Amir’s new amor

March 20, 2017 by  
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Amir’s new amor
Carlos Agassi has a new love. No, not a girl, as he admits he has no girlfriend at the moment, but is “lonely, so I hope she comes soon.” He is spending time for himself working out in his own gym, sometimes training with his friends, and just taking each day as it comes.
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Cancer rates rise 20% among middle aged: Obesity and heavy drinking blamed
The number in their forties and fifties diagnosed with the illness has risen by a fifth in the last 30 years.
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House approves spending cuts but veto looms

March 20, 2017 by  
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House approves spending cuts but veto looms
efying a veto threat, the Republican-controlled House passed legislation Tuesday night to slice federal spending by trillion and require a constitutional balanced budget amendment to be sent to the states in exchange for averting a threatened government default.
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How to Get in Shape using the Chris Evans Workout
In case you are like a lot of people, you would like to have the ability to get pleasure from what you see each and every early morning. This can be essential for a few diverse causes.
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Carlisle road project completion delayed

March 18, 2017 by  
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Carlisle road project completion delayed
Carlisle Borough Council approved a change order yesterday that will allow a delay of the completion of the downtown street project to Aug. 12 from the original deadline of June 28. Unfinished work on the project referred to as the road diet includes finishing handicap access ramps for curbs and installing walk signals at crosswalks.
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Martin Lewis: Murdoch Most Foul
The revelations of the last two weeks are no surprise to those who have followed the adventures of the scruples-free Rupert Murdoch. His is the law of the jungle. The only rule is that Rupert wins.
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Bourne Blog: Using the offseason to build for next season
As we’re slowly drifting away from end of the 2010-11 season and heading closer to the start of the 2011-12 campaign, hockey players are in the gym five-to-six days a week, molding their bodies to improve upon their weaknesses, hoping to find that extra half-step or full pound that can be the difference between on-ice success and failure. There is a multitude of ways to train. These days, many …
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McCormick sees its new life in selling spice to the world

March 17, 2017 by  
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McCormick sees its new life in selling spice to the world
Long known for spicing up American food, McCormick & Co. is taking its food flavorings abroad, with plans to peddle masala powder in the open-air markets of India and borscht seasoning in the stores of Eastern Europe.
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Pudgy puppies and chunky cats 0
Fido is not just overly-fluffy after months of inactivity  he’s fat!
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My Paleo Diet Experiment: The Importance of Menu Planning
“Since I’m trying to change some of my eating habits, I need to change how I do my shopping.”
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Hail a toxic taxi! Turn the parks into grow-ops! A wealthier Toronto, the Ford way
Bold revenue-generating programs from members of council who think the KPMG audit didn’t go far enough
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How to handle insulin reactions

July 16, 2011 by  
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How to handle insulin reactions
DEAR DR. DONOHUE: My husband has had diabetes for five years. He took it seriously, lost weight and followed his diet. He was on oral medicines, and his diabetes was well controlled, according to his doctor. However, something happened in the past four months. His sugars have been quite high, and his doctor put him on insulin.
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Can the Dukan Diet Do It?
TUESDAY, April 5 (HealthDay News) — No doubt timed to coincide with the collective angst about the upcoming swimsuit season, a best-selling book detailing a trendy new diet made famous by the French is due out in the United States later this month.
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Bourne Blog: Using the offseason to build for next season
As we’re slowly drifting away from end of the 2010-11 season and heading closer to the start of the 2011-12 campaign, hockey players are in the gym five-to-six days a week, molding their bodies to improve upon their weaknesses, hoping to find that extra half-step or full pound that can be the difference between on-ice success and failure. There is a multitude of ways to train. These days, many …
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Are Happy Meals doomed? 19 restaurant chains pledge healthier kids’ meals

July 15, 2011 by  
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Are Happy Meals doomed? 19 restaurant chains pledge healthier kids’ meals
When walking into a restaurant, which governs your food choices: taste or nutrition? How about your kids’ choices?
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What was ranked the best overall diet?
The number one eating plan that lowers blood pressure, bad cholesterol, and helps with weight loss
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6 Diet Myths That Make You Fat
Ask 10 people for weight-loss advice, and you’ll get 10 different answers: Work out constantly. Set a large goal. Resign yourself to winter weight gain. “Most of us have been following certain rules for how to shed pounds our entire lives,” says Nancy Snyderman, M.D., chief medical editor of NBC News and author of the book Diet Myths That Keep Us Fat. “But much of what we have been told about …
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July 14, 2011 by  
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Eric Limatog evicted from ‘Biggest Loser’ camp
MANILA, Philippines – Eric Limatog was the newest evictee from “The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition.”
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Low-Carb Diets Heavy on Meat May Raise Health Risks
MONDAY, Sept. 6 (HealthDay News) — A low-carbohydrate diet that derives fats and proteins from vegetable sources rather than meats is probably healthier, new research finds.
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Diet, exercise may lower women’s risk of cardiac death
Most people who suffer a sudden cardiac death never know they are at risk. That’s especially true of women. A study led by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health suggests that a healthy lifestyle could help women avoid sudden cardiac death, even if they are never diagnosed with the associated coronary heart disease.
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Swimmers sink their teeth into concerns about Chinese meat

July 13, 2011 by  
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Swimmers sink their teeth into concerns about Chinese meat
ROME — With more than 2,000 swimmers, divers and water polo players converging on Shanghai this week for the world championships, teams are taking precautions against the threat of contaminated Chinese meat. Australia is shipping in all its meat from home and avoiding all pork products. Other teams plan to …
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Kate Middleton, Pauline Quirke, Cheryl Cole: The truth behind celebrity diets
EMMERDALE fans had a shock when they saw slimline Pauline Quirke in yesterday’s Mirror.
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Father sheds 12 stone after daughter’s pal shames him into diet

July 12, 2011 by  
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Father sheds 12 stone after daughter’s pal shames him into diet
Neil Richardson, 30, pictured, from Barnsley, Yorkshire, was known to all as ‘Fat Neil’ before he shed 12st 10lb to be named today as Slimming World’s Man of the Year 2011.
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lose weight fast quick with healthy diet Plans
How to lose weight fast quick with healthy diet plans – A healthy eating plan is a comprehensive program for improving your health by improving the quality of the foods you eat.
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More Denominations Allow Gay Preachers
*The Associated Press reported that homosexual rights advocates in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) plan to celebrate as changes to their church constitution take effect. Gone will be the requirement that clergy live “in fidelity within the covenant of marriage between a man and a woman, or chastity in singleness.” Elimination of that language clears the […]
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July 11, 2011 by  
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Carrie Fisher shocked by Zeta-Jones diagnosis
Carrie Fisher is surprised it took so long for Catherine Zeta-Jones to be diagnosed with bipolar II disorder. Catherine revealed that she was receiving treatment in April after struggling to deal with the stress surrounding her husband’s battle with throat cancer.
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Your health care plan – in a box at Sam’s Club
In a feat of merchandising, a company with support staff in Jacksonville has put a preventive health care plan in boxes for sale in 537 Sam’s Club stores nationwide.
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Caracal recovering after surgery in Al Ain zoo
AL AIN — A male Arabian caracal at the Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort (AWPR), is on its path to recovery after a team of four veterinarians operated on the animal following concerns over its sudden weight loss.
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