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SEE IT: Objects stick to human suction cup

Meet the “real-life X-Man.” Jamie (Canhead) Keeton has an extremely rare skin condition that turns him into a “human suction cup.” Objects such as cans and bottles stick to Keeton’s head and other parts of his body without falling off, ...

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Scented candles, cleaning products release cancerous agents

Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images Common scents found in candles can release cancer-causing toxins. Citrus-scented products could be killing us. Sweet-smelling chemicals in some fragrant candles, air fresheners and cleaning products can react with other airborne elements to create ...

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Khloe K. tells Kris Jenner she doesn't want BRCA test

Kris Jenner wants her daughter to get a preventative cancer screening — but the “Kocktails with Khloe” star says “we’re all going to die” anyway. Khloe Kardashian, 31, spurned her mom’s request that she get tested for a breast cancer ...

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Eat less sugar to get rid of your sweet tooth: study

ffolas/Getty Images/iStockphoto Train your sweet tooth. Cut sugar to stop craving it. A small study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition asked participants who drank at least two sugar-sweetened beverages a day to reduce their sugar intake by ...

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Maine Gov. LePage sorry for comments on ‘young white’ girls

AUGUSTA, Maine — Republican Gov. Paul LePage apologized Friday for his remark about out-of-state drug dealers impregnating “young white” girls, calling it a slip of the tongue and saying he didn’t mean to inject race into discussion of Maine’s heroin ...

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Snacking late-night could affect your memory

Brian Hagiwara/Getty Images You shouldn’t eat junk food — and definitely not right before you go to bed. Your late-night munchies already make you fat — now they’ll make you forgetful. A new study from the University of California says ...

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Challenges of chest wall disorders

Dr. Andrew Kaufman, an assistant professor of thoracic surgery at Mount Sinai, is an expert in chest wall disorders. The Specialist: An assistant professor of thoracic surgery at Mount Sinai, Dr. Andrew Kaufman specializes in treating disorders of the chest ...

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Hangover remedies, what works and what doesn’t

iStock If you’re feeling awful from a hangover, check out this advice from experts on what works and what does not. New year, same old hangover. Can burgers and fries erase the effects of too much tequila? Or, can you ...

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Fake Christmas trees could make you sick

Adam C Bartlett/Getty Images Americans buy 9.5 million fake trees each year, but some people could get sick from them. If the holidays are leaving you feeling lousy, it may not be your in-laws. It could be the fake tree. ...

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Gifts from the three wise men have health, wealth benefits

Marilyn Barbone Gold, frankincense and myrrh in abstract pattern over old paper are the three most famous gifts in history and all of them keep giving in many ways. Have yourself a merry — and healthy — little Christmas. Those ...

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