Monthly Archives: October 2014

Well: A Heart Risk in Drinking Water

Even trace amounts of arsenic in drinking water may increase the risk of heart disease, researchers have found.

NYT > Fitness & Nutrition

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Horses for courses: the science behind Melbourne Cup winners
Use of high-speed treadmills is now much more common in the larger training businesses, and adoption of this technology seems more common in Australia than in other countries. A treadmill is particularly useful for monitoring and maintaining a horse's …
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OK Go's new drone-filled music video is amazing
Rock band/viral-video-machine OK Go has released its latest music video — and its members have officially graduated from treadmills and optical illusions to a more sky's-the-limit approach. For their new song, I Won't Let You Down, Damian Kulash, Tim …
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Wally Kennedy: Gym located in perfect spot for 'positive reinforcement'
When I walked over to some treadmills that face Main Street, I couldn't help but notice the new Baskin-Robbins across the street. My version of a workout would probably conclude with a scoop or two of butter pecan. I'm a firm believer in positive …
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GUEST COLUMN: The story of Peppermint Sally

GUEST COLUMN: The story of Peppermint Sally
I was not the best two-stepper but she didn't seem to mind. I got to noticing that several times during the night she would go outside. When we got back on the dance floor she would smell like peppermint. I remember thinking “what is she doing that she …
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2 Years Ago Sandra Fluke Was Called a Whore. Now She Wants Your Vote.
After advertisers started dumping Limbaugh's show, many speculated the habitual line-stepper had finally stepped too far and done himself in. The story tore up the web, as mash-ups of politics, cultural values and outrageous screw-ups tend to do. In …
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Spotlight on motor controls
Machine designs could, for instance, use the MC403-Z for simple two- or three-axis open-loop stepper systems and two- or three-axis servo systems—providing position and speed as a pulse and direction output (with the servo drive closing the loop).
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