U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly had reason to stand tall following his return to Earth after nearly a year on the International Space Station.
Not only has he set new records among U.S. astronauts for most time in space and longest continuous time in space... he literally stands two inches taller after his recent 340-day stint … Read More
Filed Under: Back Pain
Written By: March 3,2016
Feel like you failing at everything? According to Forbes magazine, 92% of people NEVER achieve their New Year’s resolutions.
This post below is about what gives the other 8% - those people who consistently get what they want - an unfair advantage.
I discovered it about 10 or so years ago.
And it almost immediately r … Read More
You’re stressed to the max and at risk of serious burnout. It’s too late to exercise and while a few glasses of wine or a pint of ice cream will help you feel better now, you know you’ll only regret it later.
What if there was a better option -- something that works to relieve stress fast without any lingering side effect … Read More
Filed Under: Stress
Written By: February 3,2016
If you suffer back pain, or Sciatica pain, or herniated disc pain, I could tell you why nothing will help you FIX the underlying problems to stop the pain for good like the Lose the Back Pain® System can...
I could tell you how it has helped over 64,000 other people fix the underlying issues without drugs or surgery so th … Read More
Your sense of smell is described as one of the most primal of senses, as your olfactory system is tied directly to your brain’s emotional processing center.
For other senses, like sight and touch, visual or sensory input goes to your brain’s main “switchboard,” the thalamus.
Not so for scents, which wind their way thro … Read More
A recent Nature study revealed that up to 90 percent of cancer cases are caused by extrinsic factors, including your diet.[i][ii]
As you may well be aware, focusing your diet on healthy foods like fresh vegetables, fruits and healthy sources of protein (grass-fed meat, wild-caught fish, beans, nuts, seeds, avocado, etc.) … Read More
The average American eats … wait for it … 70 hot dogs a year. This is according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (NHDSC), which also noted that 95 percent of U.S. households serve hot dogs.[i]
There’s no doubt that Americans love a good hot dog. Heck, they’re as American as apple pie and white picket fences. Ev … Read More
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