Tag Archives: Want

Eat Whatever You Want and Still Get Results

Eating shouldn’t suck. That may sound obvious, but let’s face it: For so many women, the very notion of mealtime brings up a ton of baggage, whether it’s the drudgery of trying to stick to an unsatisfying meal plan or a bunch of guilt and shame after “cheating” or going “off plan.” And that’s really… Read More »

“I Don’t Want to Get Big & Bulky!”

“I don’t want to get big and bulky.” That’s what the prospective client told me. She wanted to get stronger, lose body fat, and feel more confident, but she was afraid of getting “too big.” According to her, resistance training, and especially weight lifting, were out of the question. I sighed to myself. Not again.… Read More »

Elizabeth Holmes’ lawyers in Theranos civil case want out because she can’t pay them

Elizabeth Holmes, founder and CEO of Theranos. David Orrell | CNBC Elizabeth Holmes, who once presided over blood-testing startup Theranos which was valued at $ 9 billion, can’t pay her legal bills in a class-action civil suit, according to her lawyers in the case at the law firm Cooley LLP. Cooley is handling a class-action… Read More »

The rising trend of GAPPY teeth: Dentist reveals influx of women want ‘the London look’

The gap-tooth trend: Dentist reveals more and more women want the ‘London look’ and are KEEPING the space in between their front teeth -inspired by Lara Stone, Georgia May Jagger and Love Island stars Dr Mark Hughes said he more often perfects teeth gaps instead of closing them  Women are asking to have their gap… Read More »

Do You Want To Be Happier? Exercise More

Researchers at the University of Michigan analyzed 23 research papers on the connection between physical exercise and happiness. They reported that as little as 10 minutes of exercise a day was linked with joyful moods. The type of exercise did not matter. Those who exercised a little more were around 30% more likely to consider… Read More »

Pediatrician: How I partnered with parents who didn't want to vaccinate

With the rise of social media, vaccinations have become debated online, and — emboldened by anonymity — people engage in name-calling and shaming. Not only is this unproductive and divisive, it simply isn’t the right way for families to make decisions for the health of their children. As a pediatrician, over the past few years,… Read More »