy weight loss isn’t just about a “diet” or “program”. It’s about an ongoing lifestyle that includes long-term changes in daily eating and exercise habits….

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The Top 5 Weight Loss Mistakes Women Make

The decades-long journey that led me to become the fitness, nutrition, and weight-loss expert (and healthy, happy human being) I am today was just that: a journey . For years, I searched for the next quick-fix diet or miracle workout. I tried just about every hokey weight-loss trick in the book. But it wasn’t until I made balanced, sustainable lifestyle changes that I lost the weight, got strong, and started…

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Weight Loss Surgery: New Celebrations, and a New Way to Celebrate

Weight Loss Surgery: New Celebrations, and a New Way to Celebrate These days, Robin Carter, 47, keeps adding anniversaries to celebrate, and they’re all related to her health. One is September 12, 2016, the date she had bariatric weight loss surgery at Cone Health. A second is November 5, 2016, the date her doctor told her she could finally start intensive exercise, an important part of her success. And related,…

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The key for low-income populations to lose weight? An app, this study suggests

Stress is something everyone experiences from time to time — it’s a fairly unavoidable aspect of life. Chronic stress, linked biologically to obesity , also leads to health disparities such as obesity-inducing inactivity, the American Psychology Association reports . While this is a historically difficult to treat issue, a new study found a significant amount of weight loss in a low-income group through a free phone app. According to the study’s…

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We need to learn from the consumer product industry for next phase of growth in IT: Rajesh Gopinathan, TCS

Tata Consultancy Services spent two years focused on getting back to double-digit growth, facing down critics who said its strategy was too conservative. With double-digit growth assured in FY19, and momentum set up for FY20, TCS CEO Rajesh Gopinathan told ET’s Jochelle Mendonca & Raghu Krishnan that to be successful at the time of rapid technological change, the IT industry needs to learn from the consumer staple sector. Edited excerpts:With…

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Kanye West’s Mental Health Event With The New York Times Has Been Canceled

YouTube Kanye West has been highly visible this year after laying low for most of 2017, but as it turns out, this hasn’t been a great thing for him, as his antics earlier in 2018 have started to affect his upcoming appearances. As reported by Brooklyn Vegan, Kanye’s New York Times Times Talk scheduled for this week, October 17, with Charlamagne Tha God at New York City Hall has been…

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3 Benefits of Identity Resolution for Brands

hsoj95 / Pixabay For as much focus marketers put into the “customer journey,” very few consumers ever consider themselves actually engaged in one. While brands dutifully attempt to monitor their activity across marketing channels and tactics, consumers merely want to purchase products and services that meet their needs and enjoy a buying experience that is relevant, convenient, and friction free. In this world where specific channels and tactics matter far…

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If you are ready to become a parent, don’t let residency stop you

I had the fascinating experience of interviewing for residency at 20+ weeks’ pregnant. Although a number of people told me that I was doomed, I found the experience to be quite enlightening. Since I couldn’t hide the fact that life outside medicine was going to be important to me during residency, I felt empowered to ask the “don’t ask” questions during my interviews. What did I have to lose? The…

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Caesars Entertainment Scores Partnership Deal With Las Vegas Raiders Stadium

Caesars Entertainment has reached the first partnership with the under-construction $1.8 billion Las Vegas football stadium that will become the home of the NFL Raiders for the start of the 2020 season. Caesars Entertainment will have a private suite inside the Las Vegas Raiders stadium to offer its most loyal customers. (Image: Caesars Entertainment/Raiders/Casino.org) In a press release, Raiders President Marc Badain says it’s the team’s first partnership with a…

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