Tricia Donegan, the owner and director of New York's Bikram Yoga Lower East Side, stepped out of her hot yoga studio once again to answer her "celly," as she calls her cell phone, and a few questions about how to end America's addiction to being...
My personal hope is that together we can create a national conversation about a real, practical solution for the prevention, treatment, and reversal of our obesity, diabetes and chronic disease epidemic.
Last night in yoga, my instructor said, “We’re not going to focus on the poses most people love, we’re going to focus on the ones we’re not so good at, because you don’t get better by strengthening your strengths, you ge...
Cooking oil might seem like one of the more benign foods in supermarkets these days, but a class-action lawsuit doesn’t think so: A class-action suit filed in June in California is taking ConAgra to court for labeling Wesson oils’ as R...
I spend four days per week in a gym; on days off, I pine to be there. I lift hundreds of pounds, sport smeary chalk prints on my sweat-soaked clothes and listen to cacophonous music at dangerously loud levels when I train.
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