Get your print copy of The Essential Keto Cookbook for FREE

Hey – my friend Louise just came out with a brand new paper edition of TheEssential Keto Cookbook. And she’s giving away a limited number for FREE — you just cover a small amount for shipping and handling (international shipping is a bit more). If you don’t know Louise, she’s the co-founder of The Keto Summit, and a phenomenal cook! Her Keto cookbook is packed with 100+ keto recipes covering everything from breakfast to dinner to snacks (and desserts!). Every recipe is designed to help you feel energized, regain your health, lose weight, and keep you in ketosis. Of course, all recipes are 100% keto (sugar-free, low-carb, gluten-free, grain-free, paleo, dairy-free, and legume-free) and 100% delicious. Just look at what …

Wellness Valentine’s Day Gifts Your Boyfriend Will Love

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The Uninsured Rate Is The Highest It’s Been In 5 Years

About 7 million fewer Americans had health insurance at the end of last year compared with two years prior, and the share of people who are uninsured is the highest it’s been since 2014, according to a new survey. During the fourth quarter of 2018, 14 percent of Americans were uninsured. That’s up from 11 percent at the end of 2016, and the increase has been steady over the months since then, according to the from the Gallup National Health and Well-Being Index, released Wednesday. Women, people who earn less than $48,000 a year and adults younger than 35 saw the highest increases in the uninsured rate. The , which became law in March 2010, began to expand health coverage …

Patton Oswalt and his fans just transformed a Twitter troll’s life with a simple but powerful act of kindness.

Social media spats usually end in ugly words or blocking people—unless you’re Patton Oswalt. Actor and comedian Patton Oswalt has made a name for himself off screen as a blunt yet caring, compassionate human. His raw openness after his wife’s unexpected passing and his willingness to engage in conversations about depression and dadhood after her death has touched people’s hearts and opened people’s minds. And once again on Twitter, Oswalt has proven that he is unquestionably one of the most kind-hearted dudes in Hollywood. Oswalt shared that a man who attacked him on Twitter needed help, then encouraged people to help him. Twitter user Michael Beatty had replied to Oswalt’s response to one of Trump’s tweet with “I just realized …

Woman Who Stunned The World With Her Huge Baby Belly, Shows What Giving Birth To Triplets Does To Your Body

The last time Bored Panda wrote about Maria Nordø Jørstad, she was still expecting triplets. Photos and videos of her huge belly she shared on her Instagram account, left people in awe and quickly went viral. Maria earned a serious Instagram following due to the realistic depiction of a sometimes not-so-glamorous pregnancy. This September, she gave birth to three beautiful babies named Iben, Filip, and Agnes and continues to share bits of their lives on social media. Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits:

Alcohol destroyed their livers. Now, they’re increasingly getting new ones

(CNN)The number of liver transplants for Americans with alcohol-associated liver disease has steadily grown in recent years, prompting researchers to explore why this is and what the long-term prospects are for recipients. There were 433 alcohol-associated liver disease transplants in 2002; by 2016, that number had nearly tripled to 1,253, Terrault said. As the need for transplants for hepatitis C patients fell, a greater proportion of liver transplants went to patients with alcohol-related disease — accounting for 48% of the growth, the study showed. But another important explanation for the increase, the study suggested, was a growing acceptance of early transplants for those with liver disease linked to alcohol use. The six-month litmus test In 1983, during the early yearsof …

10% of the world lives on $2 a day. It’s time for businesses to step up

For those of us who lead businesses around the world, such a reality is likely far from our daily thoughts. We are focused on delivering innovation to our customers, driving value to our shareholders and growing our businesses. Those efforts have been paying off — global economic growth in 2017 approached 3%, the highest rate since 2011. Trump’s misplaced economic policies could sink the US economy next year It’s only a matter of time before China ends up with our Facebook data Interviewing while Black: How race affects salary negotiations Working with nonprofit organizations that are directly involved in helping those in need can also be incredibly effective. Many of them need the resources and the funding that business can …

Man’s Undetected Tumor Triggers Alice In Wonderland Syndrome

Anyone who has read Charles Dodgson’s Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland (written under his pen name Lewis Carroll), or watched Disney’s cinematic retelling, will be familiar with the mind-bendingly trippy world Carroll’s titular character finds herself in after she falls down the rabbit hole. People who develop a rare condition known as Alice in Wonderland syndrome (AIWS) fall down their own rabbit hole with similarly bizarre results. One such patient is a 54-year-old man recently described in a case report published in the journal Neurocase. Symptoms started one morning as he was gazing at his computer screen. As he recalls, the desktop icons leaped out from the monitor. The icons proceeded to float in the space between him and the screen for 10 minutes or so, moving nearer …

Iowa’s ‘Fetal Heartbeat’ Abortion Ban Ruled Unconstitutional

Iowa’s Republican-controlled legislature passed the restriction in May 2018, outlawing the procedure after a fetal heartbeat is detected, often at six weeks and before a woman realizes she is pregnant. A fetus that is viable outside the womb, usually at 24 weeks, is widely considered the threshold in the United States to prohibit an abortion. The legislation is aimed at triggering a challenge to Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 landmark decision which established that women have a constitutional right to an abortion, activists on both sides of the issue previously told Reuters. AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall Protesters rally outside Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds’ office, on May 4, 2018, at the Statehouse in Des Moines. “The extreme law should …

After 14 Years, A Man’s Gun Shot Injury Went From Bad To Very Bad

As if getting shot in the kneecap didn’t suck enough, this man’s gunshot injury silently lurked within him for over a decade, before re-emerging and causing some cringe-inducing complications. The unusual saga came to light when a 46-year-old man was brought to the emergency room at John H Stroger Hospital of Cook County in Chicago with complaints of pain in his left knee, according to a medical case study in the New England Journal Medicine last month. A brief glance into his medical history brought up X-rays that revealed he had sustained a gunshot wound to the left knee some 14 years previous. For reasons that remain unclear, the bullet was never removed. A physical examination by doctors on the case noted that his …

5 things to know for January 18: Cohen, shutdown, migrants, Indian guru, food ads

(CNN) 1. Russia investigation President Donald Trump personally directed his longtime former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the Moscow Trump Tower project, two federal law enforcement officials involved in an investigation of the matter told BuzzFeed. The law enforcement officials told BuzzFeed that Trump directed Cohen to claim negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow ended months earlier than they actually did. The law enforcement sources told BuzzFeed that Cohen confirmed to special counsel Robert Mueller’s team that Trump issued the order to lie to Congress. CNN has not corroborated the BuzzFeed report. Mueller’s office learned Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress through interviews with multiple witnesses from the Trump Organization, internal company emails, text …

Neanderthal Genes Aren’t Disappearing From The Human Genome

Modern humans and Neanderthals got it on with each other often enough to leave the human genome across Europe, and much of Asia was heavily laden with Neanderthal DNA. Some studies have concluded gene varieties inherited from Neanderthals are much rarer than they were 45,000 years ago leading geneticists to conclude the lost genes were an evolutionary hindrance, weeded out by natural selection. A new study suggests this isn’t true, and has some further bad news for proponents of pseudo-scientific race theories. Humans assume our superiority to our nearest relatives, making “Neanderthal” an insult. So the discovery that everyone of non-African descent carries 1-2 percent gene varieties inherited from Neanderthals (and sometimes other early humans) was a shock. Some previous …

There’s A New Official Major Threat To World Health, And It’s Completely Ridiculous

The World Health Organization (WHO) have released a list of the dangers they believe to be the biggest threats to health in 2019. On there are many of the usual suspects, including Ebola, which saw several outbreaks in 2018, and dengue, which infects around 390 million people a year. Joining these hard-to-tackle threats this year are entirely preventable ones. Yes, the WHO have decided to add anti-vaxxers to the list of the biggest threats to world health.  Measles has seen a resurgence, with a global increase of 30 percent despite vaccines to prevent measles being introduced in 1963, and the vaccine only being improved since then. An outbreak in Europe affected more than 41,000 people in 2018, up from just over 5,000 in 2016. …

MI5 and law firm among ‘best LGBT employers’

“They know that helping staff feel that they can bring their full selves to work doesn’t just make a huge difference to individual team members – it makes real business sense too.” ‘You’re happier, you stay longer’ Image copyright Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Image caption Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service came fourth last year but have now jumped to third As well as Pinsent Masons, the other companies which make the top five are Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, MI5, the National Assembly for Wales and law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner. Cheshire’s fire brigade – which is third – was recognised for its support networks and the work it does with LGBT people in the community. “There are …

Bill Gates Reveals What He Thinks Is His Best Ever Investment

Writing for The Wall Street Journal, Bill Gates disclosed his best ever investment and no, it’s not Microsoft. The philanthropist and technology magnate says the money funneled into global health groups who buy and distribute medicine has paid off the most in the long run – both in terms of lives saved and money spent. “Technology is a boom-or-bust business, but it’s mostly busts. I’ve always assumed that 10% of my technology investments will succeed – and succeed wildly. The other 90% I expect to fail,” he wrote. Gates admits that when he first left Microsoft for philanthropy, he thought his success rate would remain stable. “Discovering a new vaccine, I figured, would be just as hard as discovering the next tech unicorn,” he explained. …

Doctors who cared for Arizona sexual assault victim no longer working there

(CNN)Two doctors who led care for a woman who gave birth after being sexually assaulted at an Arizona health care facility are no longer treating its patients, Hacienda HealthCare said Monday. The birth has prompted Hacienda to hire a former prosecutor to review what happened. The company is turning over all records of the woman’s treatment and has been ordered to hire a third-party manager to oversee several of its facilities. Monday’s statement provided no details on the doctors. “Once again, we offer an apology and send our deepest sympathy to the client and her family. Hacienda intends to do everything possible to restore its credibility in the eyes of our patients, families, the community and our agency partners at …