Creative ways to consume your fruits and vegetables

You know that eating a diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables is exceptionally beneficial to your body, but what exactly does it do? Well, according to Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, consuming fruits and vegetables can lower your blood pressure, prevent certain types of cancer, lower the risk of eye issues and digestive problems, and even reduce your chance of developing heart disease and strokes. Eating … Read more Creative ways to consume your fruits and vegetables

Sunbutter Pumpkin Pie – Natalie Jill Fitness

08 May Sunbutter Pumpkin Pie Calories don’t count when you are PMSing Ok not true but it’s fun to believe that. Sooooo I was majorly craving pumpkin pie (it’s my favorite and I know it’s not thanksgiving time lol but… ya know the days are all mixed up anyways AND pms is a thing haha) … Read more Sunbutter Pumpkin Pie – Natalie Jill Fitness

Test Your Fitness Knowledge | FitnessRX for Women

Share This!   Are you a Fledgling Fat Fighter or a Fitness Authority? Take our Thintelligence test and see! Following is a list of fitness facts and falsehoods. Can you tell which statements are true and which ones are false?See below for answers.   Aerobics burn more calories than weight training.   The elliptical trainer … Read more Test Your Fitness Knowledge | FitnessRX for Women

How To Adjust Your Birth Plan During The COVID-19 Crisis

Prostock-Studio/Getty For many pregnant women, their “birth plan” is everything. Oftentimes we enter the labor and delivery experience with high hopes, specific expectations, and dreams of how it’s going to go. Epidural… without drugs… home birth… hospital birth… pushing in a bed, in a squat, or in a pool… each of us has thoughts and … Read more How To Adjust Your Birth Plan During The COVID-19 Crisis

How Leptin Levels Affect Immune Health

Your food choices go a long way in determining how well your immune system functions. Adobe Stock In a very short time, the average person—and not just here in America—has learned a lot about self-protection to stay well. Social distancing, washing hands, and even self-isolation when we’re sick all play key roles in preventing the … Read more How Leptin Levels Affect Immune Health

Wanderlust Bring a Story to Your Next Virtual Happy Hour

Kate Tellers is the Director of MothWorks, and appeared at Wanderlust Wellspring in Palm Springs to lead story-telling workshops. She here shares how storytelling can help us maintain our social connections even in quarantine. I landed at JFK on March 11th and entered a new reality. One where, for the foreseeable future, we won’t be … Read more Wanderlust Bring a Story to Your Next Virtual Happy Hour

Deena Kastor Reflects on Her Own Adoption – Women’s Running

When I saw the photo of Shalane Flanagan’s new son through adoption, my heart leapt the way a mother’s heart does at the sight of a newborn. But I also felt a special connection to little Jack himself. Like him, I was adopted at birth. Growing up, being adopted was the most extraordinary thing. For … Read more Deena Kastor Reflects on Her Own Adoption – Women’s Running

Innovative device could help treat babies with blood disorders

May 8 2020 With severe blood disorders, such as leukemia, doctors often rely on leukapheresis, a procedure in which large machines extract whole blood from patients to separate white blood cells from the rest of the blood, which is then returned back to the patient. This procedure is generally used to urgently reduce a dangerously … Read more Innovative device could help treat babies with blood disorders

Chad Haga blog: Losing Dumoulin and moving on

Image 1 of 3 Chad Haga (Team Sunweb) (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Image 2 of 3 Chad Haga during stage 4 of Tirreno-Adriatico 2019 (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Image 3 of 3 Chad Haga and Tom Dumoulin at the UAE Tour (Image credit: Bettini Photo) The longest week in cycling is finally drawing to a … Read more Chad Haga blog: Losing Dumoulin and moving on

Largest Analysis Reveals Risk Factors for COVID-19 Death

Author: Oxford University(i) : Contact: ox.ac.uk Published: 2020-05-09 Synopsis: Risk factors for COVID-19 causes of death by analyzing NHS health data from 17.4M UK adults revealed in the largest analysis of Coronavirus patient records to date. Key Points: People of Asian and Black ethnic backgrounds are at a higher risk of death and this is … Read more Largest Analysis Reveals Risk Factors for COVID-19 Death