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The New Nike+ FuelBand SE Fitness Tracker Watch

The New Nike+ FuelBand SE Fitness Tracker Watch

The next generation wearable technology from Nike called the Nike+ FuelBand SE is now available in even more neon colors and features more options.  The FuelBand SE will go on sale November 6th for $149.00. New Neon Colors, More Water… [Read more]

How Many Burpees Does It Take To Burn Your Favorite Food?

How Many Burpees Does It Take To Burn Your Favorite Food?

How many “burpees” does it take to burn your favorite foods, drinks and deserts?  If you are like me then you probably don’t want to know.  Like most, I absolutely hate the burpee exercise but I do them almost twice a week in bootcamp… [Read more]

Got The Blues? Drink a Glass of Red Wine

Got The Blues? Drink a Glass of Red Wine

Wikimedia Commons If you frequent AMOG, or like to get your drink on, then you should be aware that red wine has plenty of health benefits. Never heard of this before? Well, trust us. It's true. Red wine can be beneficial for your heart or even against the fight against Alzheimer's disease. But, one recent study from Spain claims that red wine can help in preventing depression. "One drink a day,… [Read more]

Is Michael Douglas Right? Can Men Get Throat Cancer From Oral Sex?

Is Michael Douglas Right? Can Men Get Throat Cancer From Oral Sex?

Wikipedia One of the biggest news stories this week was the revelation that actor Michael Douglas' battle with throat cancer was caused by cunnilingus. In case you somehow missed this story, here's how the news broke. During a recent interview with The Guardian, Douglas was asked by reporter Xan Brooks if he regretted his years of smoking and drinking, which is what was assumed to be the cause… [Read more]

National Transportation Safety Board Wants to Lower Alcohol Limits for Drivers

National Transportation Safety Board Wants to Lower Alcohol Limits for Drivers

In 1982, the National Transportation Safety Board recommended that every state in the U.S. reduce the drunken-driving limit from 0.10% to 0.08%. A year later, Utah became the first state to lower the limit, but it wasn't until 2004 that all of the states reduced their limits to the current 0.08%. Now, the NTSB is pushing for it to be lowered to 0.05%. Currently, there are over a hundred countries… [Read more]