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Your most common sneaker questions—answered

2 weeks agoHealth : Well Good NYC

You asked. We consulted the experts. Check out the specific shoe recs for flat feet, CrossFit junkies, and more.

Weekend Link Love – Edition 413

Research of the Week Take a deep breath and relax (but only if someone tells you to). Exposure to nature can reduce aggressive behavior and negative emotions in prison inmates. How much water you drink affects the color of your pee, says science. Americans are still fatter than they were 20 years ago. A mutation that […]

The Paleo Paradox

Photographs by Erica Helgas. Lifestyle: The typical way of life of an individual, group, or culture. -- Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary Fad Diet: Any of a number of weight-reduction diets that either eliminate one or more of the essential food groups, or recommend consumption of one type of food in excess at the expense of other foods. Show More Summary

Making Mayo’s Recipes: Strawberry Mockarita

Are you searching for healthy recipes? Seeking something new for the home menu? Mayo Clinic is launching a series of easy, healthy recipes created by the executive wellness chef and registered dietitians at the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program. Each Thursday one of the 100 tasty video recipes will be featured on the Mayo Clinic News […]

It's Time To Retire The Rape Test Kit Backlog

Like many people, I was shocked and outraged over the lax punishment handed down to a young man who attempted to rape an unconscious peer of his at Stanford University last year. That case, and the judge's inexplicable decision to impose...Show More Summary

Knee Pain? This Rolling Technique Is a Quick Fix

2 weeks agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Knees tend to take the brunt of all of our workouts, right? Unless you're purely doing low-impact exercises and happen to have superstrong legs with wildly flexible IT bands, you've probably experienced knee pain now and then. Related...Show More Summary

Has the obsession with LaCroix officially gone too far?

2 weeks agoHealth : Well Good NYC

The popular brand has gotten a major makeover at the Whole Foods in Williamsburg.

Barre Tabata Workout {video}

Whaaaaaaaat. Happy Tabata Thursday, friends! Remember the good ol’ days when I used to post a Tabata workout on Thursday mornings? (And, you know, actually update my YouTube channel every so often.) Well, I’m back in video action. It felt so good to set up the tripod and film a couple of new workouts to […]

Trampoline Your Way to a Killer Body

2 weeks agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Did you know that trampolining is an actual Olympic sport? That's sure to qualify your favorite childhood activity as a totally legitimate workout. In this episode of Hannahgram, Hannah Bronfman stopped by JumpLife, a trampoline workout studio in NYC, to learn all about how you can incorporate the trampoline into your training routine, even if you're not going for the gold.

Mayo Clinic Radio: The Stigma of Vaginal Atrophy

According to the North American Menopause Society (NAMS), up to 45 percent of postmenopausal women find sex painful, but fewer than a quarter of those women seek treatment. Part of the reason women stay quiet might just be the name used to describe the condition — vaginal atrophy. To combat the stigma, the NAMS and the […]

Smart Tips For Creating An Effective To-Do List

I often give me clients an empowerment exercise of de-cluttering the mind. Part of that exercise includes writing a to-do list. The purpose of the exercise is to get everything out of your mind and onto paper. It's a great way to relieve...Show More Summary

Why We Suffer | Diggin’ Deep in the Psyche with Psychotherapist Peter Michaelson

Suffering gets old, doesn't it? Still, most days we somehow muster the inspiration and drive to grab us some more. And then there's the rut-factor, stripping us of the will to creatively challenge our demons. If you've had enough, you need hope. Perhaps you'll find it in "Why We Suffer"...

Here's Exactly How to Watch Olympic Gymnastics, With Tips From Gold Medalist Mary Lou Retton

Image Source: Getty / Alex Livesey / Staff Mary Lou Retton is pretty familiar with what a perfect 10 looks and feels like - after all, she did it twice in a row on the vault at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, becoming the first American...Show More Summary

In the Loop: Andrew Yori, Mayo’s Own K-9 Ninja!

Andrew Yori doesn't strike us as a gambling man. But if he were, we're guessing he might have bet against himself making it to the American Ninja Warrior finals in Las Vegas. As we've reported, Andrew, a lab technician at Mayo Clinic's Rochester campus, was thrilled just to make it to the Indianapolis qualifier. "This […]

Nadia Comaneci Remembers the Perfect 10 That Changed Olympic Gymnastics Forever

2 weeks agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Nadia Comaneci was just 14 years old when she stepped onto the floor at the 1976 Olympic games in Montreal. The tiny dynamo, her brown hair tied back in ribbons, wowed the audience as she sailed through a complex uneven-bars routine - one that would earn her the very first perfect 10 in Olympic gymnastics history. Show More Summary

9 Signs You're In A Relationship With A Raging Narcissist

This post was originally published on Techealthiest. We are in the midst of an amazing month focused on healthy narcissism on Techealthiest. In the spirit of understanding what we mean by the healthy version of narcissism, I'm goingShow More Summary

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