I read this article on Bing Health & Fitness. I’m an old school swimmer and water polo player. We didn’t wear “jammies” we wore speedos. I’ve coached and ref’d and am an avid lover of working out. It makes me uneasy when modern science debunks habits and paradigms that were cemented for me as an athlete many moons ago but this article seems to be on the up and up.
I saw this article on TobaccoFreeCA.com and I thought I’d share it. I’ve always had a clear opinion about smoking and tobacco related products. On a really personal note I think smoking is a filthy, disgusting addiction. Click below and check out this article…
I watched this documentary recently and have to say it inspired me. It’s about Joe Cross. a guy who has chronic health conditions and decides, after trying many other ways to treat it, to try a 60 day juice fast to try to cure it. I don’t know about you, but a week of juice seems like a very long time to me. He was desperate to repair his health and lose weight, so he went on this juice fast (with regular medical supervision). He had been a junk food eater and so this was a major change for him. He decided he wanted to see if the body could heal itself, similar to the way it does when you have a cut.
Of course ya’ll know that October is my favorite month but, October is Breast Cancer awareness month. This subject really hits home for me because I have both my Mama’s in remission. It is scary when you have a loved one who is diagnosed with breast cancer ( or any illness for that matter. ) I want to just touch on this subject for a second and just share some facts about breast cancer that I came across.
In a brilliant piece of marketing, Colorado Health OP hired a bunch of eye-candy to walk around shirtless, pantless, and to hand out flyers reminding the public to get health coverage. The photo below is from The Denver Post, and I’ve added a few more after the jump!