For many of us, winter can be a time in which eating habits are put on the back burner. With warmer temperatures right around the corner, there’s no better time that now to make some changes and spring into a healthier lifestyle.
The OCR Kings, two veteran extreme athletes, have used obstacles to gain success while attempting to dominate in the OCR world (Obstacle Course Racing). They plan to increase this success with the launch of their first event, The OCR Kings Challenge Virtual Race, beginning this May.
With summertime approaching, images come to mind of teenagers heading off to summer jobs or high school graduates searching for their first gigs. But in reality, teenage employment is becoming increasingly rare.
Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids have received a great deal of research attention in the past decade as a nutritional food supplement because of their many demonstrated and putative benefits for human health.
In honor of National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day, Hill’s Pet Nutrition is joining its nation-wide network of animal shelter partners in a campaign to educate pet families on the ways they can stay safe and be better prepared to survive a disaster.
SWAGTRON™, the undisputed leader in electric rideables, expands its cycling line with the introduction of the EB-6 kids electric fat bike.
Exposure at night to the 10 – 30% blue light content of conventional LEDs has a profound negative effect on many aspects of human health and performance. CIRCADIAN® Light’s new NightSafe™ LEDs are the first lights verified by UL to emit white light with less than 2% blue content at night.
“If butterflies land there, don’t put your hand there” – unless you are just “itching” to touch it. That’s the caution from Robert Levine of Advanced Dermatology PC on the dangers of touching poison ivy and related outdoor plants like poison oak and poison sumac, whose oily substance can cause serious skin reactions.
Each year, 22 million U.S. workers are exposed to hazardous noise, making hearing loss the third most common chronic physical condition among American adults. To stem the epidemic of workplace hearing loss, the International Safety Equipment Association is launching its “Listen Today to Hear Tomorrow” campaign today.
Results of a new national poll released by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association show a majority of communication professionals say parents are generally not aware of the early warning signs of communication disorders, nor do they recognize the benefits of early treatment.
Three orphaned mountain lion cubs rescued by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and brought to Oakland Zoo last December are now officially home in their brand-new, expansive habitat at Oakland Zoo’s upcoming California Trail expansion, open to the public this June.