health and fitness
Experimenting with a new app reminds me of high school in the early 70s. The banter is the same.
A study of 14,000 middle-aged men found a man's fitness level was more important to his overall health and longevity than how much he weighed. And complaints about airport security screenings by two 80-something women are raising questions about how to screen older adults and people with medical devices without causing embarrassment.
It takes about 5 seconds to figure out that Carole Carson is a force of nature.
Is your job at one of the "third of U.S. companies" to offer financial incentives for losing weight and getting healthy? Check out this story from USA Today that I found highly interesting - mostly because I would definitely be swayed to hit the gym for a little cash incentive!
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