“A few weeks ago, Jason Silver was surfing Facebook and came across K. Aleisha Fetters, a 26-year-old freelance writer in Chicago. They had no mutual friends, but Silver found her by plugging in some basic age, location, and relationship guidelines into Graph Search, thought she was cute and contacted her. The pair exchanged a few […]
Guys aren’t the only ones who like to play with fire. Girls can man the grill with the best of them. And we aren’t just plopping frozen patties and hot dogs on a bed of charcoals. Anyone can do that. No, we are getting straight-up culinary – and healthy – in our backyards. So whether […]
Sure, black is slimming and green might go great with your eyes. But new research from the University of British Columbia finds that there may be more at play when you’re staring down your closet in the morning: Where you’re at in your cycle could determine what color outfit you choose.
Read one too many health headlines and you may be under the impression that anything that tastes, feels, or even sounds good will sabotage your workout goals or take years off of your life. Fortunately, that’s not actually the case. In fact, research shows that a lot of our most common vices, like indulging a […]
Some “bad” habits were never meant to be broken. These eight vices may ward off illness, sharpen your mind, and could even help you reach your fitness goals.
Sure, fitness apps are great, and blasting your phone’s tunes can get you seriously pumped come treadmill time, but your phone still might be sabotaging your fitness goals. The more time you spend on a mobile device a day, the less you spend breaking a sweat, according to a new study from Kent State University.
5X: Runners who take OTC pain meds before a race are almost five times more likely to experience symptoms like stomach cramps, bloody urine, or heart palpitations during their run, according to German researchers. Painkillers such as ibuprofen and aspirin may block the effects of protective hormones called prostaglandins.
A burnt burger can do more than turn your taste buds. It can produce cancer-causing chemicals, too.