With the holiday season just a few months away, get a jump on your fitness regimen now, instead of scrambling one week before that fancy cocktail party to realize it's too late. Do a few of these circuit bootcamp workouts every week,...Show More Summary
This month we'll look at one myth a day about PrEP — and tell you why it doesn't hold up. Contributor: Katie Peoples read more
It is that time of year again, and our 2014 matching fundraiser starts today, October 1st 2014. From now until the end of the year, December 31st 2014, we will match the first $50,000 donated to the SENS Research Foundation with $2 for every $1 given. Show More Summary
A new study published in the Journal of Functional Foods is the first to report consumption of Montmorency tart cherries caused changes in uric acid metabolism, which can have an impact on joint pain. The study also detected increases in specific anthocyanin compounds in the bloodstream after consuming tart cherries.
Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine are co-recipients of a $4.1-million grant from the National Institutes of Health to advance treatments for type 1 diabetes. Using human stem cells, the team plans to culture bits of human pancreas in a dish and, using microfluidics, mimic blood flow through the islet.
By Anne Dachel Read Anne's commentary and view the links after the jump. The Dachel Media Update is sponsored by Lee Silsby Compounding Pharmacy and their OurKidsASD brand. Oct 1, 2014, Nashville Business Journal: New database shows payments from drug...
In a program offering sexually active teenagers in St. Louis free birth control, the rates were less than a quarter of those of such teenagers nationally,
TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters Wednesday that the White House was only made aware of the fact that the President shared an elevator earlier this month with an armed felon on Tuesday evening, two weeks after the incident took place. According to a Washington Post report, a […]
October is international ADHD Awareness Month. There's a lot going on this month including the 5th Annual ADHD Awareness Expo that I am hosting. Last night at midnight Laurie Dupar joined me on ADHD Support...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday that a person has been diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. The market reacted accordingly. Here are some examples of those who might profit from Ebola's continued spread, more than six months into the deadliest outbreak in history. Read full article >>
We have all been there: You just need a pick me up, something small, a reminder that you are loved and cared for by those around you. Or maybe you need something to tell you to keep going, don’t give … The post You’ve Been Angeled: Gifts to Brighten Someone’s Day appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
Bags of dope are being sold for as little as $5 in the Keystone State.
Teens who received free contraception and were educated about the pros and cons of various birth control methods were dramatically less likely to get pregnant, give birth or get an abortion compared with other sexually active teens, according to a new study.
Ebola's toll includes children who lose their parents to the disease. One charity is coming up with a solution.
Spotlight on... Johnny Marr
Hospital that oversees care for a number of major professional teams offers advice to parents, coaches and athletes for playing it safe.
A yoga teacher and practitioner for over 40 years, Beryl Bender Birch is no stranger to writing books. Her works, Power Yoga, Beyond Power Yoga and Boomer Yoga, are considered essential on many yogi bookshelves. Her latest book, Yoga...Show More Summary
Feeling like part of a safe and welcoming community means as much to a child or teen as it does to most adults. Your local school district might be a prize-winning one, but if it is crushing your kid’s spirit, who cares about prizes? read more
"Nothing can be allowed to delay this work"
Here’s something to worry about: a recent study suggests that middle-aged women whose personalities tend toward the neurotic run a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life. The study by researchers at the University...Show More Summary