Ready to torch more cals? This article was written by Kit Fox and provided by our partners at Runner's World. You don’t need super heavy weights to torch calories. In fact, according to research from Human
Magazine As the once-vilified drug becomes more accepted, researchers around the world are trying to understand how it works and how it might fight disease. There’s nothing new about cannabis, of course.
So freakin' simple. So freakin' awesome. Hop off the treadmill, grab a seat, and check this out: Cardio is not the most effective way to reduce body fat. Without strength training, your weight-loss efforts
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - He leaves the toilet seat up, prefers old Japanese monster movies to romantic comedies and fancies mixed martial arts over ballet. So what do you have in common with your husband?
Multiple sclerosis sufferers may benefit from taking medical marijuana, according to a new study in the journal Neurology. MS patients who used marijuana either as a pill or as an oral spray found relief
I have to admit, I'm not much of an app person. I use Twitter and Pinterest more sparingly than I intend to, and I still maintain my daily to-do list using paper and pencil. But, I'm not oblivious to appeal
Raising the stakes Before it is impossible to wade into the beds I like to get all my staking done, so that those plants that need it can grow into their supports rather than be hauled back to the vertical
With all the nice warm weather in northern California, I decided that I wanted to build a few patio chairs to be able to enjoy evenings outside. With a limited budget (both time and money) I didn’t want
Health: Do It Yourself Take some steps to maintain your health. These articles do not reflect my professional medical advice nor do they reflect the views of my affiliated organizations. Rather they resonate with my personal perspective of daily healthy living. Start a conversation with your primary care physician who can provide the most appropriate recommendations!
We hear it daily, it seems: “Cut down processed food and eat more produce and grains.” Okay, fine. But processed has its upside (easy and cheap), while produce and grains have their downside (prep-heavy