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
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
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
12/08/2013
The Food and Drug Administration recently recommended that women lower their doses of sleeping aids containing zolpidem, such as Ambien, in order to reduce the risks of morning sleepiness and car... read more

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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
12/08/2013
The Food and Drug Administration recently recommended that women lower their doses of sleeping aids containing zolpidem, such as Ambien, in order to reduce the risks of morning sleepiness and car... read more
11/28/2013
Long-distance running demands that athletes pace themselves and keep the future in mind. Might they have something to teach those who want to create a sustainable society? The bestseller ... read more
11/21/2013
If you are currently sitting in a chair this video may make you rethink your current activity. This girl brings new meaning to "being in motion". See if you can keep up.
11/14/2013
Cross-country skier Janine Shepherd hoped for an Olympic medal — until she was hit by a truck during a training bike ride. She shares a powerful story about the human potential for recovery. Her... read more
11/12/2013
Remember the days you struggled just to make a yo-yo spin, and if you were really fancy, to “walk the dog”? You ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Japanese yo-yo world champion BLACK tells the inspiring story... read more
11/10/2013
Born and raised in the Morongo Basin, Marylee Brown attended school in Twentynine Palms. For 18 years, Marylee has been with the Sheriff’s Department of San Bernardino County. She started as a... read more

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