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One year later: Face transplant has 'given me my life back,' firefighter Patrick Hardison says

For Patrick Hardison, the volunteer Mississippi firefighter who underwent the world’s most extensive face transplant one year ago, the highlights of the past year have been things most people take for granted. 690 more words

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New Active Range with Sundried

Yewwwww…Summer Beach training sessions with Sundried . 🌞👌My favourite place to train! 😍 Superly duperly happy to be testing out their beautiful #activewear !! Check out some of my top training tips, what keeps me motivated, the importance of following your dreams, staying true to yourself and your morals, business, celebrity fitness, some of my story so far and the amazing people – family,friends and sponsors who have supported me along the way… 16 more words

Love Yourself Enough to Know When it is Time for a Lifestyle Change

One of the first steps I took towards starting my wellness journey was learning to love myself. I suffered from self-esteem issues that stemmed from late childhood years. 258 more words

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Courteney Cox opens up about cosmetic procedure regrets

Courteney Cox, who skyrocketed to fame in the 1990s portraying Monica Geller on the smash hit sitcom Friends opened up in a candid interview with Bear Grylls about regrets she has about undergoing cosmetic procedures. 267 more words

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Young woman with facial deformity becomes YouTube celebrity with beauty tutorials

Marimar Quiroa was born with cystic hygroma, a growth over her mouth that deformed her face, but this has not stopped her from becoming a popular beauty vlogger who’s racked up some nine million views on her YouTube channel. 288 more words

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Juxtaposed photos go viral after police seen ordering woman to remove burqini on French beach

Photos showing police on a beach in Nice, France, ordering a woman to remove some of her clothing, which appears to be a burqini, caused outrage on social media late Tuesday night. 387 more words

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No. 1 Killer: Cancer is Catching Up to Heart Disease

(CNN) — More Americans die from heart disease, but cancer is rapidly gaining ground as the No. 1 killer.

In 22 states, more people died from cancer during 2014 than from heart disease, new data from the National Vital Statistics System indicated. 606 more words

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