Want to Live Longer? For Just 30 Minutes a Day, Do Anything Else But Sit
You don't need an expensive gym membership or marathon workouts to be healthy, a new study says: Just get up and move for at least half an hour a day. Plenty of research has...
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Using Sports Psychology for Childbirth
I wanted to face childbirth with an athlete's strength, confidence and determination. So I turned to sports psychology for advice.
1 day ago - NY Times
The World's Greatest Athletes Share Their Secrets for Crushing Epic Goals
The mountain climber from Free Solo and the world's fastest marathoner share their secrets for crushing your biggest goals.
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This Guy Achieved a 115-Pound Weight Loss Transformation-and Now He Runs Half Marathons
When he couldn't keep up on the court, he knew he needed a change.
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This Man Is Running 50 Marathons in 50 States in 50 Weeks
This former competitive eater is motivated by more than just fitness goals.
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A model for describing the hydrodynamics of crowds
By studying the movement of runners at the start of marathons, researchers have just shown that the collective movements of these crowds can be described as liquid flows. The...
12 days ago - ScienceDaily
A Celebrity Trainer Says to Do This If You Want to Crush Your Fitness Goals in the New Year
If you're ready to crush your fitness goals in the New Year, Gunnar Peterson , NASM-certified trainer, CSCS, MitoQ partner, wants you to "start slow" and "build up to it" to...
19 days ago - PopSugar - 2 articles
How to Make Your Resolutions Last All Year
Did you resolve to make a change this year? Whether your goal was to eat healthier, run a marathon, or finally start meditating, keep those shiny new resolutions and avoid...
20 days ago - Health
Pro Runner Stephanie Bruce Still Has Diastasis Recti 3 Years Postpartum: It's ‘As Good As It Will Get'
When Stephanie Bruce toes the starting line at marathons, her stomach looks a little looser than the other elite runners. But after three years of dealing with diastasis recti...
21 days ago - Health
If You Hate Running but Still Want to Lose Weight, We Have Some Good News
If you've read anything about losing weight over the past few decades (and odds are, if you're reading this article, you have), then you've probably come across the...
21 days ago - PopSugar
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Farmers Exposed to High Levels of Pesticide More Likely to Have Poor Sense...
High pesticide exposure among farmers can be associated with a poor sense of smell in later life, reveals a new study.
A Quarter of Antibiotics Prescribed for Children and Adults Found Unnecessary
One in seven privately insured children and non-elderly adults among the study cohort received antibiotics for cases that were not justified medically, according to new research.
New Wearable Sensor Can Help Detect Hidden Anxiety, Depression in Kids
Newly developed wearable sensor can help detect hidden anxiety and depression in young children, reveals a new study.
Engineered T Cells Promote Long-term Organ Transplant Acceptance, Says Study
A way to selectively suppress the immune reaction of the body against the donor organ by modulating the protein coronin 1 has been discovered.
Medical Detection Dogs Benefit Diabetes Patients
Alert dogs can help Type 1 patients regulate their blood sugars in a non-invasive way and avoid the risks of hypoglycaemic episodes and hyperglycaemia, found new study.
Overprescription of Opioids for Elbow Fractures in Children: CHOP Surgeons
Patients only took less than 5 percent of the prescribed amount, and one in five did not receive any opioid medication to manage pain which could lead to opioid diversion.
Gay Fathers and Their Children Still Structurally Stigmatized: Study
Gay fathers and their children continue to experience stigma with potentially harmful physical and psychological effects.
Keeping active in old age may protect against dementia, study finds
A new study from Rush University Medical Center has found that elderly adults who moved more than average, if with early signs of dementia, had better memory and thinking skills.
High tech wearable sensor can detect hidden anxiety and depression in young...
University of Vermont scientists have developed a new movement sensor and algorithm that can interpret whether a child's movements indicate a mood disorder in seconds, instead...
Why dining with friends makes you eat less: You're less interested in the...
Stanford Medicine scientists found that the brain circuit responsible for feeding behavior interacts with the one stimulated by social interaction - and that they could...