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And here’s the good news: It doesn’t take long to see huge improvements.

Every day there are people like you who are turning their health around. Watch these short (but super-inspiring) videos below.

They’re living the life they were meant to live and they’re feeling fantastic doing it. These people took back their health and their power with the help of Crazy Sexy You, my 21-Day Total Wellness Program. Over a decade ago, Kris Carr was diagnosed with an incurable Stage IV cancer. It inspired her to get busy living and start taking care of herself.

So she went on a quest to transform her life—to feel better, do better and help others do the same. She is a multiple New York Times best-selling author, speaker and wellness advocate, and the subject and director of the documentary Crazy Sexy Cancer, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and on TLC, The Discovery Channel and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

Kris is also the author of the award-winning Crazy Sexy book series.

Kris has been called a “force of nature” by O Magazine and was named a “new role model” by the New York Times.

She’s a founding member of Oprah’s Super Soul 100, and has been seen on Super Soul Sunday, The Oprah Winfrey Show, GMA, Today, CBS Evening News, the Early Show, Access Hollywood, Gayle King Show, The Doctors, Scientific American, People, WSJ, Glamour, Forbes, Success and Vanity Fair.

Remember when you were a kid -- or last night at the bar, whatever -- and you scrunched down a straw wrapper, dropped water on it, and watched in amazement as it grew almost four times its original length? How did that tiny little thing just up and become huge in a matter of seconds? seriously, your ding-dongs are like a never-ending magic show.

We can all agree that penises are crazy: they grow, they shrink, they move on their own...

But what really determines whether you’re a grower or a shower?

We decided to ask penis pros -- or urologists, in layman's terms -- Dr. Alex Shteynshlyuger to give us the dirty on the science behind this phenomenon.

It’s genetics -- just like some people are taller and some people are shorter.