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13 Eggs Benedict Recipes Bound to Cure Boring Breakfasts

<i>Header image: CHOW</i>Eggs Benedict. One of those dishes that we all love but are a little too intimidated to make at home. Poaching the perfect eggs and …

Breakfast

58 Dishes to Bring to an Outdoor Party

Not all food is ready to withstand hungry hordes and sit outside in the hot, hot heat. That's why these 58 dishes exist.

Healthy Eating

Best American beach campsites | CNN Travel

CNN

10 Of The Best Plyometric Exercises You Probably Aren't Doing

Nothing screams "celebration" quite like jumping around with excitement. And we here at The Huffington Post are literally jumping for joy in celebration of the company's 10th birthday. We decided to throw some fitness clothes into the mix and make a workout of it!<p>Here are 10 of our favorite …

34 Healthy Energy Bars You Can Make at Home

Everyone loves a great bar. In this case, we're talking about the kind you can pack as a perfectly portable meal or snack (though we love bars with …

Why hip flexors are a major cause of Low back pain and what to do about it

Low back pain is blight on society with it costing the NHS approximately 4.2 billion pounds a year. Sufferers of back pain often find it very …

Yoga

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Prognostic factors of Complaints of Arm, Neck and/or Shoulder

Complaints of the arm, neck or shoulder (CANS) are frequently reported musculoskeletal conditions. To gain insight in prognostic factors of CANS that …

PubMed

Movement Health – What is it? And what is its role in injury prevention and rehabilitation.

Movement health is highly topical right now as the leading lights in this field underline the need to consider movement professionals as lifespan …

Pain Really Is All In Your Head. Emotion Controls Intensity

When you whack yourself with a hammer, it feels like the pain is in your thumb. But really it's in your brain.<p>That's because our perception of pain is shaped by brain circuits that are constantly filtering the information coming from our sensory nerves, says David Linden, a professor of …

The Brain

Scapula Stability Exercises, Challenging Current Practice : A guest article by Chris Littlewood

<b>So yet again I am pleased to give you another fantastic</b> <b>guest article, this time from Chris Littlewood a physio and a research fellow at the</b> …

Biomechanics

Three Things You Should Know About ICD-10

Nearly 30 years ago (soon after the launch of ICD-9), the World Health Organization began working on the tenth edition of the International …

Crowdsourcing

Why?: Answers to Everyday Scientific Questions by Joel Levy

This sweeping science book for young adults is just plain fun to read, being packed with interesting scientific facts that are clearly written and carefully researched.<p>If you're a parent or teacher, you probably are asked "why questions" by young people several dozen times each day. Why can't we …

Let’s Stop Naming Mass Shooters In Our Reporting

A mass shooting is a performance. Repeating the name of the shooter makes him a star.<p>I got an email from an MSNBC producer Monday: "Topic: Another Mass Shooting. Theme: Why Does This Keep Happening?"<p>I'm sick of that question. Here's mine: Why do we keep encouraging them?<p>There is no single cause for …

Astrocytes (in red) are the most abundant cell in the brain and help support neurons (in green) by recycling old cellular byproducts and…

Astrocytes (in red) are the most abundant cell in the brain and help support neurons (in green) by recycling old cellular byproducts and regulating a healthy environment for neuronal function. Unlike other organs of the body where an injury results in a fibrous scar, the brain instead forms an astrocyte scar to promote neuron survival.<p><i>Image by Dr. Shelley Jacobs, McMaster University.</i>

Researchers debunk myth of right-brain and left-brain personality traits

Are “right-brained” people creative, thoughtful and subjective? Are “left-brained” people logical, detail-oriented and analytical? Research suggests …

Fix Muscle Imbalances

Build strength to run your best and stay injury-free.<p>Long runs, hill repeats, and intervals make a runner's body strong. But to propel you forward, your body relies heavily on a few specific muscles that can become so mighty that they overpower lesser-worked areas like your glutes, back, and …

10 Essential Strength Exercises for Runners

Do these exercises consistently, and you’ll run faster and stronger.<p>Whenever the topic of strength training and running comes up, most runners tend to respond with, “Wait, I’m supposed to do something other than running?” Supplementing running with strengthening exercises will not only aid in …

Nepal’s First Openly Gay Member of Parliament Doesn’t Stop Innovating

From TV shows to new NGOs, Nepal’s Sunil Pant teaches a lesson or two on innovating in restrictive environments.<p>Sunil Pant is the sort of activist politician you rarely see in the United States these days. He makes regular headlines, is always stirring things up in Parliament, knows the right …

LGBTQ

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The real problem with a Rick Perry 2016 presidential run: abortion

With Rick Perry announcing that he will not seek a fourth term as the governor of Texas, talk has immediately turned to whether he will consider …

All You Need Is Love: How Community Can Save Conservatism

The right's rhetoric is all about individual liberty, but love of fellow humans is essential to a functioning society -- or policy.<p>ChameleonsEye/Shutterstock<p>In May, Rep. Paul Ryan gave a speech at an American Enterprise Institute dinner, where I work, titled "Conservatism and Community." Ryan, a …

Create Photos With IMPACT By Composing With Purpose

After I started my own critique forum I soon started to realize that composition is one of the most commonly critiqued parts of a photograph and in …

Photography

The Science of Familiar Strangers: Society’s Hidden Social Network - MIT Technology Review

We’ve all experienced the sense of being familiar with somebody without knowing their name or even having spoken to them. These so-called “familiar …

Intelligence

Research Roundup Vol. 8: Breaking Insights In Training, Nutrition, And Supplementation

Health and fitness enthusiasts have a tendency to think and talk in opposites. A food is healthy or it isn't. You made a lift or you missed it. You …

Freaky Abs! The Monster Guide To A Shredded Six Pack

<i>Shredded six pack. Freaky abs</i>. Nearly everyone on the planet wants a flat stomach or ripped abs. At times this goal can seem impossible. But if you …

How to Have More Best Friends: My Heartfelt Guide

(Image: Jaci Berkopec)<p>Have you ever experienced times when you want a listening ear, but you can’t find one? Times when you feel lonely and down, but …

Relationships

Scientific Studies Explain the Best Ways to Talk to Children

For most adults, talking to kids can be daunting. And not just in the "watch what you say" way but in the "they won't say anything to me" way. …

Boston

Teaching People About Pain and the Healthy, Wealthy, and Smart Podcast

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Karen Litzy and Lorimer Moseley.<p>Inner Circle and RehabWebinars.com Update<p>This month’s webinar on <b>5</b> …