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Keep Your Yoga Practice Strong While Traveling

6 hours agoFitness / Yoga : Yoga Journal

Krissy Jones, co-owner of Sky Ting Yoga, shares tips for the best revitalizing postures to practice while traveling. The post Keep Your Yoga Practice Strong While Traveling appeared first on Yoga Journal.

#54 of Our Most Amazing HIV-Positive People of 2016: Brenden Schucart

Carving out a role as a mercurial, HIV-positive millennial activist and artist, he's making an impact in the age of social media.

Friday Funny 1103: Exercise Tweets

Lots more funny things posted 10x a day on Steve in a Speedo

100 Pounds Lost, Type II Diabetes Gone, and High Blood Pressure Normalized After Going Primal

It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Friday as long as they keep […]

Alzheimer's Communication the Sender Message Receiver Model

Alzheimer's caregivers tend to get angry, confused, and frustrated. We also tend to blame persons living with dementia for being angry, confused, and frustrated. By Bob DeMarcoAlzheimer's Reading Room In every communication interaction there is a sender, message and receiver. Show More Summary

Rocket Fuel, Tart cherry energy elixir + GIVEAWAY

This post is sponsored by the Cherry Marketing Institute. I’m always looking for ways to improve my workout fuel game. Back in the day, I’d head out for a long run the night after a few cocktails, skip breakfast, and wonder why I hit a wall at mile 6. I’d feel frustrated that I couldn’t […]

Doctors fire back at bad Yelp reviews - and reveal patients' information online

6 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

Doctors, dentists and chiropractors have replied to negative comments by sharing specific details of their patients' care.

125 experts say Olympics must be moved or postponed because of Zika

6 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

The scientists say the world deserves a fresh assessment about risks and liabilities of holding the Games in Rio.

Schrödinger's cat just got even weirder (and even more confusing)

6 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

The researchers hope their findings will help make quantum computers a reality.

Meet the Women Proving You Can Be Fit at Any Size

Meet the plus-size #fitspos breaking down body stereotypes and proving that ‘fit’ women come in all shapes and sizes.

Medical News Today: Tissue regeneration may be easier with new blood vessel method

A new method using patient-derived 3-D scaffolds should make it easier to grow blood vessels that integrate lab-grown organs and tissue into patients.

Medical News Today: Fasting-mimicking diet shows promise against MS

A diet that mimics fasting reduced symptoms in mouse models of MS - reversing them in 20 percent of animals - and shows promise for use in human patients.

Sometimes I Fly Like an Eagle Sometimes I’m Deep in Despair: Hot Springs to Mile 407.6

We spent two blissful zero days in Hot Springs enjoying the local food and the company of trail family. When we walked out of town the next morning I felt completely refreshed and ready to tackle whatever the trail threw at us. The onslaught started right away. The trail north of town had been closed......

Researchers Identify Genetic Subtypes Linked to Increased Risk of Ovarian Cancer

Researchers in the Center for Immunotherapy at Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) have evaluated the human leukocyte antigen (HLA), a group of genes that help regulate the body's immune system, for underlying differences in ovarian cancer patients' response to therapy. Show More Summary

You'll see five 'spectacular' homes on this year's Long Beach Great Homes Tour

7 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Case Study architect Edward Killingsworth has long been admired in Long Beach, where he designed City Hall, the main library, the Long Beach Convention Center and the Performing Arts Center and Cal State Long Beach's Student Union. On Sunday, June 5, the nonprofit preservation group Long Beach...

Evaluación posterior a accidente cerebrovascular puede ayudar a identificar afecciones que son sus causas comunes

ESTIMADA MAYO CLINIC: ¿Se puede siempre descubrir la causa de un accidente cerebrovascular? Mi marido sufrió uno hace dos meses, a los 38 años, y ahora está casi completamente recuperado, pero los médicos nunca precisaron la causa. Yo quiero que él vaya donde un especialista para estar seguros que nada más anda mal… ¿es buena […]

Living With Cancer: Let Nature Help You Heal

Take steps to let nature help you heal Focusing on the little things that nature offers can take your mind away from stress. It also causes your body to relax instantly. Medical marijuana With medical marijuana now legal in several states, should you consider using it to ease pain and nausea? Know what to expect […]

Rising Prescription Pricing Has Dire Consequences

Last week, the New York Times reported that a Florida man killed his sick wife of 50 years because he was unable to afford her medicine. While murder as a solution is uncommon, it is all too easy to find fixed income or retired seniors struggling to pay for necessary medications or not taking medicines as prescribed due to cost. Show More Summary

5-Star Friday! Not a cancer ‘cure,’ a menstrual pain ‘off switch,’ and therapy for ‘text neck’

Here’s a quick note to draw attention to some of the 5-star efforts we’ve recently looked at: Our reviewers thought Maggie Fox of NBC did an exceptional job with her piece, Cancer drug Keytruda keeps some patients alive for 3 years.Show More Summary

The risks of active surveillance for men with intermediate-risk prostate cancers

Many men with prostate cancer benefit from active surveillance, in which treatment doesn't begin unless the cancer spreads. There has been some debate about whether this strategy is safe for men with intermediate-risk prostate cancer. Show More Summary

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