Scott Parker on Why Many Women Don’t Work Out

ARU Fitness trainer Scott Parker was recently the featured guest on an internet radio station. He drops some key information and to-do’s.

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New study claims alcohol is more harmful than heroin and crack

The study, co-authored by Professor David Nutt, ranks 20 drugs on 16 measures of harm to users and to wider society. Tobacco and cocaine are judged to be equally harmful, while ecstasy and LSD are among the least damaging.

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Jill Scott Interview w Cameo by Scott Parker

Jill Scott fans have noticed that the songstress and mother has been looking great lately. Check out this press interview with Jill at Essence Music Fest. She is asked about her workout routine and gets a little back up on the topic.

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New study: Vitamin-D Deficiency in Women Increases Risk of Pregnancy-Related High Blood Pressure

Vitamin D deficiency might help explain why African American women are at greater risk of preeclampsia than other racial groups, even when factors like income and healthcare access are taken into account.

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Leilah Reese’s 30lbs Before 30 Journey on the #GoddessBody Diet

She has set a goal for herself of losing 30 pounds before a milestone birthday, her 30th! By committing to the #GodBodyDiet

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Roundup Russy’s 30 Day Healthy Lifestyle Challenge

Roundup Russy showcases the beautiful ladies of the #GoddessBody Diet

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Who is Responsible for the Rise in Childhood Obesity?

African-Americans saw 1.4 to 1.6 times more food ads than white children — fast food in particular. “African-American children and teens had more than double the rate of increase in exposure to fast-food ads compared with their white counterparts.

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The NEW New Year

The birds are a little louder, the sun is a little brighter, and the tissue box is only half full. For those of us in the northern hemisphere, Spring has arrived!

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