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The 5 Most Unhealthy States in America

by Megan Thompson

There are several issues at the forefront of America’s dialogue on health; as a country, we are no stranger to heart disease, cancer and obesity and the effects of these

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New York City’s Number of Trees Highest in 75 years

by Natalia Lima

New York is already the most vegan friendly city in the world and it is continuing on its healthy path by going green — literally. The city that never sleeps

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4 Ways Coffee is Good for Your Brain

by Megan Thompson

A whopping 54 percent of Americans drink coffee on a daily basis, making it one of the country’s most popular and well-loved beverages. While some health experts point out the

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Baby and Sloth Are Unlikely Best Friends

by Brianne Hogan

Babies and sloths are cute on their own. Once you put them together, you instantly have an overload of cuteness. Enter: 5-month-old Alia and her best friend, Daisy, a sloth.

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10 Percent of the World’s Population May Have Diabetes by 2030

by Megan Thompson

With over 29 million U.S. citizens currently living with diabetes, this disease is no stranger to the American health dialogue. As medical advances allow people to live longer and the

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UNICEF Launches All-New Celeb Singalong of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’

by Brianne Hogan

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF has teamed up with an array of celebrities to cover John Lennon’s beloved “Imagine”

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WATCH: Celebs (Silently) Call on World Leaders for Ebola Action

by Brianne Hogan

In what may be a first, celebs are not speaking up for Ebola. In fact, they’re staying silent — on purpose. Bono, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Morgan Freeman and Connie

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