Weed culture

In England and Wales, 30 per cent, around 10 million adults, 16 to 64 have tried the drug at least once, according to the annual crime survey. Cannabis is classified as a Class B or middle risk substance, as around the world or “420” – Cannabis users will be lighting up to celebrate “weed culture”…

HealthVault to shut after 12 years

  Microsoft will close its personal health records service HealthVault launched in 2009, on November 20 , 2019, as per an email sent to users and accessed of by ZDNet . Any data within the service will be deleted on the shutdown date, Microsoft said. It allows businesses and consumers to store personal health records…

We are what we eat

Our diet is putting 11 million people into an early grave each year, according to an influential study by Lancet. Our daily diet is a bigger killer than smoking and is now involved in one in five deaths around the world. Too much Salt and too few whole grains – shortened the highest number of…

Guruji Iyengar’s 97th Birthday

Bellur Krishnamachar Iyengar, born December 14, 2015, the founder of Yoga known as “Iyengar Yoga” and internationally renowned yoga teacher, with his spiritual practices and techniques which can be used by all practitioners of Yoga. He used to answering standing on his head, which was one of the yoga asanas. He thought the pupils from…

How to lose weight quickly?

How to lose weight quickly is one of the most popular health questions on the internet, according to Yahoo. Losing weight can be done quickly, however, it needs to be done in a healthy way too. People may want to lose weight rapidly for one of several reasons: A bride-to-be who wants to fit into…

Marathon running ‘bad for the heart’

When we think of cardiovascular health, physical activity – such as running – often comes to mind. But new research shows that running a marathon can prompt heart muscle changes that cause the heart to swell, and this is particularly the case in runners with lower fitness levels. The researchers, who reported their findings in…

Vitamin D supplements may not increase bone density

People over the age of 50 often take vitamin D supplements thinking they’re making their bones stronger and preventing osteoporosis. But a new review of past studies finds the supplements don’t usually increase bone density. And researchers said they aren’t necessary for most healthy adults. Among people with osteoporosis, bones become weak and fragile due…

Static Contractions: Grow by Standing Still

“Use full range of motion (ROM).” That phrase captures one of our major philosophies of resistance training so well that it bears repeating. Use a full ROM. Use a full ROM. Good. Now that’s hopefully out of your system, because another major philosophy of muscle-building that we preach is: “Frequent change is good.” Repeat it if you…

10 Fitness Rules Every Man Should Break

Fitness instructors love January. The New Year heralds in a procession of guilt-ridden, turkey-weight-carrying slobs making their annual pilgrimage to the gym to lose the winter bulge. Sadly, there’s a lot of bullshit out there on how to sort out your body. In short, a lot of what the ‘experts’ tell you is utter toss.…