Gwyneth Paltrow's Latest Lifestyle Advice Involves Inserting An Egg...Up ThereSince September 2008, actress Gwyneth Paltrow has been running Goop, a lifestyle website dedicated to encouraging readers to "nourish the inner aspect"
Shannen Doherty Calls Herself A "Cancer Slayer" As She Nears End Of Radiation TreatmentWhile her ordeal has no doubt been difficult, she has proven to be a true inspiration for anyone who has faced or possibly might face a similar situation.
Study Links Longer Lives to Racquet Sports, SwimmingWhen it comes to being heart healthy, not all sports are created equal.
Oldest Woman Alive Credits Her Health To Being SingleWhat do you think? Are you buying it?
Humans Unlikely to Ever Live Beyond Age 125We knew our days were numbered. We just didn’t know the number.
Exercise In A Pill?Researchers in Australia have developed a pill that tricks the body into thinking it’s just gone through an intense workout, and is particularly aimed at those who need it most.
Study: Regular Exercise Saves You Thousands of Dollars Each YearIf thinner thighs or a flatter belly aren’t motivation enough, could a larger savings account inspire you to exercise regularly?
Candice Romo Launches Her Own Line Of Health Sprays!This is awesome! We are buying them now!
Taking a Hot Bath Shows Similar Benefits to ExerciseWhat a dreamy headline! Who knew that we can get out of exercise… I mean, enhance our health dramatically… by taking a hot bath. A new study out of England shows that a half hour bath gets your metabolism going, reduces blood pressure and burns the equivalent calories as a 30 minute brisk walk. Our bodies release the same proteins when exposed to exercise or heat.
40-Hour Work Week After Age 40 Could Be Bad for the BrainIf you’re over 40, take heed. If you’re not, take heed – you may actually be 40 at some point. There’s an optimal amount your brain wants to work each week, and it’s not 40 hours. Research is showing the stress and repetition of a 40-hour work week, especially when age 40+, has a cost.
Study: Pasta Does Not Make You FatWait… did I read that right? A study conducted in the land of pasta, Italy, has concluded that not only does pasta not contribute to obesity, it’s associated with a reduction in BMI, body mass index. Is that not the best news you’ve heard all day?
Study: Napping Too Long Is Bad For Your HealthScientists from the American College of Cardiology studied the napping habits of 300,000 people from around the world and found that those who took frequent naps for longer than 40 minutes had a greater risk of high cholesterol, high blood pressure and carrying excess belly fat.