Red carpets, exclusive parties, super cars and super models. The celebrity lifestyle is fast, glamorous, and incredibly dangerous — especially when you consider that those Hollywood mixers and backstage passes are often go hand in hand with open bars and a seemingly endless supply of pills and powders.
There are many reasons you might not be in the mood to work out. Sometimes, it might just be a hassle to motivate yourself to get out of bed to go on an early morning jog before you start work or your parenting duties. Other times, you may legitimately be feeling ill and your body seems too weak to move.
When a car starts to get old, its parts begin to malfunction. Many of the symptoms of a breaking down car are obvious to the driver, but sometimes, only a mechanic will know the true cause.
If you think cardio is where it’s at when it comes to ensuring a healthy lifestyle, you’ve completely disregarded how good lifting weights can be for you. Either that, or you don’t have enough information!
An ever-growing list of scientific professionals are putting on their lab coats and focusing their super-powered microscopes on Nanotechnology – also known as the study of very, very, very small things.
Breast cancer is often associated with women. This is evident in advertisements for breast cancer foundations and even through the international symbol of breast cancer awareness—the pink ribbon.
There are people who constantly struggle with their body image. They often worry about how they look, pick at their flaws and criticize their bodies. So, what is it that people who love their bodies do daily?
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As humans, we know our bodies can be pretty wondrous things. For half of us, they can literally make other people (a mini version, but still). They can take a 12 oz. steak and magically — and deliciously — make it disappear. They also have these neat things called arms, that, when wrapped around another person in a hug, can prompt our bodies to produce the “love hormone” oxytocin.
For most of us, checking in to a hospital means surrendering to the professional efficiency of legions of white-coated doctors and nurses. We calm our nervous fears by assuring ourselves that the doctors have had years of training, and know exactly what they’re doing.
Zika virus has been all over the news recently. This is due to its rapid spread to countries which has never had to deal with the potentially devastating virus. In fact, on February 1, 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Zika virus a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).
For the first time in the UK, surgeons at the London facility have successfully transplanted organs obtained from an HIV-positive donor into an HIV-positive recipient. The procedure, which included the transplant of two kidneys and two livers, was performed late last year.
There are some people who realize what they want to do early on in life, and stick with it until the bitter end. Then there are others who are more realistic – those who accept that life throws you curveballs, and the best way to handle them is to adapt.