You want to get healthy. You know you need to exercise more
Spring is coming, and a young man’s thoughts turn to … you know.
The dark is good for all kinds of things, like love, trysts or even murder.
“I have to close my restaurant when it gets dark,” complains Ahmad al-Dursi, 43, the owner of a small hamburger joint in Benghazi, the capital of what is called Free Libya.
Most people regard watching television as a passive activity. You sit, you watch.
Moderate physical activity even an unhurried 30-minute stroll a day may diminish the risk for vascular dementia among the elderly, according to a new study published this week in the online journal Neurology. Researchers from the University Hospital S
The economy may be troubled, but one area is thriving: social media. They begin with Facebook and extend through a dizzying array of companies that barely existed five years ago: Twitter, LinkedIn, Groupon, Yammer, Yelp, Flickr, Ning, Digg–and the list goes on
Some families, alas, are fatter than others. But for dieters continually at war with their genes, there’s good news in a study published in this week’s PLoS Medicine: they can burn off 40% of their genetic predisposition to obesity by exercising.
Most parents who worry about their kids’ online activity focus on the people or content their children might encounter: Are they being cyberbullied?