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At this year’s North American International Auto Show, we saw gorgeous concept and production cars from companies around the world, but there was only one concept that was an almost-universal hit. Damn-near everyone who saw it said that they wanted to take it home. That car was Volkswagen’s nostalgia-infused I.D. Buzz electric van. With its
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Dieters appear to do better if they have either a “coach” or intensive weight-loss counseling, two different studies suggest. Even if that coach helps out by phone, with no face-to-face contact, it can translate to more weight loss, the experts found. Either approach results in more weight loss than going solo. The studies will be presented this
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New year, same old resolutions. If 2014 marks the start of another year of attempted weight loss for you, set yourself up for success, and learn how to set the right kind of weight-loss goals. After all, one reason why so many dieters abandon their resolutions so quickly is because they often have unreasonable expectations
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Exercise seems easy enough. Throw on some running shoes or hop on a bike and off you go. However, to get the most out of a workout there’s one more thing you need to know: your target heart rate. Target Heart Rate: Setting Your Pace While it may be tempting to take an easy stroll around
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MONDAY, August 5, 2013 (MedPage Today) — Preschoolers who consumed sugary drinks were more likely to gain excess weight and run the risk of being obese compared with non-drinkers, researchers found. Among 4- and 5-year-olds, a higher rate of sugar-sweetened beverage consumption was associated with higher body mass index while a higher odds ratio for obesity was seen
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Subtle symptoms It’s true: Women are different from men, not least of all when it comes to heart attack symptoms. Once considered almost strictly a man’s problem, we now know that anyone can have a heart attack. Rosie O’Donnell had a heart attack in 2012, and like most women, she didn’t experience the classic, chest-clutching “Hollywood Heart Attack.”
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What you need to know Every flu season (which starts in October and peaks in January and February in the U.S.), as many as 20% of Americans get sick with a virus that can cause serious, even lethal complications (not to mention the general awfulness of a fever, chills, congestion, and body aches). So how come there are still
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Bhutan is a small kingdom wedged between two mighty countries, India and China, in the shadows of the Himalayas. It is a country steeped in Mahayana Buddhism, myths and legends under the sovereign rule of the Wangchuck Dynasty. The magnificent landscape is picture perfect with majestic mountains sweeping down to lush valleys carved by cascading
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We all have things to complain about in our office. It’s too warm during the winter, too cold during the summer, too crowded, too loud, too quiet, too stuffy, too bright, not bright enough. And usually, these issues start and end at just that, complaints. There’s no good fix to please everyone, so you learn
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Here comes 2015. You know this is going to be your year. As such, you may also know that you’re going to leave your current job for an incredible new one. So, let’s get you prepared to make that transition graceful and smooth, shall we? Here are six important things to do before you quit: 1. Make
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