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15 online stores with free 2-day shipping for last-minute holiday gifts — and the delivery deadlines to know

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  • It seems like you've been brainstorming what gifts you're getting for everyone on your list for months.
  • You've curated a Pinterest board of thoughtful products and your laptop is a mess of tabs of the gifts you need to remember to buy, but now Christmas is less than two weeks away and you haven't bought one thing.
  • A recent Hilton Honors study discovered that 50% of all shoppers wait until the last month before the holidays to get their gifting done, while an even more surprising 40% wait until the last week.
  • Plenty of online retailers are offering free two-day shipping that guarantees you'll have your gifts by Christmas.

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Apple Has Hired Nearly 50 Medical Doctors in Wellness Push

  • And now a new report suggests it’s doing it with help from medical doctors.
  • Over the last few years, Apple has hired nearly 50 medical doctors at various roles inside its company, CNBC is reporting, citing sources and its own evaluation of LinkedIn profiles.
  • While the news outlet’s sources stopped short of saying exactly what those doctors are doing, they believe the doctors are helping Apple actually work to address medical problems through its products.
  • In its Apple Watch, the company tracks movement and heart rate and will tell people when they’re sitting for too long.
  • The CNBC report, however, suggests Apple’s decision to hire medical doctors across its company is about finding answers to real medical problems and using its tools to help people in critical ways.

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Official health guidelines - can anyone live up to them? I tried it for 7 days.

  • It might be that we don't get our five a day; or we drink more than 14 units of alcohol a week (that's one-and-a-half bottles of wine to you and me); or we smoke, are obese, or fail to hit our exercise target of 150 minutes a week, including two strength training sessions.
  • Living the standard healthy way sounded difficult, and hardly fun - but Dr Mike Brannan, national lead for physical activity at Public Health England, suggested I had no excuse: "The guidelines were drafted on the basis that they are achievable for the majority of the population." If I was going to do what every healthy adult between the age of 19 and 64 should be doing every week of his or her life, I was going to need to find a way to fit a lot of exercise into my routine.

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