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Maine Woman ‘allergic To The World,’ Thanks To Rare Disease | Fox News

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Everything was reviews on max workouts by Shin Ohtake gone. According to the Portland Press Herald, Goodwin has been hospitalized 30 times since 2011. Four times a day, she swallows a fistful of pills medication that has reduced her hospital visits from once every other week to once about every six weeks, but the upkeep has led to credit card debt. She said she takes weeks to physically and mentally recover from a single hospital visit for an allergic reaction. During a trip in an ambulance documented in the Narratively video, Goodwin must tell the EMT not to hook her up to certain nodes that track her vitals, Medical Daily reported.
Source: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2015/01/13/maine-woman-allergic-to-world-thanks-to-rare-disease/

Michelle Halkerston Bought The Company She Worked For--Should You? - Forbes

After 12 years, 10 as Hassetts president, she saw a window of opportunity to become the companys owner in 2013 and stepped up. Now theres no looking back. Halkerston celebrates with company officers after the successful purchase of Hassett Express. Halkerson now owns the company that began in 1939 as one of original agents for Allied Van Lines in Chicago. The company moved to Elmhurst in 1969 and following a management buyout in 1980 formed a subsidiary that helped continue growth through the addition of freight forwarding services, allowing the company to advance across the U.S.
Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/cherylsnappconner/2015/01/12/michelle-halkerston-bought-the-company-she-worked-for-should-you/

Train for a marathon like a pro with these apps | Macworld

C25K will help you go from a complete couch potato to a relatively in-shape 5K runner in eight weeks with its voice-guided program. The app offers up workouts for each non-rest day (rest days are simply not listed), and the main screen shows a neat timer that includes elapsed time and remaining time (for those of you who like to watch the clock obsessively). The app lets you play your own playlists (including playlists from Spotify and Pandora) and integrates with third-party products such as Nike+ GPS and MyFitnessPal, as well as social media for extra inspiration. Unlike other Couch-to-5K apps, C25K is completely free (albeit ad-supported). The app offers motivational quotes and exercise tips upon launch, and includes a fitness forum.
Source: http://www.macworld.com/article/2868117/train-for-a-marathon-like-a-pro-with-these-apps.html


Posted Jan 14, 2015 at 7:03am