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Physical therapist: How to spring back into exercise
As sunny days are here again and the snow promises to clear, you may be itching to resume your favorite outdoor activities whether going for a run or playing a round of golf or a few sets of tennis. If you’ve been fairly inactive over the winter, you need
What Is Betatrophin and How Does It Make You Fat?
If you have ever tried to lose weight and been completely stuck despite your best efforts, you may have been blocked by betatrophin - whether you knew what that is or not.You know about exercise, you know about eating well but if you really want to achieve and maintain your ideal size, you need
My Family Stopped Eating Sugar for a Year and This is What Happened
Eve O. Schaub's family stopped eating sugar and were amazed by the results.
Israeli Aid Gives an Unexpected ‘Glimmer of Hope’ for Syrians
Menahem Kahana / Agence France-Presse — Getty Images By ISABEL KERSHNER July 20, 2017 GOLAN HEIGHTS — Quietly, over the last year, hundreds of sick Syrian children and their chaperones have been whisked across enemy lines at dawn for treatment at clinics in Israel , slipping back home after dark Truckloads of supplies have passed into Syrian villages through a gate in the sturdy security fence that Israel has constructed since Syria erupted into civil war, including stacks of flour, generators, half a million liters of fuel, construction materials, tons of shoes, baby formula, antibiotics and even a few vehicles and mules This week, the Israeli military revealed the scope of the humanitarian aid project, which…