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A More Youthful Vagina? CO2 Laser ‘Mona Lisa Touch’ Resurfaces The Vagina, Produces More Collagen, Gets Rid Of Dryness And Painful Sex

Women can, at times, face problems that they may not want to discuss about their vaginas, but new procedures are offering hope in a non-surgical fashion. Women who’ve had hysterectomies or have beat cancer — or those who might not have experienced those occurrences — have complained to their doctors about painful sex and vaginal dryness, and leaking urine during ...

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Pitbull, Nick Jonas — Our Quinceanera Price Tag … More than a Million!!!

Exclusive Details Kylie Jenner‘s Sweet 16 looks like a Chuck E. Cheese’s party compared to a Quinceanera thrown by a Texas family that dropped more than 2 million bucks to score performances by Pitbull and Nick Jonas. Maya Henry has a very rich dad — personal injury lawyer Thomas J. Henry — something he made clear with a lavish Latina coming of age ...

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New Study Reveals Drinking More Coffee Reverses Liver Damage Caused By Drinking Booze

A new study has officially given anyone who has ever woken up with a searing hangover and unable to function without that first cup of coffee, some good news about just how healing that ritual can be. The Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics journal published that drinking coffee just might help reduce the damage that booze can do to the liver. ...

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More troops killed in Kashmir stand-off

Another three soldiers have been killed in a stand-off with militants near Srinagar in Indian-administered Kashmir, military officials say. Two other soldiers and a civilian were killed in violence on Saturday. The stand-off began when up to four attackers ambushed a military convoy before taking refuge in a training institute. A new exchange of gunfire began on Sunday morning as ...

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Syrian explosions kill more than 100

Bomb blasts in the Syrian cities of Homs and Damascus have left more than 100 people dead, monitors and state media say. In Homs, at least 57 people, mainly civilians, were killed in a double car bombing, a monitoring group reported. At least four blasts later struck the southern Damascus suburb of Sayyida Zeinab, causing at least 50 deaths, state ...

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Sunday's Best Deals: Calvin Klein, 4K Fire TV, Xbox One Windows Gamepad, and More

Calvin Klein underwear, Amazon’s 4K Fire TV, and a wired Xbox One controller for Windows kick off Sunday’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the sale. Click hereto ...

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Rihanna — It's a Miracle … No More Bronchitis!!!

Breaking News Rihanna certainly bounced back in a big way from her bronchitis just days earlier … partying it up for her birthday. The singer posted video of her 28th birthday celebration.   We broke the story, her reps told us Rihanna bailed at the last minute on the Grammys because her doctor warned her that her bronchitis was so ...

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“New York City’s scarcity of inexpensive land is often cited as an impediment to building more affor

“New York City’s scarcity of inexpensive land is often cited as an impediment to building more affordable housing, but the comptroller’s office has identified more than 1,000 city-owned vacant lots across the boroughs that have been sitting idle, most for more than 30 years.” Gawker

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HPV: Once Known To Harm Only Women, Now Proven To Be Even More Harmful To Men

For a long time, HPV was considered a sexually transmitted illness that meant pre-cancer for women and nothing for guys. In fact, there is no existing test that can detect HPV in men, and genital warts are only diagnosed once visible. A new study, however, found that men who contract HPV through oral sex are more likely to develop cancer. ...

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6 Secrets to Saving More for Retirement

Filed under: Retirement, Retirement Plans Getty By Jane Bennett Clark As the spouse of a Foreign Service officer, Cathy Lincoln moved frequently and changed jobs with each new post while raising two children. She had neither the time nor the inclination to pay attention to her retirement accounts. “I had a set-it-and-forget-it attitude,” says Lincoln, 56, of Washington, D.C. After ...

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