2-Minute Walk After Eating Can Help Control Blood Sugar

Going for a walk after a meal can help reduce blood sugar levels, even if it’s just for a few short minutes, new research shows. The news comes from a meta-analysis, published earlier this year in the journal Sports Medicinesin which researchers analyzed seven different studies to examine how light physical activity like standing and … Read more

Kyle Fitzsimons TKTKTK of assaulting policeon Jan. 6

Comment on this story Comment In the battle for the West Terrace tunnel at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, as a thundering mob tried to force its way through one small opening, three police officers testified in federal court this week that Kyle Fitzsimons pushed his way to the front line and assaulted them. … Read more

Mental health resource in Philadelphia raises questions about police involvement

Federal officials visited Philadelphia last month to mark the July 16 kickoff of a new national mental health hotline with anxious anticipation of how the new 988 number would be received. The line is one of the major national developments in mental health in years, and many hope that 988 will be a catalyst for … Read more

Eagles-Browns 2022 training camp joint-practice notes, Day 14: Eagles dominate

On Day 1 of joint practices between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Cleveland Browns, I would say the two teams played to a no decision. On Day 2, the practice was all about the red zone, and it was decisively won by the Birds. Let’s get to the practice notes. • One of the matchups … Read more

Expect a Long Period of Weak Growth, Whether or Not It’s Labeled Recession – Mish Talk

Existing Home Sales courtesy of Trading Economics Misplaced Recession Debate Housing leads recessions and recoveries. What’s on the way? Much of the debate over “recession” is misplaced. I believe a recession started in May and that a third quarter of negative GDP is on the way. Some believe a third quarter of declining growth will … Read more

How to save money from free exercise apps to getting paid for walking

Accounts featured below are independently selected by This is Money’s specialist journalists. If you open an account using links which have an asterisk, This is Money will earn an affiliate commission. We do not allow this to affect our editorial independence. The cost of living squeeze is biting hard and this week the Consumer Prices … Read more