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13 Easy Recipes That Use Rotisserie Chicken

13 Easy Recipes That Use Rotisserie Chicken

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Michael Chiarello, the Emmy-winning Food Network host and Top Chef Masters finalist, created this whole-wheat pasta dish. It's loaded with flavorful ingredients like sundried tomatoes, mushrooms, and pine nuts. Plus, whole-wheat pasta has more fiber than regular pasta, so it keeps you full longer.Try this Recipe: Fusilli Michelangelo with Roasted ChickenLet's block ads! (Why?) Food - Health.com
How to Stop Beating Yourself Up About What You Eat

How to Stop Beating Yourself Up About What You Eat

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Location: My house. Girls’ night. The scene: Cheese plate. Many bottles of wine. And a running commentary from all my friends: “I can’t stop eating this cheese.” “I can’t believe I’m still eating this cheese.” “I’ve been eating so much cheese this week. I’m so gross.” To me: “I’m so sorry I’m eating all your cheese.”And then: “Do you have any more of this cheese?”Of course, it’s not always cheese. Feel free to insert bread, pasta, cookies, chocolate, or chips into that scenario. In this age of clean eating, detox diets, and food phobias, there is an increasingly long list of foods that health-conscious women feel terrible about eating. If we eat them in private, we carry that shame around inside us, or maybe text a friend a picture of the crumb-covered aftermath. If we eat them in public,
Girl's lung collapsed after screaming at One Direction

Girl's lung collapsed after screaming at One Direction

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A 16-year-old fan's 'lung collapsed' after she screamed too much at a One Direction concert, an emergency doctor told the BBC.The girl became short of breath during the concert but continued cheering "because she was a super fan".When she attended the hospital straight afterwards, they found air had leaked into three different anatomical spaces.Published in the Journal of Emergency Medicine, it's the first time a case of this kind has been documented.Dr J Mack Slaughter treated the girl, (who remains anonymous) at the Children's Medical Centre in Dallas: "Her oxygen levels were fine. She didn't look like she was seriously ill," he said."But instead of breathing a normal 12-16 times a minute, she was breathing 22 times a minute. So we knew something was a little off by that." In a physical ...
Hearing loss can challenge relationships

Hearing loss can challenge relationships

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THURSDAY, Oct. 12, 2017 -- People with hearing loss face daunting challenges, but so do those who love them, researchers report.Problems with hearing can be socially isolating for everyone involved, the British researchers explained."This is research which reviews the existing evidence we have on the impact of hearing loss on those diagnosed with the condition, as well as those around them," said study leader Venessa Vas, who's with the National Institute of Health Research Nottingham Biomedical Research Center.Vas and her colleagues analyzed more than 70 existing studies investigating the problems faced by people with hearing loss. The studies also examined the issues faced by people who are close to someone with hearing impairments."Hearing loss is a chronic condition that affects the wh...
11 Health Words You're Saying All Wrong

11 Health Words You're Saying All Wrong

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Whether you get an açaí smoothie for breakfast, order a quinoa bowl for lunch, or have an uncle who recently had angina, here’s how to say it all the right way (and feel a lot less awkward in the process). There are few things that cause more self-loathing than fumbling over the pronunciation of something you order everyday—or say when you’re trying to sound smart. Whether you get an açaí smoothie for breakfast, a quinoa bowl for lunch, or have an uncle who recently had angina, here’s how to say it all the right way (and feel a lot less awkward in the process).AçaíSay it right: ah-sigh-EEThis antioxidant-packed Amazonian fruit tastes delicious in smoothies or breakfast bowls—and confounds most people trying to order it.RELATED:23 Superfruits You Need No