If you make your bed every morning, you’re in a minority. According to a survey of 68,000 people by Hunch.com, only 27 percent reported making their bed, while 59 percent said they do not (another lucky 12 percent paid someone to make their bed for them).[i]
You may assume that it’s generally a good thing to make your bed … Read More
Successful people run the gamut from self-made millionaires to Nobel Prize winners.
And virtually all of them share (at least) one common habit: a stellar morning routine. What is it about the first few hours of the day that make them so powerful?
They set the tone for the rest of your day, which means what you do in t … Read More
False claims: Six top executives of USPLabs, a Texas-based supplement maker that has sold hundreds of millions of dollars worth of supplements in the United States, have been arrested. Their alleged crime?
False claims that their workout and weight loss supplements, such as Jack3d and OxyElite Pro, are made with natural i … Read More
Vitamin D deficiency, which is generally defined as a serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations ≤20 ng/mL (50 nmol/L), is incredibly common in the United States.
Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey suggests nearly 42 percent of adults are deficient, and this rises to 82 percent among African Amer … Read More
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To put a real end to your pain with the safest and most powerful non-drug, non-surgery approaches available.
We've grown into one of the most trusted, successful and respected health organizations because we've stuck … Read More
Filed Under: Arthritis
Written By: December 1,2015
When Americans were asked by the Pew Research Center whether they would like to live decades longer, to at least 120 years old, the majority said they, personally, would not.[i]
Yet, when asked how long they’d like to live, 69 percent cited an age between 79 and 100. The median “ideal” life span was 90 years old … which i … Read More
Pain is an experience virtually every human has had. There are rare individuals who feel no pain, which can be the result of genetic mutations that interfere with pain signaling. While this sounds like a blessing, it’s actually a very dangerous condition because one of pain’s key purposes is to warn you of danger.
If you … Read More
It can be hard to find the time and motivation to fit in regular workouts, but 17 percent of women say they’ve skipped workouts because of a perhaps lesser-known reason -- their breasts.[i]
Breasts were actually the fourth greatest barrier to physical activity uncovered by researchers in a study published in the Journal o … Read More
Starting with Halloween and straight on through the holidays to the end of the year, we're in the "sweet season" … complete with its peppermint bark, chocolates, and candy canes (1.8 billion candy canes are made each season).[i]
Then, once this season’s sweets are behind us, up comes Valentine’s Day … then Easter (Easter … Read More
Any time you apply a chemical substance to your body, be it hand lotion, shaving cream or underarm antiperspirant, you run the risk of exposure to potentially harmful toxins. In the case of antiperspirant, one of the main “chemicals” of concern is aluminum (which is actually a heavy metal, not a chemical).
Aluminum is the … Read More