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The Golden Girls Action Comics

You know them as four old ladies who live together in Miami. They’re a quiet bunch—seemingly normal. They have to appear that way as part of the …

Outside the Lines: An Artists’ Coloring Book for Giant Imaginations

A coloring book for kids and grownups alike, Outside the Lines features a collection of contemporary art and illustrations by over a 100 creative …

Surgeons Discover Quirky Knee Ligament All Over Again

About 150 years ago, a prestigious surgeon in Paris found a new body part while dissecting cadavers. He described the structure as a pearly, "fibrous band" on the outside of the bones in the knee.<p>That sure sounds like a ligament. But nobody really gave it much thought. And poof! Over the next …

Halloween Light Show 2013- The Fox (What Does the Fox Say)

Unicorn at the Zoo

(YouTube link)<p>The unicorn exhibit at the Los Angeles Zoo is brought to you by Jeff Wysaski of Pleated-Jeans. In this video, you'll learn some …

Cups Tap Dance

(YouTube link)<p>Broadway hoofers perform "The Cups Song," led by Christopher Rice of <i>The Book of Mormon</i>. It's an accomplishment when you learn how to …

8 Pieces Of Wisdom From Winnie The Pooh, A Bear Stuffed With Fluff (PHOTOS)

<i>The stress and strain of constantly being connected can sometimes take your life -- and your well-being -- off course. GPS For The Soul can help you find your way back to balance.</i><p>GPS Guides are our way of showing you what has relieved others' stress in the hopes that you will be able to identify …

Medical Success Story: Born at 23 Weeks

Tundi Brady was convinced her son Dexter would not live when she went into early labor.

JFK Baby Death in 1963 Sparked Medical Race to Save Preemies

Patrick Bouvier Kennedy, born premature, died after 39 hours of life on Aug. 7, 1963, three months before his father, President John F. Kennedy, was …

The (15 Minute) Bye-Bye Arm Jiggle Workout

Strapless dresses expose your upper back, shoulders, upper chest, and arms. This workout will shape all those places. Do these arm exercises one after another with no rest in between. Repeat the circuit, resting a minute between circuits.<p>1. Standing V Raise<p>Hold a dumbbell in each hand and stand …

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20 Cool & Creative Ice Cube Trays

Hot weather is here and ICE COLD drinks are now a requirement for living! Freshen up your drinks with really cool and fun ice cubes using these …

Serenading Pool Gondolier

Turn your pool into a Venetian paradise (in miniature) with the Serenading Pool Gondolier. This 9″ tall crooner on a 15″ boat floats around your pool …

_UNDFTD X NEW BALANCE SONIC 574 FLEECE HEATHER GREY Sneakers

UNDFTD X NEW BALANCE 574Undefeated and New Balance have teamed up to create this Limited Edition Sonic 574. Inspired by a retro 80s sweatshirt, this …

Figure 1, A Medical Photo Sharing App for Healthcare Professionals

Figure 1 is a photo sharing app specifically aimed at healthcare professionals. The iOS app allows healthcare professionals to upload and share …

15-Minute Arm Workout: Armed For Summer

Get firmer, stronger, sexier arms and shoulders with this fast-acting circuit workout<p>The heat of summer is right around the corner, and that means breaking out the essentials: sundresses, tanks, and lots of skin. If your arms aren't ready to see the light just yet, don't freak. New York City …

Hypothyroidism: Causes and Risk Factors

Hypothyroidism may develop for a number of different reasons, the most common of which is an autoimmune attack on the thyroid gland, called …

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Inflammatory Diseases

In theory, it may seem like management of autoimmune diseases is pretty straightforward. Essentially, the goal is to first diagnose the type of disease in order to evaluate prognosis, then aim to suppress the inflammatory process with methods and medications most appropriate for the disease while …

Gender Dysphoria: DSM-5 Reflects Shift In Perspective On Gender Identity

By: Wynne Parry, LiveScience Contributor<p>Published: 06/04/2013 02:11 PM EDT on LiveScience<p><b>Editor's Note</b><i>: With the release of the latest edition of the mental health manual, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (the DSM), LiveScience takes a close look at some of the disorders it</i> …

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A Single Image That Continues to Haunt

In 2005, Jim Sheeler wrote a Pulitzer Prize-winning story about the return of 24-year-old 2nd Lt. James J. Cathey from Iraq. Cathey's coffin was …

Florence and Venice Sites in Inferno by Dan Brown

01 of 12<p>Boboli Gardens<p>Robert Langdon and his new partner, Sienna Brooks, start their quest in the Boboli Gardens, a huge park behind the <i>Pitti Palace</i>, …

Alice in Wonderland Stephanie Jager #Photography

Can We Talk About Sex... and Cancer?

Anyone who knows me knows I'm not shy about talking about much of anything, especially sex. Although I'm happily married and in a monogamous relationship (in which I plan to stay for the rest of my days), I've been in relationships with both men and women and had my share of experiences during my …

Applying the Inside-Out Understanding -- Or Not

Beyond a doubt, here's the most common question that I'm asked about my work: "How does one apply (to life) the fact that everyone's thinking and mindset in the moment is the source of his or her experience?"<p>My answer is always the same: "You don't." The inside-out understanding is innate; there's …

Yoga: Integrating Mind and Body Practices Into the Health-Care System

<i>This interview is part of a series devoted to interviews with several health, yoga, and spiritual educators who will be presenting at the second annual Yoga Service Conference hosted by the Omega Institute and the Yoga Service Council June 7-9, 2013. Anyone interested in working to create strong,</i> …

Your Brain Burns 20 Percent of the Calories You Eat, and More Reasons Weight Loss All Starts With Your Mind

You knew your brain was busy—but did you know it was <i>this</i> busy? With all that it does during the day, your brain is using 20 percent of your caloric intake every day. But it's picky about the kinds of food it wants, opting for glucose—mostly from carbohydrates that you've recently eaten.<p>Crazy, …

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