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Hulk Hogan Talks Giving Up Alcohol, Losing 40 Lbs. After His Body ‘Shut Down On Me’

The WWE legend opened up about prioritizing his health after 26 surgeries in 10 years in the latest “Gym & Fridge” video for ‘Men’s Health’ Lou Rocco/Disney General Entertainment Content Hulk Hogan Hulk Hogan has a healthy new mindset since officially retiring in 2012. In the latest Men’s Health “Gym & Fridge” video, the 69-year-old

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Sperm or egg from any cell? It’s called IVG and it holds huge promise and peril : Shots

A clinician prepares cells for in vitro fertilization, or IVF, the treatment for infertility. In the future, it could be joined by IVG, in vitro gametogenesis, a new process that could turn any cell first into a stem cell and then into a sperm or egg cell. Lluis Gene/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle

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Award-winning idea aims to produce healthy sugar substitute for diabetics

A start-up company is working to get a sugar substitute to market, which if approved, they say will provide a healthier alternative particularly for diabetics. And it’s made from unused production byproducts. Biofect Innovations won the Agri-Tech Pitch Competition in Guelph this year. The company has found a way to turn things like lactose, starch

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Healthy aging: 5 easy ways for seniors to maintain healthy dietary habits | Health

Aging is a natural process that brings about changes in various aspects of our lives, including our dietary needs. As we age, it becomes increasingly important to maintain a healthy diet in order to promote overall well-being and prevent age-related health problems. In this context, it is essential for seniors to understand the importance of

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Some Alberta doctors have anti-Indigenous biases: Survey

The Metis Nation of Alberta says many of its members have experienced racism when accessing Alberta’s health-care system. “Rather than risk being discriminated against or feeling less than… They’re choosing not to go,” said Reagan Bartel, director of health for the Metis Nation of Alberta. “Our community feels that very deeply, that physicians are above

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