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Weekly Workout: Build Your Own Full-Body Routine

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If you are ever wondering how to arrange a quick and effective workout routine that will work everything with a few exercises, they this Build Your Own Full Body Routine: The method I like to use I call:  Push, Pull, Full, Legs, Core. If you think about your exercises belonging to this category, you can arrange a workout of the day to cove... more

Tactical Fitness: Pushups After a Collar Bone Injury


After an injury, getting back to normal can take some time as it is a process that has to follow these steps: Injury Reduce Swelling Healing Regain Full Range of Motion Rebuilding Back to Normal This process can take a few weeks to more than a year depending upon the inury's severity, and if surgery is requ... more

Report: Russia Defeats NATO in Baltic War Game

An Abrams tank from the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division fires its 120 mm main gun during a live-fire exercise in June 2015 at the Central Training Area near Tapa, Estonia. Joshua S. Brandenburg/U.S. Army

STUTTGART, Germany -- A Russian offensive on NATO territory in the Baltics would overwhelm underarmed alliance forces in a matter of hours, leaving NATO with a harsh dilemma: Launch a long, bloody counteroffensive or concede defeat. That is the conclusion of a new report by Rand Corp., which conducted a series of elaborate war games from summer... more

Former VA Scientist Responds to Lawmaker's Suspicions over Drug Sale

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A former Veterans Affairs Department scientist says he is willing and able to defend his reputation against lawmakers or others who suggest he invented a highly successful hepatitis C treatment using agency resources and later earned millions by selling it to a private company. The drug shown to cure hepatitis C is sold by Gilead Sciences of... more

Super Bowl: Not ‘Super’ for Viewers with PTSD

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More than 100 million Americans will tune in to watch the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers square off in Super Bowl 50 Sunday. However, it may not be much of a party for many service members and veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The emotions involved in the back-and-forth of a highly competitive game could be an issue for ... more

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