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How Bad Is It Really to Sleep or Shower With Contacts?

Raise your hand if you've ever snoozed with your contacts in or worn them in the shower. Guilty! You're part of a big group: Nearly everyone who wears contacts lenses — 99 percent — engages in at least one risky habit along these lines, per a 2014 survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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The 12 Best Amazon Prime Day Fitness Deals

When chasing fitness goals, your gear matters. But, let's face it, so does cost. Lucky for you, Amazon Prime Day has arrived!. As one of the most highly anticipated shopping events of the year, Amazon Prime Day (an exclusive perk for Prime members) offers huge discounts on more than 250,000 best-selling products. This year, it all starts on June 21 at 12 am PDT (3 am EDT) and ends on June 22 at 11:59 pm PDT (8:59 pm EDT).
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30 Low-Carb Vegan Breakfast Recipes That Will Fill You Up

Breakfast can be the trickiest meal of the day — you might be short on time when headed out the door or you simply aren't quite hungry yet. Things get more complicated when you're following a restrictive diet. When you're adhering to a vegan diet, you might be opting out of what's often considered breakfast staples, including animal protein, eggs, dairy and honey.
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The 5 Best CrossFit Shoes for Any WOD, According to a Trainer

Unlike your one-trick pony running shoes, the ultimate sole mate for your CrossFit workouts needs to withstand everything from hoisting heavy weights to climbing rope and busting heart-pounding burpees. And yes, running. But with so many options for cross-training pairs, it can be hard to choose one that checks all...
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This Is Why You Drool So Much in Your Sleep

Drooling might be a common way to illustrate that someone is far away in dreamland, but if you consistently dribble when you slumber, it could actually point to a health issue. It seems innocent enough, and you probably forget about it once you wipe down your pillow, but if it...
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9 Tasty Protein Cookies a Dietitian Loves

Yes, you could crush your cookie cravings ​and​ log more protein at the same time — and that's no longer a pipe dream thanks to high-protein cookies. Like protein bars, protein cookies offer a quick, convenient, satiating snack that can help you hit your daily protein target. And because they're perfectly portable, you can toss one in your bag and nosh on the go.
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7 Ways to Help Someone With COPD Live Better

If you know someone with COPD (that's chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), you know symptoms like shortness of breath, coughing and wheezing can affect their quality of life, making even everyday activities that much harder. But there are ways you can help. In fact, if you have a loved one living...
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Can You Eat Fresh Raw Cranberries?

While we often think of cranberries as an ingredient in cranberry sauce or fall and winter baked goods, you can actually eat fresh, raw cranberries. Cranberries have numerous health benefits, including a high concentration of antioxidants. According to South Dakota State University, 60 percent of all cranberries consumed in the...
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12 Foods High in Tryptophan for Better Sleep

We usually blame tryptophan for feeling sleepy after eating turkey on the holidays. But that's only part of the story. Tryptophan, or L-tryptophan, is one of the nine essential amino acids — it's "essential" because your body can't make it on its own and needs to obtain from food. Amino acids are the building blocks for protein. Your body converts tryptophan to niacin, a B vitamin that plays a role in metabolism, per the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM).
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Here's What Causes Hangnails and How to Prevent Them

Hangnails are up there with the agony of hitting your funny bone and stubbing your toe. Except maybe they're worse because the discomfort can last for days. A hangnail is when a piece of skin at the edge of your nail tears, according to the American Academy of Dermatology Association. They happen to the best of us, and this is probably not your first battle with them. So let's chat about what causes them, and maybe more importantly, how to treat and prevent hangnails.
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The 7 Best Multivitamins for Older Men

You can expect a lot of changes to accompany getting older. For instance, you'll need fewer calories as you age, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics — and, therefore, may also find yourself low in certain important vitamins and nutrients. "Both men and women over age 50 have...
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The Best Water Aerobics Workouts and Exercises

Though they may look easygoing on the outside, water aerobics offer a variety of health benefits, from stronger bones to better blood pressure. Learn all about the benefits water training — and the best workouts you can do in the pool. Walking comes with a host of benefits, including stronger...
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All About Chicory Coffee Benefits and Side Effects

You may think of chicory in your coffee as a New Orleans thing, but adding this ground root to a morning cup of coffee has health benefits. Adding chicory to your coffee or drinking it straight up as a coffee substitute can, however, cause digestive distress and allergic reactions in some people.