Ted Cruz Prosecutes And Marco Rubio Gets Personal At Town Hall:
Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio struck markedly different tones at CNN’s Republican presidential town hall Wednesday night, with Cruz prosecuting his case while Rubio made a more personal appeal.
Their confrontations — which played out as the candidates appeared on stage one-by-one — underscored the intensity of the GOP contest heading into Saturday’s South Carolina Republican primary. On Thursday night, Donald Trump, John Kasich and Jeb Bush will appear in a second town hall.
18-Year-Old Arrested For Pretending To Be A Doctor, Police Say:
An 18-year-old man that officials say was posing as a medical doctor posted bail and walked out of the Palm Beach County Jail on Wednesday, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.
Sheriff’s deputies in West Palm Beach, Florida, arrested Malachi Love-Robinson on Tuesday afternoon and accused him of practicing medicine without a license. He was the head of his own practice, according to his website.
The sheriff’s narcotics unit, along with the Florida Department of Health, carried out an operation in which an undercover officer visited Love-Robinson’s office, according to a statement from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.
Here’s An Incentive That Really Makes People Exercise More:
Companies that want their employees to exercise more might want to skip the promise of prizes or pats on the back. Instead, a new study shows, giving someone a financial incentive and then threatening to take it away might work better.
Workplace wellness programs are gaining popularity, and more than 80% of large employers are now using some form of financial incentive to increase physical activity, according a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. This comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that more than half of adults in the United States do not reach the minimum recommended level of physical activity to see benefits to their health.
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