11/11/2014
In the stunning cave climbing zone known as El Chonta, 30 km from Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico, climber Eduardo Urbina plans his ascent of the cliff face of La Bocina. 
10/30/2014
In 2006, my blood pressure tested higher than normal and my doctor ordered me off all caffeine. At the moment he issued this edict, I nodded along in happy agreement (maybe it was just the ... read more
10/16/2014
If you, or someone you love, has difficulty with balance, here are a few easy exercises that will help your confidence and prevent falling.  It’s important that you feel safe when you work... read more
10/02/2014
DEAR SAM: What's the best way to cure a hangover? Keep in mind a couple of things. The first one is to resist the temptation to use over-the-counter medications, such as aspirin,... read more
09/28/2014
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At 25 years old, yoga instructor Rachel Brathen has caused quite the stir. If you are on Instagram these days, I’m sure you have come across @yoga_girl at some point. With over 300,000 followers and... read more
09/11/2014
By Editorial Team, The Intelligent Optimist Heal your eyes - The industrialized world is faced with an epidemic of visual defects, which is rare in less developed countries. It appears that... read more
08/28/2014
by Jay Walljasper posted Jul 10, 2014 on YESMagazine.org This article originally appeared at On the Commons. To get people on bikes in big numbers, cities are finding that it... read more
08/28/2014
By Eric Nelson / The Intelligent Optimist Mind-body medicine: Physicians need to help people become more sensitive to the connection between our thinking and our physical functioning.... read more
08/28/2014
While the politics of scheduling the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia got lots of uproar, for good reason considering Russia’s human rights record, what’s done is done and, knock wood,... read more

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09/11/2014
By Editorial Team, The Intelligent Optimist Heal your eyes - The industrialized world is faced with an epidemic of visual defects, which is rare in less developed countries. It appears that... read more
08/28/2014
by Jay Walljasper posted Jul 10, 2014 on YESMagazine.org This article originally appeared at On the Commons. To get people on bikes in big numbers, cities are finding that it... read more
08/28/2014
By Eric Nelson / The Intelligent Optimist Mind-body medicine: Physicians need to help people become more sensitive to the connection between our thinking and our physical functioning.... read more
08/28/2014
While the politics of scheduling the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia got lots of uproar, for good reason considering Russia’s human rights record, what’s done is done and, knock wood,... read more
02/13/2014
Disrupted sleep patterns—such as occur with jetlag or shift work—have long been associated with a wide range of negative health outcomes, and scientists are beginning to understand why. A new... read more
01/30/2014
The 'workout mentality' pervades throughout every gym across America. But what if the 'no-pain no gain', 'push harder' mentality was actually setting you up for more harm than good? As a veteran... read more
01/23/2014
In my 20+ years of coaching runners and triathletes, I've discovered a certain mentality around exercise that plagues most of us. It's a mentality that might seem harmless at first, but when you... read more
01/02/2014
A storyteller asks what you'd do if you knew your body was part of the water web. You are a body of water. If you knew this, would you protect yourself? The water in your body is part of the water... read more
12/12/2013
Former New York mayor Ed Koch envisioned bicycles as vehicles for the future, and in 1980 created experimental bike lanes in Manhattan on 6th and 7th Avenues where riders were protected from... read more

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