Before the pandemic, I took my blissful eight hours a night for granted. But in the aftermath of lockdown, I found myself waking in the early hours, with an agitated mind whirring at approximately 100mph. If, like me, you’ve been experiencing disturbed, sleepless nights or vivid dreams more frequently, you’re […]

For decades, scientists have known that aerobic exercise improves your brain function. Unfortunately, studies also show that to achieve those brain-boosting benefits, you must exercise vigorously, which, for many, is impossible. (Getty Images) However, new research hints that yoga may have similar benefits. This is hopeful for those who are […]

Researchers analyzed data of more than 400 college students, faculty, staff and administrators. KENT, Ohio — In a before-and-after comparison of physical activity, researchers at Kent State analyzed data of students, faculty, staff and administrators who reported their typical physical activity and sedentary behavior before the COVID-19 pandemic and after […]

We’ve been told for years that exercise is good for us and we need to get more of it in order to avoid or manage some of the most common chronic health conditions facing American adults these days including diabetes, obesity and heart disease. (Getty Images) Exercise, especially aerobic exercise, […]

If during this time in quarantine, you’ve done some sexual exploring about what gets you going—great. Maybe you’ve dedicated some self-care sessions to self-pleasure, had some mind-blowing staycation sex, or taken the BDSM test to explore your NSFW interests. And just maybe, all the sexploration has you wanting to learn […]

WE saw worrying thigh gaps fill our newsfeeds a decade ago, before healthier trends began to take over and encourage millions to embrace their curves. But as Instagram marks its 10 year anniversary today, the social media giant’s influence over how women define what’s ‘hot’ and not has never wavered. […]

The Public Charge Rule: What Physicians Can Do to Support Immigrant Health As the U.S. federal government pursues immigration reform, changes to the federal public charge rule have triggered confusion and concerns among patients who are immigrants. Although federal judges temporarily blocked implementation, a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court […]

HUNTINGTON — This year’s “All Aboard the Yoga Motive” hosted by Brown Dog Yoga at Heritage Station in Huntington will be a little different due to the coronavirus pandemic. Katrina Mailloux, founder and owner of Brown Dog Yoga, says the seventh annual event will take place from 10 a.m. to […]

LIHU‘E — The Mokihana Club President Terri Gately and the club’s Nursing Scholarship Chair, Becky Fries, announced that 15 students in the Kaua‘i Community College nursing program were recently awarded a total of $20,000 from the club. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year, The Mokihana Club was unable to […]

IMAGE: In vitro culture of induced trophoblast stem cells (pink) wrapping clusters of naive induced pluripotent stem cells (cyan) view more  Credit: (C) Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute An international collaboration involving Monash University and Duke-NUS researchers have made an unexpected world-first stem cell discovery that may lead to new treatments for […]

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL — In January, Laura Kowalski opted to leave behind the long hours of working in the corporate world to focus her energy on being at home with her family. Two months later, when the global coronavirus pandemic hit, the Arlington Heights resident decided to start a new […]

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What you’ll learnMedicine degrees are for students ready to make a long-term commitment to becoming a doctor. You’ll spend five years at university (four if you’re on a graduate course), then you’ll work with patients. Further training will be required as you specialise in a particular branch of medicine. Some […]

© Photo and Graphics: Well+Good Creative twisting yoga poses It’s month your-guess-is-as-good-as-mine of quarantine, and if your body is feeling a bit stuck and stagnant, you’re not alone. The current reality might require you to maneuver yourself into different positions (WFB: working from bed, for instance) or you might simply […]

Sidra Medicine has announced the launch of its annual flagship Functional Genomics Symposium as a virtual event for 2020. Titled “Precision Medicine and Functional Genomics 2020” (FG 2020), the symposium will take place from December 5 to7. Dr Khalid Fakhro, acting chief research officer said, “In line with our vision […]

© Provided by The Indian Express That yoga is important is a known fact. But what are the rules to follow for people who are starting to do yoga at home? Well, there are no rules per se, just some things that you ought to be mindful of, so that […]

If you’ve ever felt a strong craving for something sweet, blame your biology. And know you’re not alone. (Getty Images) “Humans have an innate desire and preference for sweet foods because they taste good and are associated with an easy source of energy,” says Dena Champion, a registered dietitian at […]