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July 13, 2008

Weekend Link Love – Edition 6

By Worker Bee

Link LoveDiethack proposes a junk food elimination plan that promises to slim your rear but fatten your wallet.

FitSugar discusses the concept of “forced repetitions” and whether they might be right for you.

InDenial Health gives us tips that’ll keep even the most unmotivated person motivated to keep working out.

Laurel on Health Food discusses the dangers of corn and its various derivatives.

Janet at Adventures in Ethics and Science reviews the book Ethics {for the real world}: Creating a personal code to guide decisions in work and life, and has a little trouble with the fact that the authors won’t acknowledge the concept of moral dilemmas.

To-do list getting out of control? Life Hacker has found a Windows tool that might be the answer to your prayers.

Now that the brain space reserved for your to-do list has been freed up, perhaps it’s time to exercise the rest of your mind with Sharp Brains’ top five brain teasers!

Champagne Taste has a great (and healthy!) recipe for Ribeye steaks marinated in coffee.

PharmaGossip breaks down the top five issues facing the pharmaceutical industry as we head into the next Presidential election.

That’s Fit
reviews a study that suggests that women who eat strawberries may have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

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8 years 3 months ago

I’ve recently found your blog, and it’s really very good, i’ll keep visiting from now on.

8 years 3 months ago

What are your feelings on that forced repition issue. I thought they were useful for muscle gain as they result in more of the small tears that build muscle. However this article seems to be under the impression that they are useless.