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Study: Kids with ADHD Prescribed Wrong Medication

Behavioral therapy and psychotherapy prove to be some of the most effective forms of treatment for children with ADHD, but medication therapy can also be an important part of that treatment plan. Unfortunately, a recent study found that...Show More Summary

Episode #52 – Jessica Watkins and Trail Kismet

Hey! I’m going to add more to this later, but here’s an episode you can listen to for 4th of July. Our guest, Jessica Watkins, is a NYC comedian who walked across the United States last year. Puss recounts her recent trip on the Appalachian Trail. Pox picked up a lot of Facebook “friends” recently...

Russia to launch supplies to International Space Station tonight

47 minutes agoHealth : Booster Shots

A closely watched Russian supply mission to the International Space Station is primed for takeoff from a base in Kazakhstan.

Bill Stoneman is in it for short haul with Angels

47 minutes agoHealth : Booster Shots

It was a logical first question to a 71-year-old who is eight years removed from his stint as the Angels general manager and was enjoying a comfortable semi-retirement as a senior advisor before being pulled back into the 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week demands of the GM job.

Happy Independence Day

The Appalachian Trail literally binds Old America together, passing through ten of the original thirteen states. Tennessee, Vermont, Maine and West Virginia were states formed as a result of westward expansion, political compromise, or civil war. As much as a hiker treks into the mountains to escape public life, there it is waiting for the......

Measles death in Washington state is first in U.S. in 12 years

1 hour agoHealth : Booster Shots

Measles led to the death of a Washington state woman this spring, marking the first time in 12 years someone in the United States has been killed as a result of the disease, public health officials said.

Fire at Mt. Zion AME Church was natural, South Carolina officials say

1 hour agoHealth : Booster Shots

The blaze that destroyed an historic black church in South Carolina this week left "no indicator of criminal intent" and may have been the result of a lightning strike, law enforcement officials said Thursday.

My morning routine

The very first thing I do when I wake up is drink a glass of hot water with lemon, say many highly successful people on that bloody Morning Routines website. How does that work? If you have to get out of bed and go down to the kitchen to prepare it, it’s technically not the very Read More

Loosing My Super Powers

It saddens me to loose my thru-hiker super powers--they were fun and they made thru-hiking possible. They were with me so long I forgot a person could look at an ice cream sundae and doubt their ability to eat the whole thing--and forget about going back for seconds....

Meditation Made Easier: Try Guided Yoga Nidra

1 hour agoFitness / Yoga : Yoga Journal

If you've struggled with meditation but buy into the benefits, it's time to try yoga nidra. This systematic relaxation brings ease to the very deepest layers of our being. The post Meditation Made Easier: Try Guided Yoga Nidra appeared first on Yoga Journal.

Greece news media taking sides in coverage of upcoming vote

1 hour agoHealth : Booster Shots

Anyone looking for an account of the big antigovernment, pro-European Union rally in the heart of the Greek capital this week can find it easily on the Skai TV network's website.

Roger Federer gives an exhibition in win over Sam Querrey at Wimbledon

1 hour agoHealth : Booster Shots

Just when you think you've seen the best of Roger Federer, you see more. It's becoming increasingly evident that Father Time leaves the occasional person off the list.

Civil psychiatric commitments rose in Virginia in possible ‘Deeds effect’

2 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

A new study by the University of Virginia found that the number of civil commitments of people who are in mental distress rose last year, perhaps in response to changes enacted after the fatal encounter between Sen. Creigh Deeds and his mentally ill son.Read full article >>

Wildwood Regional Park

2 hours agoFitness / Hiking : Modern Hiker

Wildwood Regional Park in Thousand Oaks packs a shockingly diverse landscape into its 1,765 acres. There are sweeping grasslands, prominent ridges and peaks like Lizard Rock, the beautiful year-round Paradise Falls and its oak and sycamore-lined riparian canyon, and even some unusual eroded rock formations like Indian Cave. The park is home to seven different…

Recent Papers on Energy Metabolism and Longevity

2 hours agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

Here I'll point out a couple of papers on the topic of energy, metabolism, and natural variations in longevity. One of the many ways of looking at the operation of metabolism is from the point of view of energy consumption and expenditure:...Show More Summary

Unconventional 'In Stereo' explores love in three time-twisted parts

2 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

In the unconventional love story "In Stereo," writer-director Mel Rodriguez III bounces between the two individuals who form one relationship.

Women's World Cup notes: U.S. could get individual honors too

2 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

The big prize the U.S. will be looking to claim Sunday is the four-pound Women's World Cup trophy, something the Americans haven't held since 1999.

What the Media Gets Completely Wrong About Cruising

This is what we see when we watch cruise coverage on cable news. - Photo by iofoto / Thinkstock There are plenty of myths about cruising floating around the Internet: they’re full of old people, there’s nothing to do, and so on. Most...Show More Summary

Iran signals willingness to let inspectors question nuclear scientists

2 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Iran signaled Thursday that it may allow United Nations inspectors to question its experts about the country's nuclear activities, potentially resolving a dispute that has blocked a nuclear deal now in the final stages of negotiatio...

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