How to create a training plan to help you reach your fitness goals
Runners compete during the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon in Queens on Nov. 6 in New York City.
Feb 24 2:24PM NBC News

5 Tips for Keeping Your Family Stress-Free During the Busy Season of Life!
We have a large family that always seems to have a million things happening at once. Our family consists of 3 kids juggling academics, friends, sports, and extracurricular activities.
Feb 24 2:53AM The Mommyhood Life

Tips and Tricks for Cold Weather Photography
Winter is coming. Scratch that winter is here.
Feb 24 1:21AM Fstoppers

How a Pennsylvania Insurer Aims to Use Big Data Against Opioids
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Feb 24 1:11AM Healthcare Analytic News

Not enough sleep can hurt your health
By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS Some preliminary research shows that older women who don't get enough sleep are more likely to have poor cardiovascular health. Since sleep disturbances typically increase for women as they age, researchers studied what impact that has on their health.
Feb 24 12:58AM News on Heart.org

Yotes Notes: Freddie Hamilton waiting patiently for opportunity
Arizona Coyotes Stories SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. The Coyotes claimed Freddie Hamilton off waivers from the Calgary Flames on Jan.
Feb 24 12:20AM Arizona Sports

Patients Eagerly Awaited a Generic Drug. Then They Saw the Price.
Teva Pharmaceuticals announced it would sell a lower-cost alternative to Syprine, an old drug that costs more than $21,000. But the new generic version costs nearly as much.
Feb 24 12:00AM NYTimes

Wealth Matters: For Executives, Addiction Recovery in the Lap of Luxury
As the opioid crisis tightens its grip, an industry has sprung up to offer recovery programs for wealthy executives who seek treatment in a discreet environment.
Feb 23 11:46PM NYTimes

I Tried Kundalini Yoga, and It Totally Pushed Me Outside My Comfort Zone
Think about yoga, and you probably feel an instant sense of zen. There's all that deep breathing.
Feb 23 9:40PM POPSUGAR Fitness

At the Intersection of Teachers, Stress and Guns
Gun control, mental health, violence prevention, and the Second Amendment surged to the front lines of passionate national debate this month about what can or should happen in response to the Florida school massacre that left 17 dead. Thursday brought the news that both President Trump and Wayne LaPierre, the National Rifle Association's chief executive, support arming teachers as a potential way to prevent school shootings.
Feb 23 9:24PM UVA Today

Canada's health-care system is a point of national pride. But a study shows it's at risk of becoming outdated.
TORONTO When the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation asked Canadians to pick the greatest-ever Canadian in 2004, they did not select hockey star Wayne Gretzky or Nobel laureate Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin. They chose Tommy Douglas, who almost lost a leg to a bone infection as a boy because his parents couldn't afford his medical treatment.
Feb 23 8:19PM Washington Post

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Feb 23 7:50PM cdc.gov

Trump Blames Video Games for Mass Killings. Researchers Do Not.
I'm hearing more and more people say the level of violence on video games is really shaping young people's thoughts, the president said on Thursday.
Feb 23 6:42PM NYTimes

Could This Be the Democrats' 2020 Health Care Plan?
At this point, it's fairly clear that any Democrat who wants to run for president in 2020 with support from the party's progressive base will have to campaign on some sort of plan that they can plausibly call Medicare-for-All. What, exactly, counts as Medicare-for-all? That's still a bit unsettled.
Feb 23 6:41PM Slate Magazine

Inside the fight over the sugar conspiracy
In a paper published in JAMA Internal Medicine in 2016, researchers suggested that in the 1960s, the sugar industry paid scientists to obscure the relationship between sugar and heart disease, derailing the course of nutrition science and policy for years to come. Now, two researchers at Columbia University say that those claims are not backed by the historical evidence, and by promoting the idea of a sugar conspiracy, they hinder our understanding of how science is actually done.
Feb 23 4:04PM The Verge

Breathing love into communities
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Mindfulness ProgramsHolistic Life Foundation - Baltimore-based organization committed to nurturing wellness in underserved communities through yoga and mindfulness practices.
Feb 23 2:20PM YouTube

Waze Isn't Actually Better Than Google Maps, And Other Facts
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Waze isn't the king, we might be able to save American manufacturing if we really try, and we should just go back to Michael Pollan's maxim "Eat food.
Feb 23 2:12PM digg.com

Low-carb vs low-fat? Both led to ~12lb loss after a year, regardless of genes
In a 609-person, year-long study, dieters lost an average of about 12 poundsregardless of whether they were trying to stick to a low-fat or a low-carb diet and regardless of whether they carried genetic variations linked to success on one of those diets. The lackluster finding, published by Stanford researchers this week in JAMA, knocks back hopes that we're at the point of harnessing genetic information to tighten our waistlines.
Feb 23 12:55PM Ars Technica

Ask Well: Can Being Cold Make You Sick?
A reader asks: Can you get sick just from sitting in an overly air-conditioned room or going out without a jacket? Or do you need to actually catch a virus?
Feb 23 11:00AM NYTimes

Husqvarna delivers with entry level Svartpilen and Vitpilen
Husqvarna has finally come to market with its Vitpilen 401 and Svartpilen 401 motorcycles. The two midsize, entry-level bikes are aggressively designed and highly styled, and they present quite different riding experiences either of which could deliver pleasure and value for a certain kind of rider.
Feb 23 12:28AM latimes.com

How this designer helped Husqvarna return to street bikes with style
Over three hundred years ago, the King of Sweden ordered a rifle factory be founded on Lake Vttern in Sweden. This week, next door to the Scores adult entertainment club on the west side of Manhattan, a set of new motorcycles was unveiled.
Feb 23 12:19AM The Verge

McCaskill, O'Dear favor assault weapons bans, Hawley doesn't
ST. LOUIS (AP) Incumbent Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill and one of her opponents in the November election support assault weapons bans to stifle the sort of violence that killed 17 people at a Florida high school, while the likely Republican challenger says efforts should focus on keeping assault rifles and other guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill.
Feb 22 9:04PM AP

Rwanda: Cycling
Rwanda has for the first time been ranked the second best cycling nation on the continent by the International Cycling Union (UCI) behind powerhouse Eritrea, according to the latest ranking released by the world cycling governing body. The development follows Team Rwanda's impressive performance at the just-concluded 13th edition of African Continental Road Championship staged in Kigali.
Feb 22 7:37AM allAfrica.com

Missouri Legislature moves forward on drug take-back program
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) Amid a nationwide opioid crisis, Missouri lawmakers advanced proposals Wednesday to make it easier for people to get rid of unused prescriptions.
Feb 22 12:47AM AP

Concussion Risk Factors: Delaying the Road to Recovery
Learn about some pre-existing conditions that can increase the chances of sustaining a concussion or having a longer recovery. . The post Concussion Risk Factors: Delaying the Road to Recovery appeared first on ReThink Concussions.
Feb 21 5:23PM Rethink Concussions

Data detectives shift suspicions in Alzheimer's from usual suspect to inside villain
Science News from research organizations Date: Source: Georgia Institute of Technology Summary: The pursuit of the usual suspect in Alzheimer's research may be distracting from a more direct culprit in the disease, according to a study that analyzed data from 51 published experiments. P-tau looked a good bit more culpable than amyloid-beta plaque.
Feb 21 10:54AM ScienceDaily

Data detectives shift suspicions in Alzheimer's to inside villain
The mass pursuit of a conspicuous suspect in Alzheimer's disease may have encumbered research success for decades. Now, a new data analysis that has untangled evidence amassed in years of Alzheimer's studies encourages researchers to refocus their investigations.
Feb 20 12:17PM medicalxpress.com

Josh | Maryville, Illinois
Josh was jumping on the trampoline with his kids, but when his feet landed on one jump, he didn't feel right. The post Josh | Maryville, Illinois appeared first on ReThink Concussions.
Feb 6 8:43PM Rethink Concussions