Sarah Ferguson’s Next Moneymaker Might Be a Lifestyle Brand

Sarah, Duchess York is set to be the next celebrity to launch a lifestyle brand. Ahead, get all the details on the 60-year-old’s newest business endeavor.  The Duchess of York joined the British royal family in 1986 when she married Prince Andrew, Duke of York, the third of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh’s four children. Together, Sarah and Prince Andrew have two daughters; 31-year-old Princess Beatrice of York who is set to marry Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in May 2020, and 29-year-old Princess Eugenie of York. The Duke and Duchess of York…

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The Food Combining Diet Made Me Question Everything I Know About Food—But It Might Not Be So Legit

I love watching twenty-something lifestyle vloggers on YouTube. I buy their product recs (I saw Gretchen Geraghty wearing tiny gold hoops, so I bought tiny gold hoops), stalk their socials (Greece looked great, Brooke Miccio), and never miss a “week in my life” video (keep ’em coming, Danielle Carolan!). Recently, one of my fave vloggers, Maggie MacDonald, posted a video where she raved for 20 minutes about how an eating plan (“it’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle change”) called Food Combining made her feel less bloated and lose weight all while eating more food…

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5 foods that might help your eczema

Eczema is a condition that can be miserable to live with. It is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition that can leave you with red, dry, itchy, scaly skin. Sometimes there are tiny blisters and often the skin can split, causing pain. It’s common for children, with up to 12 percent of children suffering with the condition. But it can affect adults too. While eczema can be persistent, it is possible to improve symptoms, and adapting your diet can make a huge difference for some people with the skin condition –…

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Is your teenage son overweight? It might up his risk of getting a stroke as an adult

Obesity among teenagers is a growing concern in India. One of the factors that leads to it is the drop in the number of calories burned during adolescence due to a lack of exercise. A new finding reveals that men with excessive BMI increase from childhood to age 20 had a higher risk of stroke than those with average BMI increase. For every two-point increase in BMI, men were 20% more likely to have a stroke. Men, who were overweight at both time points, were 70% more likely to have a stroke. Of the…

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HIV programs, mental health: 8 ways Trump’s new budget might affect public health

W ASHINGTON —  When Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates sat down with President Trump and his aides a couple of months ago, he tried to convince the new president that public health funding was not something that could be sacrificed. “It’s an education process,” he said. Those pleas seem to have fallen on deaf ears. The budget outline released by the White House Tuesday contains sharp cuts to everything — from a $76 million reduction in global health funding that includes HIV programming to grass-roots community health grants. And while it’s not clear what cuts will…

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This Cafe Makes The Strongest Coffee In The World & Drinking Two Cups Might Just Kill You!

Are you one of those people who can’t get out of bed in the morning without a cup of coffee? Or are you someone who burn the midnight oil and banks on regular caffeine doses to carry you through the night? Whichever one of those you may be, an Australian cafe has started serving a new kind of coffee that you might certainly enjoy drinking. And it has been aptly named The Adelaide Ass Kicker. According to Mashable, this was first made for a nurse in an emergency department. The nurse…

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