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The world gasped when Muhammad Ali publicly spoke out against the Vietnam War in 1967 and refused to join the military. As a result, he had his heavyweight title stripped and his boxing license suspended, costing him nearly four years in the prime of his career. More than...

source: By Nick Merrill
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Many scientists believe that chronic inflammation, which is caused by various factors such as a bad diet, smoking and stress, triggers symptoms of aging. So step on the cigarette butt, let go of what's stressing you out and clean up your diet with these nutrient dense,...

source: AFPA

You've probably heard of "runner's high" and "yoga bliss" — feelings of euphoria that can come after periods of exercise. And maybe you've heard people talk about how they "have" to workout — as though if they didn't exercise, they'd suffer severe physical or...

source: CNN

Weight loss is often considered an individual effort, one with a familiar prescription: Eat healthier food and exercise more often. But the latest research suggests external influences, including family, friends and social networks, can also have a significant impact on...

source: Chicago Tribune

There's running. There's wearing a heart-rate monitor. There's climbing a rope in gym class. There's slushing around in the swimming pool. Fine activities, each of them. But if you want more — step outside your comfort zone. Take your fitness to a whole new level....

source: The Dallas Morning News

Women who take iron supplements experience a marked improvement in their exercise performance, a new study shows. Iron supplementation improved women's exercise performance, in terms of both the highest level they could achieve at 100 percent exertion and their exercise...

source: University of Melbourne via ScienceDaily

Using a screening method that previously identified a compound in apple peel as a muscle-boosting agent, a team of scientists has now discovered that tomatidine, a compound from green tomatoes, is even more potent for building...

source: University of Iowa via ScienceDaily

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