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Director's Blog: Boring Safety

post image One of our goals at the Huffines Institute is to encourage activity.  But we also encourage common sense when you exercise.  I don’t know if it is the time of the year (spring),...
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Director's Blog: From the Overreaction files: "Sleeping Can Kill!"

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“Hey…pssstt….Did you know that about 25% of people die in their sleep?  Frankly this concerns me so much, I may not go to sleep again.”  Faced with that statement, most of us would scoff and continue with our life.  So, why do we get so excited about people that die after they exercise?

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Director's Blog: Walking the track is just the start

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I’ve written a couple of previous blogs regarding the need for Americans to be active – but I’ve never put it this strongly before: inactivity is killing us all both health-wise and represents a danger to our country’s financial health.  According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, physical inactivity...

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