Posture. I don't talk about it much here because it seems a little, well, boring. On the other hand, when it comes to fitness, it's of major, major importance where your 'neutral' is determines everyt...
( Wiley-Blackwell ) When you think about your immune system, you probably think about it fighting off a cold. But new research from the University of Adelaide published in the British Journal of Pharmacology suggests that immune cells in your brain may co
When you think about your immune system, you probably think about it fighting off a cold. But new research from the University of Adelaide suggests that immune cells in your brain may contribute to how you respond to alcohol.
Last week, I asked you to submit your questions for the Leading Change Through Turbulent Times webinar I’ll be hosting next week, along with my colleagues Russell Raath and Pat Cormier. The feedback coming directly into our offices has been enlightening
The changes in behavior that come about under the influence of alcohol, such as difficulty controlling muscles for walking and talking, may be influenced by immune cells in the brain, according to a new study from Australia published in the British Journa