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NEW YORK, NY - MAY 03:  Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump speaks to supporters and the media at Trump Tower in Manhattan following his victory in the Indiana primary on May 03, 2016 in New York, New York. Trump beat rival Ted Cruz decisively in a contest that many analysts believe was the last chance for any other Republican candidate to catch Trump in the delegate count.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Trump Win Ends Talk Of Contested GOP Convention:

So much for a historic convention floor fight in Cleveland this summer.

The prospect of a contested Republican convention captivated party officials, political junkies and the media for months — sending everyone to the rulebooks for a refresher on how the nomination process works.
That’s all a pipe dream now.
Donald Trump emerged Tuesday as the GOP’s presumptive 2016 nominee following a commanding win in Indiana and Ted Cruz’s decision to drop out of the race.
Without adequate anesthesia during surgery, your brain can stay awake and aware while your muscles stay frozen. It's called anesthesia awareness, and it happens to about one out of every 1,000 patients. When you schedule surgery, ask your surgeon if a local anesthetic could work instead. You may not need to be put to sleep.

Medical Errors May Be Third Leading Cause Of Death In The U.S.:

You’ve heard those hospital horror stories where the surgeon removes the wrong body part oroperates on the wrong patient or accidentally leaves medical equipment in the person they were operating on.

Even scarier, perhaps, is a new study in the latest edition of BMJ suggesting most medical errors go unobserved, at least in the official record.
In fact, the study, from doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggests medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory diseases like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death in the United States. That would place medical errors right behind heart disease and cancer.

To lose weight, you need to burn more calories than you consume, which inevitably means one thing: portion control. But you're not necessarily doomed to a growling stomach until you reach your goal.<br /><br />"Portion control doesn't mean you have to eat tiny portions of everything," says Lisa Young, author of "The Portion Teller Plan: The No-Diet Reality Guide to Eating, Cheating, and Losing Weight Permanently." "You don't want to feel like you're on a diet, but you have to eat fewer calories."<br /><br />Here are 14 easy ways to cut portions, trim calories, and lose fat without counting the minutes until your next meal.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20501331,00.html" target="_blank">Health.com: 16 ways to lose weight fast </a><br />

Want Better Sleep, Better Mood And Better Sex? Cut Calories:

You’re human, so chances are, you’re interested in getting more sleep, having better sex and improving your mood.

A secret to all these things — at least according to onenew study — is calorie restriction.
Researchers at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, recruited more than 200 healthy women and men between the ages of 20 and 50. Each had a body mass index between 22.0 and 28.0, making them either normal weight or overweight, but not obese.

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