Valentine’s Day Chocolate = Heart Strong? Flowers and chocolate. Quick: What holiday does that bring to mind? You probably guessed Valentine’s Day, and science supports your choice if you gift your significant other or your mother: Roses and chocolate are likely to be evaluated more positively during this mid-February holiday compared with other times of
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Are Athletes Fit and Healthy? “Although we typically view athletes as fit and healthy, they often are not,” write Philip B. Maffetone and Paul B. Laursen in the journal, Sports Medicine – Open. Athletes unhealthy? That goes against the image gyms, fitness programs, and other exercise-related affiliations portray of glowing, muscled, well-toned women and men
Eleven million slices from one national pizza chain, over a billion chicken wings, $227 million dollars in potato chips, and $1.2 billion on alcohol including beer. Those are among the astonishing statistics that Morgan Korn, from ABC New, reports in an appropriately titled article, “The Staggering Amounts of Food Eaten on Super Bowl Sunday.” About
Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail Here’s a statistic you’re probably already familiar with: About 92 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail. “We all know how it goes: Set an underdefined and overly ambitious goal for the new year, give up two weeks in and then pretend the whole thing never happened by the end of
Healthy and holidays don’t often go together. The season starts off with a bountiful Thanksgiving feast that often entails stuffing, gravy, pumpkin pie, and other not-so-healthy traditional foods. From there, December involves various social functions where nutrition and healthy food is decidedly not on the menu or buffet table. By Christmas or Hanukkah dinner, you