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Can a track star beat Mark Allen's 89 Ironman run split record in Kona this year? by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 20 Sep 2011 12:36pm Joe Thonpe seems like a nice guy, a fast triathlete, and a very very fast runner. But is he fast enough to beat six time Ironman World Champion Mark Allen's all time Ironman run split record? And in case you are wondering that record time would be a 2:40 Kona marathon after of course a 2.4 mile swim and a very windy 112 mile bike ride ... Read on »
Arsenic Makes Its Mark: Using Biomarkers to Track Noncancer Respiratory Effects by Environmental Health Posted Thu 31 Jan 2008 9:00pm Arsenic Makes Its Mark: Using Biomarkers to Track Noncancer Respiratory Effects Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
mark down monday: back on track by SweatingItBlog Posted Mon 01 Aug 2011 4:53pm Welcome to Mark Down Monday, where I hold myself accountable for my fitness, health, and life goals, and set new goals for the coming week.  Happy August! I can't believe summer is almost over- in twelve days I'm leaving Indiana for a brief stint in New Jersey before I officially become an adult and move to Washington, DC! I'm getting really ... Read on »
Tracking Tracking Tracking by jenslosinit Facebook Posted Fri 26 Feb 2010 12:00am As hard as I have tried to avoid it, counting calories and tracking everything I eat, drink and how hard I move is the only thing that is going to get this weight off. A few days ago I had received a sample from www.vocalpoint.com and I decided to try it for breakfast. Kashi Warm Cinnamon Oats. ... Read on »
Track, Track, Track! by Sue F. Posted Tue 06 Sep 2011 5:46am I realised yesterday, that on the whole, the biggest mistake I made on the weekend wasn't eating too much, it was not tracking any of it at the time.  When I filled in my tracker for yesterday, there was a great big gaping hole since Thursday where I'd just merrily gone off and had my fun and ignored one of the most basic principles of Weightwatc ... Read on »
A2B Tracking Announced UC! Web 2.5.5 - Streamlining IUID Compliance and Asset Tracking for Property by Gcl P. Facebook Posted Thu 23 Jan 2014 6:04am Portsmouth, Rhode Island, January 23, 2014 - A2B Tracking Solutions, a leader in enterprise-class solutions to identify, mark and track critical assets in highly regulated environments, has announced the availability of its latest version of UC! Web™. UC! Web 2.5.5, A2B's flagship cloud-based IUID compliance and asset tracking software, redefines w ... Read on »
Cell Phone Privacy Tracking, Even If Your Location Tracking Is Turned Off Matching Data Can Still Occur With App Data Comparison by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 13 May 2014 11:31am This article talks about tracking via apps working with accelerometers and the fact that it is something that was not thought of with phone manufacturing in essence.  It gives a good visual example of “fingerprints” left on phones and how if the accelerometer and the data with the apps is compared you can still be tracked.  The visual shows how ... Read on »
Tracking patients, tracking reports by Dr. Michelle G. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:00pm The EMR allows tracking of several things. I've already mentioned tracking of lab results, which is not perfect, but is much better than what I had before (nothing). It tracks DI reports, and also consultation requests. I have three folders for tracking requests to the outside (lab, DI, consults). I had a look at my consultation requests ... Read on »
Track Your Plaque Program Data Tracking Tools by Dr. William D. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 07 Dec 2008 10:08am At last: After talking about the new Track Your Plaque community tools for the last year, our data tracking software is now available! Track Your Plaque is, admittedly, somewhat data-intensive. The basic concept relies on the fact that we track heart scan scores, cholesterol values, lipoprotein values like percent small LDL and Lp(a), vitam ... Read on »
Olympic track cyclist prefers a utility bike to a track fixie by Marcus S. Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 4:36pm I was just over checking out Joe Bike, a Portland distributor of inexpensive utility bikes. In addition to Yuba Mundo and Batavus bikes, Joe imports Flying Pigeon bikes from China and upgrades them with decent brakes and cranks. A Flying Pigeon that stops? What a radical idea! Anyway on his information page for the Flying Pigeon, he had this g ... Read on »