Peloton sales surge 172% as people scrap gym memberships for home fitness

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For Peloton, the pandemic has been profitable. The at-home fitness company announced its first-ever quarterly profit, which was bolstered by a 172% surge in sales and more than 1 million people subscribing to its streaming classes.



NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 04: A Peloton stationary bike sits on display at one of the fitness company's studios on December 4, 2019 in New York City. Peloton and its model of on-demand video cycling classes has come under fire after the release of a new commercial that has been criticized by some as sexist and classist. (Photo by Scott Heins/Getty Images)


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NEW YORK, NY – DECEMBER 04: A Peloton stationary bike sits on display at one of the fitness company’s studios on December 4, 2019 in New York City. Peloton and its model of on-demand video cycling classes has come under fire after the release of a new commercial that has been criticized by some as sexist and classist. (Photo by Scott Heins/Getty Images)

Peloton has seen its fortunes soar this year because of the virus. Home-bound customers have been stocking up on Peloton’s line of stationary bikes and treadmills in recent months and the trend doesn’t appear to be fading, according to the company’s outlook.

The better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter

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Depression in British adults may have doubled during coronavirus pandemic

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Some 19.2% of British adults likely had some form of depression in June, up from 9.7% before the pandemic, said the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) in a report. Conversely, 3.5% of adults experienced an improvement in their symptoms of depression.

“Adults who were young, female, unable to afford an unexpected expense or disabled were the most likely to experience some form of depression during the pandemic,” said Tim Vizard, principal research officer at the ONS.

A large majority (84.9%) of adults experiencing some form of depression said they had been feeling stressed and anxious, and 42.2% said their relationships were being affected. In comparison, 20.7% of adults with no sign of depression said Covid-19 was impacting their relationships.

The results are based on a nationally representative survey of adults in Britain, the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, which asks a series of questions in order to produce a score

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The Bunker Magnates Hate to Say They Told You So

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“I’m not one of the paranoid kinds of people,” Michael, the 51-year-old owner of a construction company, told me this spring.

But who doesn’t look at the state of the world these days and get a little paranoid? It’s not just the virus and the economic collapse. It’s the protests, the fires, the cyberspying, the border shutdowns, the freezer trucks full of bodies, the disinformation on television—the sense that we are living with the economy of 1928, the civil society of 1968, the politics of 1868. “I don’t see a good outcome, whether he wins it or someone else wins it,” he said, talking about President Donald Trump. “It scares me. I’ve got two daughters. I think about all the sex rings they’ve been cracking down on,” he added. “Our country has almost got the qualities of a third-world country.”

When we spoke,

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Get to know the benefits of rice water for skin and hair l TheHealthSite.com

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Rice water has been used by women in Greek, Middle East, and Asia as a beauty ingredient and as a remedy for various skin and hair problems for centuries. The water that is strained after cooking rice is rich in vitamins and minerals that are essential for hair and skin. Due to the presence of allantoin and antioxidants, rice water has healing and soothing properties. Also Read – Skincare Awareness Month: Foods that can help you get that radiant look

Rice water contains inositol, a carbohydrate that is known to help repair damaged hair. Used as a rinse, after shampoo, it can strengthen your hair as well as make it smooth and silky. Rice water can also help fix your hair fall problem. Also Read – Skincare Awareness Month: Ancient beauty secrets that have stood the test of time

When applied on the skin, inositol in rice water can help

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COS’s New Activewear Line Will Be Your Go-To for Workouts and Beyond

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a person with collar shirt: Today, COS launched their active line of apparel for men with performance fabrics with cool minimalist style. Check out our favorite pieces here.


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Today, COS launched their active line of apparel for men with performance fabrics with cool minimalist style. Check out our favorite pieces here.

Confession: I don’t usually sport activewear beyond the gym. I’m that guy who changes clothes about three times a day—a carefully curated ‘fit for the office, an all-black workout uniform for an EOD sweat sesh, and a loungewear ensemble at home. Then 2020 happened and I wore the same pair of running shorts for a month (er, six…)!

I promised myself to step up my WFH style this fall, but I’m still spending a lot of time at home, and something about the “socially-distant outdoor gathering” doesn’t lend itself to breaking out your Sunday best. So as soon as I heard that one of my favorite brands, COS, was launching an activewear line, the hype was real.



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The COS Active collection

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Locally Owned Moore Fitness Center At Brink Of Closure, COVID-19 To Blame

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Wednesday, September 23rd 2020, 10:37 pm

By: Clayton Cummins

MOORE, Okla. –

A locally owned tanning and fitness center in Moore says they’re days away from closing their doors for good.  

The owner of Val’s Sun and Shape, Valerie Carter, blames COVID-19 and tells News 9 she’s not giving up without a fight.  

You don’t have to spend much time at Val’s Sun and Shape in Moore to find the passion. 

“It is beyond rewarding,” said Carter. “This is the best job, the best place, and I have the best women that work with me.” 

But for co-owner Carter and her five employees that all may be coming to an end soon. 

Following the COVID-19 shutdown, Carter said things just haven’t been the same.  

“We kind of knew that was coming because we knew how many people were coming in and cancelling. I mean it is affecting everybody. This is

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Entecavir APO (entecavir) Drug / Medicine Information

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Contains the active ingredient entecavir (as monohydrate)

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This leaflet answers some common questions about entecavir. It does not contain all
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pharmacist.

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More recent information on this medicine may be available.

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Hillsborough ponders racism as health care crisis

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TAMPA — After Tampa City Council’s recent apology for the city’s racist history, Hillsborough County commissioners are poised to consider their own initiative declaring racism a public health crisis.



a man wearing a suit and tie: JAMES BORCHUCK | TimesnHillsborough County Commission Chairman Les Miller.


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JAMES BORCHUCK | TimesnHillsborough County Commission Chairman Les Miller.

“Hillsborough County’s collective prosperity depends upon the equitable access to opportunity for every resident regardless of the color of their skin,” the resolution reads.

It includes a 10-item action list ranging from promoting equity through all commission-approved policies to encouraging county vendors, contractors and others to provide racial equity training.

The resolution from Commissioner Pat Kemp is modeled after government action in Dallas County, Texas and similar resolutions in Mecklenberg County, N.C., Montgomery County, Md. and Dekalb, Cobb and Gwinnett counties in Georgia.

The idea grew locally from Our Community, Our Voice, a virtual community forum on racism and public health that Bible-Based Fellowship Church in

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Lamivudine + Zidovudine Alphapharm (lamivudine and zidovudine) Drug / Medicine Information

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lamivudine and zidovudine

CONSUMER MEDICINE INFORMATION

What is in this leaflet

Please read this leaflet carefully before you start LAMIVUDINE 150mg + ZIDOVUDINE
300mg Alphapharm. This leaflet answers some common questions about LAMIVUDINE 150mg
+ ZIDOVUDINE 300mg Alphapharm.

It does not contain all the available information. It does not take the place of talking
to your doctor or pharmacist.

All medicines have risks and benefits. Your doctor has weighed the risks of you taking
LAMIVUDINE 150mg + ZIDOVUDINE 300mg Alphapharm against the benefits they expect it
will have on you.

If you have any concerns about taking this medicine, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

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LAMIVUDINE 150mg + ZIDOVUDINE 300mg Alphapharm contains lamivudine and zidovudine
which belongs to a group of medicines called antiretrovirals.

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Hundreds of young adults attend summer job fair

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BATON ROUGE – An event to help young people find jobs was overrun Saturday with eager youngsters looking for work.

The first Youth Explosion turned out to be an overwhelming success, attracting more youngsters than organizers expected.

Jonathan Gray, 16, is one of the hundreds of teens looking for a summer job.

“I did three applications and never was contacted back,” Gray told WBRZ.

14-year-old Maya Hernandez is also looking for a summer job. She came out to the first Youth Explosion held at the Marriott Hotel in Baton Rouge. The hiring and training fair helps employers match potential employees ranging from 14 to 24 years old.

“I didn’t know what to expect, but when I got here, I realized that there were so many opportunities,” Hernandez said.

A wide array of employers interviewed candidates on the spot. From the job corps to the manager of a local dentist office,

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