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For some people, running can easily get boring. And even veteran harriers get tired of running the same route a few times a week. But how about running the same path over and over again for one year? Runner Jeff Dougherty...
With public infrastructure funding in the U.S. nearly tapped out, a new study says smart city projects could tap into billions in private funds, according to a report by Siemens Financial Services into funding for smart cities. The report found that...
Want to burn more calories? No need to get stuck on one particular exercise or train for twice as long—just don’t sit down. Simply keeping your body moving during a workout, especially between sets, raises your metabolism and promotes fat...
Here’s a word you probably haven’t thought about since high school health class: gonorrhea. We’re not bringing it up to test your spelling prowess. No, we've got some news that might scare the pants off (and hopefully a condom on)...
Whether you grew up with Cheech & Chong, Half Baked, or Pineapple Express, you know that the heroes of any good stoner comedy are usually a little bit, ahem, huskier than your standard square-jawed, impossibly ripped, Dwayne Johnson-style action...
At some point, you’ve probably seen some dude come into the gym—he probably had a beard—load up a barbell with so many 45-lb. plates that the steel was literally bending, and send shock-waves of awesomeness across the floor with...
Testosterone is the crux of what makes men men; it's the "male hormone" that literally puts hair on your chest. Levels peak when you’re about 20, and slowly decrease as you age, about 1 percent each year when you...
You’ve worked hard in the gym, you’ve been eating right, and you’ve been killing it in practice all week—now it’s time to get into the game. But just because you've been fueling up correctly and training at your best doesn't...
The classic barbell squat is quite possibly the greatest all-around exercise; it targets your quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes, as well as the rest of your body. And to reap the muscle-building benefits of the beloved move, you don't need...
Deep-fried buffalo wings are a tailgate staple. But at about 100 calories each (not counting blue cheese dressing, which can run 600 calories for little more than a third of a cup!), just a few wings—and who eats just a...
After years of vilifying it, we've finally welcomed dietary fat back into our lives with open arms. Why? We now know that good fats can lower bad cholesterol, tamp down inflammation, and reduce risk of death by 27 percent, according...
October is an excellent time to travel, when the sea is still warm in the Mediterranean, spring in the southern hemisphere brings blossoming flowers and one of the greatest wildlife spectacles takes place in Africa. Whether you're wondering where...
For those looking to get away, the last thing they want is go to a place packed with people and fast-paced activity. Even a beach holiday can become a nightmare when you find yourself surrounded on all sides with...
Microsoft says it is going to “solve” cancer in the next 10 years. They are seeing the disease like a computer virus, that invades and corrupts the body’s cells.

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