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    Woman coughs so hard she breaks rib

    When the 66-year-old woman, who has not been named in the report published in the New England Journal of Medicine, first went to see her doctor, it was thought she merely had the flu. Further tests confirmed she had an infection with Bordetella pertussis, which causes whooping cough. Whooping cough is rarely serious in adults however in the most severe cases it can lead to complications such as rib fractures.

  • 'Baahubali' Fame, Anushka Shetty Reveals If She Is Getting Married To Co-actor Prabhas
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    'Baahubali' Fame, Anushka Shetty Reveals If She Is Getting Married To Co-actor Prabhas

    Baahubali franchise's titular hero, Bahubali and on-screen wife, Devasena, played by Prabhas and Anushka Shetty respectively, have been the centre of many entertainment portals. This movie gave us a new heartthrob to obsess about and people are crazy to know about the love life of their Bahubali. There was a buzz about Prabhas is dating his co-star from the movie, Anushka and the two are getting engaged in December.

  • Meghan Markle Breaks Royal Protocol in Wales
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    Meghan Markle Breaks Royal Protocol in Wales

    Only Prince Charles broke the rule once in 2010.

  • DIY Network Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Remark
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    DIY Network Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Remark

    The DIY Network star has yet to publicly comment on the controversy.

  • Mother charges five-year-old daughter rent to teach her about the real world
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    Mother charges five-year-old daughter rent to teach her about the real world

    Essence Evans, a mother from Georgia, has received widespread attention after writing a post on Facebook about how she parents her daughter. “This strategy not only prepares your child for the real world.

  • Off-duty doctor delivers baby on plane when woman goes into labour early
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    Off-duty doctor delivers baby on plane when woman goes into labour early

    An off-duty doctor sprung into action on a long-haul flight when a woman sitting next to him suddenly went into labour on the plane. 27-year-old second-year urology resident Dr Sij Hemal successfully delivered baby Jake after his mother’s contractions started a week early on December 17. For Dr Hemal, who works at Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, the eight hour Air France flight from Paris to New York was the second leg of his journey back to the States from India.

  • Gluten-free food isn't healthier for you, new study indicates
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    Gluten-free food isn't healthier for you, new study indicates

    Eating gluten-free food isn’t necessarily beneficial for your health, a new study has claimed. The study, published in the February issue of the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, compared the nutrient content and cost of regular and gluten-free food products in the UK. Researchers from the University of Hertfordshire assessed the nutritional information and costs of the food products by collecting the data from manufacturer and supermarket websites.

  • Meet moringa, the Indian superfood everyone's talking about
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    Meet moringa, the Indian superfood everyone's talking about

    Moringa has been revered among Ayurvedic circles for hundreds of years, but it’s currently poised to become the hot superfood of 2016. Nearly every part of the moringa oleifera, or drumstick tree, is edible and packed with vitamin C, protein, iron, and calcium.

  • Man takes intimate photos of his wife breastfeeding their baby
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    Man takes intimate photos of his wife breastfeeding their baby

    A man has taken intimate photos of his wife breastfeeding their baby to portray the beauty of such a natural act. Vincent Ferrané is a photographer from Paris. When his child was born, he begun a personal photography project called “Milky Way”.

  • Male contraceptive pill made from arrow poison shows promise, claim scientists
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    Male contraceptive pill made from arrow poison shows promise, claim scientists

    Despite the myriad of oral contraceptives available for women, no such form of birth control exists for men. After conducting a study on rats, a report published in the ACS’ Journal of Medicinal Chemistry shows the contraceptive benefits of ouabain, a compound traditionally used by African hunters as poison on their arrows. According to the report, ouabain disturbs the movement of sodium and calcium ions and binds to a protein that is critical in fertility.

  • What Is Micro-Cheating? Psychologists Explain
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    What Is Micro-Cheating? Psychologists Explain

    A subconscious Facebook like may cause more harm than good.

  • Women are posting makeup-free selfies to spread acne positivity
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    Women are posting makeup-free selfies to spread acne positivity

    Women are posting makeup-free selfies on social media to send out an important message about accepting your skin problems. Acne is very common, affecting eight out of 10 people aged between 11 and 30 in the UK. An increased number of women have begun forgoing the security of their makeup, spurring a social media movement with the aim of spreading skin and acne positivity.

  • Veganuary tips: How to make vegan food exciting and manage social situations
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    Veganuary tips: How to make vegan food exciting and manage social situations

    If you're halfway through Veganuary, you may be struggling. If you think you’ll throw up if you see another chickpea, fear not - there are ways to make vegan cooking interesting, exciting and delicious, you just have to know how. Although restaurants are increasingly catering for vegans, it can be really hard when all your friends want to go out for pizza.

  • Mother shares reality of post-childbirth bodies in honest Instagram post
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    Mother shares reality of post-childbirth bodies in honest Instagram post

    A mother has revealed the reality of struggling with body insecurities after giving birth in an honest Instagram post. Mel Watts is a mother-of-four living on the Central Coast in New South Wales, Australia. Yesterday, Watts shared a post on Instagram showing the stretch marks that she has after undergoing a caesarean around seven months ago.

  • Why women crave chocolate on their periods, according to a dietician
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    Why women crave chocolate on their periods, according to a dietician

    Any woman who’s had a period knows that when your time of the month comes around, the cravings usually come out to play.

  • Teen with cystic acne shares powerful message about embracing yourself
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    Teen with cystic acne shares powerful message about embracing yourself

    A teen with cystic acne has shared a powerful message about overcoming your insecurities and embracing your beauty to inspire others struggling with similar issues.

  • Iskra Lawrence posts inspirational 10-year transformation photo to promote body positivity
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    Iskra Lawrence posts inspirational 10-year transformation photo to promote body positivity

    Iskra Lawrence is a 27-year-old model who believes very strongly in the beauty of all shapes and sizes. Lawrence struggled with body insecurities growing up, following restrictive diets when she was a young teenager in an effort to try to reduce her natural curves. Since struggling with eating disorders as a teenager, Lawrence has embarked on a journey of self-care and self-acceptance and is now helping others to do the same.

  • Non-smokers likely to start using conventional cigarettes within a year of using e-cigarettes, finds study
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    Non-smokers likely to start using conventional cigarettes within a year of using e-cigarettes, finds study

    Adolescents who use e-cigarettes are more likely to start smoking real cigarettes within a year, new research has found. “We found that teens who experimented with tobacco in any form were at greater risk of future smoking," said lead author Benjamin W. Chaffee, a professor at the UCSF School of Dentistry.

  • Why you should never drink coffee on a flight
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    Why you should never drink coffee on a flight

    Think twice before you ask for a cup of tea or coffee mid-air.

  • Measles outbreak spreading across England, warn health officials
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    Measles outbreak spreading across England, warn health officials

    Public health experts are urging parents to immunise their children against measles as the potentially deadly bug has now spread to five regions in England. With more than 100 cases confirmed, Public Health England warns that the UK could be on the verge of an outbreak due to a rise in cases across Europe. People who have recently visited Romania, Italy and Germany and have not been fully immunised against measles via the MMR vaccine may be most at risk, they said.

  • Here are some awesome benefits of sesame seeds for skin & health
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    Here are some awesome benefits of sesame seeds for skin & health

    Sesame seeds have health benefits -- while the antioxidant properties present in the seeds help in anti-ageing, the rich omega fatty acids content triggers hair growth, say, experts. Nmami Agarwal, Nutritionist and Amit Sarda, Managing Director at Soulflower, have shared a few inputs:

  • Lottie Moss under fire for claiming she 'could never be skinny' because she 'loves garlic bread'
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    Lottie Moss under fire for claiming she 'could never be skinny' because she 'loves garlic bread'

    Model Lottie Moss has been criticised for tweeting that she could “never be skinny” because she “loves garlic bread so much.”

  • More than half of adults drink alcohol to cope with stress, finds study
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    More than half of adults drink alcohol to cope with stress, finds study

    Almost 60 per cent of adults are drinking alcohol in order to cope with the stresses of everyday life, a study has discovered.