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My life was a living hell says Wiggins after investigation dropped

Sir Bradley Wiggins said his life was “a living hell” during an investigation into allegations of wrongdoing at British Cycling and Team Sky. On Wednesday, UK Anti-Doping said there would be no charges over a ‘mystery’ medical package delivered for Wiggins at the Criterium du Dauphine in 2011. Wiggins, 37, said the investigation “felt nothing less than a witch hunt”. He added: “Being accused of any doping indiscretion is the worst possible thing for any professional sportsman.” Wiggins won five Olympic gold medals and the 2012 Tour de France before…

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Thousands living with advanced cancer, says Macmillan

Thousands of people in England who have the most advanced cancers are surviving for several years after diagnosis, according to new research. Macmillan Cancer Support said it was down to new treatments but warned that living longer with advanced cancer can bring its own difficulties. Emma Young, 39, was diagnosed with breast and bone cancer at 35. “The not-knowing is the hardest, from scan to scan you don’t know how it will be,” she says. “From the time you have the scan until you get the results is really hard…

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Korean singer Paul Kim says music is his reason for living

[unable to retrieve full-text content] There are those life-changing events that are beyond any words or logic. And for rising singer-songwriter Paul Kim, the most striking moment of his nondescript 20s came one ordinary night at an Army base while serving his mandatory military service. Flipping through the booklet of his favourite singer Lee So-ra’s fifth album, Kim encountered a […] Music – Star2.com

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College enshrines healthy living in bricks and mortar

Pledges by college students to abstain from drugs and alcohol are nothing new. Now some students are meditating, working out, practicing yoga, eating healthfully. And at the University of Vermont it’s become a bona fide lifestyle. In UVM’s Wellness Environment, known as WE, students live in a new, big substance-free dorm and take a required class in what affects the health of their brains and bodies. They’re given incentives to stay healthy like access to a free gym membership, nutrition and fitness coaches and an app that tracks their activities….

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'Healthy Living for Summer': Alternatives to processed sugar

Avoiding refined sugar may be a challenge for most Americans, but Byron Paidoussi and Whitney Cole, the owners of Fitness and Fuel LA, regularly look for alternatives. In the tenth and final episode of ABC News’ “Healthy Living for Summer” series, we asked them for some tips. “We try to avoid processed sugar as much as we can,” said Paidoussi. The couple has experimented with creating different recipes that exclude sugar. In the video above, they make spicy chocolate pumpkin squares with stevia, a sugar substitute, and dates. “[It’s] a…

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'It's Ben Woodburn's world and we're all just living in it' – Fans react to Welsh wonder kid's cameo appearance

The 17-year-old is surely catching the attention of Reds boss Jurgen Klopp Tuesday, September 5, 2017 Ben Woodburn is loving life right about now. The 17-year-old Wales wonder kid helped his country secure a potentially crucial win in their quest to qualify for the World Cup with a stunning cameo appearance against Moldova. Woodburn stepped off the bench to secure victory against Austria on Monday night and it was his introduction again that inspired the Dragons to three points in Group D. Liverpool may be fully stocked with attacking talent,…

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