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Gift ideas for your fitness friend


What's up with Kinesio Tape?


Channeling anxiety into positive energy


Fun kid activity for Halloween: Spooooooky avocado toast


A complex workout made simple


Scramble up this tasty breakfast dish


Aches and pains after long period of sitting? 4 steps to feeling better here.


A healthy and easy breakfast or brunch recipe


Burn calories and get stronger legs


One way to ease that pain in your foot


A sun's out, guns out workout


No planks necessary. Other ways to tighten your core.


FIT LIFE: Cauliflower "rice" offers low-carb alternative


Fit Life; 3 ways to stay safe during a hot weather workout


Fit Life: Be in the know on latest drink trend


An Independence Day side dish recipe for your BBQ


RECIPE: Balsamic Roasted Asparagus


A new way to count calories and maintain your weight


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Sen. Rand Paul's wife says he's been in pain since attack

Kelley Paul said that there was no ongoing dispute between Rand Paul and the neighbor who allegedly attacked him, and said the reports are "hurtful."

Facebook to show if fake accounts tricked you

Facebook announced Wednesday it's creating an tool that will show users if they followed fake Russian accounts on its site or on Instagram.

Sessions orders review of gun background checks

Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed the FBI and ATF to review how well other federal agencies are doing in reporting information to federal gun databases.

Opera idol Dmitri Hvorostovsky dies at 55

Hvorostovsky, who retired last year after he was diagnosed with brain cancer, was widely considered one of the finest baritones ever to grace the world's opera stages.

A mass shooting church, pastor keeps faith through holidays

Pastor Frank Pomeroy remains thankful despite the horror that killed 26 members of his congregation, including his own daughter.