Wellness

In this April 14, 2015 photo, Christina Macchiarola demonstrates how she uses the Crunch Live fitness app to work out in her apartment in New York. Crunch Live includes many of the workouts that earned the brand a devoted following and have been retired from their brick and mortar gyms.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

There’s a website for your every cardio craving from Pilates to bootcamp, some taught by celeb trainers that you likely could never book in person. Bonus: Many of the sites are free or cost far less than a monthly gym fee.


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“If we brought mortality from car crashes, firearm injuries and drug poisonings down to levels that we see in these other countries, we’d gain about a year of life expectancy,” said lead author Andrew Fenelon, a sociologist with the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics.


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Laurinaldo Alves adjusts the pacifier of his daughter Luana Vitoria, who suffers from microcephaly, during a physical stimulation session at the Altino Ventura foundation, a treatment center that provides free health care, in Recife, Pernambuco state, Brazil, Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. Brazil is in the midst of a Zika outbreak and authorities say they have also detected a spike in cases of microcephaly in newborn children, but the link between Zika and microcephaly is as yet unproven. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

“Given the complexity of unanswered questions on Zika & (associated) disease, our goal is to encourage all researchers to share their data ASAP,” the WHO said in a message posted to Twitter. “Rapid data sharing is critical during an unfolding health emergency.”


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Florida Gov. Rick Scott, right, holds a press conference on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016, at the at the Hillsborough County Health Department after his decision to declare a state of emergency in five counties affected by the Zika virus. Scott explains his plan moving forward and the risk of pregnant women contracting the virus.  (Zack Wittman/The Tampa Bay Times via AP)

“With 20 million people and over 100 million tourists, we need the CDC to immediately provide these kits to Florida so we can protect our families and of course all of our visitors,” Scott said at a news conference in Tampa.


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