This is the best sleep position if you snore

Snorers (and partners or roommates of snorers) unite! Apparently your sleeping position has way more of an impact on your snoring habits than you may think. And changing it up might just be the solution to quieting the sounds you don’t mean to make when you’re just trying to get your eight hours of beauty sleep. According to Tara Youngblood, leading […]

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This 51-Year-Old Mom Took Her Daughter's Infertility Journey Into Her Own Hands

After years of struggling with infertility, Breanna Lockwood turned to her family for support and not in the way you might expect. Her mother decided to step in and volunteered to be her daughter’s gestational surrogate. This altruistic act comes after 29-year-old Lockwood struggled through several rounds of in vitro fertilization, surgeries, and miscarriages with no success. According to Good […]

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Why some shoppers are upset at this Walmart change

Walmart, like countless retailers, still faces challenges protecting its employees and customers, while also remaining open as a much-needed source of necessities for many Americans. As the country gradually reopens — with the hope that the COVID-19 curve is truly flattened — Walmart announced to USA Today that they’re extending the senior-shopping hour indefinitely. That means shoppers above the age of […]

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Your Kid Can Chat With Elmo & Anne Hathaway on this Zoom Playdate

Between virtual concerts with musicians and virtual storytimes with authors, there is so much digital entertainment right now to curb your boredom. Self-isolation might be, well, isolating, but it doesn’t have to lonely. Kids, like adults, can also feel particularly alone during the pandemic while their friends homeschool in separate houses. This is why Sesame Street decided to host a virtual […]

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Can this San Diego startup mimic exercise and fasting with a pill? Epirium raises $85M to find out

A biotech startup in La Jolla has raised $85 million from notable science investors to investigate its idea for treating age-related diseases: a pill that mimics the effects of exercise and fasting. The company, called Epirium Bio, says its scientists have discovered a new human hormone, which, when influenced, can trigger the production of more mitochondria. The depletion of the […]

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This Woman Realized Her Boyfriend Was Cheating on Her When His Fitbit Physical Activity Spiked at 4 a.m.

One of the cool things you can do with a fitness tracker is sync up with your friends and family to motivate one another and even get a little friendly competition going. One of the not-so-cool consequences of this is discovering something you’d really rather wasn’t true about their routine. Like when you find out your boyfriend is cheating on you […]

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Hear this: Healthful diet tied to lower risk of hearing loss

Investigators from Brigham and Women’s Hospital have found that eating a healthy diet may reduce the risk of acquired hearing loss. Using longitudinal data collected in the Nurses’ Health Study II Conservation of Hearing Study (CHEARS), researchers examined three-year changes in hearing sensitivities and found that women whose eating patterns more closely adhered to commonly recommended healthful dietary patterns, such […]

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