Next time: Slow and steady. Ever woken up the day after a workout and wondered what you did to deserve such pain? I’m talking about soreness. That pain can stem from several sources, and understanding
Quitting smoking, being social, and exercising more can boost your brain health. Dementia has long been thought of as an inevitable part of aging, but researchers are increasingly learning that’s not true.
There's even more evidence that one type of exercise is the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have
• A growing body of evidence finds that cardio exercise is the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have.• Cardio, otherwise known as aerobic exercise, has been tied to benefits ranging from better
Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in the United States. It affects over 15 million adults annually, or 6-7 percent of the entire adult population. It is so common, in fact, nearly
Morrie and Betty Markoff, 103 and 100, say that there’s no particular secret to their very long marriage, other than tolerance, respect and luck. But why has Morrie never told Betty that he loves her?
By Carolyn Hax Carolyn Hax Advice columnist Email Bio Follow Dear Carolyn: My ex just missed my daughter’s birthday. He was supposed to see her today and apparently forgot all about it. She’s 5. I’m just
Amazon’s new stores track what you pick off the shelves and bill your account for it later – and that’s just part of what’s coming in retail Amazon may be set to bring its hi-tech till-free stores to UK
Early English alabaster Virgin and Child that withstood the Reformation and the French Revolution dates from 14th century She has survived state-sponsored destruction, revolution in Europe and the ravages
It is always an out-of-the-way pleasure to visit the Ethiopians who live on the roof of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Now another surprise about this ancient civilisation has arrived Oxford:
The five novels you need to read this year, plus recommendations from the authors. Version Control by Dexter Palmer Okay, why should I read Version Control? Version Control is work of speculative fiction—basically