On the heels of the recent discovery that accelerometers could be used as indicators for Alzheimer’s disease comes yet another potential diagnostic tool, one that most of us already have in our pantries: peanut butter.
It’s October: National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And while this time of year has systematically turned into a Susan G. Komen propaganda (see controversy over “pinkwashing”), that still doesn’t ch …
The other day I wrote a post about my issues with squat challenges which you can check out here. Now it’s really easy to point out flaws with something. But it’s another thing all together to do something about it. So I thought I would go ahead and create my suggestion for a 31 day program targeted at giving you an amazing butt. Now you will notice that this program isn’t every day like some programs. This is important to allow your body to recover and get stronger. Feel free to insert your own regular cardio or upper body workouts into the off spaces. If you want to try the program go ahead and download and print the images if you like for your wall. If you have any questions about the program my ask box is always open.
We’re all painfully aware that there isn’t a cure for Alzheimer’s. There isn’t even a reliable way to diagnose it. But a new blood test, the first of its kind, indicates that we can hold out hope for a surefire diagnosis, one that might catch the disease earlier than the current battery of brain scans and cognitive tests.