Health and Fitness

Is Lifting Safe for Children?

My mother never taught me how to be physically strong. Sure, she showed me what it meant to be mentally strong, emotionally strong, and transcend strength into my work, education, and personal aspirations — but being physically strong was not something I learned from her. I wish it had been though. Sure, she brought me to soccer practice five days ...

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Prenatal Yoga Center | Understanding the ARRIVE Study

12 Dec Understanding the ARRIVE study The headline “The ARRIVE Trial: Induction at 39 weeks leads to lower cesarean rate” may have caught your eye in the last few months. It may have also left you confused, wondering what to do with these new findings and what does all this mean for pregnancy, due dates and physiological births. In this ...

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What Is Amaranth And Is It Healthier Than Quinoa?

Chances are you’re no stranger to quinoa—after all, the “super-grain” makes frequent appearances on restaurant menus and healthy Instagram foodie’s feeds. But what about its cousin amaranth? (I know, right…who? Wha?) Yep, you should probably start stocking amaranth in your pantry ASAP. But what is amaranth anyway? Like many of its super-grain brothers and sisters, amaranth has been cultivated for thousands ...

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REVEALED! The UK’s Fastest City According To Strava

It’s the most magical time of the year. Christmas trees are popping up all over the nation, festive light displays line the high streets of every city, town and village, and Strava has released its end-of-year stats. With 36 million members logging activities in 195 countries, Strava is in a unique position to show what the world is doing when ...

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So THAT’S The Difference Between A Migraine And A Headache

Headaches are the most common form of pain, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Pretty much every person has experienced a headache at some point in their life, and at least half of all adults have had a headache in the past year, per stats from the World Health Organization. Migraines, on the other hand, are a little less common. Roughly ...

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