Whether you're new to running or have a few races under your belt, the way you run might be the reason you can't seem to shake off those lead legs. Take a look at this checklist to be sure you aren't holding yourself back with these running mistakes. Show More Summary
Post by Jodi Meltzer. Zoe Saldana is catching some heat for her ALS ice bucket challenge video. Instead of doing it herself, she enlisted her husband... and turned to the side to reveal the reason why: Zoe Saldana has a baby bump. The Guardians of the Galaxy actress finally acknowledged she's preggers after months of speculation. Show More Summary
A combination of antidepressants and therapy work to help severely depressed patients recover
Post by Maressa Brown. If you're trying for a baby, you've probably hit your local pharmacy for a prenatal vitamin. Most OB/GYNs will tell women to start taking these supplements as much as one to three months before they're even pregnant!...Show More Summary
The actress wrote about her long struggle in a column published in Glamour magazine.
Life is definitely a beach for Zachary and Elijah Furnish-John! The boys were photographed hanging out on a yacht in St. Tropez with their dads Elton John and David Furnish. The post Elton John and David Furnish Vacation in St. Tropez With Their Boys! appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
Get in, get out, and look fabulous: these post-workout beauty hacks from Self are ingenious. Most of us have a post-workout beauty routine that's basically a mad dash from locker to shower to mirror to door-with a quick swipe of lip balm and a one-minute hairstyle in between. Show More Summary
As brain surgeons test new procedures and drugs to treat conditions ranging from psychiatric disorders to brain cancer, accuracy is becoming an ever-greater issue. In treating the brain, the state of the art today starts with images from a magnetic resonance (MR) scanner, usually made a few days before surgery. Show More Summary
We can bring peace to the Middle East... with the 12 Steps. Seriously.
Scientists at Seattle Children's Research Institute have discovered an area of the brain that could control a person's motivation to exercise and participate in other rewarding activities - potentially leading to improved treatments for depression.
Paleontologists know plenty about our nearest human cousins, the Neanderthals. They know that this highly successful species walked the Earth for some 300,000 years (we’ve been around for less than 200,000). They know the Neanderthals kept their caves surprisingly tidy; that they ate things other than raw meat; that they practiced recycling, wore jewelry and…
Jimmy Fallon is on a juice cleanse, and based on his loopy behavior on last night's The Tonight Show, it must be getting the better of him. Juice cleanses have been all the rage for years, but most experts agree that going on a juice fast is unnecessary for ridding your body of toxins. Show More Summary
BKS Iyengar, yoga guru and pioneer, credited for bringing yoga to the West, has passed away at age 95. A longtime teacher and author, Iyengar’s advice on yoga and life was nearly as well-known as his yoga teaching. Here are … The post 8 Quotes From BKS Iyengar on Yoga, Life & Freedom appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
Research from Columbia University Medical Center shows that nerves may play a critical role in stomach cancer growth and that blocking nerve signals using surgery or Botox(r) (onabotulinumtoxinA) could be an effective treatment for the disease.
A UCLA-led study has identified a protein that appears to play a key role in protecting people infected with the tuberculosis bacteria from developing the active form of the disease. The findings could help doctors identify people who are at the greatest risk for developing disease as well as target new treatment strategies. Show More Summary
Ticks can be a problem year-round, but they pose the most threat in warmer summer months. These disease carriers could be harmful to humans and pets alike. A veterinarian and renowned tick expert explains common myths about ticks and how people can protect themselves and their pets from the blood-sucking pests.
Researchers for the first time have effectively treated monkeys infected with the deadly Marburg virus, even when the treatment began days after the animals were exposed and had begun showing symptoms, according to a new study. Read full article >>
Ebola and Marburg belong to the filovirus family, and encouraging results from a gene-based therapy against Marburg could jump-start a similar treatment for Ebola
I have always told my kids that it’s good to be a little crazy. Crazy is INTERESTING, I remind them. I've had to say it to save face, because we are basically a family of oddballs. read more
The Hammer is stopped on one side of the trail. I am stopped at another. We are both within ten feet of crossing the Pipeline aid station timing pad, 75 miles into a 103.5-mile race. Maybe I’ve had a more surreal moment in my life, but none come to mind. Why is she stopped here? When did [...]