Four Tips to Stay on Track With Your Workouts

Article by Blythe Flake

While it’s hard enough to get motivated to start working out, it often tends to be far more difficult when one has kept up with a routine, and then had to stop for a while. Starting over can be very difficult then, and therefore, one must continue to work out come what may.

In order to do this, here are a few tips by which one …

The Best ABS Exercises

Since the objective of every exercise-freak is to sport a pair of six-pack abs soon, one of the areas of focus in their exercise routine is on the muscle group also known as their abdominals (abs, for short).

And while getting best results for the efforts that you put in these days is also a matter of curiosity and one that generates a lot of opinion, here are the best …

Five Benefits of Dumbbell Exercises

If there’s one word to describe the reason why people want to use dumbbells to work out, try ‘body definition’. Of course, while the focus these days of most people is to burn fat, dumbbells ensure that the muscle groups that you focus on in your training sessions are strengthened sooner rather than later.
But are these benefits only related ‘body definition’?

While the answer to this question is a …

The Advantages to Invisalign over Traditional Braces

Traditional braces are used to correct crooked teeth and align them properly. For the health of your gums and jawbones, as well as your smile, it’s a good idea to correct crooked teeth and straighten them out. However, if adults don’t get this done as children then braces can be painful and expensive.

That’s where Invisalign can help. Correcting small gaps or crooked teeth is just the beginning.

Invisalign is …

Congressional Republicans eye 'bump stocks' after Las Vegas massacre

Republican lawmakers on Thursday said they would look into “bump stock” gun accessories after a retiree used rifles equipped with them to rain gunfire onto a Las Vegas concert, killing 58 people in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. The influential National Rifle Association, which has opposed efforts to pass federal gun legislation following past mass shootings, said it would not oppose the move. It said the devices …

Man has new perspective on life after surviving mass shooting in Las Vegas

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Being overweight or obese can cause damaging changes to the heart

A new UK study has found that being overweight or obese can change the structure of the heart, which could lead to heart disease and failure. Carried out by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), the teamed used data from 4,561 people to show the direct damage that can happen to the heart’s weight and size from carrying extra weight. The team used cardiac magnetic resonance imaging to study the …

Trump suggests Senate Intel Committee should investigate U.S. news media

In a tweet Thursday, President Trump urged the Senate Intelligence Committee to investigate “fake news� in the U.S. rather than possible Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

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Trump suggests Senate Intel Committee should investigate U.S. news media

Thai mourners pay last-minute respects to late king

BANGKOK (AP) — Tens of thousands of mourners have been rushing to Bangkok's Grand Palace to pay their respects to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, as a period of nearly a year for his body to lie in state ends ahead of his cremation on Oct. 26.

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Thai mourners pay last-minute respects to late king

Facing legal limbo, 'Dreamers' line up for last chance to renew status

Melissa Garcia was just three years old when she crossed the US border from Mexico in her mother’s arms. “Under DACA I can go out in the street without worrying that I’ll be deported,” said Melissa, who is 23 and works in a shop. The administration of President Donald Trump said on September 5 that it was winding down DACA in six months, and Thursday is the last chance that …

North Korean workers prepare seafood going to US stores

HUNCHUN, China (AP) — Americans buying seafood for dinner may inadvertently have subsidized the North Korean government as it builds its nuclear weapons program, an Associated Press investigation has found. Their purchases may also have supported forced labor.

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North Korean workers prepare seafood going to US stores