Worst Things You Can Say to Your Kids

Why words hurt We’ve all said the wrong thing at times, leaving our kids feeling angry, hurt, or confused. Words can be eternally damaging, especially coming from parents who are supposed to be safe and supportive figures in their child’s lives. “Parents’ support and approval are essential for kids’ well-being,” says Jill Whitney, LMFT, who...

The “Majors” of Ultrarunning

by LetsRun.com (Sponsored by HOKA ONE ONE) June 15, 2019 HOKA ONE ONE sponsored LetsRun.com’s exploration of the ultramarathon over the month of May (and a little bit before and after), trying to determine the answer to the question: “What are the best ultramarathons in the world?” You can see the debate here. While this is sponsored...

Rocky Running: Inside the world of elite ultra runners

Michele Yates, from Conifer, runs to the finish to take first place in the women’s hare division of the Steamboat Springs Run Rabbit Run 100 on Saturday, September 14, 2018, with a time of 22 hours, 33 minutes and 54 seconds. Leah Vann Editor’s Note: This is part 2 of a three-part series on trail...

In Pig Brains, Researchers Spark New Activity After Death

Conventional wisdom tells us that a mammal brain dies minutes after it stops receiving oxygen. But a recent study, published in Nature on Wednesday, brings into question our current definitions of life and death. Researchers from the Yale School of Medicine restored some cell function in the brains of dead pigs. Visual: Phil Hearing/Unsplash Researchers from the Yale...

Healthy eating, active living: Optimizing Nutrition Through Exercise

The Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education (KPE) hosted leading experts at the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport on March 5 to present in the Optimizing Nutrition Through Exercise panel to discuss the relationship between physical activity and nutrition. The event presented a combination of time-efficient exercise strategies with simple evidence-based dietary changes that...