Tag Archives: 2017

How 27 NHL players got shredded for the 2017 season

Bruce Bennett/Getty Images For hockey players, getting through the grueling NHL season is no easy feat. It’s 82 games of hard-fought skating, slashing, and big hits, which can leave players bruised and bloodied by the end—and that’s not even factoring whether their team makes the playoffs or not. [RELATED1] Whether it’s Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin banging out squats and ...

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The Great March Storm of 2017 [Greg Laden's Blog]

Donald Trump’s FEMA is not ready for this storm. The entire federal government is understaffed, and there are funding issues, and this applies to FEMA as nicely. So, if you are anyplace in the area to be impacted by this storm (the weather channel calls it Stella, I contact it Trump’s Storm A single due to the fact it is ...

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Will 2017 be the antivaccine year? [Respectful Insolence]

]As challenging as it is to think, I’ve been dealing with the antivaccine movement since at least the early 2000s. Back then, I didn’t have a weblog, either this 1 or my not-so-super-secret other weblog, and most of my on-line activities have been restricted to Usenet. For those of you who don’t remember Usenet, which has largely turn out to ...

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How to Give People Their Voices Back in 2017

In an operating bureaucracy, strategy gets set at the top. Power trickles down. Big leaders appoint little leaders. Individuals compete for promotion. Compensation correlates with rank. Tasks are assigned. Managers assess performance. All of this gradually takes it toll on economic productivity and organizational resilience. It’s perplexing that despite the research and evidence that hierarchical management structures make companies cumbersome, ...

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2017 ONLINE LEARNING CONFERENCE

Minneapolis, MN (November 18, 2014)—Training magazine, the leading business publication for learning and development professionals, today announced the finalists for the annual Training Top 125, which ranks companies’ excellence in employer-sponsored training and development programs. Training Magazine

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Brief Items of Interest, February 2017

Hair loss news 1st: — In Aclaris Therapeutics’ latest webcast presentation from today (provided at the Leerink Partners 6th Annual International Healthcare Conference), the company’s CEO further elaborated on why they are so optimistic about “highly selective covalently bound JAK 3 inhibitors” helping patients with male pattern hair loss. Much more importantly, the CEO emphasized treating female hair loss and how ...

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How Cardinals star Matt Adams shed fat, got lean, and transformed his body for the 2017 MLB season

If opposing fans plan on getting a rise out of Matt Adams this baseball season, one name they won’t be able to use anymore is the nickname “Fat Adams.” The St. Louis Cardinals first baseman went through a major body transformation this winter, shedding nearly 30 pounds off of his 6’4”, 260-pound frame. And while he utilized a familiar regimen ...

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PHOTOS and VIDEOS: Take a sneak peek at 10 strong, sexy women appearing in the iconic ‘Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2017’ issue

Radar Online Yu Tsai / Sports Illustrated Sports Illustrated Swimsuit has teamed up with DIRECTV NOW for the “Making of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2017” that will air exclusively on DIRECTV NOW beginning in mid-February, and will offer viewers a rare glimpse behind the scenes during the creation of the iconic issue. [RELATED1] Click here for more additional information and a ...

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Workplace Predictions for 2017

Each year, top leaders within organizations are required to confront pressing internal issues, many of which result from events taking place both nationally and internationally. Events from 2016—including the presidential election, growing Millennial workforce, and technological advancements—have created a new set of workplace priorities as we head into the New Year. The impact of the last year is affecting organizations ...

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