Monthly Archives: February 2018

Man who concealed beating, kidnapping by fitness exec gets 15 months – STLtoday.com


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Man who concealed beating, kidnapping by fitness exec gets 15 months
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ST. LOUIS • A man who admitted helping to cover up the violent kidnapping of a Maplewood man by a local fitness company executive was sentenced Wednesday to 15 months in prison. Zachary Smith was at a house where the kidnap victim was being held and ...

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Man who concealed beating, kidnapping by fitness exec gets 15 months – STLtoday.com


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Man who concealed beating, kidnapping by fitness exec gets 15 months
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ST. LOUIS • A man who admitted helping to cover up the violent kidnapping of a Maplewood man by a local fitness company executive was sentenced Wednesday to 15 months in prison. Zachary Smith was at a house where the kidnap victim was being held and ...

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These health problems can be predicted with a look into your eyes – CNN


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These health problems can be predicted with a look into your eyes
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Analyzing the data, the team found that participants with moderate to severe retinopathy were more likely to score significantly lower on memory and thinking tests than healthy-eyed participants. In fact, these participants saw their average test ...

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A Look At The Narrow Point Of Intersection Between Mental Health And Gun Violence – NPR


A Look At The Narrow Point Of Intersection Between Mental Health And Gun Violence
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NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with psychiatrist Jonathan Metzl about the narrow point of intersection between the worlds of mental illness and gun violence. He says there's not much more the mental health field can do to prevent potential mass shooters ...

A Rolling Party Brings the Funk (and Health Benefits) – New York Times


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A Rolling Party Brings the Funk (and Health Benefits)
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On a recent winter evening outside of the Hot Skates roller rink in Lynbrook, N.Y., Tanya Dean, along with some helpers, walked back and forth from a van carrying pans of fried chicken, rice and beans, beef patties and a three-foot long hoagie. Weighty ...

A Fitness-Tracking App Contributed to This Trainer’s Disordered Eating – PEOPLE.com


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A Fitness-Tracking App Contributed to This Trainer's Disordered Eating
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Colette Rogan felt tremendous pressure to look as fit as possible. The 28-year-old personal trainer and nutrition coach from Manchester, England, spent hours a day exercising and logged every calorie she consumed using the fitness-tracking app ...

Rethinking Rural Health Solutions To Save Patients And Communities – NPR


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Rethinking Rural Health Solutions To Save Patients And Communities
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Heidi Schultz grew up traveling from one end of South Dakota to the other, tagging along as her sister saw doctors and specialists in the "big cities" to treat her diabetes. Schultz thought she knew rural America well when she took a position as a ...

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Collective Health nabs $110 million in funding – TechCrunch


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Collective Health nabs $110 million in funding
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Enterprise health management startup Collective Health has added another $110 million to the coffers from existing high-profile investors such as Founders Fund and Alphabet's investment arm GV, bringing the total now raised to a cool $230 million. The ...
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Weight Watchers — and Oprah — are winning the diet wars – Feb. 28 … – CNNMoney


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Weight Watchers -- and Oprah -- are winning the diet wars - Feb. 28 ...
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Weight Watchers posted impressive results, sending shares higher and boosting Oprah Winfrey's investment gains in the process. And the news comes as rival Nutrisystem struggles.
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What Fitness Professionals Wish You Knew – Lifehacker


What Fitness Professionals Wish You Knew
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Good, knowledgeable fitness instructors are hard to find. There are a LOT of people out there with little to no training (or who flat-out ignore their training recommendations) teaching fitness classes. A lot of gyms don't even require an audition, or ...

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