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Orangetheory Fitness Philosophy

Orangetheory Fitness Philosophy Lexington

The physiological theory behind the Orangetheory workout is known as “Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption,” or EPOC. By providing you with a heart-rate monitor and POD, we can monitor your 5-zone interval training sessions that we call the Orange 60. During the 60-minute workout, you will perform multiple intervals designed to …

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The Mystery of Alopecia Areata

The Mystery of Alopecia Areata

Quick. Name all the reasons people lose their hair. How many did you get? Two, three? More? Let’s see, you probably thought thought of genetics, stress, medications, cancer, old age. You may even have mentioned having a baby, raising kids, or the effects of chemical/heat processing. In all likelihood, you …

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At the Lexington Public Library, Reading is Just the Beginning

Lexington Public Library, Reading is Just the Beginning

Lifelong learning and the Lexington Public Library go hand in hand. Now, the Library is pleased to introduce Lynda.com, a new online resource that helps anyone learn software, creative and business skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Lynda.com gives Library members unlimited access to a vast library of high-quality, current …

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Tick Talk

Tick Talk

Of all the members of the creepy-crawly kingdom, ticks are among the most reviled and hated. As it turns out, humans’ dislike of ticks is well founded; they are responsible for transmitting more than 14 diseases in the U.S. alone, many of which can be debilitating, even life threatening. It is …

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A Vacation for the Recovering/Addicted Soul

Recovering/Addicted Soul

As the summer winds down, many families will enjoy a final vacation ahead of back-to-school preparations, team practices and the thousand day-to-day details of juggling personal and professional lives. We love to vacation. It expands our horizons, opens our minds, and allows us time to relax, reconnect, reflect and renew. …

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Reward their hard work at Zaxby’s Kidz Night

Zaxby’s Kidz Night Lexington

It won’t be long before school is back in session and, along with it, the usual weeknight craziness: sports practice; homework; Scouting; book reports; dance class; study sessions; more homework; science fair projects; dances; more homework … Sometimes, it can be hard to squeeze a good family meal into it …

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“Get in the Loop”

Get in the Loop

By Ann L. Rhoten, Au.D., CCC/A Although hearing aid technology has significantly improved since digitalization in the 1990s, there continue to be situations which challenge and frustrate hearing impaired listeners.  Places of worship, airports, theaters, ticket booths and movie theaters tend to be extremely difficult listening environments. Often times creating such …

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When the Rock in Your Shoe is Something Else

Rock in Your Shoe is Something Else Lexington

By Dr. Nicole Freels, FACAOM As human beings, we often delude ourselves into thinking health issues will resolve without help. Sadly, this is rarely the case and people suffer needlessly as a result. When it comes to foot problems, this is especially true, considering that the average person walks 3,000 to …

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