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On the stump, Bernie Sanders makes pitch for legal pot in California

11 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Bernie Sanders darts across California to rally supporters May 27, 2016, 7:14 p.m. Bernie Sanders is the lone presidential candidate stumping in the state ahead of the June 7 primary. Donald Trump says he won't debate Sanders In agricultural heartland, Trump sides with California farmers over environmentalists...

Is Bikram Choudhury Gone For Good? Reports Say He’s Packing Up And Going Back To India

2 days agoFitness / Yoga : YogaDork

Could this be? A news report out of India says hot yogapreneur Bikram Choudhury is closing up shop in the U.S. and is heading back to India. A series of lawsuits and allegations of sexual assault, rape, and abuse of power along with the subsequent major public fallout could be to blame. Or maybe it’s […]

Helena Bonham Carter brings her brand of formal oddity to 'Alice Through the Looking Glass'

2 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Helena Bonham Carter has never been afraid to let her freak flag fly, either on-screen or off. In Disney's return trip to Lewis Carroll's nonsensical Wonderland, "Alice Through the Looking Glass," opening Friday, the two-time Oscar nominee reprises her role as the bombastic, egomaniacal Red Queen,...

Could Infections in the Brain Cause Alzheimer's? Could This Flash of Genius Lead to an Effective Treatment for Alzheimer's?

Are infections crossing the brain barrier and then causing the brain to make too much amyloid beta (Abeta)? The current leading hypothesis for Alzheimer's is that plaques form in the brain and then these excess plaques set off the formation of tau proteins that form as tangles. Show More Summary

California Governor Signs Historic HIV Bill

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill that could save the lives of some people living with HIV.

3 Killer Moves Make For 1 Supershred Workout

28 minutes agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Listen up: a short workout is better than no workout at all. And if you add jumping into the mix, along with multitasking moves, you can actually shred serious calories. Here are trainer Christine Bullock's favorite moves for a short supershred workout. And be forewarned: her burpee variation is the hardest we've seen in a good long while.

Skywatch: Celestial shows leading up to the summer solstice

52 minutes agoHealth : The Checkup

Mars relays magic, Saturn supplies summer cheer and Jupiter furnishes fun through June’s night sky. As night falls, find Jupiter very high in the south-southwest at negative-2.1 magnitude (quite brig...

Drought hasn’t lifted, but California’s water restrictions just did

1 hour agoHealth : The Checkup

Local water districts again get to decide how much customers must conserve.

Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly closes

The Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly closed on 28 May 2016 after approving resolutions on WHO’s Framework for Engagement with Non-State Actors; the Sustainable Development Goals; the International Health Regulations.

300 Miles: A Little Rain. A Little Rocks. And Lots Of Myles.

2016 Flip Flop: SNP to ME/SNP to GA Soon after reaching the 200 milestone, I painstakingly picked my way through a flag-marked, lichen-encrusted boulder field that is the Appalachian Trail in this rocky section of Maryland. I am in awe of the AT speed record holders who had to navigate the same rocky obstacle course,......

season 1; episode 5 (we leave for maine in two days!)

I have been meaning to write a post for the past few weeks and should have done so sooner. You’ll quickly understand, though, that a major theme for me these days has been procrastination. It’s not that I haven’t been writing, but I have found it overwhelming to write about our preparation when we still...

Two Follow-Ups: Team Ortho and my Non-Stress Fracture

FIRST: TEAM ORTHO: Last Sunday, I posted a rant about Team Ortho. It brought up some issues from the past year, but it was mainly about issues with an upcoming race: the Minneapolis Marathon. Well, on Wednesday, the news came out that the race was cancelled. Show More Summary

Intermittent Fasting Diets Gaining Popularity

Intermittent fasting diets are becoming increasingly popular in the US and other places food is generally accessible every minute of the day. It generally involves reducing the amount of food one eats for a short period of time or skipping meals in order to close the window of time in which eating is taking place. […]

Police ask for help in finding hit-and-run driver that left two injured, one critically

3 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Los Angeles police are asking for the public’s help in locating the driver involved in a hit-and-run collision in the San Fernando Valley that injured two pedestrians, one critically. The incident occurred about 9:50 p.m. Friday when the suspect’s dark-colored compact vehicle struck the pedestrians...

Apple Cider Vinegar: The Amazing Health Benefits and Uses

Apple cider vinegar (or ACV) is a common kitchen ingredient that is anything but common. It’s celebrated in the natural health world as an amazing “cure all” and internal body cleanser. Apple cider vinegar has been highly regarded throughout history. Show More Summary

Serena Williams outlasts rain, Kristina Mladenovic to advance at French Open

4 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

PARIS — Defending champion Serena Williams needed five match points after waiting out a rain delay of more than 2 1/2 hours, but she eventually moved into the fourth round of the French Open with a 6-4, 7-6 (10) victory over 26th-seeded Kristina Mladenovic of France.  In a tight, well-played match...

Native Eyewear Giveaway

It is time for a giveaway! The awesome folks from Native Eyewear have partnered with us to give you a pair of awesome glasses from their new 2016 Sun Collection. With different size, frame and lens options available, seven new styles have been introduced for 2016. Enter to win today! The post Native Eyewear Giveaway appeared first on Hiking The Trail.

Assisted death is the new pro-choice

When does life—and a doctor’s duty—begin and end? Assisted dying is dredging up the big questions of the abortion debate, for better or worse. The post Assisted death is the new pro-choice appeared first on Macleans.ca.

LISTEN: Building Your Own Artificial Pancreas

A double feature: Dana Lewis and her husband Scott Leibrand are so amazing that they each deserve their own podcast episode! First, Dana Lewis has type 1 diabetes and one day she decided to try to make the alarms louder on her Dexcom CGM. That simple endeavor led Dana and her husband Scott to build […]

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