Higher levels of maternal vitamin D during pregnancy have been linked to better muscle development in children, say researchers. The study on 678 children, published in Endocrine Research, showed vitamin
The skinny guy doesn't get cast as Hercules. Conversely, you can't just go down to the Gold's Gym in Venice Beach and hire some muscle head to play the lead in a big-budget 3-D movie. Acting chops to with
If you're like many Americans, you made a resolution to lose weight and get in shape in 2014. And, if you're like many Americans, you'll step on the scale a few days into your new diet and throw your up
It's a real heavyweight on the diet scene these days: intermittent fasting, a.k.a. IF (having ascended to heights where mere initials are enough). True, a fasting diet may not sound as appealing as, say,
Film left in Antarctic for 100 years coudn't be developed, right? Wrong. Even after 100 years, a picture is worth a thousand words. So why am I writing these words? Well, I'll tell you why: Because the
A new study examines the evidence for fuzz on non-avian dinosaurs. Were they fuzzy or were they flat-skinned? That's the great question now for dinosaur researchers. After surveying all the world's known
What happens when you attach several electrodes to your forehead, connect them via wires to a nine-volt battery and resistor, ramp up the current and send an electrical charge directly into your brain?