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    Show Us A Picture Of Your Worst Sunburn Ever

    August 17th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Spencer Althouse

    Have you ever gotten a sunburn that was so bad, it was actually painful to look at?

    Ouch.

    Have you ever gotten a sunburn that was so bad, it was actually painful to look at?

    “Irish skin at its finest… 15 minutes in the sun.”

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    Maybe you accidentally fell asleep by the pool, and you woke up looking like a strawberry.

    Maybe you accidentally fell asleep by the pool, and you woke up looking like a strawberry.

    “Absolutely no filter on this photo. This was taken in 2008, back when I thought going tanning twice in one day was a cool and sexy idea. I’m grimacing because it actually hurt to smile. You could have fried an egg on my face.”

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    Perhaps you’re one of those people who goes outside for a few minutes and immediately changes 50 shades of red.

    Perhaps you're one of those people who goes outside for a few minutes and immediately changes 50 shades of red.

    “As someone who starts burning within 15 minutes, I immediately knew that the day I forgot to wear sunscreen to the beach would be the worst day of my life. Four hours …read more

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    Is Your Order From McDonalds Under 1,000 Calories?

    August 17th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    Give me the fries with a side of McFlurry, please.

    But for some context on how a meal like this might fit into an average day, the estimated calorie needs per day for a moderately active person are around 2,200 to 2,700 calories.

    Alright, take the quiz below and see if your typical McDonald’s meal is under 1,000 calories!

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    20 Helpful Tips For Raising Kids With Autism Spectrum Disorder

    August 17th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Anthony Rivas

    Be an advocate for your child.

    “Autistic children can learn anything and do anything with practice and patience. Don’t give up on them.”

    Oh, a quick note: Autism spectrum disorder will mean something different for each kid, parent, and family. And not all of these tips will be useful for everyone, so take whatever you think is useful and leave the rest.

    Be an advocate for your child.

    Fight for your child, because often times no one else will. Don’t be afraid to speak up if you feel something is right/wrong.”

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    Add structure to your routine by timing specific activities.

    Add structure to your routine by timing specific activities.

    “My now-teenage child was given a diagnosis for PDDNOS (pervasive developmental delay, not otherwise specified) at 3 years old, which means that there are many identified symptoms but not enough or at a severity to give an Asperger’s diagnosis.

    The one thing that seems to have been the biggest help is having a timed structure to every activity, whether it’s how long you expect it to take or a boundary you’ve set based on your child’s limits. So not …read more

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    Tell Us What You Wish People Knew About Your Autoimmune Disease

    August 17th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Caira Conner

    If you have an autoimmune disease, you already know that dealing with it everyday can be exhausting and complicated.

    Because “staying positive!” is not always a thing.

    If you have an autoimmune disease, you already know that dealing with it everyday can be exhausting and complicated.

    A quick note: An autoimmune disease is one characterized by the body’s immune system attacking its own healthy cells. There are over 100 of them, including type 1 diabetes, celiac disease, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

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    One of the most challenging parts of living with one (or more) of these diseases is the general lack of awareness of where they come from and how they’re managed.

    One of the most challenging parts of living with one (or more) of these diseases is the general lack of awareness of where they come from and how they're managed.

    Collectively speaking, autoimmune diseases are a pretty common thing. But individually, each disease is relatively rare and it’s difficult to get good statistics on them.

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    So, tell us: What do you wish people knew about what life with an autoimmune disease is actually like?

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    27 Healthyish Meals You Can Make In A Veggie Bowl

    August 15th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Hannah Loewentheil

    Edible bowls FTW.

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    Cheesy Garlic Parmesan Spaghetti Squash

    Cheesy Garlic Parmesan Spaghetti Squash

    Consider this your new favorite alternative to mac and cheese. Get the recipe.

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    Tuna Melt Stuffed Avocados

    Tuna Melt Stuffed Avocados

    For an easy and satisfying work lunch, make these avocado boats and then pop ’em in the microwave. Get the recipe.

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    The EPA Is Beginning To Roll Back An Obama-Era Rule Limiting How Much Toxic Waste Power Plants Release In Water

    August 15th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Zahra Hirji

    Yuri Gripas / Reuters

    The Trump administration is reassessing strict Obama-era standards for how major coal-fired, natural gas, and nuclear power plants treat and dispose of wastewater laced with toxic pollutants, according to a court filing released late on Monday.

    Two industry groups — the Utility Water Act Group and the US Small Business Administration — petitioned Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt to reconsider the rule in the spring, citing concerns about the standards being burdensome and costly. In 2015, the Utility Water Act Group, along with several energy companies, had sued the agency over the rule.

    Pruitt recently told the petitioners he planned to review the main restrictions. “After carefully considering your petitions, I have decided that it is appropriate and in the public interest to conduct a rulemaking to potentially revise the new, more stringent” waste standards, Pruitt wrote in a brief Aug. 11 letter sent to the industry groups. He had already agreed to look into the rule in April, when he temporarily blocked it from being enforced.

    Trump officials shared their plans to review most of the rule and asked the court to put related legal challenges on hold until that process ends, according to …read more

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    We Need To Talk About Reproductive Coercion

    August 15th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Gina Rushton

    Reproductive coercion is when someone controls whether, and when, you fall pregnant.

    It is when someone forces you to continue a pregnancy you don’t want, or terminate a pregnancy that you did want.

    It can be contraceptive sabotage. It can be emotional blackmail. It can be rape.

    It is any behaviour aimed at establishing and maintaining power and control by restricting a woman’s reproductive autonomy, denying her control over decisions related to her reproductive health, and limiting her access to reproductive health options.

    “This can involve denying a woman control in decision-making, or pressuring her to become pregnant, sabotaging her contraception, and pressuring her about the outcome of her pregnancy,” Liz Price, a project officer at pro-choice counselling service Children by Choice in Queensland, told BuzzFeed News.

    “There are also issues of physical violence that get in the way of women being able to meaningfully consent to sex, and if we live in fear of other forms of violence, how free are we really to say no to sex when there might be consequences for withholding?”

    Research indicates that unplanned pregnancy is more common among women experiencing domestic violence.

    Pregnancy can be a trigger for domestic violence, and of women who have experienced violence during pregnancy …read more

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    There’s Yet Another Study Out About Drinking And Health – Here’s What You Need To Know

    August 14th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Tom Chivers

    There’s a study out that says “light to moderate alcohol consumption” may have “protective” health effects.

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    Or, in normal human language, a small amount of drinking might be good for you. The study was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology and led by a researcher at Shandong University, China.

    You would be forgiven for thinking you see contradictory headlines about alcohol consumption pretty often. Alcohol is good for you one week and bad for you the next.

    I mean, just look at this:

    Google / Via google.co.uk

    If you do a quick Google search of the Daily Mail site for “red wine cancer”, for instance, the top four results include two “red wine causes cancer” stories and two “red wine prevents cancer” stories.

    And therefore you might think that the appropriate response to the whole situation is ¯_(ツ)_/¯.

    Because it kind of looks like no one knows what they’re talking about.

    But that’s not the case. Despite all the back-and-forth, the consensus around the health effects of alcohol has hardly shifted in years.

    TL;DR: Heavy drinking is bad for you; …read more

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    This Butt Photo Project Aims To Show That No To Behinds Are Alike

    August 14th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Julie Gerstein

    We all have butts. But no two butts look the same.

    Because butts are beautiful.

    We all have butts. But no two butts look the same.

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    Which is why Montreal-based artists Emilie Mercier and Frédérique Marseille founded 1001 Fesses — which is French for 1001 Butts.

    Which is why Montreal-based artists Emilie Mercier and Frédérique Marseille founded 1001 Fesses — which is French for 1001 Butts.

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    Their mission? To showcase the wonderful array of backsides in the world, and to challenge traditional notions of beauty.

    Their mission? To showcase the wonderful array of backsides in the world, and to challenge traditional notions of beauty.

    1001 Fesses Project

    The pair started documenting butts in Quebec, and have since taken photos of volunteers in Mexico, Cuba, Switzerland, Malaysia and the US.

    The pair started documenting butts in Quebec, and have since taken photos of volunteers in Mexico, Cuba, Switzerland, Malaysia and the US.

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    21 Faces That Will Make Anyone Who’s Bled Out Their Vagina Laugh

    August 14th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Crystal Ro

    When that first wave of OMG-KILL-ME-NOW cramps kicks in.

    There’s a red wedding…in my uterus.

    When that first wave of OMG-KILL-ME-NOW cramps kicks in.

    HBO

    When your period is a day late, you haven’t had sex (with a penis), you really probably aren’t pregnant, but you still think, “Am I pregnant?!”

    HBO

    When you wakeup and find a freakin’ bloodstain on your freshly washed bedsheets in the morning.

    When you wakeup and find a freakin' bloodstain on your freshly washed bedsheets in the morning.

    HBO

    When the cramps are so bad you feel like puking (and sometimes ACTUALLY puke).

    When the cramps are so bad you feel like puking (and sometimes ACTUALLY puke).

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