A number of people asked me about my “diet” after I mentioned eating healthier last week. Here is the diet I use: The Renegade Diet by JasonGEN the 10 Newspaper man reading Ferruggia. I wasn’t really trying to lose weight as much as eat healthy, add muscle and lose a little fat. I love it. Check it out!


Book I read this week: How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. This book is a classic, and I highly recommend that you read it if you haven’t. It’s advice is timeless. I might take one of the Carnegie courses soon.

 Book I’m reading next week: Impossible to Ignore: Creating Memorable Content to Influence Decisions by Dr. Carmen Simon. Audiences forget up to 90% of what you communicate. Dr. Simon apparently shows you how to improve and influence your audience’s memory of your message and get them to take action. I’m in.

Sports Medicine
We are clearly recognizing concussions better than in the past: Epidemiology of Sport-Related Concussion in an NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Sample by Zachary Houck, Breton Asken, Russell Bauer, Jason Pothast, Charlie Michaudet and James Clugston in The American Journal of Sports Medicine

Hopefully our use of cortisone for this injury will continue to decline: For Tennis Elbow, No Such Thing as a Quick Fix by Gretchen Reynolds in The New York Times

What to do if you went too far on your cheat day: So You Just Ate a Sleeve of Oreos and 11 Reese’s Cups . . . Now What? by Dominique Astorino in Popsugar

Unhappiness with your job can hurt your physical health: Science Says Your Bad Job Is Killing You by Peter Economy in Inc.

Youth SportsFootball helmet
You need to know how much sugar is in your kids’ food and drinks: TRENDING: Science Says Kids Should Max Out At 6 Teaspoons of Sugar A Day by Skinny Mom Team in SkinnyMom.com

I think awareness and diagnosis are certainly better, but there are many variables to this problem: High schools are tracking concussions better,
but the data is up for interpretation
by Eric Goldwein in The Washington Post

Social Media and Communication
Important information on copyright issues; Content creators should READ it: 10 common—and crucial—copyright questions for communicators by Kerry OShea Gorgone in Ragan

I haven’t had that happen to me. have you? How to Lessen the Chances of Getting Your Facebook Ads Account Shut Down by Rick Mulready in RickMulready.com

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