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The danger of blogging about lupus
Friday, January 28th, 2011 by despitelupus
Image that people will read your blog about lupus.For about the past two years, I've been blogging about my life with lupus - the highs, the lows, the victories, and the defeats. I've left very little to the imagination - and for some of you, I'm sure it's been way more detail th... Read more
Junk food starts allergies
Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 by John Ray
Junk food starts allergies Western high-fat diets are blamed for surge in illnessesJust another epidemiologically-based theory. That poor African villagers have different internal flora from us should be no surprise to anyone -- but moving on from there is pure speculationThe mos... Read more
Weekly Overseas Health IT Links - 30 July, 2010.
Saturday, July 31st, 2010 by davidmore
Here are a few I have come across this week. Note Each link is followed by a title and a paragraph or two. For the full article click on the link above title of the article. Note also that full access to some links may require site registration or payment. ----- httpwww.newsweek.... Read more
Working Out Isn't AA
Monday, June 28th, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
Back in the saddle again. These last weeks there have been so many pulls on my time and energy that I've felt like stretch-arm strong. I wonder if they still make stretch-arm strong. I imagine not--I think he was filled with plutonium anyway. So yes, very busy. Here's a point tha... Read more
Balancing Exercise and Life
Friday, June 25th, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
I just spent a couple of days of rest in Colorado early this week, and surprise-visited a friend of mine who was turning 40. Good fun. While there, I had occasion to visit the home of his brother, ultra-marathoner Adam Chase. I sometimes consider myself "obsessed" with exercise b... Read more
More Primitive Fitness Ruminations
Thursday, June 17th, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
Hilarious that the last blog entry I made, on June 2, was titled "Relentless Consistency." Also the key to a good blog, I realize. But as ever, duty elsewhere calls. I spent the last few weeks researching and writing about what I'm calling a trend towards "Primitiv... Read more
Another Look at "Cheating"
Monday, May 31st, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
So here's something to consider. Since the nascent days of the modern fitness industry, the exhortation to "use good form" when you lift weights and run, and cycle and swim and so on has been repeated so many times you barely hear it anymore. Doing a set a barbell curls... Read more
Quick Plug: Feldenkrais Fitness
Thursday, May 20th, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
Spoke briefly on the phone last week with Rich Goldsand, a Feldenkrais practitioner from Phoenix. Turned out to be one of those conversations where you suddenly discover you're speaking the same language as someone you've never met before check out the movie PLANET 51 for a hilar... Read more
Go to the Gym, Get Fat?
Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
I'm emerging from a couple of weeks of self-imposed exile, during which I wrote some income-generating articles which will help me to further keep up with this blog, my time-consuming and less remunerative hobby. Had a good time though the article I wrote was on "primitive f... Read more
Don't Get Domesticated
Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
As I mentioned in my post last Friday, I'm writing a piece on "primitive" fitness modalities at present. Very interesting stuff, and near and dear to my heart. As I've mentioned here many times before, I'm a fan of out-of-the-box fitness methods...and I don't mean that ... Read more
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