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What’s stopping you from becoming Catholic? Catholic catechist, writer and speaker, Dr. David Anders talks lovingly but clearly with non-Catholics & fallen-away Catholics in this live call-in show.

 

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I’m listening more to my body. I’m sleeping with a heart rate monitor. I’m seeing if I’m overworked or not. I eat a close-to-ketogenic diet—that’s the closest I can get without giving away all of our secrets.

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An MMA fighter has to be explosive, so I have to train my fast-twitch muscles. I have to be in anaerobic shape—not just aerobic. I have to have more muscle endurance, and I have to be able to push my lactic threshold. I have to be able to sprint as hard as I can for as long as I can. A fight is a sprint, with a little bit of recovery time in there when you’re dancing around.

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The Heartland virus is thought to be transmitted by the lone star tick, and it's usually found in parts of the Midwest and Southern US. States where the tick is most common, including Arkansas, Missouri, Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina. It was first discovered in 2009 and there have been several cases each year including two people who have died.

The virus causes flu-like symptoms, such as fever, fatigue, muscle aches, and headaches, and also diarrhea. Patients may also have a low white blood cell count. There is no medicine or vaccine to treat or prevent the Heartland virus.

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Each time the clouds turn dark and a storm rolls in over this lush mountain village, Liz Torres mind flashes to that terrifying night last summer.

She sees herself huddling in her basement with her parents, the bloodcurdling howl of Hurricane Marias winds roaring outside. She remembers the storm ripping off the wooden roof of their house, then running upstairs again and again in the rain, trying to save whatever belongings she and her family could grab.

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