Josh Brolin’s Butthole Is ‘Crazy Burned’ After He Tried The Newest Health Fad! – Perez Hilton

Josh Brolin took to Instagram last week to share a brave and very necessary post about his bad experience trying out the latest social media wellness fad known as “perineum sunning” — aka, exposing your booty hole to the sun. According to Meta Meg’s post, perineum sunning “ 🌞Perineum Sunning🌞 For the past few weeks I have included sunning my bum & yoni🌺 into my daily rising routine. • ☀️Many of you have been asking about the benefits of this practice: ⚡️30 seconds of sunlight on your butthole is the equivalent of a full day of sunlight with your clothes on!⚡️ Taught by @ra_of_earth & @certifiedhealthnut (This is an ancient Taoist practice that’s been around for a while!) Things I’ve noticed …

Courtroom Health Drama For Harvey Weinstein As Prosecutors Ask Judge For Higher Bail Amount – Perez Hilton

It was a dramatic day in court for embattled film producer and financier Harvey Weinstein, who could barely walk in and out of the building to attend a scheduled legal appearance in New York City. The controversial 67-year-old, TMZ has the footage of the walk itself (you can see it Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Long waits ‘leave mental health patients in limbo’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWhile waiting for therapy, Paul tried to take his own life Patients with mental health problems are being left in limbo on “hidden” waiting lists by England’s NHS talking therapy service, the BBC can reveal. The service – called Improving Access to Psychological Therapies – provides therapy, such as counselling, to adults with conditions like depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety. It starts seeing nine in 10 patients within the target time of six weeks. But that masks the fact many then face long waits for regular treatment. Half of patients waited over 28 days, and one in six longer than 90 days, between their first and second sessions in the past …

Why being thankful is so good for your health

(CNN)As a physician, I have helped to care for many patients and families whose lives have been turned upside down by serious illnesses and injuries. Research shows that grateful people tend to be healthy and happy. They exhibit lower levels of stress and depression, cope better with adversity and sleep better. They tend to be happier and more satisfied with life. Even their partners tend to be more content with their relationships. Perhaps when we are more focused on the good things we enjoy in life, we have more to live for and tend to take better care of ourselves and each other. When researchers asked people to reflect on the past week and write about things that either irritated …