Life Source Yoga & Health – Andrew Mikkelsen

Andrew Mikkelsen - Life Source Yoga & Health  artwork

Life Source Yoga & Health

Andrew Mikkelsen

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: December 12, 2012

Publisher: Light & Heat Photography

Seller: Andrew Mikkelsen


Life Source Yoga & Health is a boutique, premier yoga studio in North Sydney. This book displays the beauty and intelligence of the teachers of Life Source Yoga: it tells their stories through stunning images and interviews about their lives and work.

iTunes Store: Top Free Books in Arts & Entertainment

Ariana Grande Cancels New Year’s Concert Due To ‘Health Issues’: ‘I’m Beyond Sorry’

Ariana Grande apologizes after canceling her New Year’s weekend concert in Las Vegas due to “health issues.”
News

Pete Davidson gets candid about mental health and bullying

“Saturday Night Live” performer Pete Davidson isn’t laughing about the public harassment he’s faced during and after his relationship with singer Ariana Grande.


CNN.com – RSS Channel – Entertainment

GamersGate: The World's Largest Online Game Store

WIRED25: 23andMe’s Anne Wojcicki & Stanford’s Stephen Quake on Big Data and Health Care

23andMe Cofounder Anne Wojcicki and Stanford Professor of Bioengineering and Applied Physics Stephen Quake spoke with WIRED’s Cofounder Jane Metcalfe as part of WIRED25, WIRED’s 25th anniversary celebration in San Francisco.
WIRED Videos

Selena Gomez Seeking Mental Health Treatment After An ‘Emotional Breakdown’ (Report)

Selena Gomez is reportedly
seeking mental health treatment following an “emotional breakdown.”


Access Hollywood Latest News

Selena Gomez Enters Mental Health Treatment Facility After Hospitalizations

Selena Gomez, WE DaySelena Gomez is taking control of her mental health.
The 26-year-old pop singer recently entered a treatment facility to help address ongoing issues related to anxiety and depression, E!…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Suge Knight’s Son Worried About Suge’s Health After Plea Deal, Says System’s Unfair

[[tmz:video id=”0_nh4n9xyx”]] Suge Knight’s son believes his old man’s being treated unfairly, and the system’s set up to keep him locked up for the rest of his life … but he’s holding out hope it doesn’t go down like that. Suge Jacob Knight tells TMZ…

Permalink

TMZ Celebrity News for Celebrity Justice


Taking Care of Mental Health for Cam Models

There are a lot of perks to camming, but few people talk about the toll that this jobs takes on you as a person, on your psyche and on your personal life. Not everyone understands that this job is more than just showing up, talking to people and getting undressed.
XBIZ.com – Opinion

Health? Desire? Nah, but the heat was a major problem for Roger Federer

After a brilliant performance in the third round, Roger Federer could do no right against No. 55 John Millman. So what went wrong?
www.espn.com – TOP
SuperStarTickets

‘Why am I still hiding this?’: The state of mental health in the NBA

Stars such as Kevin Love and DeMar DeRozan opening up has been an important step, but the stigma of mental health issues remains alive in NBA locker rooms.
www.espn.com – TOP
SuperStarTickets

What Demi Lovato has said about sobriety and mental health

Demi Lovato has long been open about her struggles with substance abuse and mental health issues.


CNN.com – RSS Channel – Entertainment

GamersGate: The World's Largest Online Game Store

Destiny’s Child Singer Michelle Williams Reveals She Recently Sought Help For Her Mental Health

Destiny’s Child’s Michelle Williams is going public with her mental health journey.


Access Hollywood Latest News

Health Message

1. If walking/cycling is good for your health, the postman would be immortal.

2. A whale swims all day, only eats fish, drinks water and is fat.

3. A rabbit runs and hops and only lives 15 years.

4. A tortoise doesn’t run, does nothing, yet lives for 450 years.

AND…YOU TELL ME TO EXERCISE SO I’LL LIVE LONGER?

Received from Steve Sanderson.
The Good, Clean Funnies List

Ronnie Magro-Ortiz and Jen Harley “Trying to Work Things Out” Amid Baby’s Health Scare

Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, Jen HarleyRonnie Magro-Ortiz and Jen Harley are putting their child before any drama.
Over the weekend, the Jersey Shore Family Vacation star revealed on Instagram Stories that he had to take his…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Ryan Reynolds Opens Up About His Mental Health Struggle: ‘I’ve Always Had Anxiety’

Ryan Reynolds is getting candid about his mental health. In a new interview, the “Deadpool 2” funnyman talked with The New York Times about his longtime struggle with anxiety, which often comes to a head before his live appearances. See what the actor had to say about how he tackles his worry.


Access Hollywood Latest Videos

Birth Control Pills For Men & More Life-Changing Health News

By T. S. Obiech,Scott Laffey,Andrés Diplotti  Published: March 27th, 2018 


Cracked: All Posts

Farts, Flu, Friendship, And Other Breaking Health News

By T. S. Obiech,Scott Laffey,Andrés Diplotti  Published: February 27th, 2018 


Cracked: All Posts

The CFDA’s Initiative for Health Safety and Diversity Defines Sexual Harassment, Encourages Precautions

SAFETY FIRST: While the fashion industry continues to deal with sexual misconduct allegations, the Council of Fashion Designers of America is trying to make safety more of a priority. In her pre-fashion week e-mail to members, Diane von Furstenberg emphasized the importance of creating a safe environment, asking designers, show producers and photographers to consider using venues for shoots and runway shows that have areas where models can change in privacy.
In recent months, a number of models and individuals have made sexual misconduct claims against photographers like Terry Richardson, Bruce Weber, Mario Testino, Russell Simmons and Guess’ Paul Marciano. Condé Nast International released its Code of Conduct for models and photographers on Thursday, echoing the one done by its U.S. counterpart. Hearst and the Wall Street Journal’s WSJ have also taken precautions to address the issue of sexual harassment.
Von Furstenberg wrote, “The current climate has been marked by brave women and men and their revelations about an unacceptable culture in politics, sports, and entertainment, as well as in fashion.”
To that end, the CFDA spelled out its point of view. “The CFDA firmly believes that everyone in our industry deserves the right to feel safe and respected. We have zero tolerance

Follow WWD on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.

Read More…
WWDWWD
TideBuy Black Friday Sale 90% Off+ Extra Coupon

Anna Faris Expresses Gratitude to Jimmy Kimmel for Opening Up About Son’s Health Struggles

Anna Faris, Jimmy KimmelAnna Faris is one of the many parents grateful for Jimmy Kimmel.
On several occasions, the late-night host has used his platform on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to share personal stories about his…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Dallas Novelty Profiled in Men’s Health Magazine

Dallas Novelty, the online adult toy retail store with the motto “Sex is For Everybody,” has been profiled in Men’s Health, in an article called, “Meet the Paralyzed Man Making Sex Toys for People With Disabilities.”
XBIZ.com – Pleasure & Retail

How Bella Hadid’s “Stronger” Health Led to an Extra Special Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Bella HadidBella Hadid is back and feeling better than ever.
It’s no secret that the past few days have been more than busy for the 21-year-old supermodel.
But after strutting her stuff…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Gabbie Hanna Opens Up About Her Body Image Issues & Struggles With Mental Health

Social media sensation Gabbie Hanna (AKA The Gabbie Show) sits down with AccessHollywood.com to discuss her new book “Adultolesence,” which deals with overcoming her heartbreaking body image issues and struggles with mental health. “Adultolesence” is out now.


Access Hollywood Latest Videos

The People’s Plan to Fix Health Care

We the People of the United States elected a populist president to go to Washington DC and make the changes the people want. Sounds good on paper.

Unless the people don’t know what they want.

That’s the situation with health care. The public doesn’t have any majority opinion on what a comprehensive plan should look like. The topic is too complicated and the public is too uninformed. We sent President Trump into battle unarmed. If We the People find a way to tell our president what we want, I have confidence he can help us get it. But if we don’t know what we want, our populist president has nothing to sell. That’s our situation today. We elected the world’s greatest salesman and gave him no product to sell to Congress. 

Don’t say “repeal Obamacare.” That’s not a health care plan. That’s just a step.

What we need is a “people’s plan” for health care that does not originate from congress or lobbyists or the healthcare industry. We need 1-3 sensible plans created by the public, and presented to our populist president for selling to Congress. No other path is likely to succeed.

To get the ball rolling, I created the hashtag #PeoplesPlanHealth to capture the various ideas coming from the public. If any of those plans emerge as popular (based on retweets, likes, etc.) I have offered to help turn what is likely to be a complicated idea into something simple and persuasive. Once we have a plan with popular support, and persuasive packaging, I will make sure it gets to the right people in the White House. One way or another. (Twitter is probably enough.)

Here’s my Periscope in which I talk about this in more detail.

Speaking of lowering healthcare costs, apparently I am doing my part. Doctors are rallying around the systems-based diet ideas (just one chapter) in my book. See the comments on this tweet for how much weight people are losing after reading it.


Scott Adams’ Blog

Mockumentary Trailer Shows The Guys Responsible For Every Awful Health Food Craze

You’d eat dirt if they promoted and packaged it well enough.
Comedy
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS-Visit Mobile Playboy today for the hottest adult entertainment online!

Chris Bosh Mulling NBA Return, My Health Is Great!

[[tmz:video id=”0_m3uub4ql”]] What’s next for Chris Bosh? “Basketball and stuff.” That’s what he told TMZ Sports outside Coral Tree Cafe in L.A. moments ago — advising his fans not to close the book on his NBA career just yet. “Health is great, feeling…

Permalink

TMZ Celebrity News for Gossip Rumors


Health Care is a System, Not a Goal

Last night, Senator McCain cast the deciding vote to kill the “skinny” version of a proposed health care bill. Notice how he explains it as a failure of process, not a problem with the bill itself:

“I’ve stated time and time again that one of the major failures of Obamacare was that it was rammed through Congress by Democrats on a strict-party line basis without a single Republican vote. We should not make the mistakes of the past that has led to Obamacare’s collapse, including in my home state of Arizona where premiums are skyrocketing and health care providers are fleeing the marketplace. We must now return to the correct way of legislating and send the bill back to committee, hold hearings, receive input from both sides of aisle, heed the recommendations of nation’s governors, and produce a bill that finally delivers affordable health care for the American people. We must do the hard work our citizens expect of us and deserve.”

Love him or hate him, McCain did what heroes do. He took a bullet to prevent Congress from ignoring the wishes of half the country. Now we have a chance to do it right. Let in some new voices. Consider some new options. Make it a team effort.

My optimism for a good health care outcome just hit its peak. Had they passed a bill, it would have limited their options for improvement to the stale ideas we’ve already heard. Now, for the first time, the public and perhaps Democrats can contribute some ideas and broaden the options.

Today is a very good day disguised as a bad one. If you think in terms of goals, Congress failed to pass a bill last night. But if you think in terms of systems, our options for solving health care just went from limited to plenty. We’re in the best position yet.

Did you wonder why President Trump seemed somewhat hands-off on health care? I think it’s because his strongest play as a negotiator involved waiting until Congress utterly and completely failed. That almost didn’t happen last night. It took a war hero to finish the job. 

Now it’s our turn to come up with better ideas, or to support better ideas wherever we see them. And if we are smart, we will insist on testing some ideas in limited ways, such as Special Health Care Zones in some states, and that sort of thing.

And we should be focused on innovation and technology to lower health care costs. There isn’t any other path forward.

You might enjoy reading my book because it is all about how systems are better than goals.

I’m also on…

Twitter (includes Periscope): @scottadamssays​

YouTube: At this link.

Instagram: ScottAdams925

Facebook Official Page: fb.me/ScottAdamsOfficial


Scott Adams’ Blog

Let Oprah’s Instagram Health Kick Be Your New Wellness Inspiration

Taking to Instagram, with baskets full of dill, zucchini and carrots, it’s clear that Oprah is on a bit of a health kick.
Vogue
BEAUTY TIPS & UPDATES BY GABBY LOVE! –Get free shipping everyday on orders $ 35+ at Beauty.com plus earn 5% back!
Gabby Loves Avon #2-
Avon

Scooter Braun on Pop Culture: It ‘Ain’t That Important’ Compared to Health Care

Pop music can mend bridges, transport a mind and change your world. But it can’t really save a life. Access to healthcare can. And Scooter…
Billboard.com Music News

Hot entertainment tips and specials!
Download FREE Music for your iPod® or any MP3 player!

Need those hard to get tickets?
Call Now: 877-516-9953

Exclusive: Sarah Hyland On Opening Up About Her Health Issues On Social Media

“Modern Family’s” Sarah Hyland is using her red carpet style to inspire other young girls, but in 2012, the 26-year-old revealed that she was diagnosed with kidney dysplasia at the age of nine. And, Sarah reveals exclusively to Access Hollywood’s Liz Hernandez that she’s ready to take on life fully renewed.


Access Hollywood Latest Videos

I Tell You How Citizens Can Fix Health Care (Now that Congress Failed)

Congress just proved something that we all suspected: They are the wrong tool for fixing health care. The topic is too complicated, the politics are too corrosive, and the money interests are too strong. That’s why citizens will step in and fill the gap with their own proposals. I expect to see a number of citizen-created health care proposals emerge soon. To that end, I thought I would get the ball rolling by framing the problem in this short 4-minute video. This is how any large business would approach the problem of spiraling healthcare costs. Here is the graphic from the video clip:

The advantage American citizens have in 2017, that we never had before, is a populist president who can sell the bejeezus out of a health care plan if someone could come up with one that makes sense. But for that to happen, Congress first had to do a hard faceplant in the asphalt, to show the country they are not the right tool for the job. That phase is complete. Time for the next phase.

You might enjoy reading my book because Congress is broken.

I’m also on…

Twitter (includes Periscope): @scottadamssays​

YouTube: At this link.

Instagram: ScottAdams925

Facebook Official Page: fb.me/ScottAdamsOfficial


Scott Adams’ Blog

Standard Innovation Acquires Loop Health, Launching Attivia Brand

Standard Innovation has acquired Loop Health, a health-focused technology startup based in Norway.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

British royals mark World Mental Health Day

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge mark World Mental Health Day at an event hosted by Mind, a mental health charity. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).


Reuters Video: Entertainment

Find your Soulmate Live webcam chat!

Sexual Health Expo L.A. Dates, Expanded Venue Announced

Sexual Health Expo (SHE) organizers have announced Jan. 16-17 as the official dates for the upscale consumer expo’s return to Los Angeles, which will be held at the Hilton hotel in Universal City, Calif.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

How LGBT History Can Inspire Hope, Support Health, and Even Prevent HIV

“A people deserves a history.”

That’s how Larry Kramer–Tony and Emmy-winning playwright, author, and America’s best-known HIV/AIDS activist–spoke about the just-released first volume of his two-volume novel The American People. Kramer has labored over the book for decades, fine-tuning his sometimes fanciful American history from a gay point of view.

“I want every gay person to be aware of our history,” Kramer told me, “whether or not I’ve fictionalized it.”

He added, “You should know your history. I want gay history taught in schools. And they don’t teach it.”

I interviewed Kramer in his Manhattan apartment on July 29 for the Los Angeles Review of Books and for my forthcoming book about building gay men’s resilience.

Being familiar with, and drawing inspiration from, our history as LGBT people can contribute tremendously to our personal resilience.

We are heirs of what I call “LGBT America’s heroic legacy,” the acts and words of men and women who chose to stand up for their humanity, integrity, and fully equal American citizenship–rather than accept the shame and silence they were told was their lot in life for being “different.”

They often paid a steep price: Diagnosed by psychiatrists as mentally ill because they weren’t heterosexual. Condemned by religious institutions. Disowned by families. Even left to fend for themselves in the face of a terrifying new disease called AIDS.

Before President Ronald Reagan’s health department in 1982 declared AIDS the nation’s “number one health priority,” Larry Kramer and five other gay men in New York began raising money for research and formed Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC), the world’s first–and still largest–organization to advocate and care for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Nursing homes, used to caring for elderly patients, were not prepared in the early eighties (or today) to care for young men in their twenties, thirties, and forties. So gay men and their friends created from scratch a parallel network of health care and social service organizations, like GMHC, to care for their own.

Back then advocacy included arguing with ambulance drivers to take deathly sick people with AIDS–mainly gay men–to the hospital. Care meant doing errands and arranging doctor visits for clients who were terminally ill, at some stage of cancer, dementia, or pneumocystis pneumonia.

By the end of 2011, HIV/AIDS had already killed an estimated 311,087 gay and bisexual American men. Fifty-seven percent of the estimated 500,022 persons living with an HIV diagnosis at the time were gay and bisexual men.

Two-thirds of all Americans living with HIV, and newly infected each year, are still gay and bisexual men–even though we account for only an estimated two percent of the population. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Black gay and bisexual men accounted for the largest number of new infections (10,600, or 36 percent) in 2010. Among them, young black males between age 13 to 24 made up nearly half the total–a 20 percent increase from 2008.

For any of us who lived through the dark years of the 1980s–and particularly for those of us living with HIV, including myself–despair can seem a natural response to numbers like these.

They certainly make one thing very clear: America is still failing to stop the spread of HIV and is far from achieving the ‘AIDS-free generation’ envisioned by the Obama administration.

As I examine HIV prevention education aimed at gay and bisexual men for my new book, one thing is clear: to work, prevention education must go beyond PrEP and condoms. It has to address the drivers of risk behavior–the feelings and needs in our hearts and minds that compel us to engage in sex the way we do, even to attribute meaning to particular sexual acts.

Earlier prevention efforts, growing out of a desperate wish to arrest the spread of HIV as quickly as possible, were based on a “deficit” model. They told us simply “use a condom every time.” No questions asked. They assumed we couldn’t be trusted to make healthy choices based on factual information, and frequently invoked fear to douse our libidos.

Newer efforts, in contrast, draw upon what is referred to as a “strength-based” or “resilience-based” model, aimed at strengthening our confidence, pride and resilience.

Starting from a place of respect and validation, these interventions work essentially to build hope. Their premise is simple, really: Men who are hopeful about their future will naturally want to protect themselves to be here for it and healthy enough to enjoy it.

“You’ve got to give them hope,” is how Harvey Milk, America’s first openly gay elected official, put it in a 1978 speech. Milk understood that inspiring hope in a gay boy’s heart could mean the difference between a happy future–and suicide.

In this LGBT History Month, claiming as our own the powerful legacy of people like Harvey Milk and Larry Kramer, who stood up and now stand out in our history, offers a powerful source of hope and resilience, a solid foundation for HIV prevention and for good health.

— This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.




Gay Voices – The Huffington Post

Chemistry.com gay - First Date 300x250

News: Company’s HR Manager Really Pushing Infinite-Deductible Health Care Plan

ROCHESTER, NY—During a meeting with new hires Wednesday to discuss employee benefits, Radian Analytics human resources manager Ellen Schultz is said to have strongly pushed the company’s infinite-deductible health care option.

According to sources in attendance, Schultz described the low-premium, infinite-deductible plan as the simplest and most convenient choice available to employees, and said it works the same whether plan members need to visit their primary care physician, fill a prescription, or be admitted to a hospital, allowing them in each case to pay 100 percent of the incurred medical expenses.

Company officials explained that the health care option had been set up to address complaints employees had with previous plans, which often came with confusing paperwork and long wait times for reimbursement, problems that have disappeared now that the limitless deductibles have eliminated any need to even bother filing a claim.

“With our Infinity Plan, you’ll …




The Onion

Erosscia to Debut at N.Y. Sexual Health Expo

The unveiling and official launch of the Erosscia portable pleasure product, created and distributed by Soixante9 Development Group, will take place at the Sexual Health Expo in New York, Sept. 19-20.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Blewit to Debut at N.Y. Sexual Health Expo

New pleasure products brand Blewit will debut its first product, an innovative and body safe masturbator, at the Sexual Health Expo in New York City this weekend.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Sexual Health Expo N.Y. Speaker Preview: Dirty Lola

With a name like “Dirty Lola,” a penchant for electro stimulation and being the ringleader of the “Pussy Posse,” one can only expect some wild revelations and a damn good time when this outrageous speaker hits the stage at the upcoming Sexual Health Expo (SHE) conference in New York City.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Sexual Health Expo N.Y. Speaker Preview: Dr. Megan Fleming

Her professional mantra is “Great Life, Great Sex,” and sexpert Dr. Megan Fleming is dedicated to providing the strategies, skills, and tools for everyday folks to experience both.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Sexual Health Expo N.Y. Speaker Preview: Dr. Jessica O’Reilly

She not only hosts a TV show about swinging for Playboy, travels the world presenting relationship seminars and workshops on G-spots and squirting, but celebrity sexologist Dr. Jessica O’Reilly — aka Dr. Jess PhD — also has a passion to improve sex education for teachers and students.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Introducing the Latest and Craziest Health Trend for 2015: Fat Water!

Sayonara, gluten-free! Toodles, calorie counting! Good riddance, juice cleanses!

The next big health food fad is here and we’re already confused.

Sure, everyone may be…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

News in Brief: Underworld Health Organization Launches Initiative To Improve Incubus Immortality Rate

THE SECOND CIRCLE, HELL—Affirming the need to reverse the trend after several millennia of discouraging numbers, officials from the Underworld Health Organization unveiled a new initiative Thursday to improve Hades’ incubus immortality rate. “It is simply unacceptable in this day and age that so many of our demon spawn never get the chance to metamorphose into evil spirits who spend all of eternity raping human women as they sleep,” said UHO spokesman Belphegor, adding that in certain lower circles of damnation, as many as 80 out of every 10,000 hatchlings do not go on to stalk the Earth for the rest of time. “If our initiative is successful, we can finally put an end to the tragic and all-too-common occurrence of a bright young incubus dying before he reaches his 1,000th birthday.” After laying out the plan, Belphegor reportedly avoided a question on its projected budget by …




The Onion

Elton John Going After French Media For Health Rumors

Elton John and his husband, David Furnish, are set to file suit against news outlets in France for spreading what he calls “unfounded” rumors about their health. According to the U.K.’s Guardian newspaper, the rock legend’s lawyer has said that he is moving forward against three French media companies for reports they published about the couple.
RTT – Music
Webcam Performers Wanted – Earn $ 100,000 per year!

Models Wanted
Promo Live Chat

Michael Sam Announces He’s Stepping Away From Football to Focus on His ”Mental Health”

After a rocky past few months, Michael Sam has announced that he’s leaving football behind once again.

The athlete broke the news on Twitter, explaining to his fans why he’s…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

First Listen: HEALTH, ‘Death Magic’

Grandiose, industrial pop scaled to match the band’s all-caps name: What Mad Max: Fury Road is to the road movie, Death Magic is to synth-pop.

» E-Mail This

Rock : NPR

ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NEWS UPDATE:Click and Enjoy!

Jared Fogle — DUMPED by Children’s Health Charity

Subway was just the first domino for Jared Fogle – a children’s health charity is now cutting ties with him on the heels of the FBI’s child pornography investigation.  A spokesperson for CATCH tells us Tuesday’s raid was the final straw for…

Permalink

TMZ Celebrity News for Celebrity Justice


Running Your First Marathon This Year? An Important Health Risk You Should Know About

Did you sign up for a distance race this fall? Join the club: More than half a million people run a U.S. marathon every year, according to several surveys. We're psyched to see a number…




Subscribe to All
FASHION NEWS UPDATE-Visit 2 Spendless Online today for the hottest deals online!

The Health Advice I Don’t Find Credible

The other day I read an article in which an “exercise scientist” said that people who exercise regularly are far more likely to keep off the weight after a diet.

So…therefore…you should exercise if you want to keep the weight off. That was the implication.

That doesn’t sound credible to me. 

I’m a big fan of exercise, for health reasons, but it seems to me that the people with the greatest determination to maintain a healthy weight simply do all the things that are recommended for weight management, whether those things work or not. And exercise is generally the top recommendation from experts, after diet.

Look at it this way: If experts told us that the only good ways to maintain a healthy weight included a good diet and shaving off your eyebrows, you would see a high correlation between people who succeeded in keeping off weight and people with no eyebrows.

Here are some more correlations that have never sounded credible to me.

Married people live longer. The implication is that being married is healthier than being single. Maybe. But you know what else is true?

People don’t like to marry unhealthy-looking people. SO OF COURSE THE UNMARRIED DIE SOONER. THEY WERE LESS HEALTHY TO BEGIN WITH.

Getting married might be good for your health, but I don’t think you can believe any data showing a correlation. And I have to think, based on observation, that no more than 20% of married people would say that being married reduces stress.

Dog owners are healthier. The implication is that owning a dog is good for your health. Experts speculate that dog-owners take more walks, and walking is good for you. Or maybe dogs reduce our stress. But you know what else is true?

UNHEALTHY PEOPLE ARE LESS LIKELY TO GET DOGS BECAUSE WALKING THEM SEVERAL TIMES A DAY IS A PAIN IN THE ASS.

Or if you prefer, people who don’t feel capable of taking care of pets probably don’t know a lot about taking care of themselves either. Incompetence doesn’t stay confined to one area as much as you’d hope. 

Owning a dog might be healthy, but the data is not credible to me. And it conflicts with observation. My dog is great, and I love her, but she adds huge stress to my day.

Light Drinkers Live Longer: The implication is that light drinking is good for your health. I consider this the least credible correlation of all time. Because you know what else is true of light drinkers?

They are probably inclined toward moderation in general, and good self-discipline as well. Those qualities are likely to be correlated with good health because it all falls into the category of doing what common sense and experts tell you to do. That seems like a healthy way to approach life.

And light drinkers are probably not poor, because alcohol is expensive, which means they have access to better healthcare and better information about health.

My guess is that light drinking is roughly as healthy as light smoking. But we will never know for sure because most researchers are also drinkers (I assume, because most adults are drinkers) and the booze industry is presumably funding some of those studies. How do you get credible information in that context?

To be super-clear, when I say something is not credible, that is different from saying it is false. All I’m saying is that in the cases I mentioned, the evidence does not feel persuasive to me. Based on pattern alone, the studies I mentioned seem more like they belong in the class of things that we will someday laugh at ourselves for believing.

In other news…

In the Berkeley Start-up Blog, find out how bees can get you buzzed. As a bonus, save some rain forests too.

In Top Tech Blog, only God can make a tree. That is why I plan to build a religion around the new 3D printers that can print wood.

And how about a cyborg glove to make your human hand more useful? Great for folks with hand problems. It hasn’t been optimized for masturbation, but that can’t be far behind.

Oh, and while you were napping, some folks 3D-printed a spaceship engine. That…works. You know what is about to change in your life because of all this 3D printing? I’m going to say everything.

Scott

Oh, and also, book.


Scott Adams Blog

This Trans Man’s Breast Cancer Nightmare Exemplifies The Problem With Transgender Health Care

Jay Kallio is a transgender man who lived through a healthcare nightmare he hopes no other trans person will ever have to face, and he shared the painful story with HuffPost Live’s Nancy Redd last week.

It began when Kallio found a lump on his breast just three months after a mammogram. He had a second mammogram, then a biopsy and, when weeks went by without receiving any test results, he just assumed everything was fine. That changed when he suddenly got a phone call from the doctor who performed his biopsy — and who was not his primary physician.

“She said to me, ‘Hi, I was just curious how you were doing with your diagnosis.’ And I said, ‘What diagnosis?’ She she sort of spurted, ‘[Your doctor] hasn’t called you yet?'” Kallio remembered.

The biopsy confirmed that Kallio had “very aggressive” breast cancer, and Kallio knew he needed treatment immediately, especially as the pain in his breast intensified.

“It felt like getting shot slowly. It felt like it was heading right for my heart. So I was getting nervous. I still get nervous when I think about it,” he said.

Even after that, Kallio’s doctor still wouldn’t contact him, which came as a huge surprise considering his doctor was head of surgery at a major hospital in “great big blue Manhattan,” a liberal city where Kallio expected “embracing care” from “competent experts.” The physician eventually got in touch when Kallio made moves to have his case transferred, but the conversation did not go as he hoped.

“The first thing [the doctor] said was, ‘I have a real problem with your transgender status.’ And he said, ‘When I found out you were transgender, the first thing I wanted to do, my first impulse was to send you to psychiatry,'” Kallio said. “So this is what a breast surgeon wanted to do with my breast cancer, is first send me to psychiatry.”

After a long struggle, Kallio eventually did find a “very welcoming” surgeon to help him, and the procedure also accomplished something Kallio had never been able to do because of his low income.

“That’s how I lost my breasts. I was never able to afford any transition care as a transgender person, so I lost my breasts through having a double mastectomy for breast cancer,” he said.

Unfortunately, Kallio is currently in the middle of another fight for his life — this time with terminal lung cancer. Though the outlook is bleak, Kallio told HuffPost Live he sees the effects of the work he’s done in between his two diagnoses, including providing free training to hospital staffs on how to treat LGBTQ patients of all kinds.

“The second time around I am being treated in a very loving fashion by providers, most of whom I have trained to do my cancer care,” he said. “And the really positive, uplifting thing I have to say is: Activism works. Activism works, so get out there and fight for your rights, fight for your lives. It’s not going to end with me. I may be facing the end, and I won’t be out there screaming and yelling and holding a sign much longer, but up until my last breath, that’s what I’m going to be doing because I know it saves lives.”

Watch Jay Kallio share the powerful story of his fight with cancer in the video above, and click here for the full HuffPost Live conversation about the challenges of transgender healthcare.

— This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Gay Voices – The Huffington Post

Chemistry.com gay - First Date 300x250

Warning: This Popular Vegetable Packaging May Be Hazardous to Your Health

Not all canned foods are created equal! But lucky for us, more than a quarter of packaged food brands now offer products free of bisphenol A (better known as BPA), according to a report the…




Subscribe to All
FASHION NEWS UPDATE-Visit 2 Spendless Online today for the hottest deals online!

Kate Middleton’s Three Current Health Obsessions, Revealed!

Following the birth of her second child, Charlotte, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has holed up with her adorable family at Anmer Hall, the royal couple's Georgian country house in Anmer, Norfolk—and, according to close…




Subscribe to All
FASHION NEWS UPDATE-Visit 2 Spendless Online today for the hottest deals online!

French Parliament Passes Draft Law To Curb Public Health Cost And Fight Unhealthy Stereotypes

PARIS (AP) — Too-thin models, too much drinking, sexy cigarette packs: France’s parliament is cracking down on all of these in a sweeping bill designed to improve public health and trim public health costs — while tackling unhealthy stereotypes along the way.

The National Assembly, parliament’s lower house, voted 311-241 on Tuesday to approve the draft law. It now goes to the Senate before a final vote back in the assembly. The Socialist-led government hopes the bill will take effect by the summer.

Health Minister Marisol Touraine, the bill’s champion, said it is “crucial to tackle the challenge of aging and the emergence of new diseases” while preserving France’s generous and highly vaunted health care system.

Here’s a look at some of the key reforms:

ANOREXIC MODELS

In a measure that could cause ripples in France’s famed fashion industry, the bill would make it a crime to use anorexic models or encourage anorexia.

It would forbid anyone with a body mass index, or BMI, below a certain level from earning money as a model. The exact level — based on height and weight — would be defined later by decree if the bill becomes law.

Any modeling agency or individual who pays a model with a BMI below the designated level would face up to six months in prison and 75,000 euros ($ 80,000) in fines if convicted.

Some 40,000 people are estimated to have anorexia in France — 90 percent of them women, according to the Health Ministry.

PLAIN CIGARETTE PACKS

The government’s plan includes a measure that would require manufacturers to package cigarettes in plain containers by May 2016. Packs would have the same shape, size, color and typeset. Brands would still be mentioned, but would be restricted to a small discreet place on the packaging.

The government believes less attractive packaging would help discourage young people from starting to smoke. Around 30 percent of French people smoke — a habit linked to some 73,000 deaths a year in France, according to official statistics.

UNDERAGE DRINKING

People who encourage minors to drink excessively could face a year behind bars and a $ 16,000 (15,000 euro) fine.

The sale to minors of products inciting people to get drunk, such as T-shirts, would be forbidden.

Touraine, the health minister, has cautioned against the ills of binge-drinking, and has used the English-language term to describe the act of excessive imbibing over a short period of time.

As many as 49,000 people die every year in France from the consequences of drinking alcohol, according to a 2013 study published in the European Journal of Public Health.

Other measures, including requiring the labeling of alcohol-related risks in advertising, were scrapped during the Assembly debate, under pressure from the conservative opposition and France’s influential wine lobby.

CHILD OBESITY

In a step that would require changes to the business model of some fast-food chains, the bill would ban free-refill soda fountains in restaurants in a move aimed at combatting obesity.

Touraine, speaking in parliament, noted that the free-refill policy was “common in other countries, … is spreading in our country and could be attractive to young people.”

SUN-BED BAN FOR MINORS

Amid concerns about skin cancer, the bill would bar tanning salons from selling sun-bed services to customers under 18 years old or to engage in advertising targeting minors.

FACILITIES FOR DRUG USERS

The bill would allow for a six-year test period in which intravenous drug users would be given access to clean needles under medical supervision and in the presence of drug counselors.

The conservative opposition — which controls the Senate — has criticized the measure as a “very bad signal” to French youth, saying it trivializes the use of drugs.

Under France’s legislative system, the National Assembly has final say in the passage of laws — so even if the Senate alters or rejects the bill, it could become law.

— This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Style – The Huffington Post
FASHION NEWS UPDATE-Visit Shoe Deals Online today for the hottest deals online for shoes!

Wade credits resurgence on improved health

Dwyane Wade credits improved health and a recent change in his workout routine as the driving forces behind his recent surge in production amid the Miami Heat’s push to make the playoffs.
ESPN.com – NBA

In Sickness And In Health? Husband Debates Leaving His Wife With OCD (VIDEO)

Brian says he had a happy marriage to his wife Laura until after their daughter’s second birthday, when Laura started doing strange things. She was then diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder — a disorder, he says, that has taken over her life to the point that he now questions if he can stay married to her.

“Our marriage now isn’t a marriage. It’s been a long time since we’ve had sex,” says Brian, explaining that his wife binds her hands and feet together every night as one of her many rituals. “When you say for better or for worse, you don’t usually think about the worse,” he adds. “I can’t really see myself with another woman, but I can’t really see myself not being intimate for the rest of my life.”

Laura explains, “I can’t tolerate sex because of my fear of bodily fluids and my fear of contaminating him. We can’t even hold hands at this point.”

Watch the video above to witness some of Laura’s rituals, and to hear her husband’s honest point of view. For more from this show, click here.

Need Dr. Phil’s help in your life? Share your story here.

Like Dr. Phil | Follow Dr. Phil | Be on the Show

Dr. Phil – The Huffington Post

Sexual Health Expo Expands Into Phoenix, Dates and Venue Announced

The groundbreaking upscale consumer event Sexual Health Expo that drew over 2,000 L.A. attendees in January, will arrive in Phoenix April 25-26 at the chic DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, with Castle Megastore serving as the event’s exclusive retail and sex-ed sponsor.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

3 Reasons to Sign Up for Health Insurance (The Deadline Is 2/15!)

February 15 marks an important date: It's the last day of open enrollment to sign up for health insurance (or switch plans) under the Affordable Care Act. So! If you're still unsigned—or unsure—here are a…




Subscribe to All
FASHION NEWS UPDATE-Visit 2 Spendless Online today for the hottest deals online!

Changing Lanes: What Does ‘Sexual Health’ Mean, Anyway?

We’ve seen a lot of changes in the sex retail trade in the last few years. More women have become regular customers, more companies are embracing sex education as part of their branding, there’s increased awareness of the importance of quality design and materials, and there’s wider discussion of the value of sexual pleasure for older people and folks with disabilities.
XBIZ.com | Feature Articles

Sexual Health Expo 2015 Arrives in L.A. This Weekend

Tinsel town is about to get a lot sexier when the groundbreaking upscale event Sexual Health Expo (SHE) makes its debut this weekend, Jan. 17-18, at the chic Sofitel Hotel in West Hollywood.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Sexual Health Expo 2015 Exhibition Hall Sold Out

The exhibition hall of the inaugural Sexual Health Expo, presented by Jimmyjane, is now sold out and set to introduce attendees to a wealth of today’s top intimacy and sexual wellness brands.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Eye of Love to Exhibit at 2015 Sexual Health Expo

Eye of Love will be exhibiting its Arousing Pheromone Collection at the inaugural Sexual Health Expo on Jan. 17-18.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Sexual Health Expo Announces 2015 SHE Awards Nominees

Event organizers of the first-ever upscale consumer expo, Sexual Health Expo (SHE), presented by Jimmyjane, have announced the finalist nominees of the 2015 SHE Awards.
XBIZ.com | Top Stories

Britney Spears — My Women’s Health Cover is the Real Deal … Here’s Proof!

Britney Spears looks … different on the cover of Women’s Health Magazine, and while many people suspect a Photoshop job — TMZ has obtained video that shows that’s probably not the case.Sources involved with the photoshoot tell TMZ … Britney’s facial…

Permalink

TMZ Celebrity News for Hot Mamas


The 1st Step to Stay Motivated For Your Health #OWNSHOW

RE-TWEET THIS: http://bit.ly/StepsToStayMotivated
AJ Johnson, LINDSAY Health and Wellness coach found a common theme in her #ASKAJ social question campaign, “how do you to stay motivated in maintaining a healthy life?” She’s sharing how she keeps herself going and suggests steps to keep you moving towards your goals. Plus the one thing you need to do right now.
#OWNSHOW is a digital exclusive web-show on Oprah.com. Packaged into stackable moments, the show brings together stories, life-tips, and personalities from Oprah.com, OWN, and O Magazine with interactive elements from YOU, the community.

Subscribe to OWN: http://bit.ly/18Lz0rV

Find OWN on TV at http://www.oprah.com/FindOWN

Visit our channel for more videos:https://www.youtube.com/user/OWN

https://www.facebook.com/ownTV

http://instagram.com/oprah


Uploads by OWN TV

24 Things I Wish I Knew About Health When I Was Younger

Take advantage of the wonders of 21st century dentistry!
Cosmopolitan.com Sex & Love (RSS) Article Feed
Click to visit Playboy tv for hot adult entertainment!

Click to visit Playboy Plus for the total erotic adventure offered by Playboy!

9 Things You Never Knew About Your Sexual Health

What’s free, what’s not, and what you need to get checked for.
Cosmopolitan.com Sex & Love (RSS) Article Feed
Click to visit Playboy tv for hot adult entertainment!

Click to visit Playboy Plus for the total erotic adventure offered by Playboy!

9 Things You Never Knew About Your Sexual Health

What’s free, what’s not, and what you need to get checked for.
Cosmopolitan.com Sex & Love (RSS) Article Feed
Click to visit Playboy tv for hot adult entertainment!

Click to visit Playboy Plus for the total erotic adventure offered by Playboy!