For longer than I have allowed myself to believe, the iPhone has been called a scanner that fits in your pocket. But if I wanted a high-quality copy of an old photograph, I still sought out a flatbed presuming
(CNN) — Normally, science advances by trial and error. When an experiment fails, researchers question assumptions, formulate new ideas and then design better studies. But the field of nutrition is having
Calorie-tracking apps like MyFitnessPal and MyNetDiary are no fun to use. Logging all your meals is a tedious chore, and unlike fitness apps that praise you for your hard work, diet apps tend to just you
Use this as motivation to never skip leg day again! About a year ago, I decided to fully dedicate myself to transforming my legs. Which might sound funny, given that I’m the Fitness Director of Men’s But
Researchers pitted a low-weight workout program against heavy lifting for 12 weeks. Here’s what happened Bro wisdom says that if you want to get big, you have to lift heavy. But emerging science begs differ.
Wham. Nuti-Loaf. Choplets. FriChik. If you grew up Seventh-day Adventist then you are no stranger to these names. If you did not grow up in and around the Seventh-day Adventist community then you may scratching
In the wake of the State Department's European travel alert, we asked a travel expert how to travel safely on the continent. Understandably, anybody with plans to travel to Europe in the near future is
Republican leadership says it’s shocked by the Donald, but party prejudice created him. Take it from a black woman who spent 20 years on the inside. What is all of this fake shock and awe over Donald about?
When you fly a lot for work, as I do, you check your frequent-flier mile balance often, to provide data for competitive commiseration. “Eighteen flights this year already, fourteen hotel nights in eleven
There's an adage that says the best camera is the one you have with you, and for most MacRumors readers, that's an iPhone. On popular photography site Flickr, the iPhone has long been the most popular
You won’t be able to put down this protein-packed sandwich Editor’s note: This recipe is part of our free online exercise and nutrition program, Cook & Chisel: Fast and Lean. (Click the link to see the
There was a time, in the distant past, when studying nutrition was a relatively simple science. In 1747, a Scottish doctor named James Lind wanted to figure out why so many sailors got scurvy, a disease
A new PBS documentary and Bon Appetit’s January issue espouse a radically moderate approach to eating. Abstinence, we are usually told around this time of year, makes the heart grow stronger. It’s why