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Workout Supplements Could Be Causing Testicular Cancer

Greater usage may lead to larger muscles, but also larger risks, study finds.

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Researchers can’t explain why incidence of testicular cancer has risen from 3.7 cases per 100,000 men in 1975, up to 5.9 cases per 100,000 in 2011. In the United States, 8,500 men are diagnosed with the disease every year, and it is currently the most common form of cancer found in young men ages 15—35.

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How to Actually be Successful in Achieving Your 2014 Goals

If you’re looking to make a change, then stop worrying about results and start worrying about your identity.

Change is hard. You’ve probably noticed that.

We all want to become better people—stronger and healthier, more creative and more skilled, a better friend or family member. But even if we get really inspired and start doing things better, it’s tough to actually stick to new behaviors. It’s more likely that this time next year you’ll be doing the same thing than performing a new habit with ease. Why is that? And is there anything you can do to make change easier?

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How to Say No, Resist Temptation, and Stick to Your Goals

How the “right words” make it easier to say no.


Learning how to say no is one of the most useful skills you can develop, especially when it comes to living a healthy life.

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