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Being fit and working out with cancer

It was just before Thanksgiving when 38-year-old Christian Diompy got the most unexpected news. The reason he was having a hard time swallowing and his stomach ached was that he had esophageal cancer. It was Stage 4, and it had spread to his liver and his lungs.

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Five questions that'll help you find the best workout

Looking for a new workout? The ideal workout plan includes some activity from each of these three categories: aerobic exercise, strength training and flexibility. For example, combining cycling, weight lifting, and yoga classes, in a schedule that works for you. And, sometimes, an activity has elements of all of these.

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This test will help determine best workout for your personality

Most fitness experts will agree that if you're hoping to motivate yourself to work out, job No. 1 is finding something you actually enjoy. And since we all have different personalities, that might mean tuning out some of the buzziest fitness trends in favor of something you think you'll honestly stick with.

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Looking for an all-around ability snowshoe? Check out Atlas Treeline

Snowshoeing is a great way to explore the outdoors when the snow comes, offering the ability to trek through both serious backcountry or walk through the local forest preserves. Much like skis, you can find a snowshoe designed for specific winter activities and conditions, from sleek racers to bulky shoes for deep and steep terrain. The Atlas Treeline (or the Elektra Treeline for women) is part of the trail series and is a good all-around shoe that can do just about anything.

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The best beginner workout gym machines

Maybe you've been away for some time, or it's your first time stepping foot in a gym, but mastering a few basic gym machines and a mix of cardio and strength training moves will get you started on your meeting your goals.

Videos

Transmitters inserted into rattlesnakes for study

Dan Beck, a biology professor at Central Washington University, and student Joey Chase perform surgery June 24 to place radio transmitters into two rattlesnakes as part of Chase’s masters thesis in a laboratory at CWU in Ellensburg. The devices will help track the snakes to gather data about how the reptiles are affected by wildfires.
Shawn Gust Yakima Herald-Republic
Transmitters inserted into rattlesnakes for study 2:41

Transmitters inserted into rattlesnakes for study

Fishing the Hanford Reach with Chris Donley 2:57

Fishing the Hanford Reach with Chris Donley

President-elect Donald Trump arrives in Washington, D.C. 1:32

President-elect Donald Trump arrives in Washington, D.C.

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Richland police ask public to help ID fuel thieves