MYXfitness Is The First At-Home Fitness Brand to Integrate National News, Plus a Full Suite of Revolutionary Content On Its Platform

MYX’s member research shows content variety outside of structured workouts is becoming an important factor in what people crave as they tackle fitness at home. While on-demand, one-on-one coaching is essential, catching up on the news, virtually exploring an exotic locale or discovering motivational content, might be what the day calls for. MYX Media provides members those options and more, while still integrating heart-rate data as a powerful measure and motivator.

“Adding MYX Media to our one-on-one coaching and customized heart-rate training, further positions MYX as the most personalized experience in at-home fitness,” says Heberto Calves, President of MYXfitness. “The fitness-tech industry at large seems disproportionately focused on the competitive, ‘workout to win’ consumer. The MYX content and experience speak to the 58% of the market that identifies as ‘workout for life’. These

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(WATCH) London Marathon 2020 Live: Watch Full Event Now

TV London Marathon Live: The London Marathon 2020 may be taking place virtually this year, but here’s everything you need to know about the highly-anticipated event.

The London Marathon may look a little different this year, but it’s still going ahead on Sunday – with runners all over the UK taking part in the virtual race for the event’s 40th birthday.

Over 45,000 runners are predicted to be taking on the weighty challenge, which takes place virtually this year due to the ongoing pandemic, and gives participants 23 hours 59 minutes and 59 seconds to complete 26.2 miles anywhere in the UK.

When is the London Marathon 2020?

The London Marathon 2020 takes place on Sunday 4th October, and begins at 7.15am, with different groups beginning the race at different times.

Race start times (ET)

Elite women — 2:15 a.m.

Elite men — 5:15

Elite wheelchair — 8:10

How to

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Trump says he feels better, but his chief of staff says he is ‘still not on a clear path to a full recovery.’

Mr. Meadows called into Fox News on Saturday night, knowing the president was most likely watching, and praised his “unbelievable courage” and “unbelievable improvement.” But he also confirmed that Mr. Trump’s condition on Friday was worse than originally described. “Yesterday morning we were real concerned with that,” Mr. Meadows said. “He had a fever and his blood oxygen level had dropped rapidly.”

The mixed messages only exacerbated the confusion and uncertainties surrounding the president’s situation. During their briefing on Saturday, the doctors refused to provide important details and gave timelines that conflicted with earlier White House accounts and left the impression that the president was sick and began treatment earlier than officially reported.

Two people close to the White House said in separate interviews with The New York Times that the president had trouble breathing on Friday and that his oxygen level dropped, prompting his doctors to give him supplemental

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Presidential Physicians Don’t Always Tell the Public the Full Story

“He is suffering from the teeth,” Bryant said. “That is all.”

Bryant was the president of the New York Academy of Medicine and would later serve as the president of the American Medical Association. His credentials were unimpeachable.

And so the next day, the papers dutifully reported that Cleveland was suffering from nothing worse than a toothache, and the nation was reassured.

But Bryant had lied. Cleveland was in fact very ill.

In late June, Bryant had examined a lesion on the roof of Cleveland’s mouth and declared it a “bad-looking tenant.” The doctor recommended it be removed immediately. But Cleveland didn’t want the public to know he was ill, so the operation was performed on a yacht owned by one of the president’s friends.

In a 90-minute operation, a hastily assembled surgical team, sworn to secrecy, removed the tumor, along with five teeth and much of Cleveland’s upper-left palate

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Maryland allows child care centers to open at full capacity

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland child care providers can return to the full teacher-to-child ratios for which they are licensed, state officials said Thursday, and some nursing homes will be able to resume indoor visits.

The announcement came on the same day that Maryland reported zero deaths from the coronavirus in a 24-hour period for the first time since March 28.

“Today’s announcement means that child care centers can now serve up to 20 3- and 4-year-olds in a room with a ratio of one teacher to 10 students, and up to 30 school-age students with a ratio of one teacher to 15 students,” State Superintendent of Schools Karen Salmon said at a news conference with Gov. Larry Hogan.

Capacity limits have been in place at the state’s child care providers for six months to help prevent the spread of the virus. The superintendent said Maryland has seen very few

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Jillian Michaels’ Fridge is Surprisingly Full of Cheese

  • Jillian Michaels shared a full fridge tour with WH, detailing the foods she can’t live without
    • Packed full of different foods, some of her staples are slightly more surprising than others
    • Michaels has always said it’s about moderation when it comes to her diet, stating that no foods are off limits but there are ‘common sense’ choices to be made

      Outside of being a former WH cover star, global fitness icon, mum of two, Jillian Michaels is also a… cheese addict? Go figure.

      Showing us around her fridge, Michaels dished on her favourite breakfast combos, why she chooses plant-based milk, and why exactly she has such an enviable supply of cheese. Oh, and why an entire shelf is dedicated to supplements – some for her, some for her kids and some for her dogs.

      Kicking off with her go-to beverages Michaels shares her penchant for a strong cup of

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      First RCT in COVID Anticoagulation Says Go Full Dose

      Therapeutic-level dosing of enoxaparin (Lovenox) improved respiratory outcomes in severe COVID-19, a pilot randomized trial showed.

      Gas exchange measured by the PaO2/FiO2 ratio improved significantly over time in the 10-patient therapeutic group (from 163 at baseline to 209 at 7 days and 261 at 14 days, P=0.0004) but not in the 10-patient control group receiving lower prophylactic-level doses in the open-label study (184, 168, and 195, respectively, P=0.487).

      Compared with prophylactic dosing of the drug, therapeutic dosing also led to four-fold more patients being weaned off of mechanical ventilation (P=0.031) and more ventilator-free days (15 vs 0 days, P=0.028), Carlos Henrique Miranda, MD, PhD, of São Paulo University in Brazil, and colleagues reported in Thrombosis Research.

      Three patients died within 28 days with therapeutic anticoagulation (two secondary to healthcare-associated infections) versus one with prophylactic dosing, but the difference wasn’t statistically significant.

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      Clinical Data From Full Phase 1 Cohort of Investigational Sotorasib Published in New England Journal of Medicine

      NSCLC Data Featured in Proffered Presentation Session at Virtual ESMO 2020

      Manuscript Represents First Phase 1 Results Published for a KRASG12C Inhibitor

      MISSISSAUGA, ON, Sept. 22, 2020 /CNW/ – Amgen has announced that updated data from the full Phase 1 cohort of the CodeBreaK 100 clinical study, evaluating sotorasib (proposed INN for AMG 510) in 129 patients across multiple advanced solid tumours, were published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Data from 59 patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) reported in the NEJM manuscript were also featured during an oral presentation at ESMO 2020. Please note the safety and efficacy of sotorasib is still under investigation and market authorization has not been obtained.

      “We are pleased to present the updated Phase 1 results of CodeBreaK 100, the largest Phase 1/2, and first-in-human, clinical study for a KRASG12C inhibitor,” said Dr. Suna Avcil, executive

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