Saturday Stories: Animal Feelings, Essential Oils, and Sports Drinks
Ross Andersen, in The Atlantic, on the feelings of animals. Ranjana Srivastava, in The Guardian, on her patient who chose essential oils over chemoterapy. Christie Aschwanden...
3 hours ago - Weighty Matters
I'm a Chiropractor and a CrossFitter, and Here's What You Need to Know to Get Started
I just celebrated my three-year anniversary as a CrossFit athlete , and no one is more surprised than I am. As a sports chiropractor, I had a healthy dose of skepticism about...
20 hours ago - PopSugar
Short bursts of high-intensity exercise are BETTER for weight loss than longer sessions in the gym
Fast sprinting seemed to have the most profound effect on weight loss, although all high-intensity workouts were good, according to the British Journal of Sports Medicine study.
1 day ago - Daily Mail - 4 articles
Top Tips on How to Get Fit After 50
The video above features John Carter, who at 90 years of age still hikes, bikes, swims and plays sports. Doing a swan dive from the 10-foot dive board, he comments that no...
1 day ago - Mercola
Sports Are Important to Keep You Fit, Active as You Age
Research shows that playing sports and exercising in midlife promotes activity as men age. The benefits of sports may also surpass those of gym-based exercise.
1 day ago - Web MD
What Do You Need For Marathon Training?
“People who say running is a cheap sport have never run 26.2 miles.”
1 day ago - The Huffington Post
These Are the 26 Best Sports Movies Ever Made
"You're killin' me, Smalls!"
1 day ago - Mens health
1-Handed NFL Player Shaquem Griffin Met a Young Fan Missing Part of His Arm, and We Can't Stop Smiling
If you haven't heard the story of one-handed Seattle Seahawk linebacker Shaquem Griffin yet, prepare to be inspired. He was born with amniotic band syndrome, resulting in...
1 day ago - PopSugar
Mango leaf extract linked to sprint muscle performance
Supplementation with the polyphenol mangiferin combined with luteolin could enhance sporting performance, with improvements seen in muscle performance during a series of sprint...
1 day ago - NutraIngredients-USA
Aerobic Exercise May Speed Concussion Recovery in Teens
A new randomized trial adds evidence supporting the recovery benefits of subthreshold aerobic exercise for adolescents following a sports-related concussion. Medscape Medical News
1 day ago - Medscape
The headlines of Master Doctor
Higher Risk of CVDs in OSA Patients With Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
Adults with obstructive sleep apnea who experience excessive sleepiness while awake have a higher risk for cardiovascular diseases than those without excessive daytime sleepiness.
Genetics May Be a Factor in African-American Cigarette Preferences
New NCCIH-funded research suggests genetic factors drive African American preference for mentholated cigarettes.
Hands Don't Spread HPV, Study Finds
"Just because we detect HPV DNA in the hand doesn't necessarily mean the viral particles are viable or that there is enough to cause an infection," the study's lead author says.
Ohio Teen Gets Himself Vaccinated, Inspires Others
As he began to get various vaccinations, media reports about him multiplied, and so did the requests for information and guidance, questions and comments.
The gold standards for measuring liver health supplement efficacy in...
Unlike pharmaceuticals, the effects of nutritional supplements are subtle. We spoke with several contract research organizations that specialize in human clinical trials for...
Men who can do over 40 push-ups are at a 96% lower risk of heart disease...
Instead of long, arduous treadmill tests for heart health, doctors at Harvard University are now recommending push-ups, as doing over 10 indicates a young man's heart is...
Is Will Power All I Need To Achieve Self Control? Turns Out Not
Will power is one of the factors of self-control strategies, but just not the only one. Self-control strategies are influenced by behavior a lot.
How To Document Elderly Abuse And Report It?
New Geriatric Injury Documentation Tool could assist the physicians in finding out if the elderly individual has been abused or not.
The two types of preppers and what each one can teach you about survival
To an outsider, the prepping lifestyle may seem paranoid and unnecessary. But if you're curious about the world of preppers, keep an open mind so you can learn crucial skills...
Almost 50% of US teens NEVER see a doctor on their own, study finds
The nationally-representative survey by the University of Illinois at Chicago suggests that the rate of teens seeing physicians independently has barely changed in three decades.