Month: November 2019

Science Photo Library – ROGER HARRIS | Brand X Pictures | Getty Images Cancer patients have a higher risk of dying from heart disease and stroke with 10% of all cancer patients dying from cardiovascular problems, not cancer, according to a new study published in the European Heart Journal. For some cancers, including breast, prostate, endometrial
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Kayla Itsines, founder of the Sweat app and creator of the popular BBG programs, took her experiences building up strength postbaby to create a program specific to beginners. Fittingly, it’s called “BBG Beginner,” and it includes eight low-intensity, low-impact weeks. When Kayla was cleared to start working out less than two months after giving birth
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If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. A balanced diet and healthful lifestyle that includes enough sleep should be sufficient to give most people the energy that they need for their daily activities. However, athletes push their bodies to peak performance, so these
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Around 100,000 people in the UK have MS.  Today multiple sclerosis is relentless, painful and exhausting. But tomorrow we believe we can change that. Your fundraising will help power our new research. Together we can stop MS. We’ve got charity places  Last year our MS Superstars raised over £1,000,000 by getting their running shoes on.
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If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. Choline is a nutrient that supports various bodily functions, including cellular growth and metabolism. The body makes some choline, but the majority comes from dietary sources. In 1998, the Institute of Medicine officially recognized choline as
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Source: Outdoor Voices More than 85% of Americans are expected to make purchases over the Thanksgiving weekend, either online or in their local mall, according to a recent poll. To capture their attention, even the most coveted and popular brands are offering deals. Some are kicking off their promotions early, hoping to lure shoppers who
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Melanie Whelan is resigning from her position as chief executive officer of SoulCycle, effective Tuesday, the company told CNBC Make It. Whelan is also vacating her position as the director on the company’s board. Both sides felt it was time for a leadership transition, according to a person briefed on the decision who asked not to
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