Steve Mentz: I swim to think and to stay afloat in an ever-wetter world
Pools open portals. All bodies of water issue invitations, but there’s a special doorway provided by a familiar concrete rectangle, usually 25 or 50 metres long, filled with warm water. In that unnatural … Continue reading
Dr. Michael Greger: Treating Depression With Diet And Exercise
Can a combination of an anti-inflammatory diet and aerobic exercise help prevent depression?
Dr. Michael Greger: Aging
A six-year study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found three behaviors exerted enormous impact on mortality: not currently smoking, consuming a healthier diet, and moderately exercising at … Continue reading
Dr. Michael Greger: Survival of the Fittest — Exercise as Medicine
Physical inactivity has been called the biggest public health problem of the 21st century. Of course just because someone calls it that doesn’t mean it’s true, in fact physical inactivity … Continue reading