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Timmons Feels Pressure To Transform Steelers Back Into Contender

He admits it has become a passionate vice that has transformed into a therapeutic obsession to enhance an already tempered demeanor. aIt's like therapy, and it calms my nerves,a Timmons said with an easy smile. aIt gets you in the kind of mentality that's required to work. You shouldn't be on the field hesitating and being on edge all the time. aIt's why you do certain things in practice, so you can get used to playing under pressure. <br>Source:

Source: Texas RB Johnathan Gray cleared for workouts -

9 against West Virginia, has been cleared to resume full workouts next week, a source told on Thursday night . Gray ran for 780 yards and four touchdowns on 159 carries before missing the season's last four games with the injury. Gray has been working out all summer but the team is letting him loose next week. The tandem of Gray and Malcolm Brown will be crucial for the Longhorns as they navigate a transitional phase at quarterback. David Ash seemed poised for a solid 2013 performance but missed 10 games last season due to concussions. <br>Source:

Death puts focus on caffeine powder dangers - The Dispatch

Obviously, Im excited about LeBron being back. Its been fun playing with him in (two) All-Star Games, but this will take things to another level, being around him every day. Irving made a quick visit to Northeast Ohio to oversee his two-day event at Independence High School, which will wrap up this afternoon. He spent most of the week in Las Vegas, cheering on Clevelands team in the NBA Summer League. While in Sin City, Irving sat down for lunch with new Cavs coach David Blatt. They previously talked basketball several times in late June, but this conversation was much more personal. <br>Source:

Cavs' Irving excited about LeBron's return, new deal - Chronicle-Telegram

He was just days away from graduation and had planned to study at the University of Toledo. Caffeine powder is sold as a dietary supplement, so it's not subject to the same federal regulations as certain caffeinated foods. Users add it to drinks for a pick-me-up before workouts or to control weight gain. A minuscule amount packs a punch. A mere 1/16th of a teaspoon can contain about 200 milligrams of caffeine, roughly the equivalent of two large cups of coffee. That means a heaping teaspoon could kill, said Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. The powder is almost impossible to measure with common kitchen tools, the FDA said. "The difference between a safe amount and reviews max workouts by Shin Ohtake a lethal dose of caffeine in these powdered products is very small," FDA spokeswoman Jennifer Dooren said. Glatter said he's seen several younger patients experience complications from caffeine in the last few months. Some arrive with rapid heart rates. "They're starting to latch onto the powders more because they see it as a more potent way to lose weight," Glatter said. Health officials worry about caffeine powder's potential popularity among exercise enthusiasts and young people seeking an energy boost. Dr. <br>Source:

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