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Cycling to Work Can Extend Your Lifespan

It could add twenty minutes to your commute, but it could also add years to your life. Why you should consider cycling to work a few times a week.

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Against Recommendations, Supplements Are Popular Among Teens

Despite the lack of research into side effects of using creatine, a popular sports supplement, teenagers are flocking towards this miracle “muscle builder”. But doctors say creatine does not actually build muscle, and they don’t recommend its use for anyone under 18 years old.

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Stars and Athletes Who Swear by CrossFit

CrossFit is becoming a world-wide sensation, and both Hollywood stars and elite athletes are shouting its attributes from the top of their pull up bars. Find out if you’re a fan of a celebrity CrossFit fan.

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Record Number of Measles Cases Reported

The CDC declared measles "eliminated" from the U.S. back in 2000, but it's been showing up again in record numbers this year. Due to the high numbers of measles cases this year, doctors are changing the vaccination recommendations for young children.

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Getting Sunburn as a Teen Could Increase Cancer Risk by 80%

That bad sunburn you endured as a teen could come back to haunt you. New research shows that teens who got blistering sunburn five times or more by age 20 are 80% more likely to develop melanoma. Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, killing 9,000 people each year.

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