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How Becoming a Single Dad Prompted Jacob to Focus on His Health

When Jacob’s wife was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he knew his health needed to take first priority for the sake of their two children. The post How Becoming a Single
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Sponsored: Why Cheat Meals Are Important for Weight Loss

No matter how grueling an athlete’s workouts are or how strict their training schedule, most bodybuilders will tell you that the most difficult part of getting stage-ready is staying disciplined
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Boosting Ability to Be Playful May Enhance Satisfaction With Life

A new study finds that simple exercises can help make people more playful, which helps them feel more satisfied with their lives. The new study from psychologists at Martin Luther
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Public willingness to take a COVID-19 vaccine around the globe: Study

The worldwide impact of the COVID-19 pandemic led to an unprecedented effort to develop vaccines against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection on a timescale that has never
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7 Ways To Eat Healthier Over the Holidays

Between Thanksgiving and the New Year, most of us fall off our regular, healthy eating plans and give into the temptation of sugar cookies, second helpings and eggnog! But that
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Prevent Muscle Loss: The Definitive Guide

Believe me brother, I know what you’re going through. You feel miserable because you can’t go to the gym. Aside from losing your stress-relief valve, you’re probably experiencing a weird
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How To Pass The ACFT Leg Tuck Test

All of the events in the new Army Combat Fitness Test, or ACFT, are difficult in their own way. Especially if you’ve been accustomed—as many soldiers have—to being tested only
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Going Plant-Based? Read This First

Plant-based eating is becoming increasingly popular, with more people ditching burgers and chicken for vegetarian alternatives every day. Cutting back on your meat consumption offers wide-ranging potential benefits, from losing
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Editors’ Picks for June 2020, Including Our Summer Reading Recommendation

While this may not end up being the most exotic summer of our lives, we’re still planning to make the most of the next few months in our own zip
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Habit Stacking: The Secret Trick for Remembering To Do Things

  Why is it so hard to remember to do things? Have you ever tried to adopt a new habit – something really small that seems so simple, like drinking
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Crohn’s Disease: Managing Symptoms – Women Fitness

Crohn’s disease is an ongoing (chronic) condition that causes the gastrointestinal (GI) tract to become inflamed. While the stomach may be affected, Crohn’s goes beyond this area of GI tract.
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The Most Common Hydration Mistakes Most of Us Make

Our bodies are made up of 70% water, and drinking enough water throughout the day is essential to our general health, proper functioning of our bodies, maintaining a healthy weight
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COVID-19 Hospitalizations Have Doubled in One Month

The current hospitalizations metric doesn’t distinguish between newly admitted COVID-19 patients and those who have been in the hospital for days or weeks already, so we looked at the new
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Podcast: Celebrating a COVID Christmas

We’ve made it to the end of 2020! From polarizing politics to raging fires to COVID-19, it’s been a real doozy. And now the holidays… Do we celebrate with loved
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| Holiday Meals Can Be Healthy as Well as SatisfyingTalking About Men’s Health™

Family Issues, Nutrition Holiday Meals Can Be Healthy as Well as Satisfying by Ramon P. Llamas, MPH, CHES November 29, 2020 Well, we got through Thanksgiving, but Christmas, Chanukah, and
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6 Simple Steps to Follow

How to Become a Surrogate: 6 Simple Steps to Follow : Becoming a surrogate mother is a huge hassle in itself. The lady is expected to meet a number of requirements,
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Instagram Marketing for Gyms and Fitness Professionals

Get the Basics… Instagram is a visually-focused social media platform that makes it easy to engage with current members and clients. Creating and sharing content on Instagram is an opportunity
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Get More Power from Rowing

I’m a rower – on water and in the gym. I regularly watch rowers and trainers work out on their rowing machines with growing frustration. Why am I frustrated?  
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How the U.K. Approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine So Fast

The U.K. became the first western country to authorize the use of a COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 1, when its medicines regulator gave the greenlight to the vaccine produced by
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CEO Update: From community led initiatives to whole of government – we need to prevent suicide

Sadly it’s not hard to find stories, and lived experiences, of brave people who have been bereaved by suicide, or who have struggled with their own despair and suicidal thoughts.
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Car Camping Gear for Cooler Fall Weather with Kids

It’s hard to beat camping in the fall. Temperatures in the mornings and evenings drop, luring you to longer, cozier sleep, while the days remain warm for comfortable outings. Destinations
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7 Healthy Holiday Food Swaps

When it comes to holiday meals, we tend to forget about the healthy diet and lifestyle choices we make the rest of the year in favor of whatever is put
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Boosting Muscle Growth: The Best Bodybuilding Pills

Dietary supplements are ever-popular—and bodybuilding pills continuously lead the way. They’re advertised a lot, but healthy skepticism prevails: Are they the real deal? The Best Bodybuilding Pills The Rundown: Exercise
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Dr. Michael Davidson, Who Studied Infectious Disease, Dies at 77

He was badly injured in a biking accident shortly after he relocated to New Jersey for a new job heading up an H.I.V./AIDS research team for Roche Pharmaceuticals. “He had
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Advice on a Suicidal Family member : mentalhealth

Hi guys, I need advice on a Family situation I am in and this is the best place I could think of to get helpful advice. My niece who is
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UCLA, UCSF obtain FDA approval for PSMA PET imaging in men with prostate cancer

The University of California’s two nationally ranked medical centers, UCSF and UCLA, and their nuclear medicine teams have obtained approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to offer a
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Laura Roberts: Exceptionally Talented Fitness Model Unfolds her Workout, Diet and Beauty Secrets

Laura Roberts is a Colombian fitness model, she started exercising at the young age of 10 years. she started going to gym in the age of 15 years. She followed
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Heat and its Health Benefits

Fever and Detoxification When you are sick, the body temperature often increases in order to help fight off the infection. This increase in temperature is known as a fever. The
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