35 Cyber Monday Fitness Deals You’ll Regret Not Shopping Before Midnight

New Year’s Day is unofficially the biggest shopping holiday of the year for fitness gear as people lean into their annual resolutions. But real deal seekers know that Cyber Monday is actually the best opportunity to score items like exercise equipment, activewear, fitness trackers, and sneakers at a steep discount. 

Amazon, Anthropologie

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Amazon, Anthropologie

Cyber Monday sales from retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Nordstrom on brands like Lululemon, Adidas, and Mirror make it possible to outfit not only your home gym but your workout wardrobe — and all the other essentials needed to tackle your health and fitness goals. 

Some of the best Cyber Monday fitness deals we’ve spotted so far include $50 off Amazon’s best-selling treadmill, $45 off an adjustable dumbbell set, and $60 off a stationary bike. Of course, nothing will go better with a fresh home gym setup than a new pair of leggings

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Smooth start to new mask distribution exercise, Singapore News & Top Stories

Collecting the new reusable face masks was a smooth process for many Singapore residents on the first day of distribution by Temasek Foundation yesterday.

Those whom The Straits Times spoke to said the vending machines were easy to use as they simply had to select their mask size and scan their identification card. Each person is entitled to one free mask kit, which contains a pair of reusable masks and three mask filters.

A total of 1,200 vending machines are located islandwide at more than 800 locations, including bus interchanges, community centres and residents’ committee centres, as well as Temasek Shophouse and Plaza Singapura, in this third round of mask distribution by the foundation.

When ST visited Chong Pang Community Centre and Nee Soon Central Community Centre yesterday morning, there were small queues of five to six groups of people at each vending machine.

Staff and volunteers were also deployed

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Apple Launching Privacy Nutrition Labels Starting Next Month

Apple has launched, in connection with other privacy changes in iOS 14, a requirement for privacy “nutrition labels.” The labels are required for new and existing apps, and are in addition to the existing requirement of linking to the company’s long-form privacy policy. Apple will automatically generate the label based on the company’s answers to its online questionnaire. Apple is requiring companies to explain what information they -and third-party partners collect. Answers will be turned into visuals for the label (a circle “i” for example, for contact information). Companies can also include optional disclosures, like confirming that data is not being used for tracking or third-party advertising purposes (if that is accurate).

Care should be taken that the person completing the questionnaire has accurate information about the company’s practices. Apple stresses that companies are responsible for the accuracy of the information provided to it. We will

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Vaccines Are Coming, but Pandemic Experts Expect a ‘Horrible’ Winter

Each week, good news about vaccines or antibody treatments surfaces, offering hope that an end to the pandemic is at hand.

And yet this holiday season presents a grim reckoning. The United States has reached an appalling milestone: more than one million new coronavirus cases every week. Hospitals in some states are full to bursting. The number of deaths is rising and seems on track to easily surpass the 2,200-a-day average in the spring, when the pandemic was concentrated in the New York metropolitan area.

Our failure to protect ourselves has caught up to us.

The nation now must endure a critical period of transition, one that threatens to last far too long, as we set aside justifiable optimism about next spring and confront the dark winter ahead. Some epidemiologists predict that the death toll by March could be close to twice the 250,000 figure that the nation surpassed only

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Whitecaps exercise options on seven players, ‘continuing discussions’ with Montero

VANCOUVER – The Vancouver Whitecaps are hanging on to several of their young players and continuing contract talks with two veterans.

The club announced Monday that it has exercised options for seven players, including forward Theo Bair, midfielders Michael Baldisimo and Patrick Metcalfe, centre back Derek Cornelius, right back Jake Nerwinski, and goalkeepers Isaac Boehmer and Thomas Hasal.

The ‘Caps opted not to pick up an option for veteran midfielder Andy Rose, but the club says in a release that it is “continuing discussions” with both Rose and forward Fredy Montero, whose contract runs out at the end of December.

Vancouver also opted not to exercise its option on academy product Georges Mukumbilwa, and ‘keeper Bryan Meredith has not been offered a new contract.

The club says it “continues to work towards finding a new team” for winger David Milkinovic.

The Whitecaps finished the season with a 9-14-0 record, missing

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Supplement to Annals of IM discusses key considerations, strategies to address maternal mortality

Below please find summaries of new articles that will be published in the next issue of Annals of Internal Medicine. The summaries are not intended to substitute for the full articles as a source of information. This information is under strict embargo and by taking it into possession, media representatives are committing to the terms of the embargo not only on their own behalf, but also on behalf of the organization they represent.

Supplement to Annals of Internal Medicine discusses key considerations and strategies to address maternal mortality and morbidity in the United States

Editorial abstract: https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M19-3259

URLs go live when the embargo lifts

A special supplement to Annals of Internal Medicine discusses evidence-based approaches and innovative solutions to decreasing maternal mortality and morbidity rates in the United States. Supplement articles stemmed from sessions at the Health Resources and Services

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Nearly half of U.S. adults fear surprise bills, do,

Nov. 30 (UPI) — Nearly half of adults in the United States report that concerns over unexpected medical bills keeps them from seeking care, according to a survey by the American Heart Association.

In addition, more than 40% of respondents indicated that if they received an unexpected medical bill for $1,000, they would not have the money to pay for it, the data showed.

Two-thirds of respondents with private health insurance also said they have received an unexpected medical bill, and of those, one in three was not able to pay it.

Perhaps as a result, more than 80% of survey respondents would like to see Congress pass legislation to end surprise medical billing, the American Heart Association said.

“Surprise medical bills are a major driver of financial anxiety and disruption for families nationwide that are already straining under the weight of an ongoing pandemic,” said Mitchell S. V. Elkind,

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Strong immune response found in asymptomatic patients; virus crosses throat membrane into brain

a close up of a flower: FILE PHOTO: A computer image created by Nexu Science Communication together with Trinity College in Dublin, shows a model structurally representative of a betacoronavirus which is the type of virus linked to COVID-19

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FILE PHOTO: A computer image created by Nexu Science Communication together with Trinity College in Dublin, shows a model structurally representative of a betacoronavirus which is the type of virus linked to COVID-19

By Nancy Lapid

(Reuters) – The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.

Immune system responds strongly in asymptomatic COVID-19

Asymptomatic people infected with COVID-19 are mounting robust immune responses that differ from responses in those who become ill, according to a study that appears to contradict previous thinking by health experts. Researchers studied immune system T cells in 76 symptomatic COVID-19 patients and 85 infected individuals without symptoms and reported their findings on Friday on bioRxiv ahead of peer review. Some of these cells – CD8+ T cells – can

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Jada Pinkett Smith, 49, Shared Her Skincare Routine On Instagram

  • Actress Jada Pinkett Smith, 49, shared her skin care routine in a recent Instagram video.
  • Alongside her daughter Willow, 20, she posted the video while they both were wearing sheet masks and chilling on chairs in their living room.
  • She only goes to an aesthetician twice a year because she’s “very particular.”

    Actress Jada Pinkett Smith, 49, shared her morning skin care routine in a recent Instagram video, and we are all ears. Alongside her daughter Willow, 20, she posted the video while they both were wearing sheet masks and chilling on chairs in their living room. And she gave her followers a total run through about her skincare philosophy and what she does to keep her skin looking glowy and youthful.

    “I don’t go to aestheticians but what, twice a year?” she says to Willow. “As you can see Willow and I have on these facial masks. It’s our

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    DVIDS – News – Fort Eustis military police conduct rapid response exercise

    JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va. , Nov. 24, 2020 — Soldiers assigned to the 221st and 3rd Military Police Detachments conducted an advanced law enforcement rapid response exercise at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Nov. 18, 2020.

    The Soldiers sought to enhance their proficiency in taking down threats which may arise against the Fort Eustis community.

    Participants in the training used non-lethal training ammunition which fired paintball-like projectiles. This provided a more realistic training experience for all players in the exercise.

    “This exercise presents a call for assistance in a community with a possible active shooter or hostage situation,” said U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Larry Eley, 221st MPD operations non-commissioned officer in charge. “There’s only so much you can get from blank firing or laser systems, so having a simulated round actually hit the individual provides instant response to perform the actions correctly.”

    The exercise took place away from the base

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