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Your Day in Health: Fast Food Chain’s Credit Card Hack

Have you been hacked? See which major chain was recently affected and more of the latest health news.

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Your Day in Health: Fast Food Chain’s Credit Card Hack

Have you been hacked? See which major chain was recently affected and more of the latest health news.

Popsugar: At 15 Pounds Heavier, She's Exercising Less and Is Much Happier

"For women working incredibly hard, killing themselves at the gym and restricting their food to get their weight down, here's a breath of fresh air from Lucy Baker. She says in this Instagram before and after, "I weighed myself this morning and I'm the heaviest I've been since getting fit. This time last year I would have gone crazy exercising and tightening up my diet to get back to where I was. I would have panicked about the extra fat I'd gained and how I would lose it again." Read full story.

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Washington Post: Fitness Trackers Are Largely Inaccurate when Counting Calories, Stanford Researchers Say

"The devices are overwhelmingly popular. For instance, since its inception, the leading brand, Fitbit, has sold at least 30 million of them. The company promises on its website that the devices “track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes & hourly activity.” Others, such as PulseOn, Apple Watch, Basis Peak, Samsung Gear S2 and Microsoft Band, promise the same. A team of Stanford researchers, however, recently called foul after testing these trackers. The scientists said in a paper published Wednesday in the Journal of Personalized Medicine that though the devices purport to help users track their calories — daily energy expenditure — the number is often markedly incorrect." Read full story.

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CNBC: Chipotle Says Hackers Stole Credit Card Data from Some Customers During Last Month's Breach

"It seems the data hack at Chipotle Mexican Grill was a bit wider than the company originally disclosed. A month after Chipotle told consumers that it had detected "unauthorized activity" on a network that supports payment processing for purchases made at its Mexican chain restaurants, the company said that Pizzeria Locale restaurants were also affected." Read full story.

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