This Is What Justin Bieber’s Clothing Looks Like

Remember those white hotel slippers Justin Bieber was seen bopping across New York City in last August? Turns out he wasn’t just a huge fan of the comfy (yet too-small) slippers, he actually designed a whole line of them and debuted his newest experiment when he launched his own fashion label, Drew, last December. Now,…

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Medical News Today: Hearing loss and cognitive decline: Study probes link

Recent research adds to a growing body of knowledge that links hearing loss with cognitive decline, which is a hallmark of dementia and often precedes the disease. Research suggests a link between hearing loss and cognitive decline. After analyzing 8 years of data from a health study of more than 10,000 men, scientists at Brigham…

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8 Wellness Products to Add to Your Bridal Survival Kit

Most wedding day survival kits are equipped with an arsenal of essential items to help brides avoid any mishaps or unexpected hiccups. Double-sided tape, bobby pins and a bevy of pills, ranging from aspirin to allergy medication, can certainly prove useful. But here are some additional products to help you get ahead of any potential…

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Awake on the Table

The doctor ordered a “push” on my sedative, and I succumbed to the sweet blackness. But then something went wrong, and I was awake too soon, flailing and crying, the medical team scrambling to maneuver the tube that had been placed down my throat in what should have been a straightforward gastroscopy. I put up…

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5 Places: 5 Places to Visit in Ketchum, Idaho

Image Big mountain skier Alexis “Lexi” du PontCreditJon Mancuso Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of south-central Idaho lies Ketchum, an outdoors-obsessed city and home to America’s first destination ski resort, Sun Valley. At 9,150 feet, Bald Mountain, called Baldy, presides over Ketchum with 12 lifts, 105 trails, a sophisticated snow-making operation and impeccably groomed runs.…

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Doctors: Lessons From Behind the Curtain

The radiology tech waved me into his cozy dark room filled with bright screens. It’s usually off-limits to patients, but maybe he knew I was a local doctor and faculty member at Harvard Medical School, which can occasionally get me a backstage pass. With a smirk, he told me I should eat something, pointing at…

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