If you aren’t posing correctly, you’re not only depriving yourself of the benefits of yoga, but the misplacement could potentially lead to injury (yikes!). Even if you practice yoga on the reg, you can easily find yourself in autopilot mode, and potentially allow your stances to become less disciplined. Sky Ting Yoga co-founder Krissy Jones is here to demonstrate the right way to nail three common poses you might be getting wrong.
Scientists in Australia have developed a groundbreaking non-invasive ultrasound technology that removes neurotoxic amyloid plaques from the brain of Alzheimer’s patients. The plaques are characteristic of the disease, indicating memory loss and decline in cognitive function.
Getting your wisdom teeth removed has become a rite of passage, particularly in the United States and Australia. Many dentists routinely recommend removal of the teeth. If they are impacted – in other words, still below the gum line – this can involve surgery and all that entails: general anesthetic, stitches, and a week or more of recovery.
Researchers testing an experimental injected type of male contraception have found it to be highly effective in preventing pregnancy. This hormone shot moves science closer to finally producing a male equivalent to female contraceptives such as the birth control pill and intrauterine devices.