Photo by Joe Raedle/ Yelling, “I have Ebola!” on a bus is apparently the fastest way to spark an FBI manhunt. Although Vinson— who had already developed a low-grade fever —sought CDC permission before taking the flight, CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden said she should never have boarded “because at that point she was in a group of individuals known to have exposure to Ebola.” “In retrospect, I think she should
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Photo by Tabor Gus/Corbis Are you as worry-prone as Woody Allen, or as chill as Seth Rogan? Certain personality traits make you more likely to develop serious diseases down the line, reports a study released this week in the journal Social Psychology and Personality Science. A large body of research has linked personality traits to health outcomes, such as mortality, disability, and general wellbeing. “We didn’t know whether your personality
Photo courtesy of Functional Movement Systems To firm your butt and hips, you don’t need a gym membership or archaic seen-on-TV contraption — all you need is an empty water bottle. The move you see above is known as the Cook hip lift, named after its creator, physical therapist Gray Cook. It’s a cousin to the basic hip raise — a butt-toning exercise where you lay on your back, place
Obama says can't get Ebola from bus; CDC says avoid public trans; contaminated taxis infect people in Liberia
(NaturalNews) Anyone still taking cues from the federal government about how to deal with the prospect of contracting Ebola is going to have a difficult time making sense of all the contradicting information. On Thursday, Barack Obama told West Africans that it is impossible to catch…
For many of you, the scale in your bathroom might as well be a 900-pound gorilla. When you walk in, you know it’s there, but you do your best not to look at it and certainly not step on it.
“It’s your center pillar, the powerhouse of your body,” says Brynn Jinnett, founder of the Refine Method. “Strengthening it will enable you to work harder in your exercise classes and move more safely throughout your day.” Related: Why Crunches Won’t Give You Flat Abs, and Will Hurt Your Body Jinnett shares five of her favorite functional core strengtheners that are way smarter than crunches.
Photo by Chad Springer/Corbis Kettlebells, meet Keurig: Downing a couple mugs of Joe before a workout could make it feel more fun, according to small study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology. Related: Keeping Your Eye on the Prize Can Make Exercise Easier Schubert’s team also wanted to see if caffeine would influence how much people ate later in the day, since previous research on the topic has shown
(NaturalNews) A jaw-dropping report released by the World Health Organization on October 14, 2014 reveals that 1 in 20 Ebola infections has an incubation period longer than the 21 days which has been repeatedly claimed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.This may be the single…
Photo by Ingram Publishing/ When the action isn’t happening below the belt, guys are surprisingly hesitant to seek help: Only a quarter of men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction actually treat the problem, according to a study published in the October issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine. “We were kind of shocked,” said study author Dr. Kevin McVary, chair of the division of urology at the Southern Illinois University School
A dose of a chemical found in broccoli and other vegetables may improve the behavioral and social symptoms of autism in young men, according to a new small study. “Our extract product we used is not on the market,” Dr. Andrew W. Zimmerman said by phone. “There are other things like it but in different forms.” Sulphoraphane is found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage, but more so