08/19/2017
Anonymous (not verified)
As people go about their daily lives, there’s a common but hidden scourge: excessive sweating.  In fact, a national survey conducted by the International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS)—the... read more
Man in sweater holding his neck in aching pain.
08/11/2017
“These findings suggest that any self-reported knee pain in osteoarthritis, as opposed to hand pain, seems to be a crucial factor leading to early cardiovascular mortality and is likely to be... read more
Group of fit young adults jumping for joy on the beach
07/28/2017
Athletes who drive themselves to extremes inspire and enlighten; they challenge us to dream and show us what can happen when we do! Fitness can be defined by raw numbers describing VO2 max,... read more
Doctor in lab coat holding our prescription pill bottle.
07/21/2017
Mind Over Matter Recent studies are calling into question what we really know about a wide range of health conditions. Placebo is often found to be as effective as conventional treatments.... read more
Stethoscope and pen on top of medical chart.
07/14/2017
It's All on the Inside: Do You Know? Technology has given us the ability to monitor ourselves in new and fashionable ways. Someday, we will be Facebooking and Tweeting about the quantity and rate... read more
Woman and man in white t shirts outside exercising.
07/07/2017
It’s easy to fall into a routine with your fitness and slack off or quit if you stop seeing progress. If you want to stay on track to keep moving forward and be as healthy and fit as possible,... read more
Older woman and younger woman stretching on fitness balls at gym.
06/30/2017
Working Around and Through Life’s Inconveniences  You could call it a work-around, an end run, or even a creative solution–the idea is to keep moving forward, even given the obstacles that... read more
Man who can't sleep squeezing pillow around his head.
06/23/2017
by Theresa Fisher | Van Winkle's Insomniacs can't sleep because they can't stop thinking about sleep. This cruel little catch-22 comes up in many a sleep study. And even when... read more
Hand picking up weighted dumbbell from stack.
06/16/2017
Resistance Everyone has their own reasons why they derive joy from one form of exercise and not another. Fifty years is a long time to be doing anything, so let’s look at a few of my reasons... read more

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08/19/2017
Anonymous (not verified)
As people go about their daily lives, there’s a common but hidden scourge: excessive sweating.  In fact, a national survey conducted by the International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS)—the... read more
Man in sweater holding his neck in aching pain.
08/11/2017
“These findings suggest that any self-reported knee pain in osteoarthritis, as opposed to hand pain, seems to be a crucial factor leading to early cardiovascular mortality and is likely to be... read more
Group of fit young adults jumping for joy on the beach
07/28/2017
Athletes who drive themselves to extremes inspire and enlighten; they challenge us to dream and show us what can happen when we do! Fitness can be defined by raw numbers describing VO2 max,... read more
Doctor in lab coat holding our prescription pill bottle.
07/21/2017
Mind Over Matter Recent studies are calling into question what we really know about a wide range of health conditions. Placebo is often found to be as effective as conventional treatments.... read more
Stethoscope and pen on top of medical chart.
07/14/2017
It's All on the Inside: Do You Know? Technology has given us the ability to monitor ourselves in new and fashionable ways. Someday, we will be Facebooking and Tweeting about the quantity and rate... read more
Woman and man in white t shirts outside exercising.
07/07/2017
It’s easy to fall into a routine with your fitness and slack off or quit if you stop seeing progress. If you want to stay on track to keep moving forward and be as healthy and fit as possible,... read more
Older woman and younger woman stretching on fitness balls at gym.
06/30/2017
Working Around and Through Life’s Inconveniences  You could call it a work-around, an end run, or even a creative solution–the idea is to keep moving forward, even given the obstacles that... read more
Man who can't sleep squeezing pillow around his head.
06/23/2017
by Theresa Fisher | Van Winkle's Insomniacs can't sleep because they can't stop thinking about sleep. This cruel little catch-22 comes up in many a sleep study. And even when... read more
Hand picking up weighted dumbbell from stack.
06/16/2017
Resistance Everyone has their own reasons why they derive joy from one form of exercise and not another. Fifty years is a long time to be doing anything, so let’s look at a few of my reasons... read more

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11/11/2014
Eduardo Urbina learns that each boulder is a problem to be solved.
11/11/2014
Boulder climbing lets you challenge yourself, enjoy the camaraderie of friends and experience the wonders of nature. 
11/11/2014
Daniel Fitz, Eduardo Urbina and Ennio Almandoz talk about what drew them to the small town of Amatlán, Mexico.
11/11/2014
Climber Eduardo Urbina explains how climbing boulders is about being completely present in the here and now.
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.