by Kafi Drexel
Riccardo Tinelli You guys already know running is one of the best ways to melt pounds and do a solid for just about every part of your body. It even does amazing things like stop you from grabbing seconds from the buffet line, according to a University of Wyoming study from last year.
But over and over, we hear readers asking about "Runner's Face." If you haven't heard the term, the scary-sounding idea behind it is that your cheeks will start to sag from all the bouncing while you run, or that you'll get a skeletal, premature-aging mug from burning off too much fat beneath the skin. (With the ING New York City Marathon approaching, we've even had plastic surgeons approach us with the answer to "Runner's Face." The suggested fix? Cosmetic fillers and even surgery. Hmm, convenient, but we're not gonna go under the knife anytime soon.)
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