According to an article on ABC News, people who drink 3 cups of coffee a day have a lower risk of skin cancer. Another case of one study being performed and the media citing it as a new miracle breakthrough. Keep in mind that spending all day in a coffee shop will really reduce your sun exposure…
Interesting post by a group of Turkish Olympic hopefuls. It shows their regimented diets as they prepare for London 2012 all in picture format (very little reading required). Notice the variety – carbs, fats, proteins – each diet with different sources. They all regulate calorie count and look for balance and athlete preference. Remember, for Read more about Olympic Diets[…]
Yes, yes. As a country we are all overweight. This is not news to anybody. And anybody who isn’t living under a rock gets bombarded every day with one new diet after another. They all try to tell you to eat this kind of food, don’t eat that kind of food. Why do they make it so complicated? I guess to sell books, programs, and sell newspapers – I really don’t know. Hopefully this will simplify things for you.
I have read a lot of misinformation over the years regarding stretching. Many of us have heard the advice to stretch before physical activities such as running, lifting, practice sessions, or any other workouts. This often gets handed down from coach or trainer to athletes. Years later when the athlete becomes a trainer or coach themselves, the information is handed down again. Similar to many other misconceptions regarding stretching, the idea that performing passive stretching before physical activity will minimize injuries is not only false, but may also be detrimental. […]
A couple days ago a patient brought a recent NY Times article to my attention titled “How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body”. She brought this to my attention because she had, as have many of my patients, injured herself practicing yoga. It is not inherently bad, but similar to the high intensity workout routines such as Crossfit, P90X, and Insanity there are some conceptual patterns that can create a great environment for injuries. […]
I’ve posted a bunch of links on our Facebook page regarding tips for this flu season. Here is just a summary of how the flu works and doesn’t work, and the best science behind preventing and fighting the flu.