Warm Farewell for the Win: How We Create a Positive Offboarding Experience at Runtastic

October 16, 2019

Here’s why we think everyone benefits from a positive offboarding experience at Runtastic and how we approach this topic.

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Run Wild with adidas Running and Uuliin the Snow Leopard

October 16, 2019

Are you passionate about animal protection? Go for a run with Uuliin the snow leopard and the adidas Running app to protect endangered animals!

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Why Would Someone Poop in a Public Bathroom and NOT Flush? We’ve Got Answers

October 11, 2019
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Introducing Health’s new column, Why Would Someone Do That? Here, psych experts decipher the reasons behind the most puzzling human behavior mysteries. It’s your worst office nightmare: You’ve stumbled through the first few hours of work thanks to three cups from the Keurig, checked to make sure that no one’s stolen your lunch, and finally wandered into the […]

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Mark Ronson Comes Out as Sapiosexual—Here’s What That Means

September 20, 2019
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Uptown Funk musician Mark Ronson has come out as sapiosexual. The 44-year-old DJ and singer revealed his sexual orientation on Thursday during an interview with ITV’s Good Morning Britain.  “I feel like I identify as sapiosexual,” he said during the interview, which was greeted by supported from anchors Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway, who congratulated him on […]

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Flight Attendant’s Sweet Note to Deaf Teen Flying Alone for the First Time Goes Viral

September 20, 2019
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One flight attendant’s small act of kindness is touching the hearts of thousands. When deaf Maryland teen Ashley Ober flew by herself for the first time this summer, she was a little nervous about navigating a large, international airport alone — she had a connection at New York’s JFK airport on her route from Baltimore, […]

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Why Do People Lie? We Asked an Expert

September 19, 2019
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I’d be lying if I said I hadn’t told some fibs in my life. “I wish I could go, but I’m busy” is code for “I would rather be home on my couch.” And “Sorry, I forgot to reply” is really me saying “Sorry, I was avoiding you.” (Part of me is hoping that admitting this doesn’t totally undermine my credibility, but […]

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More Celebrities Are Using Energy Healing—But Does It Work?

September 19, 2019
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In the past few years, the field of energy healing has pretty much exploded—but there’s a ton of confusion around it, too. What is it, exactly? Are there credible studies on it? And isn’t it just a little bit…woo-woo? Let’s start with the definition: Energy medicine (or biofield therapies) is the act of channeling and […]

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Teens Are Gluing Their Lips for an Internet Challenge—Here’s Why That’s a Bad Idea

September 13, 2019
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From the shell-on challenge to the condom snorting challenge, teens have never failed to find a way to make everyone else shake their heads and wonder why they put themselves at risk by following dangerous viral trends. But this latest challenge, on the social app TikTok, is a clear reflection of just how damaging social media’s herd mentality influence can […]

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5 Women Prove That Every Body Is Sexy in Empowering Photo Series

September 13, 2019
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All women should feel sexy no matter their shape or size, and that’s what influencer Meg Boggs is out to prove. The 31-year-old mom and blogger joined forces with other influencers to create a campaign that encourages women to feel sexy in their own skin.  “Sexy looks and feels different on everyone, but we all have […]

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Teenager Keeps Thinking It’s June 11th After Memory Resets Every 2 Hours Due to Head Injury

September 12, 2019
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An Illinois teenager is constantly reminded of one of the worst days of her life after a traumatic head injury causes her memory to “reset” every two hours. Every morning for the past three months, Riley Horner wakes up believing it’s June 11 — the day she suffered a hit to the head. She has […]

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