"Love Your Muscles" In Support of Augie's Quest
Fri, February 10, 2012 at 8:53
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Crunch Fitness is once again calling on the fitness community to "Love their Muscles" in support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association's efforts to help find a cure for ALS, a debilitating muscular disease. In the month of February, Crunch's "Love Your Muscles" campaign, powered by a dedicated website at www.loveyourmuscles.com, will provide various avenues for Crunch members and non-members to participate, donate and support MDA's Augie's Quest fundraising initiatives.

“LOVE YOUR MUSCLES” AT CRUNCH FITNESS IN SUPPORT OF MDA’S AUGIE’S QUEST (PR Newswire)

Should You Regulate Your Sugar?

In a provocative commentary coming out in Thursday’s edition of the journal Nature, Dr. Robert Lustig and two colleagues from UC San Francisco argue that the added sugars in processed foods and drinks are responsible for so many cases of chronic disease and premature deaths that their use ought to be regulated, just like alcohol and tobacco.

What Your Doctor Tells You About Exercise

Only one in three people in the USA say their doctor advised them to start exercising or continue doing so during an office visit over the course of a year, a new government study shows.

 

 

 


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