It’s been been more than 30 years since activist and author Sean Strub was diagnosed with HIV, and every year since that moment he’s been making a major impact in the fight for justice for people with HIV. read more
In the days following the death of yoga legend, B.K.S. Iyengar, those who knew, studied with, or simply admired him pay tribute online.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to use a compass for off-trail navigation, I’ll be co-teaching an Appalachian Mountain Club Compass Navigation course on Friday September, 25, 2014 – Sunday, September 28, 2014, with Grid-finisher Joe Comuzzi, who’s been teaching this class for some 30 years, and taught me. The class will be held […]
Mama-to-be Ali Larter glowed as she walked the red carpet at a Pampers event in New York City on Wednesday(August 20th). The post Ali Larter Attends Pampers Celebration in NYC appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
At least 70 people have died in the northern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo from an outbreak of hemorrhagic gastroenteritis, the World Health Organization said Thursday.
A reader asks: Spray-on sunscreen has airborne particles that can spread or be inhaled, or can get into one’s eyes. Is this safe?
Often ignored by front-rank architects, left to corporate specialists who churn out too many heartless buildings, hospitals are a critical frontier for design.
We road-tested Rise, an app that provides nutritional guidance from an RD via your smartphone, during an always potentially treacherous week of dining in New York.
The #WeekendWorkout is into its sixth week and we're challenging you to prove yourself.
Former Olympian Matt Shirvington takes us through what's fueling his body with during his six-week transformation
Follow this rule to figure out when to push and when to back off
Happy Thursday! With both kids still home this week my brain is frazzled! I don’t want to wish them away to school (ok, I kind of do) but I also can’t wait until we have a weekly routine again. The 3-Year-Old starts his new pre-school on Monday and the 9-Year-Old goes into FOURTH GRADE on [...]
Several times a year, eye surgeons from the University of Utah's Moran Eye Center set up medical eye camps in some of the most neglected corners of the world, including South Sudan, Micronesia, Haiti, Bolivia and Myanmar. The medical...Show More Summary
Think that your before-bed habits are the only thing affecting your quality of sleep? Guess again. Your habits all day long can have major implications on how you feel when you hit the hay. Read up to get the best shut-eye possible! Morning Keep...Show More Summary
Very few people become centenarians, making it to the old age of 100 years. As you pass 80 and 90 years of age your past and current lifestyle choices start to diminish in significance, while genetic variations gain a growing influence on your survival as an increasingly damaged and frail individual. Show More Summary
It’s not easy being lonely. But there’s something you can do about it. Here are some ideas. read more
Hi, I'm back from a trail-riding trip in the Chilcotin Mountains of British Columbia. Long quiet days on the horses, through woods and flower-filled meadows. Expansive views. Not many people. It's a bit hard to come back...But lots of blog topics have piled up. Watch this space next week.
A recent survey showed a sharp rise in addictions that exacerbated by social stigma.