Are redheads really the redheaded stepchildren of the world-family? Scientists pop the carrot top to find out what makes gingers tick and what makes them sick.
Kevin MD talks facebook, narcisism, and self esteem. What say you readers, would your off-line and on-line selves like each other?
Here’s a fun hack: Steve Maxwell barefootifies his Nikes with a steak knife.
Should women use creatine? Charlotte over at The Great Fitness Experiment gives it a try. Read her personal account and chime in with your own opinion.
More on the D-Wars: The Huffington Post covers vitamin D, and how the IOM may be SOL with their IUs for RDA.
And finally, I’m not a huge fan of treadmills, but this one is novel.
- Girl Gone Primal is running a series of fall-back favorites (meals that don’t require all the meticulous measuring and preparation) including bacon-stuffed capsicum.
- Cinnamon up your salmon with Feasting on Fitness’s fun breakfast recipe.
Two years ago (December 26 – January 1)
- Dear Mark: Sunglasses and Sunlamps – Helpful? Harmful? Find out what kind of rays you’re getting, what kind of rays your blocking, and how it all measures up to the original, big yellow light bringer.
- Aflatoxins, or Another Reason to Shun Peanuts – You know peanuts aren’t nuts, they’re legumes. But this post takes the anti-peanut campaign a step further.
Comment of the Week
Multitasking is half-assing a bunch of sh** at once!
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