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The Best (and Worst) Foods for Pesky Adult Breakouts

There are a lot of things about high school we want to forget. Frosted tips. A head full of butterfly clips. Tearaway pants. Oh yeah, and that greasy red face full of pimples staring back at us in our yearbook photo. We may be well past puberty, but acne is still an annoying reality for a lot of adults: Research suggests that 50 million Americans suffer from the skin condition.
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One More Reason You Should Eat Fruit, Not Drink It

Greatist News examines and explains the trends and studies making headlines in fitness, health, and happiness. Check out all the news here . Share on Pinterest Photo: Eser Aygün A team of scientists from Britain, Singapore, and the Harvard School of Public Health have found that while eating fruit lowers the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, drinking fruit (in the form of juice) actually increases itFruit consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes: results from three prospective longitudinal cohort studies.
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Life

11 Dairy-Free Keto Dinners to Make If You're Giving Cheese a Break

If you're under the impression going keto means eating everything with a thick coating of Brie, you're not entirely wrong. For some of us, dairy plays a key role in keeping us full and happy in a carb-less world-but it's definitely not the only thing that keto's got going for it. Once you believe it's not (just) butter and peel back the infinite cheese sticks, you'll see there's so much more to going keto than doubling down on dairy.
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Advices

Dangerfood: Caesar Salad

Opting for a salad isn't always the healthiest option on the menu- especially if it's a Caesar. These seemingly harmless greens can play host to fatty dressing, cheese, and refined grains galore. Double Trouble - The Need-to-Know In the past 20 years, the classic chicken Caesar salad has more than doubled in size and calories.
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7 Things You Should Absolutely Stop Apologizing For

Unless you're perfect (and we certainly aren't!), apologies are a necessary part of life. And those two little words-“I'm sorry”-are quite powerful. Saying them releases us from the guilt of having wronged someone; restores a sense of trust between the two parties; and helps us save face, appear more agreeable, and fortify our belief in our own moral goodness and likeability.
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