Danger of Anthrax Epidemic is Unlikely, Experts Say Post 1

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Apr
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Experts in infectious diseases say the danger of an anthrax epidemic is unlikely, but other experts — such as psychologists and other mental health authorities — say there is a very real health danger from the panic being spread by a ceaseless deluge of television, newspaper and Internet stories about the disease.

Balanced Nutrition for Tennis

20
Apr
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Tennis requires agility, dexterity, speed, strength, stamina and intense concentration. Carefully planned nourishment can determine a win or a loss, and optimal hydration is a must to prevent fluid loss. And if the player travels, a stockpile of portable snacks and can help maintain nutritional consistency, even in unfamiliar settings.

Lose Those Love Handles

13
Apr
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What is one of fat’s favorite vacation spots on the body? The sides of the waist – those soft flabby areas affectionately known as “love handles.”

The muscles underlying the love handles are known as the obliques. When this area appears out of shape, it’s logical to assume the oblique and abdominal muscles need exercise in order to become firm. But be careful. The obliques are generally easy to build up. This may be the one muscle group which can indeed get too big – if they become too muscular, the waist will look wider.

Readiness Testing

5
Apr
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I just found out that my child would need to take a test to get into the school we want her to go to next year. What should we do to help her prepare?

The tests you are referring to are readiness tests, and they are used for class placement and curriculum planning.