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Don’t Be a Turkey

Because I come from a retail family — one that, for decades, put in long hours behind cash registers and in stock rooms — Christmas is not a holiday we particularly look forward to arriving. We enjoyed it, when the day came. But often in my youth, we were so tired on ol’ Dec. 25 […] The post Don’t Be a Turkey appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.

Big Bend Outer Mountain Loop TX

If I return to Big Bend National Park it will be to hike the Outer Mountain Loop. Backcountry permits are required for all overnight backpacking trips in the park and can be obtained at the Chisos Basin Visitor Center (or … Continue reading ?

12 Health Podcasts I’m Enjoying Lately

I love podcasts. They might be my favorite part of the Internet revolution. World-class lectures on every topic. Interviews with experts from every field. Hilarious comics ripping on each other. And it’s all free. Today, I’m going to list some of the health podcasts I’m enjoying lately. First, check out the post I did several years back. Show More Summary

Podcast: Victor Montori – Mayo Clinic MD calls for patient revolution

Having a conversation with Victor Montori you can almost feel your hair blow back. If he were introduced at a medical conference you’d probably get something like this: Mayo Clinic diabetes physician, author of roughly 600 publications,...Show More Summary

Singer Carnie Wilson Says Howard Stern Secretly Weighed Her and Fat-Shamed Her On Air

Post by Kathleen Wong. On CBS's The Talk, Carnie Wilson of the musical group Wilson Phillips revealed that she was fat-shamed and secretly weighed while appearing as a guest on The Howard Stern Show in 1999. Nine weeks prior, WilsonShow More Summary

A pharma sales army aims to increase ‘fibroid awareness’; women’s health experts brace for collateral damage

Women’s health advocates have long battled for wider recognition of the problems caused by fibroids, noncancerous growths on the uterus that can cause bloating, discomfort and heavy menstrual bleeding. Getting women to talk about their fibroids has been viewed as a way to break the stigma around the condition and encourage more research and better […]

Tracking Your Food: How Accurate Do You Need to Be to See Results?

If you're serious about dropping some pounds (and keeping them off!), it's important to take note of what you eat. You may even consider tracking what you're eating either by counting calories or macronutrients, or keeping a food log of some sort. Show More Summary

Camping Titanium Multi Utensil

2 weeks agoFitness / Hiking :

Weighing 0.7oz (20 grams) Click PLAY or watch it on Vimeo. Looks good to me. I’d carry one. It’s now available for sale £39.99.   That was a Kickstarter project – THE MUNCHER – Titanium Multi Utensil Advertisements

In need of scrutiny: Misleading stem cell claims by academic medical centers

While there has been significant news media coverage of proprietary clinics that hawk unproven stem cell “treatments” to vulnerable patients, much less attention has been paid to misleading stem cell claims made by elite academic medical centers. Marketing messages of some top research institutions strongly suggest that certain stem cell therapies benefit patients, when in […]

Paleo Success Story: Competitive Drive

The post Paleo Success Story: Competitive Drive appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. It’s one thing to read about why eating Paleo foods and living a Paleo lifestyle is great for you.  It’s another to constantly see the changes that people just like you are achieving. Show More Summary

Thanks but no thanks, CareRooms. The NHS badly needs staff, not beds | Rachel Clarke

Where do we even start with the Airbnbification of the NHS? Not only are there basic concerns about safety and accountability, it’s not even useful• Rachel Clarke is a palliative care doctor There’s only so much glumness a secretary of state for health can take. Show More Summary

To those who take antibiotics – the resistance crisis is not your fault | Hannah Flynn

A new government campaign suggesting that growing antimicrobial resistance is the fault of patients is lazy and dishonest Singing and dancing pills are the latest weapon to be pulled out of the NHS’s public health armoury, in a last-ditch battle to beat antibiotic resistance. Show More Summary

8 Mistakes Preventing You From Raising the Barre

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Feel like that exorbitant barre price tag should come with a lifetime latte subscription or at least better results? Scope out this checklist to ensure you're maximizing your class experience. Working smarter (not harder) in one of these ways could effectively improve your relevés - and revelations. 1. Show More Summary

What can your period tell you about the state of your health?

Bodyform’s new sanitary towel ad uses red liquid to represent period discharge – about bloody time. Making menstruation more visible in advertising – and conversation – is good for us Bodyform has broken convention: the feminine hygiene brand’s latest sanitary towel advert is the first to use red liquid. Show More Summary

Why Do We Keep Resurrecting the Cautionary Medical Tale?

Want to listen to this article out loud? Hear it on Slate Voice. When the first Flatliners movie came out in 1990, it received mixed reviews. Critics praised the novelty of its premise—a group of medical students repeatedly kill and revive themselves as a means of understanding and overcoming death—but lamented its heavy-handed delivery. Show More Summary

Can You Cure Autism?

This story originally appeared on Spectrum and has been republished here with permission. From the moment her 18-month-old son Sam was diagnosed with autism, Elizabeth B., or Liz, found it difficult to accept. When Sam failed to make...Show More Summary

Everest – Beyond the Edge [2013]

Beyond the Edge is a 2013 New Zealand 3D docudrama about Tenzing Norgayand Sir Edmund Hillary‘s historical ascent of Mount Everest in 1953. As well as featuring dramatised recreations shot on location on Everest and in New Zealand, the film includes original footage and photographs from what was then … Continue reading ?

This Powerful Video Will Change the Way You See Your Scars

Post by Kathleen Wong. Take a second and think about your body in its entirety. Are there any marks or scars that come right to mind? I would bet my money on yes. As our bodies make their way through life, every single one will gain a scar at sometime or another. Show More Summary

10 beautiful hikes

2 months agoFitness / Hiking :

The Grand Canyon Rim to Rim Hike Trail The Kalalau Hike in Hawaii The Laugavegur Trail, Iceland Hike Tour du Mont Blanc Hike Mount Rinjani Volcano Hike Eruption The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Hike The Wadi Numeira Siq … Continue reading ?

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