The American lifestyles vary greatly; the diversity of our nation is a beautiful thing, but it also means that many individuals have different experiences with addiction. For some, addiction is a concept learned at school that appears a few times on your pop quiz: stay in school and don’t do drugs. For others, it hits […]
Athletes are always looking for that edge. The best ones not only train harder than the others, but they look for the “secrets” that will take their performance a step up, for example eating superfoods. But what really is a superfood and do their benefits match the hype? Most of us are just regular folks […]
Professor Susan Jebb of Oxford University presented a lecture about the problem presented with obesity. She talks about the ways to effectively change how society thinks about it. The solution is information and education: basically a “knowledge is power” sort of idea. To see her perspective on ‘nudging’ and ‘nannying’, read the recap here.
Robyn is a mother, previously working in Wall Street, who was brought to an awakening of sorts when her child experienced a very serious allergic reaction. Robyn is going straight to the source of the problem and confronting the food industry. Using her experience as a Wall Street analyst, she offers insight into how to […]
When you think about yoga, do you think about a stereotypical yogi who carries around a yoga mat everywhere? Do you envision a California-dwelling vegetarian always decked out in yoga clothes from head to toe? Well, let’s change that stereotype. Yoga is awesome for everyone’s health. The American Osteopathic Medicine website talks about several of […]