Hey mama, you’ve got it going on—not only are you raising the next generation to be healthy, strong, and active-minded (both with themselves and the world), you’re juggling everything else, like your own personal needs, hobbies, interests, and wellbeing. The last part? Well, we can definitely help with that. It’s often tough staying healthy and
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[embedded content] This week’s edition of “Monday Night Muscle” featured three all-time greats. Of course, Bob Cicherillo and Shawn Ray were in their hosting chairs as usual. However, Ray wasn’t the only former Arnold Classic winner and Olympia runner-up in the house. Two-time Arnold champ and 2009 Mr. Olympia runner-up Branch Warren was the guest
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Professional bodybuilder, Olympia competitor, spokesman, coach—there are many titles and professions that can be associated with Dennis James. He is now adding another one to his impressive bodybuilding rèsumè – podcaster. James’ “The Menace Podcast” will premiere Sunday, April 4, at 6 p.m. ET and every Sunday thereafter on the Muscle & Fitness YouTube channel!
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In the last couple of years there has been a wave of competitors who have successfully moved up from women’s physique to women’s bodybuilding — including Andrea Shaw, of course, who won both the Rising Phoenix and the Ms. Olympia last year. Inspired by their success, there will be another wave of women’s physique competitors
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Many people look to places like Muscle & Fitness, FLEX, and M&F Hers to find athletes who have developed their bodies in a way that is similar to what they want to look like. Fortunately, there are several great champions and athletes that they can learn from and aspire to look like. The only issue
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Many beginners and trainees look to bodybuilders and physique athletes for guidance on how to build their bodies in the most effective ways possible. One of their goals is to someday be that person who future iron rookies look to for advice on how to look like them. These four elite competitors have all been
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No matter how seasoned a cook you are, you know that the right herbs and spices will enhance flavor. But have you checked the expiration dates on your spice jars lately? Seasonings may look like they’ll last forever, but do spices go bad? Do Herbs & Spices Really Expire or Go Bad? Not really. According
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Do mobile phones cause brain tumors? Whenever a trillion-dollar industry is involved—whether it’s Big Food, Big Tobacco, Big Pharma, or Big Telecom—there’s so much money that the science can get manipulated. When it comes to the potential human health effects of cell phone use, certainly, you might end up with a crick in your neck
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What does the world’s leading authority on carcinogens have to say about mobile phones? Do cell phones cause cancer? That’s a question billions of people would like to have answered and one I address in my video Cell Phone Brain Tumor Risk?. That’s why we have the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on
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What are the risks and benefits of getting an annual check-up from your doctor? Physicians and patients have come to expect the annual check-up as a routine part of care. “However, considerable research has not demonstrated a substantial benefit,” so a “revolt is brewing against the tradition of periodic” check-ups. “Even the Society for General
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What are the risks and benefits of getting a comprehensive annual physical exam and routine blood testing? The model of getting an annual physical exam dates back nearly a century in American medicine, but recently, many health authorities “have all agreed that routine annual checkups for healthy adults should be abandoned”—yet, the majority of the
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A signed bookplate makes a great keepsake for any of your copies of How Not to Diet, How Not to Die, or either of my cookbooks (see them all here). Donate any amount using this form and we will send you a bookplate signed by me as a thank you gift. All proceeds go to
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Are there dietary supplements that can help with atopic dermatitis? Atopic dermatitis, more commonly known as eczema, ranks “as the skin disease with the greatest health burden worldwide” because it’s just so common, affecting maybe one in ten kids and about 3 percent of adults, causing patches of red, itchy skin. Topical steroids, like cortisone
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The same diet that helps regulate hormones in women may also reduce exposure to endocrine-disrupting pollutants. Fibroids are the most common benign tumors in women. They can grow to a foot in diameter and affect the majority of women before they hit menopause. Although fibroids tend to be asymptomatic, when symptoms do occur, they tend
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Selecting the right tools can make a world of difference in golf, but the tools you need for a better drive or swing extend well beyond clubs, gloves, and shoes. The best golfers know that cross-training and recovery are critical to improving performance, and these TRX tools can help you level up your game. TRX
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  FIT DOESN’T CARE ABOUT THE RULES. IT ONLY CARES THAT YOU SHOW UP. The world thinks fitness has to be at the right place, the right time, with the right look, that it should come naturally or not at all. But fit doesn’t care about that. It doesn’t care about what you wear, how
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