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    17 Unfortunate Realities Of Having ADHD

    May 24th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Caroline Kee

    Dealing with unsolicited comments about your disorder:

    Besides struggling to make it through this entire post without getting distracted.

    [Editor’s note: ADD/ADHD is a neurological disorder characterized by difficulty sustaining attention, lack of self-control, impaired working memory, and a range of other symptoms. It’s now more often classified in medical literature as attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but lots of people (including some doctors) still refer to it as ADD. For more information regarding ADHD, click here or find resources here.]

    Dealing with unsolicited comments about your disorder:

    Nickelodeon / knowyourmeme.com / Via Twitter: @CarolineDKee

    Walking into a room only to completely forget why you went there in the first place:

    Walking into a room only to completely forget why you went there in the first place:

    Caroline Kee / BuzzFeed / Via memebase.cheezburger.com

    Scrambling to retrace your thoughts and remember why you started a new task:

    Scrambling to retrace your thoughts and remember why you started a new task:

    Twitter: @kendotorg


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    12 Cheat Meals Personal Trainers Actually Eat

    May 24th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Sally Tamarkin

    The idea of the "cheat meal" is an imperfect concept.

    Here’s what fitness pros eat when they DGAF.

    The idea of the “cheat meal” is an imperfect concept.

    The phrase implies that when you eat stuff you really want to eat, you’re doing something bad or wrong. But that’s not quite what we mean here.

    It’s not uncommon for people who are in the health and fitness industry to stick to a fairly consistent diet — one that’s aimed at workout performance and recovery or maintaining a certain body composition, etc. — and then every so often, take a break from their food routine to have a meal that, if they had it all the time, wouldn’t help them meet their goals. Meet: the treat meal.

    BuzzFeed Health wanted to know what fitness pros eat when they’re throwing caution to the wind.

    Here’s what they told us:

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    Ice cream in a waffle cone with sprinkles

    Ice cream in a waffle cone with sprinkles

    “This is real, artisanal ice cream from Salt & Straw, it’s not some ‘healthy’ take on ice cream. If I’m going to have ice cream, I want …read more

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    Why Americans Are So Damn Unhealthy, In 4 Shocking Charts

    May 24th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Peter Aldhous

    Americans spend big on health care, yet die young.

    Stand by for another round of partisan warfare, as Senate Republicans grapple with a replacement for Obamacare. You can expect to hear a lot about access to health insurance and coverage for preexisting conditions. Those are important issues, for sure. But there are much deeper problems with health in America, which the current fight will do little to address.

    Americans spend big on health care, yet die young.

    Peter Aldhous for BuzzFeed News / Via data.oecd.org

    Since the early 1970s, most developed countries have followed a similar trajectory: They have increased spending on health care and seen some impressive gains in life expectancy.

    But one nation stands out for profligate spending and poor outcomes. The US has spent more than any other nation on health care, while its citizens still die fairly young. Among 23 nations who have been members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) since the early 1970s, only Turkey — which spends a tiny fraction of what Americans lavish on health care — lags behind the US on life expectancy. Japan leads the OECD with a life expectancy of 83.7 in 2014, almost 4 years longer than the …read more

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    Flint Isn’t Ready To Trust Anyone Yet

    May 24th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Bim Adewunmi

    In the 1,000-plus days since Flint, Michigan, had (federally acceptable) potable water, a lot more than the pipes has eroded.

    Trust, like dependably clean water, is not easy to come by in this slightly careworn city of just under 100,000 people. For residents, the knowledge that a toxic cocktail of contaminants had been inadvertently released into their water supply is bad enough. But the water crisis is also understood as part of a grander historical narrative of neglect and political dismissal.

    For a city that has given the US — and by extension, the world — so much (the modern automobile industry as we know it was Flint-bred), Flint has been treated shabbily indeed. And beneath the patina of low-level anger at the great injustice it has been — and are still — experiencing lies another layer, familiar to other victims of municipal wrongdoing the world over: weary resignation. As I talked to residents of Flint, or “Flintstones” as some call themselves, over several days in February (during which time the state released its Civil Rights Commission report, which highlighted systemic and historical racism as one of the root causes of the crisis), there was a palpable skepticism that things would …read more

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    30 Super Honest Stories About Watching Queer Porn For The First Time

    May 24th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Sarah Karlan

    Everyone remembers their first time — watching porn, that is.

    “I felt like I was walking into Narnia.”

    Everyone remembers their first time — watching porn, that is.

    Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed

    It’s no secret a ton of people enjoy watching porn. But for people within the LGBT community, watching (or accidentally stumbling upon) queer porn for the very first time can be educational and affirming — or it can be a totally confusing and misleading experience.

    Yeah, it’s complicated. So we asked a bunch of people to share the very first time they saw their identity reflected in porn (for better or worse). Here are just a few of their open and honest responses:

    “The first time was when I was allowed to use the computer with internet by myself without anyone in the room. I think I was only 10 and really anxious that someone would found out that I was watching gay porn. I really liked to see just men. When I watched television I was mostly focused on the man rather than the woman. Ironically — despite the fact that I really liked what I saw — I still thought that I was straight.

    At that time, I didn’t …read more

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    The FBI And Defense Department Are Investigating America’s Biggest Psychiatric Hospital Chain

    May 24th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Rosalind Adams

    The UHS-owned Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health facility in Oklahoma.

    Rosalind Adams / BuzzFeed News

    America’s largest chain of psychiatric hospitals is the target of a multi-agency federal investigation into whether it systematically holds patients longer than necessary to maximize revenues — an allegation two nurses at one of its facilities raised following a protest at its headquarters last week.

    According to three sources with direct knowledge of the investigation, officials are examining whether Universal Health Services directs its hospitals to hold patients for as many days as their insurer agrees to pay for, regardless of actual medical need. The probe has been ongoing since at least 2013, when the Department of Health and Human Services issued subpoenas to 10 of UHS’ psychiatric hospitals.

    But BuzzFeed News has exclusively learned that the investigation has since broadened to include the FBI and the Department of Defense, which is scrutinizing UHS’s billings to Tricare, the insurance plan for active military and their families. UHS, a $12 billion company, made nearly one third of its revenues last year from government insurance providers such as Medicare and Medicaid.

    Officials working on the current investigation continue to seek witnesses to any alleged fraudulent activity. “Putting together a successful …read more

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    471 Sex Tips That Will Change Your Sex Life

    May 23rd, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Casey Gueren

    39 Sex Tips You'll Wish You Heard When You Were Younger

    Sex advice that’s fun, informative, and actually useful.

    Sometimes that’s a sex therapist or a sexual health provider. Other times it’s a sex-having adult who can tell you first-hand what worked for them. We’ve shared a lot of great sex advice over the years, so we decided to pull a few gems together in one list.

    Behold, the big list of BuzzFeed sex advice. We even pulled out a few tips from each post to give you a sneak peek.

    39 Sex Tips You’ll Wish You Heard When You Were Younger

    Like these words of wisdom:

    “It doesn’t get better with age, it gets better with the right person. Which might mean you have to go through a couple of people to finally find that person, but when you do…you won’t even remember being with anyone else.”
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    “You have a right to say no. Yes, even in a long-term relationship where you’ve been having sex already. And if he makes you feel guilty or is angry with you for saying no, it is probably not a good relationship.”
    —Sarah Jowett

    Cheryl Cole Vevo / Via fiercegifs.tumblr.com

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    Women Try The Booband

    May 22nd, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By JazzmyneRobbins

    I’m always really self-conscious at the gym because I think everyone is only looking at my boobs.

    Boldly / Via youtube.com

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    Prove To Yourself And The Universe That You Can Ace This Orgasm Quiz

    May 22nd, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Farrah Penn

    O BABY!!!

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    Sorry Everyone, But Swimming Pools Are Full Of Diarrhea

    May 21st, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Caroline Kee

    As Memorial Day approaches, the covers are coming off pools and people are getting ready to ~dive in~.

    According to a new report, most adults swim after having diarrhea. THIS IS WHY WE CAN’T HAVE NICE THINGS.

    As Memorial Day approaches, the covers are coming off pools and people are getting ready to ~dive in~.

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    Here to spoil all the fun: a new report that basically found out pools are full of diarrhea.

    Here to spoil all the fun: a new report that basically found out pools are full of diarrhea.

    The survey, conducted by the Water Quality and Health Council, found the following:

    • 1 in 4 adults (25%) would swim within one hour of having diarrhea.
    • Half of adults (52%) seldom or never shower before swimming in a pool.
    • 3 in 5 adults (60%) admit to swallowing pool water while swimming.

    Before we get into these findings, let’s quickly talk about pool germs. When you get in a pool, everything on your body — sweat, dirt, oil, bodily fluids — ends up in the water, like a big bathtub. So yes, most pools are full of germs, and for the most part it’s not a big deal. We …read more

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