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Global Sports Bra Squad Day with Kelly Roberts Podcast

Hello! Welcome to the Run Eat Repeat podcast… Today I’m talking with Kelly Roberts – creator of ‘Global Sports Bra Squad Day’ which is June 24th! She’s amazing and super open with her journey going from hating running to running marathons to creating a worldwide movement helping people love their bodies. And just a head’s up – Kelly and I are on the same page with most things but have very different opinions on a California institution […]

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The blemishes moving around on her face turned out to be a parasitic worm

First, it appeared as a tiny blemish under the eye. But over the next two weeks, the 32-year-old woman watched it move — snapping photos as it formed bumps above her eye before it made its way down into her lip, forcing her mouth to swell. It was a parasite — and it was living inside her face. The case — […] Related:Robotic surgery is no better than traditional surgery, bladder cancer study findsWhat happened next to the man with autism whose aide […]

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Robotic surgery is no better than traditional surgery, bladder cancer study finds

Robotic-assisted procedures have now become ubiquitous in some kinds of surgeries. What once was seen as a technological marvel is commonplace in many hospitals. But studies in recent years have shown robotic surgery performs no better than traditional surgery — even though it comes at a steeper cost to the overall health-care system. The latest […] Related:The blemishes moving around on her face turned out to be a parasitic wormWhat happened next to the man with autism […]

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What happened next to the man with autism whose aide was shot by police

Arnaldo Rios Soto was filmed on a cellphone video in the summer of 2016 after he walked out of his group home in suburban North Miami and sat in the middle of a quiet intersection holding a silver-colored toy truck that police mistook for a gun. Soto, who has autism and is nonspeaking, was accompanied by […] Related:Groups suing Trump administration over family planning express optimismHow prepared is the world for the next epidemic? This tool shows most […]

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Groups suing Trump administration over family planning express optimism

A federal judge Thursday challenged a Trump administration proposal to overhaul funding for family planning programs after three national reproductive rights groups and the American Civil Liberties Union sued to block the moves. Planned Parenthood and the National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association said new grant rules announced in February amounted to a radical […] Related:What happened next to the man with autism whose aide was shot by policeHow prepared is the world for the next […]

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I Might Always Think of Myself As Fat But…

Confession:  I’ll always think of myself as fat… but that’s okay… [ From @RunEatRepeat on Instagram ] It’s very on-trend right now to post unflattering pictures of yourself… So I’m just posting this so that someone can tell me I’m brave. Ha!! (I’m joking) The reality is I was a chubby kid, overweight teen and struggled with binge eating and diets all through college. I avoided going out. I was self conscious ALL THE TIME. I hated […]

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How prepared is the world for the next epidemic? This tool shows most countries are not.

Public health officials and business leaders like Bill Gates have long warned that the world is not ready for the next pandemic. Now an initiative led by Tom Frieden, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has developed a tool that spotlights gaps in preparedness and actions that countries and organizations can […] Related:Kids in these U.S. hot spots at higher risk because parents opt out of vaccinationsNew shingles vaccine is highly effective, long-lasting […]

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9 Reasons I Need a Massage Membership

This post is written in partnership with Massage Envy, however all opinions are my own. Hello! I’m back from a session at Massage Envy and am sharing my thoughts on why I love massages and some information on their monthly memberships.     I think I started getting massages earlier than most people. When I was in college my boyfriend gave me a gift certificate for a massage for a place he went to regularly. His mom […]

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Last Week of the 21 Day Stretch Challenge

Hello! You made it to the last week of the 21 Day Stretch Challenge! Make this the BEST week of the challenge. Do every stretch. Listen to your body. Do your best. Show up for yourself! (Sign up here if you need the print-able version of the calendar . ) Make time to stretch after every workout. Stretching helps prevent injuries by elongating, increasing your range of motion and strengthening your muscles. It’s also important to know […]

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‘Are you dead, sir?’: Video shows ER doctor mocking patient who said he couldn’t breathe

An emergency room doctor was suspended from a hospital in Northern California after cursing and mocking a patient who said he was having an anxiety attack. Beth Keegstra, a contracted physician at El Camino Hospital in Los Gatos, was seen in a video last week arguing with 20-year-old Samuel Bardwell about whether he was ill or simply trying to get narcotic pain relievers. When the patient told her that he […] Related:Higher vitamin D levels linked to lower colorectal cancer risk, study findsA child in Idaho was treated for plague — the […]

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How to Stay in Running Shape in Between Races Podcast

Today we’re talking about how I almost died on a run, how to stay in shape after your race (when you’re not training) and stretching! But first a lil introduction… I’m Monica – I started a running blog to document training for my first marathon. And it turns out I really love running, eating and talking about it! So I kept running and blogging and it grew into a full time job and now this podcast. [If […]

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Higher vitamin D levels linked to lower colorectal cancer risk, study finds

Higher concentrations of vitamin D circulating in the bloodstream are linked to a lower risk of colorectal cancer, according to a large international study published Thursday. The researchers said the results strengthen the evidence that the vitamin may play a protective role against the disease, which is the third-most common cancer in the United States, […] Related:Kids in these U.S. hot spots at higher risk because parents opt out of vaccinationsFlu killed 172 children this season, the […]

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