Debbie Schuster

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New Green Playground in Brooklyn Designed to Prevent Flooding, Improve Health of City's Waterways

This month, Brooklyn’s P.S. 261 unveiled a new green playground designed to absorb storm water runoff and thereby prevent flooding from the Gowanus …

The 20 coolest ways Wii Fit U makes you less of a couch potato

The ultimate threat to Wii Fit U is … cookies. Delicious, fattening holiday cookies. I thought I’d test how well Nintendo’s latest fitness game works by playing it over the holidays, the toughest time to keep the pounds off, and, well, I saw mixed results.<p>No, I didn’t lose any weight. But I did …

10 Health Benefits of Yoga

Shares 1K<p>By Justine Thorner<p>Can yoga change your life? If you ask most practicing yogis they will respond with a definitive “Yes.” And perhaps it is …

Easy Yoga Pose for Insomnia Relief: Legs Up the Wall

Trouble sleeping? Here’s a super <b>easy yoga pose for insomnia relief: Legs up the Wall</b>. A good night’s sleep is critical to having a good day, so try …

Great Yoga Stretches for Runners

It's important for runners to stretch in order to improve flexibility, which helps prevent injuries. The following sequence of yoga stretches targets …

20 Foods an Athlete Would Never Eat

Top-performing athletes know that nutrition is king when it comes to gaining an edge over their competitors. However, no matter what your goal …

19 Amazing Facts About Your Heart (Infographic)

Your heart. You probably don’t think about it often, yet it continues to pump with its faithful, steady beat — carrying blood to all your …

Fit Teens Have Lower Risk Of Heart Attack Later In Life, Study Shows

Staying in shape as a teen could pay off later on in life, a new study suggests.<p>Published in the European Heart Journal, the study shows that fit teens have a lower risk of experiencing a heart attack 30 to 40 years in the future.<p>However, being fit does not seem to "fully compensate for being …