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UN Warns Food Prices Rising in Ebola-Hit Countries

Food in countries hit by Ebola is getting more expensive and will become scarcer because many farmers won't be able to access fields, a U.N. food agency warned Tuesday. CDC Warns of Ebola ‘Catastrophe’ in Sierra Leone Boston Colleges Prepare for Students’ Arrival from West Africa What if There Was an Ebola Case in Boston?

Run Bloody, Muddy, and Wild: Quirky Runs Coming Soon Near Boston

Whether you’re looking for mud, tutus, beer, zombies, or wild animals, these quirky and fun races coming soon are sure to motivate you to get off the couch and into your running shoes. 39 Thoughts Every Runner Has When Running Top Five Mistakes Runners Make 5 Exercises to Prevent Lower Back Pain


Boston Kids Share How They Get in Shape for School

Cuteness alert! In this video, Alexa Pozniak heads to the Watertown Boys & Girls club to ask kids how they plan to get in shape to head back to school. Apparently, push-ups are important!

Calorie Count: How Much Does Boston Move on Sept. 1?

We’re exhausted just thinking about September 1st. But Bostononians will burn a ton of calories. Jawbone, the fitness wearable tracker, has data on tens of thousands of city residents who tracked their activity on Moving Day. Weather Wisdom for Labor Day Weekend Apparently, Boston Move-In Day Used to Be a Ton of Fun Best Cars for Moving Day

MD Mama: Back-to-School Plan for Teens? A Later Start Time

Anybody who has or knows a teeenager knows that getting them up early is a really bad idea. And yet, we get them up early for school all the time. Pediatricians are advocating against it. Doctors Need to do More to Encourage HPV Vaccine for Teens Teen Pregnancy Rates Hit Historic Lows Teens With Cancer Have a Prom to Remember

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