If you’re looking for a fairly painless way to lose weight (or at least not gain) researchers at Brigham Young University have a new solution for you.
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Melanie Haiken, Forbes.com Contributor How much more news about weight loss supplements can there be to share? More every year, it turns out, as researchers synthesize new plant-derived compounds and… More
Just when there are 3 seconds in the game, and this last play determines the victor, the phone rings. You are interrupted at the special moment when you want no distractions.