Posts Tagged ‘Here’s’

Everyone Argues. Here’s How Persuasive People Do It Differently.

A little arguing here and there can be beneficial, if done right. Wellness Special News Bulletin- -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx […]

Here’s The Mugshot Of Rep. Greg Gianforte That He Really, Really Didn’t Want You To See

The congressman was convicted in June of assaulting a reporter. U.S. Political News, Opinion and Analysis – HuffPost Politics SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN!- -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the […]

I Have A Mental Illness And A Gun License. Here’s What I Think Of Gun Reform.

It has to be evidence-based, pragmatic and include a working knowledge of firearms. Healthy Living Special News Bulletin- -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American […]

Here’s How To Responsibly Talk About Mental Health In The Public Eye

An old ethics rule on discussing public figures’ mental health is sparking debate. Healthy Living Special News Bulletin- -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American […]

Science Says Men Should Masturbate 21 Times A Month — Here’s Why

Masturbating frequently could significantly reduce a man’s risk of prostate cancer. Healthy Living Special News Bulletin- -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx […]

Here’s What Happens To Breast Cancer Diagnoses When Medicaid Is Rolled Back

A study of women in Tennessee offers a glimpse. Healthy Living Special News Bulletin- -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service […]

Here’s How Dehydration Can Sneak Up On You

In February 2013, Kim Saffran was on vacation in the Bavarian Alps, where the elevation reaches 6,726 feet. The morning of a family ski trip, she was lightheaded. Thinking she’d caught a stomach bug from her 3-year-old niece, she decided to stay back in the hotel. “I ended up passing out in the hallway,” she said. […]

Here’s Why National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day Should Be Celebrated

April 30th is National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day, making this a perfect time to expand your family by four furry paws! According to the ASPCA, shelter adoption rates have been steadily rising since 2011, which is great news for animals and humans alike. From more shelters embracing a streamlined open adoption process to foster programs […]

Here’s How Your Money Multiplies When You Contribute To A 401K

When it comes to retirement savings, we’ve all been told that opening a 401(k) is a great place to start. But how does this savings account actually work? We partnered with H&R Block to take the mystery out of your 401(k), so you can feel good about building a strong financial future with every contribution […]

Here’s How Trump Could Make Obamacare Better – Or Worse

It’s President Donald Trump’s health care system now. The question is: What’s he going to do with it? After the collapse of the GOP effort to repeal the Barack Obama administrations’s Affordable Care Act and enact a different set of reforms to the health care system Friday, Trump inherited programs that aren’t going anywhere and […]

The House Health Plan: Here’s How The Numbers Don’t Add Up For The Poor

By Megan Foster Friedman, University of Michigan House Republicans introduced the American Health Care Act (AHCA), their proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA, also known as Obamacare). At a press conference, Speaker Paul Ryan called this bill “an act of mercy.” For the most vulnerable, that characterization is ironic at best. […]

Here’s How Americans Ended Up Eating Too Much Sugar

Sugar is the tobacco of the new century, according to investigative science journalist and author Gary Taubes.  With a powerful lobby and a huge consumer base, there are obvious parallels to tobacco, which for decades we didn’t know to be addictive and linked to lung cancer and other diseases. Taubes says sugar is making us […]

Here’s how to make sure anti-Semitic white supremacist Steve Bannon never serves in the White House

The 2016 Presidential Election has not happened yet and there’s still time to prevent Steve Bannon from ever setting up office in The West Wing. The election officially happens on December 19 in the 50 State Capitols across America when The Electoral College votes. And just 36 of the 306 Republican “Electors” can bring Donald […]

If You’re Overwhelmed By The Election, Here’s What You Can Do Now

If the thought of President Trump in the Oval Office has you contemplating a move to Canada, think again. There are other, more healthful things for you to do than give up.  Here are a few positive things you can do right now: Volunteer There are plenty of organizations out there that simply need your […]

Here’s What People With Anxiety Want You To Know About Trying To Sleep

It’s almost bedtime, and just the thought of it kicks off your stress. You really need a good night’s sleep, but when you get in bed your mind goes wild, thinking of yesterday, today, tomorrow, a year from now … somehow you do drift off, but wake up several times throughout the night. Before you […]

My Best Friend Is 20 Years Older Than Me, Here’s What I’ve Learned

My best friend is a Filipino with kids as old as me. It also doesn’t help that she’s female and I’m male. Now pay attention. I want you to notice what you think about this. I want you to notice what your immediate assumptions are. Do you believe me? Are you not sure? Do you […]

Here’s How You Can Meditate Anytime, Anywhere

There are many misconceptions about meditation that Tibetan Buddhist master Mingyur Rinpoche wants to set straight. The biggest one? You don’t have to quiet your mind for an extended period of time in order to reap the benefits. You have the ability to engage in the practice anytime, anywhere. The key is focusing on what’s happening […]

Don’t Want The Food On Your Plate? Here’s What To Do.

Have you ever sat down to eat a meal, only to realize that you don’t actually want the food that is on your plate? A few months ago, it was 8:00 pm on a Friday night, and I was sitting down to warm egg salad on whole wheat toast. Egg salad is a comforting meal […]

Yes, You Can Train Yourself To Be More Creative. Here’s How.

People often think that creativity is something you’re born with or you’re not. “My sister is the creative one in the family; she goes to art school,” you might hear an accountant say. Advertising agencies even label their departments as such: project managers deal directly with clients, while “creatives” are given the space to write […]

After Prince’s Tragic Overdose, Here’s What You Need to Know About Fentanyl

The toxicology results from music legend Prince’s tragic death last month are now public, and the media are focusing on what for many is a new word: fentanyl. It appears likely that Prince ingested it and tragically died some time later. So what is fentanyl? Fentanyl is a potent painkiller originally synthesized in the 1960s […]

Here’s What Happened When I Agreed To Try ‘Smell Dating’

What if instead of relying on dating apps or trying your luck at the bar, all you needed to find love was your nose? Enter Smell Dating, a project helmed by Tega Brain and Sam Lavigne that investigates the role scent plays in attraction while aiming to help participants track down their soul mate — or at […]

Can’t Sleep When You Have Your Period? Here’s Why.

The Question: Why Is It Harder To Sleep During My Period? It’s one of the great ironies of menstruation that the same thing that makes you so tired during the day can make it tough to sleep at night. Lest you think you’re alone in your sleepless period nights, the National Sleep Foundation found that 23 percent […]

Here’s How Donald Trump Says He’d Replace Obamacare

WASHINGTON — Republican front-runner Donald Trump, who has vowed to scrap the Affordable Care Act and replace it with “something terrific,” finally provided a rough idea of what he thinks terrific looks like. The bullet points published on the billionaire businessman’s website Wednesday night don’t amount to a detailed plan to overhaul the health care system, […]

Here’s Why Your Spring Allergies Are Already Flaring Up

It’s only the beginning of March, but spring allergies are already on the rise. Over at his office at Allergy and Asthma Care of New York, Dr. Clifford Bassett said he’s “already seeing a tenfold increase in the volume of phone calls of people complaining of allergies and allergy-like symptoms.” The reason for all those early […]

Here’s How Obamacare Is Keeping People Out Of The Hospital

The Affordable Care Act was supposed to keep hospital patients from returning after discharge because of medical complications and poor follow-up care. For something like a half-million people over the last five years, the law appears to have done just that — although the evidence, as usual, isn’t quite definitive. The Department of Health and […]

Here’s Lily

Here’s Lily Grow with the spirited, sometimes awkward, but always charming Lily as she learns what real beauty is. In this fun, entertaining story, readers meet awkward sixth grader Lily Robbins who, after receiving a compliment about her looks from a woman in the modeling business, becomes obsessed with her appearance and with becoming a […]

Gratitude Can Transform Your Life. Here’s How.

There are moments in life when gratitude sneaks up on us. You step out of the freezing winter cold and into a warm cafe. Your phone buzzes, and you see a text from your daughter saying her plane has landed and she can’t wait to see you. These pockets of joy and relief fill us […]

Here’s How Authorities In The Mid-20th Century Tried To Ruin Queer Lives

Lillian Faderman, a scholar on queer issues, has been writing about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community for years. But in her newest book titled The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle, she dives deep into queer history and told HuffPost Live on Wednesday she was “astonished” to learn the lengths authorities in the mid-20th century […]

The Holidays Could Make You Bald. Here’s What You Need To Know.

The holidays are great, but come the twelfth day of Christmas, your true love might accidentally give you something you don’t have on your wish list: hair loss. You can thank stress for that, or rather the heightened stress that comes from experiencing the holidays, said Dr. Alan Bauman, a hair restoration physician based in […]

Here’s Why Narcissism Isn’t Necessarily A Bad Thing

You’ve read the horror stories about what it’s like to be married to a narcissist, be parented by a narcissist or be friends with a narcissist. People with narcissistic personality disorder believe deeply in their own importance and specialness and need admiration and flattery to feel good about themselves. They may also struggle to see […]

Here’s Proof Only Children Aren’t Actually Spoiled Brats

Psychologist Granville Stanley Hall once (wrongly) said that being an only child ”is a disease in itself.”  Only children are subject to a bad reputation since the day they make their singular entrance into the world. Many are labeled as “spoiled” or “attention-seeking,” mostly due to centuries-old biases like Hall’s that are based in personal opinion rather […]

Billy Bob Thornton Says We’ve Lost Our Sense Of Wonder. Here’s How To Get It Back.

When Billy Bob Thornton’s daughter Bella was 8 years old, she was doing something that too many kids that age don’t do: reading books. Real, page-turning, front-and-back-cover books — not the electronic versions that come on tablets and e-readers. In a modern society with all its technological advances, this type of return-to-basics has become more […]

Overwhelmed? Here’s How to Overcome Information Overload

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You’ve Probably Heard This Sex Advice Before — But Here’s Why You Should Pay Attention

Couples looking to spice up their sex lives often assume the effort involves some grand overhaul of intimacy and a venture into uncharted territory to have any real impact in the bedroom — not so, says Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus author John Gray. He’s been counseling couples for years in the […]

Here’s How To Beat The Heat — Fight Forest Fires With Fire

Thanks to the brutal fires raging in states like Washington and California, 2015 will go down as one of the most destructive years from wildfires. Compared with the last 10 years, when there were more than 57,000 fires on average by this point in the year, there have been only 47,000 fires in 2015, according to […]

Here’s What An NFL Veteran Has To Say About Marco Rubio’s Football Skills

So that happened. The road to the 2016 election is paved with good intentions. Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio tried to have fun playing catch in Iowa this week, but ended up taking a kid down. It’s a perfect metaphor for the GOP primary contest to date. Because it was a bad throw. We know […]

Here’s How Donald Trump Defended Questioning John McCain’s Military Record

AMES, Iowa – Donald Trump attempted to defend his controversial statements about  Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) during a news conference Saturday — but things got heated when he started bickering with reporters.   The real estate mogul-turned-presidential-candidate took questions from reporters following his comments at the Family Leadership Summit in which he questioned whether Arizona […]

Malnutrition Rates Are Up Worldwide. Here’s Why.

Seventy percent of the world’s population is expected to live in a city by 2050, according to a University Of Minnesota study. But with urbanization comes the spread of the Western diet – and that’s not a good thing.   Developing countries have generally relied on vegetables, fruits and legumes as their main food sources. But as […]

Here’s How To Find Bargains At The Farmers Market

Farmer’s markets rock; that’s no secret. Not only do they make it possible to shop for fresh, in-season fruits and veggies, but they’re also an easy way to support your local farming community. And if you have kids, a trip to the market is the perfect way to teach them about the importance of healthy […]

In A Relationship With A Highly Sensitive Person? Here’s What You Need To Know

Let’s be honest: relationships are complex, no matter what kind of personality you have. And some truths are universal, like fighting is never fun. Romantic gestures are usually appreciated. Communication is definitely valued. Compromise isn’t always easy. But a lot of these nuances are only heightened if you’re of a more sensitive nature. Below are […]

I Took the 21-Day Self-Esteem Challenge and Here’s What Happened

I, like much of the female population, wrestle with self-esteem issues. Though I’m quick to build others up, I regularly tear myself down and I don’t even know why. I began picking apart my looks at such an early age that I don’t remember life before self-loathing. As a result, now, at 42 years old, […]

Power Creates Health — Here’s How

There’s an underlying dynamic that can get in the way of health for ourselves and for the world. It’s power. How does power relate to your wellness? Power completely impacts how we make change for ourselves, our families and the world. The power structures that define our health practices come from a Western, industrial, patriarchal […]

Anthony Sukto’s Father Tried To Kill Him In 2004. Here’s What He’d Say If They Came Face-To-Face Today.

Anthony Sukto was just 8 years old when his father committed an unthinkable act. It was the fall of 2004 in a neighborhood near Seattle, around 4 a.m., when 911 dispatchers received a desperate call from the terrified little boy. “Please help me. My daddy killed me with a knife and I’m gone,” Anthony told […]

Here’s How Hillary Clinton Measures Up On Bill De Blasio’s 13-Point Progressive Litmus Test

WASHINGTON — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) traveled more than 200 miles south on Tuesday to debut what he hopes will be a unifying progressive agenda for the upcoming presidential election. Formally known as “The Progressive Agenda to Combat Income Inequality,” de Blasio’s plan consists of 13 principles, largely addressing issues of […]

Truck Drivers Can Help Fight Sex Trafficking. Here’s How

Bo Quickel understands the way to stop sex trafficking comes down to simple economics. “I want to end slavery,” he told WLTX News. “So in order to end slavery, I have to focus 100 percent on the demand.” Quickel is the founder of Vigilante Truth, a faith-based nonprofit under Vigilante Truckers that aims to educate […]

Here’s What Your Yoga Instructor Wishes You Would Stop Doing

The benefits of yoga are endless. With a little downward dogging, you can lower your stress levels, decrease your risk of heart disease, maintain a healthy weight and so much more. So if you’re getting your butt to yoga class every week, good for you! But if you’re texting between sun salutations, your instructor might […]

Here’s How To Get Your Pret A Manger Coffee For FREE

Un cafe, mon petit chouchou? The chief executive at sandwich and coffee chain Pret A Manger just revealed how to get your morning buzz or breakfast for free: Just be nice! Clive Schlee told the London Evening Standard that he has started allowing his staff to give out a certain number of free coffee or […]

Co-Worker’s Bad Mood Getting You Down? Here’s What To Do About It

When you’re around happy people, you grow happier yourself — a phenomenon known as emotional contagion, in which you can “catch” the feelings of others. For example, in a landmark 2008 study, researchers from Harvard University and the University of California, San Diego found that hanging out with happy people made the individuals they studied […]

Here’s Why Your Knuckles Crack

Space forms between joints, causing popping sound, scans reveal Daily News SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN!- -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community […]

Here’s What A Depression-Era Cartoonist Had To Say About The Anti-Vaccination Movement

Need proof that the anti-vaccination movement is hardly a new phenomenon? Behold: (Photo: Imgur) The comic above was posted to Reddit today with the caption, “History repeats itself. Anti-vac comic from the 1940s.” According to an older post on Super I.T.C.H, a blog devoted to comic history, the illustration comes from a 1930 cartoon booklet […]

The ‘Invisible Hand’ Conversation Is All Wrong; Here’s the One We Should Be Having

“Bust of Adam Smith” by Patric Parc, 1845. (Wikipedia) “Mainstream economics” has been a bone of contention for more than a century and the tussle continues today. Just look around. You can see this history repeat itself in the estimable New York Review of Books, where Princeton economist Alan Blinder reviews Jeff Madrick’s book Seven […]

Map: Here’s How the President’s Actions on Immigration Will Impact Your State

"Passions still fly on immigration, but surely we can all see something of ourselves in the striving young student, and agree that no one benefits when a hardworking mom is snatched from her child, and that it’s possible to shape a law that upholds our tradition as a nation of laws and a nation of […]

Here’s What Will Make You 10 Times More Likely To Lose Weight

When it comes to making New Year’s resolutions, weight loss tops many people’s list, with as much as 21 percent of the population (me included) vowing to slim down. Within six months, fewer than half of us will still be trying, according to research by John C. Norcross, Ph.D., who teaches psychology at the University […]

Here’s Why 9/11 Conspiracy Theories Still Thrive In America

WASHINGTON — It was a sunny and clear Tuesday morning in Knoxville, Tennessee. Sitting in the kitchen of my girlfriend’s apartment, I was eating a bowl of cereal — Honey Nut Cheerios, I still remember — and browsing the web before making the 15-minute drive to campus for class. I was looking for news about […]

Email from President Obama: “Here’s what’s next”

Earlier today, President Obama sent this message to the White House email list about what's next for his Administration. Didn't get it? Make sure you sign up for email updates here. Yesterday, millions of Americans cast their ballots. Republicans had a good night, and I congratulate all the candidates who won. But what stands out […]

Here’s Some Advice On What Not To Do During A Debate

We’re exactly one week away from the 2014 elections, and midterm apathy is in the air. Yet, HuffPost decided to watch hundreds of hours of debates to figure out what candidates should do differently on the campaign trail. We found candidates who can’t remember where they were born, moderators who just can’t nail a coin […]

Here’s What You Need to Know About Our Response to Ebola Right Now:

President Barack Obama delivers a statement to the press after a meeting with cabinet agencies coordinating the government’s Ebola response, in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Oct.15, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) Today, a health care worker from Dallas was transferred to Emory University Hospital for treatment after contracting the […]

You Told Us: Here’s What Raising the Wage Means to You

In this year's State of the Union, President Obama announced that he would be issuing an Executive Order requiring federal contractors to pay their workers a minimum wage of $ 10.10. Today, Secretary of Labor Tom Perez announced a final rule that implements the Executive Order — and the rule will benefit almost 200,000 American […]

Want To Live Longer? Here’s What You Need To Eat

As a geriatrician, the vast majority of my time is spent treating people who suffer from the afflictions of old age. These are almost always chronic in nature — heart disease, arthritis, cognitive decline, diabetes, and the list goes on. The good news is that most of the ailments I treat can be markedly delayed […]

Here’s How Americans Spend Every Minute Of Their Days

How many Americans are shopping, watching TV or working at any given moment of the day? A new interactive chart, built by e-commerce company Retale using survey data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, answers that question, depicting what Americans are doing in real time. You can also see just how routines shift along age, […]

Betsey Stevenson: “94 Years Later, Here’s Where We Are:”

Last night, White House economist Betsey Stevenson sent the email below to the White House email list, telling the story of the progress women have made since gaining the right to vote — and what's still left to accomplish. Didn't get the email? Make sure you're signed up for White House email updates. Hi, everyone […]

Here’s What Happens When An Amoeba ‘Eats’ The Brain

Last week, nine-year-old Hally Yust died after contracting a rare brain-eating amoeba infection while swimming near her family’s home in Kansas. The organism responsible, Naegleria fowleri, dwells in warm freshwater lakes and rivers and usually targets children and young adults. Once in the brain it causes a swelling called primary meningoencephalitis. The infection is almost […]

Here’s How the White House Celebrates the Fourth of July:

Tomorrow's the Fourth of July, and we're pretty excited about it here at the White House. To celebrate the holiday, the President and First Lady are inviting military heroes and their families to the White House tomorrow for a special Independence Day event, including a USO program featuring Grammy award-winning recording artist Pitbull. But you […]

Want to Realize Your Full Potential? Here’s how!

As Muhammad Ali once said: Champions are not made in gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them — a desire, a dream and a vision. And how true this is! Everything we are, everything we become, emerges from a place deep inside us. We each have the potential to be something […]

Weekly Wrap Up: Here’s What You Missed This Week at the White House

This week, the President hosted his first-ever Tumblr Q&A, congratulated graduates from Worcester Technical High School in Massachusetts, and took yet another step to expand opportunity for all Americans — and we had #LunchWithFLOTUS on Twitter. But that's just a little bit of what went on this week. Check out what else happened around the White […]

Here’s Why Spring Is The Best Season To Fall In Love

It’s spring and love is in the air. With all the weddings, romantic picnics and opportunities for hand-in-hand strolling, spring is really the unofficial season of love. These carefree days make it the best time for lovey-dovey overload, and here’s why … Spring is the best time to take off on a random romantic adventure. […]

Want To Stop Snoring? Here’s What Works (And What Doesn’t)

Long considered little more than a nuisance, snoring is no longer something to ignore — to the delight of frustrated bed partners everywhere. To sleep physicians, snoring is a sign that something’s up. “When you are snoring, you’re spending too much energy to breathe,” says Dr. M. Safwan Badr, M.D., president of the American Academy […]

The #ACASurge Continues: Here’s Where I Was Today

I saw it firsthand today: The surge of folks across the country getting covered ahead of the March 31 deadline is continuing. Today, I stopped by a D.C. Health Link faith-based enrollment event — put on by a community that's played a key role in efforts to educate and enroll District residents, small businesses, and […]

Here’s How The World’s Most Brilliant People Scheduled Their Days

Alas, there are but 24 hours in a day. And when you have a seemingly insurmountable load of work, it can be a quite a challenge to even know where to start. But remember that history’s most legendary figures — from Beethoven to Beyonce — had just as little (or just as much) time as […]

The President Said 2014 Will Be a Year of Action. Here’s What Happened Next:

When the President took the stage to deliver this year's State of the Union, he told the American people that he intends for 2014 to be a year of action. He said: "…What I offer tonight is a set of concrete, practical proposals to speed up growth, strengthen the middle class, and build new ladders […]

Here’s Why Alexander Wang’s $1,000 Sweatshirt Will Totally Sell Out

Just days after his fashion show in September, Rihanna, a Wang devotee, was spotted wearing a Parental Advisory top, likely a gift from Wang himself. Thankfully for the retail industry, Wang's design has been easy to copy for those who can't wait that long or rationalize spending a grand on a sweatshirt. Yahoo Shine – […]

Yes, You Actually Can Make a Manicure Last. Here’s How.

Want to skip the chips and keep those nails looking presentable a week (or even longer) after you got your last manicure? It may sound like a recipe for disappointment, but getting that manicure to stay pretty and (nearly) perfect for days and days can be done. To find out how, Yahoo Shine went straight […]