The Checkup: Women Work Out Harder Than Men, Study Says

• At the risk of sounding all “nanny nanny boo boo,” I give you this: a new study which found that (gasp!) women tend to go harder than men during workouts. The study, which used subjects who were experienced runners and compared their output during a series of four-minute intervals, found that when asked to go as hard as they could possibly muster, the ladies ran at a higher percentage of their maximum heart rate (about 97 percent) than the men (92 percent). Conclusion? Nanny nanny boo boo. (That’s a technical term, I believe.)  [Q by Equinox]

• How’s this for some seriously social media? An app that allows you to share leftovers with your neighbors. [Greatist]

• Ladies, don’t be surprised if you get carded the next time you go to buy nail polish remover. CVS is beginning to check IDs on all purchases involving acetone products, in an effort to weed out possible meth producers. [Mommyish]

• If you’re looking for a laugh on this Tuesday morning, click through to learn how to become a runner in 26 hilarious GIFs. [BuzzFeed]

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