23.5.2019 02:19 pm
Excluding professionals, it’s often rare to find an individual who masters all three disciplines of swimming, running and cycling.
For those that are not in the know, triathlons include three disciplines, swimming, cycling and running, performed back to back at one go. We often speak of the three disciplines separately but there are some “super athletes” that take it one notch up and do all three at once.
According to a new study by Norwegian psychology professors, the key to sexual desire within a relationship boils down to… passion.
Doctors were due from Monday to start switching off the life support of a quadriplegic Frenchman who has been in a vegetative state for the last decade, in a case that has divided France and even his own family. But the parents of Vincent Lambert have launched last-ditch challenges to the court decision to halt […]
It had a success rate of 85 percent when tested on around a hundred cases.
‘Exposure to an intense and powerful [LED] light is ‘photo-toxic’ and can lead to irreversible loss of retinal cells.’
In addition, a stroboscopic affect in some LED lights — provoked by tiny fluctuations in electric current — can induce ‘headaches, visual fatigue and a higher risk of accidents,’ the report said.
After teasing it for weeks Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran early Friday released their new single “I Don’t Care,” melding a jaunty melody with lyrics that confront mental health. The track, sure to become a summer earworm, comes just months after Bieber, 25, said he was stepping back from music to focus on his health […]
The call comes on the back of Georgia’s harsh new laws making abortion much more difficult for women to get.
Major types of food poisoning that can result from eating raw or undercooked fish and shellfish include salmonella and vibrio vulnificus
Strength training is seen as a core way to prevent injuries in runners.
Moderate coffee consumption of two to four cups per day was associated with reduced mortality compared to no coffee consumption.
Across the board, aortic stiffness had reduced and older participants had greater reductions in aortic stiffness after training.
This debunks a popular gym myth of ‘no pain, no gain’.