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Top Five Mobility Limitations in CrossFit Athletes

No Comment<p>Today's Guest Post is from Dr. Zach Long, of thebarbellphysio.com! You can actually take what he is posting here and apply it to any …

Physiotherapy

How a plant knows friend from foe - Futurity

Soil is crowded. Tens of thousands of bacteria, fungi, and roots share the same space. So how does a plant know friendly bacteria from enemy invaders?

Adam Smith’s Underappreciated Wisdom on Benevolence, Happiness, and Kindness

“Man naturally desires, not only to be loved, but to be lovely; or to be that thing which is the natural and proper object of love.”<p><i>“Spiritual health and material well-being are not enemies: they are natural allies,”</i> wrote E.F. Schumacher in his timeless clarion call for “Buddhist economics,” …

The 7 Reasons That Science Says You Should Pay For Experience, Not Things

Planning a vacation this summer? You’ve chosen to spend your money in the way that’s going to give you the most happiness.<p>Your big travel plans might seem like a waste of money. What will you come back with, besides some photos on your phone and a few memories. If you bought a TV with that money …

Happiness

Another Sign That Fatherhood In The U.S. Is Radically Changing

Fathers in the U.S. are carving out a new path on work-family balance. Call it the daddy track.<p>With the “mommy track,” working women unwillingly get placed on a lower-status career path after having a kid. On the daddy track, fathers choose to scale back careers in order to better manage work and …

Relax into the moment and let the universe do the driving. If there was a secret to happiness in life, I’d say that was it.

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Why Time Slows Down When We’re Afraid, Speeds Up as We Age, and Gets Warped on Vacation

Given my soft spot for famous diaries, it should come as no surprise that I keep one myself. Perhaps the greatest gift of the practice has been the daily habit of reading what I had written on that day a year earlier; not only is it a remarkable tool of introspection and self-awareness, but it also …

Re-Find Health | Going back to go forward

Emily DeansPosted on<p>Christopher KellyPosted on<p>Ron EhrlichPosted on<p>Michael RoessleinPosted on<p>Adam NallyPosted on<p>Deborah GordonPosted on<p>Sachin …

Lab Tests You Should Ask Your Doctor For (Or Order Yourself)

I am often asked by both clients and blog readers what general lab tests I recommend for tracking overall health, particularly when a person does not …

Diabetes

Anne Lamott on How We Endure and Find Meaning in a Crazy World

“The world is always going to be dangerous, and people get badly banged up, but how can there be more meaning than helping one another stand up in a wind and stay warm?”<p>We live in a culture of dividedness and fragmentation of the self. When we contemplate what it takes to live a full life, we extol …

Can Free-Range and Helicopter Parents Agree About Money?

I grew up in the days of freedom. Free-range parenting was alive and well. We rode our bikes to school and hung out with the neighborhood kids after school. We invented games and never seemed to be bored. We had to be home at dusk, and we were. We were supposed to do our homework, and we did. We …

The Secrets of Personal Finance

I managed to totally screw things up for myself at the ages of 20, 22, 24, 29, 33, 37, and 40 so I decided to write everything I know about so-called …

Uncommon Genius: Stephen Jay Gould on Why Dot-Connecting Is the Key to Creativity

<i>“Originality often consists in linking up ideas whose connection was not previously suspected,”</i> wrote W. I. B. Beveridge in the fantastic 1957 tome <i>The Art of Scientific Investigation</i>. <i>“The role of the imagination is to create new meanings and to discover connections that, even if obvious, seem to</i> …

Ink'd Girls

Ink'd Girls

On vacation after my first year in my PhD program in microbiology, and I might say that it’s well deserved! My second submission! <3

Ink'd Girls

Dr. Oz and Nutritional Supplements: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

2014 Weinberg College Convocation Address by Daniel Pink

Ink'd Girls

How to read and understand a scientific paper: a guide for non-scientists

Note: An unabridged version of this article was originally posted on <i>Violent Metaphors</i>, the blog of Dr. Jennifer Raff. This summary has been posted …

Heidi Roizen: “Today Everything Is Relationship-Driven”

Master networker Heidi Roizen on what has changed — and what hasn’t — about professional networking in the era of social media.<p>If you don't know …

The World’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies In Food

Newly engineered foods. A TV show satirizing Big Ag. Farming practices that reduce greenhouse gases. Here are the companies that are cooking up new ideas and changing how we think about our food.<p>1. Beyond Meat<p><b>For rerouting agriculture’s environmental impact.</b> Meat production, which results in …

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Is Overtraining Real?

If you watch the right reality television shows, you can learn a lot about how to be a better athlete.<p>I'm not talking about <i>Real Housewives</i> of the …

How to Win an Argument About Nutrition

I've personally stopped getting into arguments about nutrition online, because it is time consuming and frustrating.<p>But I know that a lot of people …

Nutrition