Wearable technology is all the rage these days. One scientist took a closer look at wearable tech from a unique angle: where to wear the tech, rather than what sort of tech to wear.
The term middle age spread refers to the amount of weight gained by men and women once they hit the big 4-0.
Certain food stimuli drive people to eat and drink purely for pleasure leading to overconsumption and the problems that come with it. Researchers identify one such component in beer.
This study aimed to investigate the effects of wearing a compression garment during night sleep on muscle fatigue recovery after high-intensity eccentric and concentric knee extensor exercises.
Low back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work and is the single leading cause of disability around the world. Roughly 50% of working Americans experience back pain.
It's tough to start all over again and pull yourself up from the dirt to keep at it. For many people, it's just too hard to try again if it means you'll fail.
Just as altitude training increases endurance in humans, so putting killer T cells through a ‘fitness regimen’ apparently toughens them up.
What's fascinating about this study is that it proves that weight loss isn't a one-size-fits-all process.
We talk a lot about mindfulness in our movement and workouts, as part of our training routine, this study talks about how the benefits kick upstairs.
When we suffer injuries or wounds, age can prevent our bodies from healing as effectively as they once did.
Many things are based on opinion or belief—from religion to politics to daily habits to relationships. However, science is the one thing that should escape any form of bias.
This study may lead to more research on how the skin is an integral player in metabolic responses and control which could help create new ways of dealing with aging through diet.
According to research out of Duke University Medical Center, there is one "master cell" responsible for controlling all your habits.
A third camera on your phone would be able to analyze the colors on liquid and paper-based medical tests (similar to a paper litmus test) and translate their outcomes into diagnoses.
Eating at the right times will give your body the fuel required to push through a challenging workout, activate fatty acids for energy burning, and promote muscle growth.
On average, those of higher income levels (above $75,000 per year) spend an average of 4.6 minutes more in exercise per day than those of lower income levels (below $20,000 per year).
According to one expert, "Hatha yoga and mindfulness meditation both focus the brain’s conscious processing power on a limited number of targets like breathing and posing..."