Logan Hill, The Washington Post Published 8:42 am PDT, Monday, July 15, 2019 Since Florida Man was first defined on Twitter in 2013 as the "world's worst superhero," many men (and it's almost always men) have assumed the mantle. One man's Flordia Man story begins with an encounter crocodile. less Since Florida Man was first defined on Twitter in 2013 as the "world's worst superhero," many men (and it's almost always men) have assumed the mantle. One man's Flordia Man story begins with an encounter ... more Photo: Courtesy Chris Dieter/Crocodile Encounter Photo: Courtesy Chris Dieter/Crocodile Encounter Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Since Florida Man was first defined on Twitter in 2013 as the "world's worst superhero," many men (and it's almost always men) have … [Read more...] about Is it OK to laugh at Florida Man?
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Thursday, March 14, 2019 by: David Williams Tags: fitness, goodfood, goodhealth, health tips, healthy living, longevity, mental health, nutrition, prevention, stop smoking, superfoods (Natural News) Your body is a temple, and it’s up to you to make sure that it’s in tip-top shape. You might think that this requires the use of rigorous training and exercise programs while carefully watching your diet every single day. The truth is, things are not that complicated. According to one wellness doctor, it’s possible to maximize your chances of a long, strong, and resilient life by following a few simple tips. So if you feel like boosting your own health and fitness levels, then take a look at the advice that he has to offer. These tips are from Dr. Roy Buchinsky, M.D., director of wellness at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and the Robert and Susan Hurwitz Master Clinician in Wellness. Don’t skimp on sleep. Sleep is the most important ingredient … [Read more...] about Top 10 health tips from a wellness doctor
Video PUBLISHED: 10:22 26 February 2019 | UPDATED: 12:34 26 February 2019 Lynne Mortimer Paul Fisk and wife Allie Catchpole-Fisk who, undertook the Onelife Suffolk 12 week weight loss programme. Picture: Neil Didsbury Archant Ipswich couple Allie and Paul reveal how a Suffolk County Council initiative has improved their health and set them on the path to weight loss. I meet Allie Catchpole-Fisk and Paul Fisk in the Ipswich art gallery and emporium that salutes that 50s and 60s.The artistic director of Subterranean Boulevard in St Peter’s Street, Paul arrives with a box full of books, He is gradually ferrying in a 2,000-book library which will soon be on the shelves in the gallery.While they may have gained a lot of books, the couple, who married in 2016, have also lost a lot of weight - three stone each. And it has taken them just five months. Last year, Allie and Paul made the decision they needed a change of lifestyle and that they would do … [Read more...] about Could OneLife Suffolk help you lose weight for good?
Maxine Amis, after her accident. Photo: Murray Walker Archant Maxine Amis, 51, was enjoying the summer sunshine during a bike ride in Besthorpe last July when she sustained the life-changing injuries. Maxine Amis celebrating her 50th birthday, before the accident. Photo: Murray WalkerThe active mother-of-two was cycling through the village, wearing a helmet, when she crashed into the back of a parked van, breaking her neck.She was rushed to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, where, having not taken identification on the bike ride, staff were unable to track down her family.Mrs Amis, husband Paul and their two sons, aged 10 and 13, had been living with her mum in Cringleford, as they waited for their new home in Stoke Holy Cross to be built.And as the hours passed, the family started to worry.Her brother Murray Walker, who lives in Norwich, said: “One of the lads I worked with saw there had been an accident with a cyclist near Wymondham, and it turned out Maxine was … [Read more...] about Family’s hopes for new chapter for mum paralysed in cycling accident
Jeff Seidel Detroit Free Press Published 11:40 AM EST Jan 17, 2019 Michelle Kwan skated toward the edge of the ice — right into one of the most infamous moments in sports history. “I’m on the ice with Nancy Kerrigan!” Kwan thought. It was Jan.5, 1994, and Kwan was, at the time, an innocent, awestruck, 13-year-old. "Nancy! Nancy!" the fans were screaming inside Cobo Arena. After finishing a practice session at the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, Kwan and Kerrigan came off the ice together. Kwan let Kerrigan go first, out of deference and respect. Kerrigan, the reigning national champion, leaned against the boards and slipped covers over her blades. She wore a white lacy costume and black gloves. “Everybody was screaming Nancy’s name, trying to get an autograph,” Kwan said. “Back then, it was autographs, not selfies. She was probably 7 or 8 feet in front of me.” [ Attack on Nancy Kerrigan: A timeline … [Read more...] about Tonya Harding saga changed figure skating … for the better