Watch Katelyn Ohashi Do Her Viral Floor Routine For the Very Last Time
Katelyn Ohashi was UCLA's anchor on floor at the April 20 team portion of the NCAA Gymnastics Championships. UCLA came in third behind LSU and title-winners Oklahoma, but the...
1 month ago - PopSugar - 2 articles
College Gymnast Breaks Both Legs Attempting a Blind Landing-Here's What Her Recovery Might Look Like
A senior at Auburn University injured herself during a gymnastics competition on Friday that resulted in two broken legs and dislocated knees , according to the Times-Picayune...
1 month ago - Health
Katelyn Ohashi Stands With Survivors of Sexual Abuse in Powerful New Blog Post
Once an Olympic hopeful who had a negative relationship with her body , Katelyn Ohashi is now a strong UCLA senior with a knack for performing and dynamic skills (have you seen...
1 month ago - PopSugar
12 Convincing Health Reasons to Own a Dog
Dogs are considered human's best friend. But aside from the obvious loyal companion perks; our furry, four-legged friends provide many little known health benefits-that range...
1 month ago - Active Beat
Here's How To Treat Back Pain That Is Long-Lasting
Common and uncommon causes of long-term back pain can range from aching from spinal osteoarthritis to the stabbing pain of a ruptured disc. More concerning symptoms of back...
3 monthes ago - HealthWorks Collective
Get Your Heart Rate Up and Rev Your Calorie Burn With This 20-Minute Rowing Workout
If you've been ignoring the rowing machine at the gym, it's time to strap in and start perfecting your stroke. Not only have boutique classes like Orangetheory Fitness and Row...
4 monthes ago - PopSugar
Mysterious, deadly ‘nodding' epidemic in Ugandan children may hold clues to Alzheimer's
The young teenage boy in the photo cannot stand on his own. He is being held up on his feet in front of a thatched roof hut in northern Uganda. His face is obscured for...
4 monthes ago - National Post
How Strength Training Could Help You Get a Better Night's Sleep
You probably don't weight train to improve your sleep habits. It's more likely you do it to slow down muscle loss, build strength, and look fabulous in a pair of leggings! But...
5 monthes ago - Cathe Friedrich - 2 articles
An unusual case with which to challenge your senior residents
A 5-year-old male was admitted to the hospital for evaluation of several progressive problems, including an unusual rash, swollen joints, abdominal pain and hematochezia, for...
5 monthes ago - Healio
Grand Island Man Has Plenty of Reasons to be Grateful
A year ago, Neil Wolfe's heart was three times the size that it should be. He had no idea it was one of the reasons he needed to buy new shirts, twice. That didn't bother him...
6 monthes ago - University of Rochester Medical Center
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Virtual Reality can Help Spot Early Signs of Alzheimer's More Accurately
Virtual reality technology may help identify early stages of Alzheimer's disease accurately than the standard cognitive tests which are currently in use, finds a new study.
Is Bipolar Disorder Linked to Parkinson's Disease?
People with bipolar disorder were nearly seven times as likely to develop Parkinson's disease as people who did not have bipolar disorder, stated new study.