Fitness expert Simmons, RhinoCo Fitness creative director David Tao and orthopaedic surgeon Dr Kenneth Alleyne told Huffington Live host Caroline Modarressy about the risks of extreme activities like CrossFit. Simmons told the Huffingtonpost, that it often takes years to develop the correct form for these kinds of lifts, which are
Did you know that by 2030, approximately 552 million people in the world will have diabetes: 75% of those people will live in low income countries where the disease will be the seventh cause of death in the world? These shocking stats were estimated by The WHO (World Health Organization).
Interesting and unusual revelations by the experts at the University of Exeter shows that in small doses, flatulence can help fight illness. The researchers found that the toxic gas can help protect cells and fight illness by helping to preserve mitochondria, which drive energy production in blood vessel cells and
A sedentary lifestyle has a greater effect on the world epidemic than over-eating, particularly for women under 40-years-old, a new study published in the American Journal of Medicine suggests. “Our findings do not support the popular notion that the increase of obesity in the United States can be attributed primarily
Juggling between work and family life isn’t a walk in the park, having to add a baby in that equation can be even more stressful. While motherhood is a joyous and out of this world experience it can cause much strain in the relationship, as mothers are often drained half
Beauty Buzz Iman Age: 48 WHERE SHE STARTED Somalia-born Iman says she was a nerdy child growing up. “I never fitted in, so I became laboriously studious.” She was 18, a student of political science at Nairobi University, when photographer Peter Beard saw her walking along the street and
Almost a third of North Americans – more than 103 million – are living single. And despite the constant press about the health benefits of marriage (married people are 17% more likely to catch cancers in earlier, more treatable stages and 20% more likely to survive cancer than unmarried folks,