Many Americans equate exercise with pain — they want to “feel the burn” because “there’s no gain without pain.” But when it comes to gaining muscle, rest is just as important as repetition. Exercise causes small tears in muscle...
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Yoga: Fight Stress & Find Serenity
Is Yoga Right For You? It is if you want to fight stress, get fit and stay healthy.
Your mobile phone is ringing, your boss wants to talk to you and your partner wants to know what's for dinner. Stress and anxiety are everywhere. If they're getting the best of you, you might want to hit the mat and give yoga a try. Yoga is a...
Scientist's Book Warned Of Pandemic
"Three Seconds Until Midnight" Describes The Concern And The Need For Action.
In 1918, a mutated, deadly strain of the "Flu" (or Influenza), swept around the world to cause the third deadliest plague in recorded human history. Published research suggests the final global death toll may have arguably been as high as 100...
Spotting The Signs: Alzheimer's Disease
Detecting symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease early can be critical to provide care and avoid potentially dangerous situations.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, nearly 5.8 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease. By 2050, that number is expected to rise to 14 million. Detecting symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease as early as possible can...
Fatigue? Weakness? Headache? ~ Could Be Iron Deficiency
"New New Orleans cooking" is known for using bold seasoning and spices that don’t rely on sugar, salt or butter.
In an effort to temper down the spoonfuls of sodium and fat that describe most American school lunches, the National Food Service Management Institute is educating families about the way regional cooking, like Cajun cuisine can help create a...