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From Ashtanga to Vinyasa: Your A to Z Guide to Yoga Styles

Ashtanga, Kundalini, Iynegar, Vinyasa…. what? Is your yoga vocabulary limited to downward dog and child’s pose? Don’t kriya, we’ve got your back. Michael Franti Talks Yoga at Soulshine Yoga & Music Festival Finding Zen in Less Than 27 Hours on Nantucket Yoga Positions for Better Sleep

5 Self-Defense Tips from IMPACT Boston

In this Work It Out, Boston video, Alexa Pozniak pays a visit to IMPACT Boston to learn how to respond effectively in the moment of threat and to end an altercation as quickly and safely as possible. Student Hospitalized After Stonehill College Sexual Assault California Approves Landmark ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law Second Sexual Assault Reported on Massasoit College Campus in 3 Days

Why Healthy People Need Flu Shots

It's certainly true that people with health problems such as asthma or lung disease or heart disease can get very sick with influenza and really need the flu shot. But healthy people need it too. Here's why. Mass. Hospital Workers’ Flu Vaccination Rates Fall Below Target Could You Have the Flu? The Invisible Threat of Vaccine Refusal

All the Italian, With None of the Gluten

Yes, gluten-free Italian food is a thing. Welcome to Nebo, an Italian restaurant in the Seaport District with a gluten-free menu that’s worth a try. Why Is Your Diet Gluten-Free? Gluten-Free Restaurants in Boston and Beyond Should You Follow a Gluten-Free Diet?

Mass. Doctor Recovered From Ebola, Released From Nebraska Hospital

Dr. Rick Sacra, the Worcester-based physician who contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia, has recovered from the virus and will be released from Nebraska Medical Center Thursday. Doctors Expect Nebraska Ebola Patient to Recover American Gets Blood From Fellow Ebola Survivor

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