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Daily Archives: July 19, 2017

Palehound And The Art Of Healing Yourself

On Palehound’s first album, singer and guitarist Ellen Kempner wrote about other people from a distance. Written while she was still “in a bubble” at college, the record’s breakthrough single “Healthier Folk” saw her “watching cuties hit the half-pipe.” On “Cinnamon,” she was “peeking at the centerfolds.” That record, Dry Food, was a product of spending a lot of time ...

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Disabled Artisans Seek Equality in Behind-the-Camera Jobs

Amid talk about Hollywood diversity, one group gets consistently overlooked: people with disabilities, who comprise 19% of the U.S. population (57 million). They’re seeking more representation behind the camera, and the biggest hurdle is convincing Hollywood they can do the work — even though they are already finding success in various artisan jobs. This story first appeared in the July ...

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Beyoncé’s Latest Wax Figure Looks More Like Lindsay Lohan

Gather ‘round, everyone, because it’s time to dissect yet another tragic celebrity wax figure. This year alone, we’ve seen questionable sculptures of Britney Spears, Ryan Gosling, and Zac Efron, and now the latest victim is the one and only Beyoncé. Images of Bey’s latest wax figure at Madame Tussauds New York have started circulating, and fans are going IN, for ...

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Many Men with Diabetes Experience Erectile Dysfunction

A review of the published literature indicates that erectile dysfunction is common in males with diabetes, affecting more than half of men with the condition and with a prevalence of approximately 3.6-times higher than in non-diabetics. The analysis included 145 studies with a total of 88,577 men. “The findings suggest that clinicians should routinely screen for erectile dysfunction in men ...

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