Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean was scanning through the comments on her Facebook page earlier this month when she noticed a message from a woman named Jo Ann.
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In his new role, Khaled, whose real name is Khaled Mohamed Khaled, will publicly document his weight-loss journey on his social media channels as he follows Weight Watchers’ “Freestyle” program. —– #makeupbyrickbakerin2011 #themovieneverhappened😢 #turnsoutiwaspreggers🤷🏻♀️ #babiesarebetterthanmovies🤗 #happynewyear❤️ A post shared by Jennifer Garner (@jennifer.garner) on Jan 2, 2018 at pm PST Talk about a transformation!
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Winter Olympic hopeful Ashley Wagner put down her ice skates and broke out her pots and pans to show Us Weekly a recipe that she calls her “post-workout protein bowl.” The dish – which calls for avocados, quinoa and grilled chicken – is the perfect meal to kick off a healthy […] No baby bump here!
Then there’s the Power Booster — described as a ‘drug-free high’ for those who need to keep ‘on top of the game’ — and the Vitality Booster, which is popular with wealthy partygoers as an instant pick-me-up after a heavy weekend.
Both drips are rich in vitamin C.‘I can see no benefit other than rehydration, and the feeling that comes when someone gives you care in a sympathetic style in a comfortable setting,’ says Jonathan Chick, professor of health sciences at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh.
Like any intravenous procedure, there’s a risk of infection and regular use could lead to vein damage.