Current guidelines recommend that women should have a Pap test every 3 years beginning at age 21.

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Literally everyone on Twitter: “No.” Everyone knows that chicken should never be undercooked. Yelenayemchuk / Getty Images / Via …Because, as we’ve all been taught, raw chicken is a breeding ground for salmonella. According to the USDA, raw chicken should be cooked until it reaches an internal temperature of 165°F to kill all potential…

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“What’s your favorite thing to cook?” “What’s your favorite thing to cook?” Whatever I’m being paid to cook. Fox “I bet you eat the best food!” LOL, no. After cooking for 12 hours straight the last thing we want to do is spend even more time cooking for ourselves. Sadly, pizza and take-out are not…

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To freeze and use throughout the week. Worcestershire Soy Marinade Add a teaspoon of cayenne for some added heat. Recipe here. Garlic Ranch Marinade Toss it into a salad for a non-sad desk lunch. Recipe here. View Entire List › Read More Source:: BuzzFeed – Food

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I lost, I gained, and I won. Tim Lane / BuzzFeed Hi, I’m Remee, and I’ve often struggled with my weight and sense of body image. Remee Patel Food has been a source of undeniable pleasure to me my whole life, but it’s also been one of conflict. I grew up in a South Asian…

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A healthcare advocate is often able to skillfully navigate the healthcare system and get the best results from specialists. Concierge medical practices are embracing healthcare advocacy in order to make certain their patients are getting the best care possible. Read More Source:: Forbes – Health

The top smartphone applications that will help keep you fit, healthy and live a better life Read More Source:: Forbes – Health

Time to meet your superfood soulmate. Read More Source:: BuzzFeed – Food

Technology to keep you on top of your health Read More Source:: Forbes – Health

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Jarvi Lab / University of Hawaii at Hilo Brain-burying worms, flesh-eating bacteria, and microbes that short-circuit the nervous system are just some of the stowaways that Americans picked up on their travels last year. “Food and drink can be a common source of parasitic infections,” James Maguire, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and…

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Certain changes were present in the brain activity of men, but not women. Read More Source:: Forbes – Health

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