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"Now it's become about eating to survive as opposed to eating what sounded good," Jeff Brinker told a local news outlet in Missouri.
"I don't want to be unattracted and turned off by my husband," the mom admitted.
Alcohol robbed small joys from my life. I missed too much of my life being numb or hungover.
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Mat Fraser's tips include turning off your phone and television from 8:30 p.m. every night.
Dr. Paul Saladino MD also avoids soap and deodorant, telling viewers he is "not afraid to smell like a human."
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Rates of vaginal births after a cesarean have risen among women in their 20s and 30s over recent years.
The "mortified" woman received plenty of support from Mumsnet users after her partner's comment about her body odor.
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Dieters have been revealing the moment they felt their "brain click" so that they "started losing weight."
A range of medical conditions have been associated with night sweats in men, including sleep apnea, acid reflux, lymphoma and low testosterone.
"I'm not someone who can bench 150 pounds, sometimes I can barely pull myself out of the shower, but I am not weak," she said.
"The PE teacher needs to face consequences for their behavior," internet users said of the child's teacher.
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Justin Sparks, 24, broke every bone in his face in an accident but, six months and several surgeries later, he has regained control of his features.
The physical therapist claimed the woman hadn't had a glass of water in years.
"You don't get to cut in line because you are filming and you're a social media influencer," one commenter wrote.