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Look in the mirror. Unless you’re on a serious health and fitness kick to get ready for 2017, according to a new study, this is the lowest weight you’re going to be for the rest of the year. I’m sure you can figure out why that is… The study, which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that people in the U.S. start to put on weight after the first week of October. From there, weight gain peaks immediately following the new year. After that, people try to work to get back to a size that’s comfortable for them, but it takes time. Researchers behind the study followed the shifts in weight of around 195 American adults (and 3,000 people altogether). What they found was that around Thanksgiving, our weight increases, peaking near the Christmas and New Year’s Eve holiday…

Kaigo Lets You Get Your Health Services Your Way

It’s no secret that the healthcare system is not right. It’s a business, designed to make money. And it just sucks that the way they make money is through the treatment of sick people. But people have to be sick first. So there are too many times when insurance companies and even some doctors take advantage of that. And the doctors who don’t often find themselves swept up or even burnt out by this system. It was with this in mind that former investment banker, Uzochukwu Chima got the idea to launch a concierge health service that now goes by the name Kaigo Health. Kaigo is a “concierge style” online platform allows users to utilize Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) around the clock and free of charge from the comfort of their homes…

Former Bad Boy Artist Mario Winans Pleads Guilty To Tax Evasion

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Mario Winans didn’t give Uncle Sam his fair share, and he’s going to have to pay the consequences. The former Bad Boy recording artist and music producer plead guilty to tax evasion in New Jersey on Thursday (Sept. 29) morning. Reports Page Six:
R&B artist Mario Winans, 42, copped to two misdemeanor counts of failure to file tax returns before Justice Esther Salas in federal court in Newark. Winans, who won a Grammy Award for Best Gospel Performance for co-writing his nephew CeCe Winans’ song “Pray,” faces up to two years in federal prison when he is sentenced on Jan. 24. Diddy was featured on the hit song “I Don’t Wanna Know,” which was written by Winans…

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