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It Is Time to Stop the Direction of the Beef and Bacon Cancer Conversation

For all of those who have actually read the World Health Organization report, which is few, including myself as the entire document has yet to be released, and for those who have read the official press release put up on The Lancet, a English medical journal that is ripe with conflict, this needn’t concern you because the conclusion is so incredibly obvious.
 
For all of the others who are completely bought into this abuse of statistical evaluation as “credible science,” please continue reading.

A HordoN HEALTHy Pregnancy and New Motherhood; Part I, Introduction



It is no secret that the United States has a lot to learn from how other countries manage their health. Our obesity and preventable disease rates are consistently among the highest in the world, as are our numbers of people on prescription drugs. One area in which we are failing most egregiously is the way our society treats our pregnant and new mothers. I’ll use Sweden as an example directly opposed to the U.S. in this regard; since 1974, in Sweden, both mother and father of a new born are given, by law, 12 months of paid parental leave to share.

B.I.Snow Season Preview, Episode I: El Nino



            Well my little shredders, it’s the start of a new season on the hills and mountains of North America. Questions abound; will El Niño bring epic snow to the West? Can this season possibly match last season’s massive snow totals in the East? Are any of the advances in boots or skis truly going to improve your riding? Which resort towns will be the first to follow Aspen’s lead and go 100% renewable? While I cannot predict answers with certainty, I’m entertained (and I hope y’all are too) by hypothetically prognosticating.

The miracle fix that will end most modern physical ailments!


What if I told you that there was one solution for some of the most common physical maladies in society? This one thing fixes most, if not all, cases of plantar fasciitis and lower back pain, and addresses knee pains of every kind. This fix can be done preemptively to keep all of these and countless other maladies from attacking your body. Years of damage can be undone with one simple process. Debilitating injury can be avoided altogether when taken as a precautionary habit. What if I told you all it would cost is that it would take 15-20 minutes, but you had to do it every day?

Musicians: The Importance of Training Like an Athlete

Musicians have the potential to suffer physically from long hours of playing. Just like any athlete, they run a risk of overtraining, especially without the use of proper counter exercises. As performance coaches, it is our duty to apply our practices to every type of performance, not just the performance of athletes.

The main difference between athletic and musical performance is the inherent movement. String players (violin, viola, cello), woodwind players, vocalists, and pianists tend to perform music that is more static pieces, which forces them to be in one position for a prolonged period of time.
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