Zen to Fitness (a great new blog by the way) gives us (like we needed any more 😉 ) reasons to start sprinting today.
Eye on FDA examines whether its morally fair for pharmacists and physicians to object to certain treatments or procedures.
Something biting you? HealthBolt compiles a list of various online sources that will help you track down the culprit (and creep you out in the process).
With news reports suggesting that more Americans are turning to the Web for more info, Junkfood Science discusses a recent Journal of Internal Medicine paper suggesting that blogs written by medical professionals could threaten the integrity of the medical field.
Marginal Revolution profiles a study in the Journal of Happiness Research (what a fun job!) that suggests that self-help books can actually improve your mood.
Feeling rejected? Blogger Pick the Brain profiles seven strategies to handle hearing no.
Looking to spice up your workout routine? Straight to the Bar profiles a fitness video that they describe as American Ninja Training. We say check out the sweet moves on the playground bars – amazing!
Wise Bread this week examines the difference between being overly productive and just plain overworked (and why we’re all too happy to literally work ourselves to death).
Food is Love has two great posts. One on eggs and the other on grass-fed butter.
and last, but not least…
Pay Now, Live Later explains why UK health food stores are the worst sugar pushers of all.
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