Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: the week’s best health and fitness deals, the recipe of the week featuring zucchini chocolate muffins and a bacon wrapped curry burger. Also, how many calories do you really need, reason’s you’re not getting the fitness results you want, a brief history of the Paleo movement, fifteen diseases doctors often get wrong, and the alarming rise in cancer from 9/11 first responders. All that and much much more!

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Blast from our past: how many calories do you really need?

A brief history of the Paleo movement.

Seven reasons you’re not getting the fitness results you want.

Recipe of the week featuring: bacon wrapped curry burgers with sweet potato buns. There’s also, gluten free chocolate zucchini muffins.

Best Weekly Health Deals

The Best Health and Fitness News

If you’ve ever come across a friend of family member who has been in cardiac arrest (heart has stopped beating), you know the traditionally, the ambulance takes the patient receiving CPR to the hospital where one of two things happens: the person dies or the person survives. This is an interesting argument from two specialist, one of which suggests that ambulances shouldn’t take a person in CPR to the hospital until they’ve been revived.

Four common topics of dietary advice that need to be corrected.

Can multitasking with multiple types of media change your brain structure? For the worse of course….

The terrorist acts from continue to take lives. Over eight hundred first responders have come down with respiratory illnesses with many developing cancer from toxins in the air from that day.

Fifteen diseases doctors often get wrong.

The Worst Health and Fitness News This Week

What happens when a hospital worker who has tuberculosis shows up to work for approximately one year? You get over seven hundred infants who were possibly exposed to tuberculosis.

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