John Boozman, the junior senator from Arkansas, was recovering in an Arkansas hospital, his spokeswoman said.
Last night, on VH1's Basketball Wives finale, cast member Sundy Carter ended an argument with her show nemesis, Ovarian cancer survivor Brandi Maxiell in the worst way. Back story: Maxiell contracted the deadly disease at age 24, but...Show More Summary
Tom Delmore of crowsperch sent this little image. I think that for almost everyone it takes a lifetime to not only understand that what others think of us doesn't matter but to learn the greater truth, how you see yourself...
[EDITORIAL NOTE: For the past two days, this blog and The Elder Storytelling Place have been unavailable for long periods of time due to a denial of service attack at the host. It is being worked on. Such is the...
According to Chris and Heidi Powell, the celebrity-trainer power couple on the ABC show Extreme Weight Loss, "Anytime you deprive yourself of food, or of anything, all you want is what you can't have!" This is one of the major reasons...Show More Summary
With advancing age ever more cells in your body enter a state of senescence. They stop dividing and emit signals that both degrade surrounding tissue structures and raise the odds of nearby cells also becoming senescent. This is an adaptation...Show More Summary
The New York Police Department attempted to harness Twitter to drum up support today, but things haven’t exactly gone as planned. Earlier today, the official NYPD Twitter account asked followers to tweet photos of themselves with NYC police officers under … The post NYPD Twitter Campaign Backfires, Bigtime (PHOTOS) appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
We all know we shouldn't text while driving, right? Because if you are going 30 miles per hour, your car has gone 44 feet for every second you are looking down at your iPhone. Bad things can happen even at that speed. At 60mph, you go 88 feet per second. Show More Summary
Kelly Reilly plays a world-renowned neuroscientist with bipolar disorder who gets off on skipping her meds.
Sometimes smaller is better. This is especially true of left ventricular assist devices, the mechanically operated heart pumps that are implanted in heart failure patients to bridge them to transplantation.
There are few treatments available for the millions of people who suffer from migraines. New early-stage research offers new hope. Studies presented Tuesday at the American Academy of Neurology's annual meeting suggest that two new drugs may prevent migraines from happening. Show More Summary
Oh, you're going to look so good in the sunshine.
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. On CNN the former CBS reporter stands by her coverage of th...
Dan Eagle saw his rising star fade a bit after getting arrested for driving under the influence upon leaving a Taco Bell and blowing a red light in Tallahassee.
It looks like powdered alcohol is no longer approved, but we're still wondering how it's made
Meet our guest blogger of the week, San Francisco chef Kathy Fang, author of the blog Fangalicious, and general manager at SOMA's Fang Restaurant. She'll be sharing her Asian Fusion recipes all week long -- but you can also check out all these healthy, fresh dishes from our April issue while you wait (and/or drool.)
When is the most important moment? NOW. Who is the most important person? YOU. What is the most important thing to do? TAKE CARE. Practicing yoga means taking time get in touch with caring about ourselves—something that is essential to … The post Love Yourself: Why You Should Design a Self-Care Program appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
Cara and Glenn O’Neill’s life was shattered when they found out that their four year old daughter was suffering from a rare, and incurable neurological disorder. What made it worse was the news that there was perhaps a cure but not yet tested on humans. Show More Summary
Perhaps due to lack of or inconsistent insurance coverage, young adults age 18 to 25 tend to go to the doctor's office less often than children or adolescents, yet have higher rates of emergency room use, finds a study in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
It’s time for another Twitter chat about living with MS. Drs. Sanjay Gupta and Robert Fox join us this time Tomorrow – Wednesday, April 23rd at 1 pm ET – Everyday Health will be hosting another Twitter chat about living with MS. “Living Well With Multiple Sclerosis” will feature Dr Sanjay Gupta, MD, of Everyday Health [...]