Bowel endometriosis: What to know

Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when tissue similar to the endometrial tissue that lines the uterus grows in other areas of the body. It commonly develops on the pelvic organs, such as the fallopian tubes but also occurs on the bowel. Bowel endometriosis involves the abnormal growth of endometrial tissue in the intestines. In…

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Phys Ed: Is Aerobic Exercise the Key to Successful Aging?

Aerobic activities like jogging and interval training can make our cells biologically younger, according to a noteworthy new experiment. Weight training may not have the same effect, the study found, raising interesting questions about how various types of exercise affect us at a microscopic level and whether the differences should perhaps influence how we choose…

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It Could Be the Age of the Chicken, Geologically

It’s one thing to eat chicken every day. It’s something else to have that on your permanent record, as in the geological record, the remnants of our time that archaeologists or aliens of the future will sift through to determine who we were and how we shaped our world. But a group of scientists argue…

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The Far Out Freestyle Fashion of Byron Bay, Australia

STREET STYLE Playful looks abound in this beach community where the waves become a runway — hiding out as far east as you can go in Australia. Dec. 11, 2018 Celeste Twikler, jewelry designer Image Celeste TwiklerCreditNatalie Grono for The New York Times When dressing, comfort is always my top priority. It’s got to be…

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Medical News Today: What is the normal pH range for urine?

Urine comprises water, salts, and waste products from the kidneys. The balance of these compounds can affect the urine’s acidity levels, which specialists measure in pH. The pH is the measurement of how acidic or alkaline a person’s urine is. Doctors often test the urine pH, and they may perform other diagnostic tests, when a…

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How to Survive Being Stranded During the Holidays

The best-laid travel plans can go seriously awry when winter weather comes to play. A little sprinkle of magic—by way of some gorgeous sparkle—can make a big difference in turning a worst-holiday-ever situation into something memorable. Watch the video above to see how we used Swarovski pieces to cast a magic spell on The Beekman…

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The Softest, Coziest Stuff to Buy From Shopbop’s Super Sale

With just two weeks left in 2018, it’s officially cozy time. A moment in the calendar where cashmere knits, wooly hats, and faux fur coats reign supreme because 1. You’ve had a long year and your clothing now does double duty as a security blanket and 2. It’s cold AF outside. If you’re lacking in…

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What is female ejaculation?

Female ejaculation is when a female’s urethra expels fluid during sex. It can happen when a female becomes sexually aroused, but there is not necessarily an association with having an orgasm. Scientists do not fully understand female ejaculation, and there is limited research on how it works and its purpose. Female ejaculation is perfectly normal,…

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Vows: Arts Meets Science and Chemistry Wins the Day

Forgive Paul M. Romer for turning two of the greatest days of his life into a one-day event. He was just being economical. Mr. Romer, who was until January the chief economist of the World Bank in Washington, was married Monday to Caroline Weber, an author and full professor of French Literature at Barnard College,…

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Restaurants: 10 Great New York Dishes of 2018

With apologies to the listicle gods, not to mention the headline gods, I don’t mean this to be a definitive list of the best things I ate this year. I change my mind too often and besides, such a list would overlap considerably with my ranking of the best new restaurants reviewed in 2018. It…

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