Tag Archives: drugs

What a pill to swallow

As a kid, I could not swallow pills. My mother had to pack them into food to get them down. I distinctly remember the acid taste of aspirin exploding on my tongue. And crying. Likely that’s a product of my … Continue reading

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Not exactly performance enhancing drugs (or drinking)

By Christopher Cudworth Given that it’s Mental Health Month and Mental Health Awareness Week, it might pay to run through the subject of drinking, drugs and self-medication. I don’t know about you, but my running and riding buddies all like … Continue reading

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Concealed carry laws open new roads for cyclists and runners

By Christopher Cudworth Before anyone gets all hot and sweaty about what they’re about to read, know that I am not against the right to own guns. I respect the Second Amendment like every other aspect of our Constitution. But … Continue reading

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The miraculous power of healing

Think of the worst accident or injury you’ve had in life, and you may be inclined to dwell on the incident itself. Perhaps you crashed your bike. Tripped or slid on ice and broke a wrist while running. Or maybe … Continue reading

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