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  • 15 Running Tips You Need to Know

    15 Running Tips You Need to Know

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    Hang around serious runners enough and you'll pick up a few tidbits—how to pace yourself, which routes have the cleanest bathrooms, what to wear when the weather is changing more rapidly than a Twitter feed. We asked coaches, trainers, nutritionists and veteran runners to share…

  • 13 Healthy Kale Recipes

    13 Healthy Kale Recipes

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    Kale is one of the healthiest veggies you can put on your plate. One serving, which contains just 30 calories, provides a day's worth of vitamin C, twice the recommended daily intake of vitamin A, and nearly seven times the recommended amount of vitamin K.…

  • Apple Watch sales steady and growing, tech researcher IDC says

    Apple Watch sales steady and growing, tech researcher IDC says

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    Demand for the Apple Watch is steady and growing, according to tech market researcher IDC. The analyst firm’s input follows recent data from Slice Intelligence that showed a sharp dip in June sales for the Watch.Slice Intelligence’s data, released last week, is not an…

  • 10 Essential Kettlebell Exercises

    10 Essential Kettlebell Exercises

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    Typically kept tucked away under a rack of dumbbells or bumper plates, the kettlebell is one of your gym's most underrated pieces of equipment. This no-frills hunk of cast iron is simplistic in design — it looks like a bowling ball with a handle —…

  • The Only 3 Moves You Need for a Stronger Core

    The Only 3 Moves You Need for a Stronger Core

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    I always tell my pro athlete clients that the easiest way to boost their performance is to focus on the core. Strengthen the dozens of muscles there, and nearly anything you do — whether it's sprinting, hitting a ball, lifting weights — will be done…

  • Blacks may be less likely to get chemo for advanced colon cancer

    Blacks may be less likely to get chemo for advanced colon cancer

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    Black patients with advanced colon cancer are less likely to receive chemotherapy after surgery to excise tumors than white patients, a U.S. study suggests.The treatment disparity seen in recent years may be tied to the economic downturn following the 2008 financial crisis, said lead…

  • Human screams jolt brain's fear-response center

    Human screams jolt brain's fear-response center

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    If you feel like a human scream jolts the deep recesses of your brain, there's a good reason for it. That is precisely what is happening, scientists say.Researchers who explored how the brain handles a scream said on Thursday the loud, high-pitched sound targets…

  • 12 germs that cause food poisoning

    12 germs that cause food poisoning

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    In most cases of food poisoning, a microbe in something you ate (or a pathogen that goes from your hand to your mouth) irritates your stomach and intestines—and the consequences aren't pretty, with symptoms that range from a mildly upset tummy to vomiting and bloody…

  • New inhaled Ebola vaccine works in monkeys

    New inhaled Ebola vaccine works in monkeys

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    A new Ebola vaccine that is designed to be inhaled works to protect monkeys from the virus's deadly effects, according to new research. The vaccine is now entering safety trials in a small number of people, researchers say.Although this Ebola vaccine still has to…

  • Researchers identify potential contributor to age-related hearing loss

    Researchers identify potential contributor to age-related hearing loss

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    Researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have found that an increased number of connections between certain sensory cells and nerve cells in the inner ear may contribute to age-related hearing loss.In a study published in The Journal of Neuroscience, researchers noted their…

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