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How Learning About Trigger Points Can Help You

Trigger points: You might now know the name, but if you have back or sore muscle problems, you likely have them. Trigger points, also called muscle knots, are tight bands of muscle fiber that can feel like anything from a pebble to a golf ball that, when pushed, can send referred pain up and down your body. Essentially, if you ...

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Read Apple’s unprecedented letter to customers about security

Apple has spoken a lot over the past year about how much it values the security of its customers’ data, but it wasn’t until early this morning that Apple really took a stand for it. Hours after a court order came down mandating that Apple assist law enforcement in breaking into a locked iPhone, Apple CEO Tim Cook published a ...

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Blake Griffin Trade Rumors: LA Clippers Address Media About Griffin Before NBA Trade Deadline

Blake Griffin trade rumors may be at an end for the LA Clippers. Addressing the Blake Griffin trade rumors on Tuesday, February 16, Clippers coach Doc Rivers gave the media a very succinct statement. A report from CBS Sports states that Rivers said, “We’re not trading Blake.” That’s about as specific as a general manager can get about his attentions ...

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Obama warns Senate about Scalia seat

Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Obama said the Constitution is clear on what to do next President Barack Obama has urged the US Senate to act after he nominates a replacement on the Supreme Court for Justice Antonin Scalia. “I expect them to do their job”, he said, and consider the candidate as required by the US Constitution. Scalia, ...

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Kanye West just announced a video game about his mother going to heaven

Kanye West ended his album release party / fashion show in New York with a surprise announcement: that he’s working on a video game called Only One about his mother “traveling through the gates of heaven.” The game shares its name with a song West released two years ago, speaking from the point of view of his late mother after ...

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BMW, let’s have a serious talk about this typeface

These days, Helvetica is an uninspired choice for much of anything; its perfected simplicity has been torpedoed by overexposure and overuse. You can probably find a typeface for your logo or missive that conveys a little more creativity. I’ll make an exception for the text of this post. BMW is also an exception. Helvetica is so deeply ingrained in the ...

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What the Super Bowl Can Teach You About Money

Filed under: How to Save Money Getty By Kimberly Palmer For football players, managing money is easy to fumble. Unlike most people, they often earn huge paychecks early in their careers, when they have the least experience handling money, and then those paychecks can abruptly drop off when they retire from the game. HBO even created an entire television series, ...

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State Legislature is serious about stricter ethics laws

Mike Groll/AP “Make no mistake, this house is serious about ethics reform and we know that words are not enough,” said Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie (D-Bronx). ALBANY — The scandal-scarred state Legislature got back to work Wednesday amid rampant calls for stricter ethics laws. Convening barely a month after the convictions of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and former Senate ...

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Organic Coconut Oil: The Benefits You’ve Never Known About

Organic coconut oil is beneficial in more ways than one. In fact, you may be surprised at how many benefits coconut oil really has. Besides the health benefits, did you know that coconut oil can be used to make sex even better? According to the Good Men Project, it can be used as a lubricant. Not only does coconut oil ...

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The 7 Best Lessons Successful People Have Taught Us About Money This Year

Filed under: Retirement Plans, Saving Getty By Kathleen Elkins If you want to be successful and grow your wealth, start by learning from those who have already done it. “Successful people look at other successful people as a means to motivate themselves,” writes T. Harv Eker in “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind.” “They see other successful people as models to ...

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