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Vitamin A Benefits | Vitamin A Can Prevent Skin Cancer

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HausOnThePrairieGetty Images According to a recent study in the journal JAMA Dermatology, eating foods rich in vitamin A can help prevent a type of nonmelanoma skin cancer called squamous cell carcinoma.Participants in the study who consumed the highest amounts of vitamin A from whole foods (as opposed to supplements) had a 15 percent lower risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma.While putting on sunscreen is key when it comes to preventing skin cancer, research shows that what you eat could play a role, too. In the study, published in the journal JAMA Dermatology, researchers used data from the Nurses’ Health Study
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Life Time Gyms Require Masks

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Beginning July 27, gymgoers will be required to wear a mask at all Life Time locations nationwide.Life Time has put together a list of tips for how to get your best workout, and do it safely, in a mask.CDC guidelines recommend “cloth face coverings in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain” to help slow the spread of coronavirus.This is a rapidly developing situation. For the most up-to-date information, check resources like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and and local health official
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Lower Heart Disease Risk | Good Gut Bacteria Can Reduce Heart Disease Risk

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According to new research published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, good gut bacteria can give your heart health a boost. Improving gut health starts with food—fruits, vegetables, whole-grain fiber, yogurt, and kombucha are all good options—but a healthy microbiome also depends on other healthy habits like regular activity, quality sleep, lowered stress levels, less sugar, and moderate alcohol consumption.Good bacteria in your gut has been linked to a number of benefits, including immune health, better sleep, cancer prevention, and weight control. Now, recent research highlights that it’s also a potential boost for your heart health. Published in the Journal
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New York Road Runners | NYRR Lays Off 11 Percent of Its Employees

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New York Road Runners (NYRR), the nation’s largest nonprofit running association, announced on July 21 that it is laying off 11 percent of its workforce and furloughing another 28 percent, as the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on the running industry. The moves affect 91 of the organization’s 229 employees—65 were furloughed and 26 were let go. Since the pandemic began in March, NYRR officials have had to cancel more than 20 races, including the New York City Marathon in November, which was to have been its 50th anniversary. Every year NYRR hosts some of the largest races in the
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Cross-Training Benefits | Cross-Training May Boost Longevity

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Mireya AciertoGetty Images According to new research published in The BMJ, engaging in the recommended amount of aerobic exercise and strength training can reduce your risk of dying from diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory tract diseases, Alzheimer’s disease, and diabetes by 40 percent. The study also found a 29 percent-reduced risk for people who only did aerobic exercise and an 11 percent-reduced risk for those who only did strength training.The current U.S. recommendations for physical activity may seem modest when viewed by those who exercise almost daily. Just 150 minutes of moderate intensity or 75 minutes
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Meagan Marshall: Teen Track & Field Runner

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Hello everyone we had the chance to interview Meagan Marshall. Meagan Marshall is into something pretty cool stuff. For example, she does track and field for her local high school team. She’s actually really good at the sport. Some of her best memories are winning a few awards. She enjoys being on the team and is hungry to win.  Everyone make sure you go check her out on all social media platforms. You can find her on Instagram where she currently has 16.3k followers on Instagram. If you not into Instagram you can definitely check her out on TikTok 220.6k
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Running After Her Goals. Lina The Track And Field Star.

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Hello everyone. We had the chance to interview the amazing Lina. Lina has a interest for Running. She is nineteen years old. She participates in Track and Field at the University of Physical Education. Lina is a very talented runner who has big plans for herself. She is a dual threat because she is balancing her education and sports at the same time, that shows her commitment to craft. She is definitely a good person for teenage girls around her age to look up to as a role model. We hope nothing but the best for her because we know
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Daylee The Dual Sport Athlete (Basketball & Track)

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Hello Everyone. We'd like to intorduce you to Daylee. She is a High School Dual sport Athlete. She currently plays basketball and track. She has commited to Frenso State University for both sports. Everyone make sure you catch a few of her college events and check out her insta. How old are you? I’m 17 So you play basketball what position do you play? Also who do you base your game off of? Really just myself but if I had to choose I base my game off of a couple different people I guess. Shooting wise Steph and Klay I
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