Kayaker Gets Run Over by a Motorboat, Then Catches the Fish of His Life

August 31, 2019 was shaping up as an unforgettable working day even right before kayak angler Adam Irino bought steamrolled by a motorboat… and then caught the largest fish of his existence.

Adam and two good friends launched their kayaks early that early morning from Rockaway Beach, a couple of miles south of San Francisco. As the sun crept more than the horizon they had been previously offshore, next a pod of Pacific gray whales to educational institutions of anchovy. As the whales gulped the minor silver fish by the ton, Adam and his good friends every single pulled up

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P.K. Subban on Marrying Lindsey Vonn, Quarantine Life, and Jack Hughes

With the 2019/twenty NHL time on pause, gamers and fans alike have discovered on their own in this bizarre self-isolation time period. And with lots of time on their fingers, folks are staying connected with remote digital conversation –– celebrity athletes are no exception.

Men’s Journal not long ago caught up with the New Jersey Devils’ veteran defenceman, P.K. Subban. The 2013 Norris Trophy winner opens up about his early morning work out plan, his summertime marriage ideas with skiing icon Lindsey Vonn, and what transpired after he posted his

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Life after cancer: Tips for finding your new normal

At the end of treatment, many cancer survivors have mixed emotions: grateful for treatment but happy to be done; excited to move on, yet scared, worried, or anxious about the future.

Some people want to return to the life they were living the moment before their diagnosis; others reassess what’s important and what’s next. 

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) provides guidance for coping with life after cancer and staying healthy—both physically and mentally. Below are a few key takeaways to help survivors and their loved ones prepare for the next stage. 

Talk to your health care team

It’s likely that

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