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21:35  18 october  2019
21:35  18 october  2019 Source:   rd.com

Someone Made A Sexy Beyond Burger Halloween Costume Because We Have Run Out Of Ideas

  Someone Made A Sexy Beyond Burger Halloween Costume Because We Have Run Out Of Ideas Lookin' like a dang (plant-based) snack!Yandy, home to viral "sexy" costumes you've probably seen screen-shotted on social media (see: Sexy Mr. Rogers), debuted an interesting costume this year that it's calling the Yandy Beyond Burger Costume. It's basically a burger dress, complete with frilly "lettuce" that they're paired with an interesting flag headpiece that reads "plant-based." Inspirational work.

You probably know sleep is important for mood, appetitite, and crushing your workouts—but bad sleep hygiene can have more serious consequences. What time you hit the pillow and how restful your shut-eye is can affect your breast cancer risk, new research shows. Disruptions of your circadian rhythm, which can result from poor sleep, may play a role in breast cancer.

a person lying on a bed: What time you hit the pillow and how restful your shut-eye is can affect your breast cancer risk, new research shows. Here’s how to sleep better and protect your health.© Sophie Filippova/Getty Images What time you hit the pillow and how restful your shut-eye is can affect your breast cancer risk, new research shows. Here’s how to sleep better and protect your health.

“Factors like light or noise can suppress melatonin at night, when levels are supposed to be high. The body responds by releasing estrogen from the ovaries at times of day it normally wouldn’t,” says Carla Finkielstein, Ph.D., an associate professor at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. In some cases, the constant, unscheduled release of hormones like this could increase cancer risk.

Someone Made A Sexy Beyond Burger Halloween Costume Because We Have Run Out Of Ideas

  Someone Made A Sexy Beyond Burger Halloween Costume Because We Have Run Out Of Ideas For everything from packed school lunches to stocking your personal snack drawer, these store brand steals are in a league of their own.

Occasional bad nights are nothing to worry about, but anything that throws off your z’s chronically is. These three tips will help you get the nightly rest you need.

Shut down disruptions.

Waking up more than twice a night is associated with a 21 percent increase in the risk of breast cancer, new research in the European Journal of Cancer Prevention shows. Fragmented sleep changes the white blood cells in a way that promotes tumor growth, according to an earlier study in mice, says Dorraya El-Ashry, Ph.D., the chief scientific officer of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Take steps to make your sleep more peaceful. If you live on a noisy street, for instance, consider getting a pink noise machine. (Pink noise is similar to white noise but has been proved to boost sleep quality.) If you often wake up with a sore throat or neck pain, you may snore; 88 percent of women do, but only 72 percent know it. Changing your sleeping position, getting a new pillow, or wearing a mouth guard can help; ask your doctor or dentist for advice. (Related: Study Finds That 'Beauty Sleep' Is Actually a Real Thing)

Egg And Ice Cream Got Knocked Off The Masked Singer Last Night—Here’s Who They Are

  Egg And Ice Cream Got Knocked Off The Masked Singer Last Night—Here’s Who They Are The judges totally got one right!If you're not familiar with The Masked Singer, here's a quick rundown. Celebrities (usually of the B- and C-...and D-list variety) wear really elaborate costumes and basically perform karaoke. After that, the panel of judges has to try and guess who it could possibly be behind the mask. Usually they throw at names like Rihanna but it more ends up being more like, a former '80s boy band member or something.

Stick to this two-hour window.

Studies have indicated that a rotating night shift, in which you work three or more nights a month in addition to day shifts, can increase your risk of cancer over time because your body clock can never fully adjust. “These chronic circadian disruptions have serious implications for cancer as well as obesity, heart disease, and inflammation,” Finkielstein says. Aim to wake up and fall asleep within the same two-hour window every day to minimize the effects. (Related: What's Worse: Sleep Deprivation or Disrupted Sleep?)

Use mood lighting.

One of the top things that suppresses nighttime melatonin levels is too much light. “Animal studies indicate that irregular circadian cycles caused by continuous exposure to irregular light-dark cycles favor the progression of malignant diseases, like cancer in breast tissues,” Finkielstein says. Cut back on the amount of brightness you’re exposed to at least an hour or two before bedtime, El-Ashry says. Ideally, try for a candlelight level of ambient light—meaning just enough to see where you’re going. Turn off your electronics earlier too. (See: The Best Light-Blocking Sleep Masks, According to Amazon Reviews)

Safety Tips You Need to Know Before Your Kids Go Trick-or-Treating

  Safety Tips You Need to Know Before Your Kids Go Trick-or-Treating Have fun, but safety comes first!Is it weird that I’ve spent the other 364 days of the year telling my daughters to never, ever take candy from strangers? Yes I admit it is, but I’m in it for the matching family costumes and the horror movie marathons with my teens.

Gallery: 30 Famous Women Who Beat Breast Cancer (Provided by 24/7)

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in recognition of this, 24/7 Wall St. decided to highlight several well-known women who have defeated the disease. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, with 245,299 new cases reported in 2016 in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Breast cancer is most commonly diagnosed in women who are 55 years and older. About one in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. After lung cancer, it is the second leading cause of death from cancer among women. These are the most common types of cancer in men and women. 24/7 Wall St. compiled a list of 30 famous women who survived their battle with breast cancer. We reviewed sources such as the National Breast Cancer Foundation to create our list, which features women who were diagnosed at a range of ages and from a variety of professions. We only included women who have completed treatment and are now cancer-free.   Women who have an immediate family member, such as a mother, sister, or even a daughter, with a history of breast cancer are at a much greater risk of developing cancer themselves -- about twice as likely -- as women without such history. It is important for women to check for hereditary breast cancer and other cancers. Here other health tips every woman should know. Three women on this list have died, although not from their bout with breast cancer. Shirley Temple Black, Happy Rockefeller, and Betty Ford all go down in history as women who raised awareness of the disease during the 1970s, a time when such ailments were not publicly discussed. All three women defeated breast cancer and lived long lives.

Cute NICU babies in costumes just in time for Halloween. You're welcome. .
Some of the units, called NICU for short, give parents the opportunity to dress their babies for a friendly costume competition. Others have crafty staff on hand to create imaginative outfits for their patients. © Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Either way, the babies are an adorable sight to behold. Here are just a few for you to obsess over. Thank us later. This little cub is a contestant in Advocate Children's Hospital's annual NICU Halloween costume contest. As you can see, the circus of baby life has exhausted him. Don't worry if the tiny lion lunges for a bite, though. He doesn't have any teeth.

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