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The fit guy's guide to human growth hormone

A "miracle drug," the "fountain of youth"—human growth hormone (HGH) has a strong reputation for solving pretty much every health concern a …

Sugar, explained

Sugar is the dietary villain of our day. But the science is complicated.<p>First it was too many calories. Then it was too much fat. Now there’s a full-on war on sugar, our latest dietary enemy No. 1.<p>In health policy and nutrition science circles, this single nutrient is taking up a lot of oxygen …

Diabetes

Here’s Your Chance To Understand 3-D Printing Once and For All

A full look at the societal impact—from medical to creative to economic—of 3D-printing technology.<p>With its amazing ability to replicate handmade crafts, collapse the development timeline of health initiatives, and, inexplicably bringing modern society closer to understanding its own humanity —3D …

3D Printing

Best apps to increase your productivity

It’s that time of year again when people are drawing up resolutions that they may or may not, most likely not, keep for the next 12 months. Almost …

Apps

Doctors Reveal the Easy Changes You Can Make For Your Health This Year | Men's Health

Doctors Reveal the 9 Best Health Hacks For 2018<p>Try them to make this your healthiest year yet<p>shutterstock<p>Getting healthy is one of the top five New Year’s resolutions people make each year, data research firm Statistic Brain found.<p>But while the intention is admirable, the execution often leaves …

The Minimalist’s Guide To Productivity

When it comes to your to-do list, more does not equal better. Here's how to (productively) pare down your daily routine.

Minimalism

The Truth About a High-Protein, Low-Carb Diet

Widely publicized diets, such as high protein and low carbohydrates, seem so promising. It’s no wonder so many of us have tried—or considered—them. …

5 Task List Fails to Avoid

Whether you’re managing a multi-million dollar project or planning out what needs to be done for a visit during the holidays, the chances are you …

Ending Lower Back Pain

Anyone who has suffered from back pain will tell you: It’s the f$cking worst. To learn how to treat it effectively—not to mention prevent it in the …

Pain

The case against sugar

A potent toxin that alters hormones and metabolism, sugar sets the stage for epidemic levels of obesity and diabetes<i>By Gary Taubes</i>Read at Aeon

Diabetes

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As I first wrote about last week, LifeMiles is offering a special bonus on purchased miles for readers of OMAAT, and <b>the last day to register for the</b> …

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The Sugar Wars

Science can’t prove it and the industry denies it, but Gary Taubes is convinced that the sweet stuff kills.<p>“I hope that when you have read this book I shall have convinced you that sugar is really dangerous,” wrote John Yudkin in his foghorn-sounding treatise on nutrition from 1972, <i>Pure, White and</i> …

Diabetes

The myth of self-control

Psychologists say using willpower to achieve goals is overhyped. Here’s what actually works.<p>As the Bible tells it, the first crime committed was a lapse of self-control. Eve was forbidden from tasting the fruit on the tree of knowledge. But the temptation was too much. The fruit was just so …

Psychology

Overuse and misuse of antibiotics leading to rise of resistant strains of pathogenic bacteria

Prolonged preventive antibiotics after surgical incision closure do not prevent infections, but they do change the composition of bacteria in the …

Medicine

Earthing: How bare feet and solid ground can add up to good health

Every night, Maureen Tiedemann goes to sleep on an earthing sheet. Wrapped around her king-size mattress, the sheet – laced with conductive silver fibres – has a small cord and plug that connects into the circular hole of a three-pronged electrical socket – the grounding line that literally …

Native Americans

Transforming Your Mindset: 4 Ways to Boost Productivity

Your mindset is your filter for the information you put in and put out. It determines how your receive information and how you react to information. …

Self-improvement

Scientists Have Found a Sixth Taste - And It Explains Our Love of Carbs

Salty, sweet, sour, bitter, umami, and... starchy?<p>Scientists have found evidence that humans can pick up a sixth taste associated with …

Nutrition

NLP Tip: The “Worry-No-More” Technique

There are certain anxieties of life that may be necessary.<p>Worrying about your children in reasonable doses for example, can help you to take …

Are you micromanaging your mind?

<i></i><i>GTD® wisdom from David Allen on trusting your system and getting to the place where you are truly thinking about things, not of them.</i> One of the …

Entrepreneurship

The 98-Year-Old Productivity Method You Should Still Use Today

One of the best productivity methods comes from an age before personal computers and iPhones, when the closest thing to a push notification was the …

NOMATIC Travel Bag “The Most Functional Travel Bag Ever!” (video)

If you are in search of the ultimate travel bag, then the new NOMATIC Travel Bag might be worth more investigation and has already raised over $1 …

This is how sugar may 'fuel' cancer cells

If you saw the recent headlines connecting gallbladder cancer to the consumption of sugary sodas, you may not have been <i>too</i> surprised by the news. America’s obsession with sugar has been blamed for plenty of chronic diseases in recent years, including several types of cancer.<p>But what is it, exactly, …

Why Runners Need Magnesium

<i>Why magnesium is an important part of any runner’s diet, and a list of foods rich in the mineral.</i><p><b>Q: I recently had a blood test that showed a</b> …

Using The Ivy Lee Method to Attain Peak Producitivity

<i>This column is by entrepreneur & entrepreneurship researcher James Clear</i><p>By 1918, Charles M. Schwab was one of the richest men in the world.<p>Schwab was …

There’s a powerful hack to remember something new you’ve just learned

The more we understand how our bodies and brains work, the more we realize that what’s good for the body is often good for the brain. In recent years, for instance, many studies have shown that a powerful way to improving your memory is to exercise.<p>A new study even provides a hack to remember …

The Brain