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Should you warm-up before your next triathlon? – New research says maybe not.

Author Adam Meisenhelder Published December 14, 2012 Word count 610 View author’s other articles Having competed in dozens of triathlons over the years, my warm-up is part of the racing ritual, assuring me that I will be loose and fast for the coming race. My personal routine is typical of most racers; light 5-10 minute …

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What is the Difference Between Hospice, Palliative and Respite Care?

Author Campbell Steven Published June 15, 2012 Word count 331 View author’s other articles The three primary services you will find in the United States are as follows: Hospice Care is defined as a type of care and a philosophy that focuses on the alleviating a terminally ill patient’s symptoms. Modern approaches include palliative care …

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How Simple Meditation Techniques Can Help Ease Stress at the workplace

Author Britt Cahn Published January 8, 2015 Word count 505 View author’s other articles There are lots of different factors that can make you feel stressed at work. There are difficult circumstances in the workplace and even in your personal life that can in some cases be simply beyond your control. Finding yourself in this …

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Information about the best ways for you to train when looking to learn to run a half marathon.

Author Cary Finn Published June 10, 2012 Word count 495 View author’s other articles Although training for one half marathon is not as intense as training for any full-distance marathon, it’s still extremely challenging and should be studied seriously. You need to build your own training program according to your abilities and fitness level. In …

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