Monthly Archives: April 2013

Man Walks With Lifelong Companion in Diabetes Awareness Walk

Done annually for the purpose of raising awareness for diabetes; Erik Bendle and his 6 ½- year-old dog Nice walked a 6,000 mile journey to endorse consciousness for the condition that many suffer with. After the death of his mom … Continue reading

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Health Clubs Frown Upon Running Barefoot for Health and Safety Reasons

Dr. Alan Adler, a 59 year old Detroit dentist, prefers running without shoes on the treadmill and has been caught numerous times in gyms running barefoot. According to Editor Anjali Athavaley, many health clubs do not allow members to go … Continue reading

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David Ortiz Won’t Risk Comeback until Achilles tendon is Healed

“Big Papi,” David Ortiz recently stated in Fort Myers that he knows how valuable he is to the Red Sox offense, but he wouldn’t risk further injury by coming back too soon. Ortiz tried to do just that last season … Continue reading

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Evolutionary Ancestors to Blame for Flat-Feet

We have evolution and nothing else to blame for our flat feet, bad backs, difficult birthing and useless wisdom teeth, according to The Irish Times writer Dick Ahlstrom. Researchers of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), indicate … Continue reading

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