Archives for July2019

Alise Willoughby wins second BMX world title

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Alise Willoughby earned her second BMX world title in three years, boosting her hopes to improve on her Rio Olympic silver medal in Tokyo next year.

“Coming into this I was down in the dumps at the start of the day, I started my day on the ground,” Willoughby said, referring to a crash in an earlier round Saturday, according to USA Cycling.… Continue Reading...

Elvis Andrus: ‘It’s an honor for me to become an American today’

DALLAS — Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus became a U.S. citizen Friday.

He was sworn in at 12:30 p.m. at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices in Irving.

“I think it was the right time for me to become a citizen especially with everything we are going through with immigration,” Andrus said. 

Andrus was 16 when he came to the U.S.… Continue Reading...

Woman Nearly Dies After Drinking Popular Soda

he liver is located in the upper right portion of the belly under the ribs, it is the heaviest organ in the body and one of the largest. The liver primarily processes nutrients from food, makes bile, removes toxins from the body and builds proteins. Some of the habits that damage the liver includes, taking alcohol, bad choice of diet, withholding urine etc.

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Gym, eat, repeat: the shocking rise of muscle dysmorphia

‘Every muscle could be bigger. I could be leaner. I have no chest muscles; I have no arm muscles ... you’re judging yourself against an impossible standard.’

‘Every muscle could be bigger. I could be leaner. I have no chest muscles; I have no arm muscles … you’re judging yourself against an impossible standard.’ Photograph: Posed by model/Getty/iStockphoto

It is difficult for Miles to pinpoint the moment his muscle dysmorphia started. It was just always there, a background hum.… Continue Reading...

Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Safety of Testosterone Replacement Therapy Among Aging Men with Low Testosterone Levels

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We assessed the risk of ischemic stroke, transient ischemic attack, and myocardial infarction associated with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) among aging men with low testosterone levels.


Using the UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink, we formed a cohort of men aged 45 years or older with low testosterone levels and no evidence of hypogonadotropic or testicular disease, between 1995 and 2017.

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Lachlan Foote, 21, dies after drinking protein shake containing enough ’caffeine for FIFTY coffees’

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Lachlan Foote, 21, was set to celebrate his 22nd birthday the following day but instead his family were grieving their son’s death.

His body was found on the bathroom floor of the family’s home in Blackheath, New South Wales, Australia after he downed the muscle building drink.

But they have only just discovered the cause of death, and are sharing the heartbreaking story in the hope of “saving someone else’s life”.… Continue Reading...