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Wring Me Out Like a Wash Cloth

Terry’s legs felt like jello as he stepped off the elliptical machine. He took a swig of Gatorade, then started wiping down the machine with the antiseptic towels that the gym kept nearby. 452 more words

Writing

The Noise from Wind Turbines: Potential Adverse Impacts on Children’s Well-Being

 Published July 22, 2011

Corresponding Author: Arline L. Bronzoft, GrowNYC, New York, NY. USA

Albtor@aol.com

Bio:

Arline L. Bronzaft, PhD is a Professor Emerita of Lehman College, City University of New York. 357 more words

Wind Turbines

In the long run, short runs get the job done

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Running is just as easy as putting one foot in front of the other.

We know it’s good for us, but new research shows you don’t need to be a marathoner to make it work for you. 273 more words

Connecticut

30 Days...Day 23

Wow, hard to believe I’m a week away from my end goal!  I’m so glad I made myself do this…it was always more of a test of my personal resolve and willpower, so it’s a nice sense of accomplishment!  13 more words

Food

Cleansing Diets

It seems nearly all your friends are doing special cleansing diets. Should you do one too?

By inFact via YouTube

Transcript via inFact:

Cleansing diets are a food fad that’s been around for decades, from the Hollywood 48-Hour Miracle Diet, to lemon & maple syrup concoctions, to today’s absurdly overpriced high-sugar fruit smoothie drinks that you buy an in impressively multi-colored, day-specific pack.

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Pseudoscientific

Midnight running

So it has been really hot and being out of shape makes it quite hard to just go out there and run. But I have decided to go running, because I dislike being out of shape.

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Running

Researchers claim to link memory problems to sugary drinks

A new study found that what your children drink could impact their memory in the future.

Researchers say teens who drink a lot of sugary drinks may be at risk for memory problems. 50 more words

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