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Bikram Yoga 2.0 - The Collective Dream Has Arrived

Posted by on May 20th, 2014
  First true alternative to Bikram yoga teacher training launched by collective of teachers, studio owners and contributing senior teachers from his trainings.    Santa Barbara, California (PRWEB) May 20, 2014 A growing group of experienced teachers and hot yoga studio owners are coming together to offer a true alternative to Bikram's yoga teacher traini…Read more

Ways to Enjoy Life to the Fullest Before You Die, a New Report On, Reveals to People Simple and Easy Ways to Have a Happy Life

Posted by on May 27th, 2014
        Ways To Enjoy Life To The Fullest Before You Die, a new report on the website uncovers simple tips and advice on how to enjoy life.  Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) May 24, 2014 Ways To Enjoy Life To The Fullest Before You Die, a new report created by Remez Sasson on the site shows easy tips for achieving peace of mind. In the first par…Read more

A Look at Stress, Diabetes, and the Brain: What Are We Learning, and Can Yoga Offer a Solution?

Posted by on May 27th, 2014
    Evidence-Based Diabetes Management, a news publication of The American Journal of Managed Care, visits with two Duke University collaborators who have spent three decades exploring the relationship between stress and diabetes. A sidebar looks at the increased evidence that yoga helps reduce stress and improve health, including a study funded by Aetna.…Read more

This is 2000 Calories

Posted by BuzzFeed on Mar 29th, 2013
BuzzFeed produced this informative video info-graphic that shows just how easy it is to hit 2000 calories (US Daily Allowance) from some everyday foods. Note how few items it takes of the fast foods, and guilty foods it takes to reach the total. …Read more

MDWorkout App launches on the App Store

Posted by on Dec 10th, 2012
LifeApps Digital Media Inc., (owner of, an emerging growth company and designer of apps and next-generation social networks for sports, health, fitness and entertainment enthusiasts, is pleased to announce the immediate release of, a comprehensive workout tutorial app for Apple iOS devices. The all-new MDWorkout App has been re…Read more

Facial Features Reflect Heart Health, Study Finds

Posted by Staff Writer on Nov 6th, 2012
Subjective indications of heart problems are one of the few trusted signs of cardiovascular issues. But cramping hands, extremity paralysis or a heaviness in the chest often precede cardiac arrest by only moments; what if there were indicators that gave fairer warning? Researchers at the University of Copenhagen spent 35 years observing medical patients in …Read more

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