Bodybuilder faces backlash after mocking elderly woman at the gym

An Australian bodybuilder has been criticized for uploading a video of himself laughing at an elderly woman working out at the gym. Conor Tisdell shared the Instagram clip of the woman using a pull-down machine at a gym in Brisbane, saying that he has “never laughed so hard.” Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Deb, who…

Weight loss surgery tied to lasting digestive issues

A common weight loss surgery is associated with long-term gastrointestinal problems and food intolerance, a recent study suggests. Researchers examined data on 249 extremely obese patients who had what’s known as laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, which reduces the stomach to a small pouch about the size of an egg. Two years after surgery, these patients…

Survey it right – Types of Building Survey

Whenever you need to get help of a building surveyor, it is common that they tend to “customize” their surveys in order to meet the specific demands you make as a client. Despite the customization, all surveys fall into 4 major categories. Hence, you can easily make the right choice out of these four which…

Healthy Foods You Should Be Careful Eating

Trying to eat healthy is a great idea. However, some healthy foods can actually pose a risk. There are contamination issues you have to be aware of. In addition, some foods that are good for you can be dangerous if they aren’t stored or cooked properly. In order to make eating healthy safe, it helps…

Five yoga strategies to stress less

After dealing with months of stress-inducing election drama, many of us are feeling understandably tense and anxious — myself included. That’s why I’m sharing five of my favorite yoga-based ways to tame tension and regain peace of mind. Because stress takes its toll both mentally and physically, yoga’s mind-body approach can be very effective at…

Too much heat in the kitchen may increase your risk of heart disease

If you’re a fan of a well-seared steak or a crisp fried samosa, you may need to pace yourself, as a new study has found that you could be increasing your risk of heart disease. Like the crunch of something double-fried? That’s even worse. “When food is heated up to a high temperature, new compounds…

5 common myths about your sex drive— busted

Like every other aspect of human health, your sex drive has been the subject of lots of scientific scrutiny. And, like every other aspect of human health, the answer experts give when asked about your libido is, “It’s complicated.” One popular idea that’s at least partly hokum: That a man’s libido peaks when he’s young,…

Playboys and misogynists more likely to have mental health problems: study

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) –  Men who behave like promiscuous playboys or feel powerful over women are more likely to have mental health problems than men with less sexist attitudes, according to a study released on Monday. The analysis found links between sexist behavior and mental health issues such as depression and substance abuse,…

Terminally ill teen won historic ruling to preserve body

A 14-year-old girl who wanted her body to be preserved, in case she could be cured in the future, won a historic legal fight shortly before her death. The girl, who was terminally ill with a rare cancer, was supported by her mother in her wish to be cryogenically preserved – but not by her…

Bagged salad is Salmonella risk, study finds

Bagged salad can fuel the growth of food-poisoning bugs like Salmonella and make them more dangerous, a study says. University of Leicester scientists said the moist environment combined with nutrients leaching out of chopped leaves created the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. The researchers said they were shocked at the way the bacteria thrived, even…