Month: January 2022

Peloton just announced a new accessory, the Heart Rate Band ($90), which is compatible with the original Peloton Bike, Bike+, the Tread, the off-market Tread+, the Peloton Guide (coming in 2022), and the Peloton app. By wearing the arm band, you’ll be able to monitor your athletic performance, and get credit for your effort, which
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Ex-pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli arrives at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York in June, 2017. Getty Images Companies founded by notorious “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli have agreed to pay up to $28 million to settle a class-action lawsuit related to claims they illegally thwarted competition to the prescription medication Daraprim
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Brie Larson has long been one of our fitness inspirations for the way she constantly and creatively challenges her body. The “Captain Marvel” star’s push-up variations, pull-up holds, and superhero ab workouts are not for the faint of heart. But even when she pushes her body to the extreme, Larson keeps her priorities straight: she’s
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Former U.K. prime minister and current U.N. special envoy for global education, Gordon Brown, told CNBC that the world must come together to find the $4.4 billion needed to address the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. “I’m asking Britain and Europe, and there are many other people involved in this, to call a humanitarian pledging conference,
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[Sponsored by ThirdLove] Get ready to embrace your inner strength with this powerful dance cardio routine, perfect for any level. Join professional dancer Meagan Kong as she takes you through empowering moves like body rolls, hair flips, kicks, and booty pops. Meagan will go through each move at half speed, then turn up the heat
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Prosecutors said that officers obtained a ledger documenting profits in excess of $1.5 million from the alleged illegal activity. Office of the District Attorney County of Suffolk Two nurses on New York’s Long Island are being charged with forging Covid-19 vaccination cards and entering the fake jabs in the state’s database, a scam that allegedly
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When Nia Dennis graduated from UCLA last spring, she knew she still had some gymnastics opportunities ahead of her, namely the Gold Over America Tour with a rockstar roster of world-class gymnasts, many of whom she grew up competing against. There was also an electric, flip-filled appearance on the 2021 Met Gala steps (no big
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Dr. Pierre Coulon, PhD examines microscope images of vaccinated mice in Irvine on Wednesday, February 3, 2021. Leonard Ortiz | MediaNews Group | Orange County Register via Getty Images There are already dozens of cases across almost half of the U.S. of a new Covid subvariant that’s even more contagious than the already highly transmissible
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If you’re familiar with the debilitating pain of plantar fasciitis, which is often caused by running, a new treatment is on the horizon: body-fat injections. According to findings from a small study (with only 14 participants), published Tuesday in the journal “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,” researchers found that injecting fat into the sole of the
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People have drinks at a bar along the Rembrandtplein as cafes and restaurants reopened following the relaxation of the Covid-19 measures, in Amsterdam on January 26, 2022. The Netherlands lifted some of Europe’s toughest Covid restrictions with bars, restaurants and museums allowed to reopen their doors, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on January 25, 2022.
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Image Source: Getty / Alex Goodlett / Stringer; Getty / Sean M. Haffey; Getty / Atsushi Tomura – International Skating Union / Contributor The 2022 Winter Olympics will be here before you know it, which means it’s time to get to know some of the incredible women athletes heading to Beijing. The US has a
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Viktor Orban, Hungary’s prime minister, delivers a speech at the Fidesz party headquarters in Budapest, Hungary, on April 8, 2018. Akos Stiller | Bloomberg via Getty Images Risk of death from Covid-19 is significantly higher in countries ruled by populist governments, a new study has found. Published Thursday in the Journal of Political Institutions and
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