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10 health rules you should swear by in 2015—and forever

Frank Lipman, MD, New York City’s most well-known integrative physician (and celeb go-to doctor), is known for prescribing "medicine" that doesn't necessarily come from a bottle, like recommending you should cut out sugar and chill out more with meditation.

His brand new book, The New Health Rules, is a modern manifesto for living a healthy, cool life. And it's filled with nearly 100 simple ideas and tips, just like these.

"These rules work for everyone. This book is for you whether you're a meat-eater or a vegan, whether you're an athlete or are just now getting inspired to commit to an exercise routine," says Dr. Lipman. "It's about the whole self—body, mind and spirit—and the habits and routines that make all three thrive."

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Favorite Deodorant Recipe

Below is my favorite deodorant recipe. It is AMAZING!!!

My husband can ride his bike 70 miles in the blazing summer and still no BO! I also love that it's a great alternative for my girls who are just reaching the age of needing deodorant.

It's easy to use and you can add essential oils for a "pretty smell", if you want.

Deodorant Recipe


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Fusillade dans le sud de Paris : deux policiers "à terre"

Un homme a fait feu sur deux gardiens de la paix vers 8 h 20, à proximité de la porte de Malakoff. Aucun lien n'est établi avec l'attentat contre "Charlie Hebdo".
Une fusillade a éclaté jeudi matin à Montrouge (Hauts-de-Seine), au sud de Paris, et deux policiers municipaux "sont à terre", a-t-on appris de source policière. Trois policiers faisaient un banal contrôle de la circulation avenue Pierre-Brossolette à Montrouge. L'un d'entre eux, une femme, est grièvement blessé et a subi un massage cardiaque.

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Suspected Islamists kill 12 in Paris attack on satirical magazine

Hooded gunmen stormed the Paris offices of a weekly satirical magazine known for lampooning radical Islam, killing at least 12 people, including two police officers in the worst militant attack on French soil in decades.

One of the men was captured on video outside the building waving his arms and shouting "Allah!". After dozens of shots rang out, two assailants were seen calmly leaving the scene. One police officer was seen being shot as he lay wounded.

A police union official said the assailants - Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said there were three - remained at liberty and there were fears of further attacks. The government declared the highest state of alert, increasing security at transport hubs, religious sites, media offices and department stores as the search for the assailants got under way.

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101 reasons to watch the sky in 2015

Meteor rain, lunar shadows, eclipses ... The year 2015 eyes turned skyward.

Share this year on the right foot, in astronomical terms. We have already had a comet visible to the naked eye, and Venus and Mercury honor of their presence our sunsets next few days.
But what about the rest of the year?  How will you know what there is to see?
Easy: go to Universe Today, which has a list of 101 astronomical events to see in 2015. It's a great list, with many things visible to the naked eye and through a telescope. Lunar eclipses It includes a solar eclipse, the meteor showers and various other phenomena.

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