My Daughter Nearly Died of Sepsis. Here’s How You Can Stay Safe

March 26, 2019
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We thought it was the flu. On a bleak winter afternoon, my 16-year-old daughter came home early from school, complaining of a fever and sore throat. Less than 48 hours later, I was sitting next to her in an ambulance, careening toward the nearest emergency room. It wasn’t the flu. An underlying urinary tract infection […]

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How to Burpee

March 26, 2019

Burpees seem to be everyone’s favorite exercise to hate. We can’t promise you’ll hate them less after watching this, but let’s at least learn the proper form. The post How to Burpee appeared first on Under Armour.

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Non-Dairy Milk Substitutes ➤ Top 5 Alternatives to Cow’s Milk

March 26, 2019

Are you looking for a milk alternative? ➤ Check out your options with the best non-dairy milks. The post Non-Dairy Milk Substitutes ➤ Top 5 Alternatives to Cow’s Milk appeared first on Runtastic Blog.

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This Man Removed Parts of His Ears—and Now His Extreme Body Modification Is Going Viral

March 22, 2019
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By now you’ve probably heard about the man who went viral for having the inside of both of his ears cut out. If not, here’s the story: Charles Bentley reportedly traveled from Australia to Sweden to have his inner ears surgically removed by a man who calls himself a “body modification practitioner.” The procedure is apparently called “conch removal,” and as soon as Bentley’s post-op photos hit […]

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Should You Do Cardio or Weights First: How to Train for Your Goal

March 22, 2019

Running before weight lifting, or is it the other way around? Find out what is best advice for your goal – do you want to lose weight, build muscle or get fitter? We have the answers. The post Should You Do Cardio or Weights First: How to Train for Your Goal appeared first on Runtastic […]

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Proper Warm up for Your Race: 5k, 10k, Half Marathon, or Marathon

March 21, 2019

Planning to run a 5k, 10k, half marathon, or marathon? Each race needs a specific pre-race warm up. Get expert tips on how to warm up correctly for your next race! The post Proper Warm up for Your Race: 5k, 10k, Half Marathon, or Marathon appeared first on Runtastic Blog.

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Smoking Marijuana Daily Increases Your Risk of Psychosis, New Study Says

March 20, 2019
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As more states legalize marijuana, people are starting to believe it’s A-OK to smoke pot on the reg. And it’s easy to understand why. If it’s legal, it can’t be that bad for you, right? Actually, not necessarily. New research shows daily marijuana users, especially those who use high-potency weed, may be three times more […]

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Amy Purdy Shows Off Her ‘Real Legs’ After ‘Challenging’ Three Weeks in Hospital Amid Health Scare

March 20, 2019
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Paralympian Amy Purdy is speaking out amid her health crisis. The 39-year-old snowboarding champion, who experienced bacterial meningitis and lost her legs below the knees when she was 19 years old, was diagnosed in February with a blood clot. The diagnosis left her stuck between keeping her transplanted kidney or the remainder of one of her […]

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Feedback: Why It’s More Than Just Another Buzzword

March 20, 2019

Giving and receiving feedback sounds easier than it is. Here’s why employers need to foster a constructive feedback culture to ensure future success and how employees benefit from it. The post Feedback: Why It’s More Than Just Another Buzzword appeared first on Runtastic Blog.

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MessageBus – How We Improved Managing Our Dead Letter Queue

March 19, 2019

How implementing another consumer and storing messages in a database improved our automated dead letter handling. The post MessageBus – How We Improved Managing Our Dead Letter Queue appeared first on Runtastic Blog.

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