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Clare Gallagher on finding inner peace as an ultrarunner
The Wim Hof Method, healing body and mind through structured breath practice and cold exposure, is a hot trend in BoCo (and beyond). By Robyn Griggs Lawrence Photos by Heidi Andringa Boulder native Andre Hamm was living his dream, training to slopestyle ski in the 2018 Olympics, when a head injury sent his
Scientific advances make it possible for researchers to analyze circadian rhythms with a single blood draw.
About 6 in 10 Americans have a chronic disease, defined as one that lasts a year or more and requires ongoing medical care, like diabetes, obesity, heart disease or kidney disease. Many chronic diseases have a genetic component, but they can also be caused or exacerbated by environmental, economic and lifestyle factors such as pollution,
CYL Sauna Studio offers infrared heat, improved wellness in private sauna suites.
2020 has been … a year, that’s for sure. It’s time to recover and rejuvenate for a better year to come! By Vicki Allsopp Editor Note: We understand that true recovery from the pandemic will take much more than a fresh haircut and a new hobby. For those who have lost loved ones, there
Feels Like Progress By Sara Bruskin Modern prosthetic arms and hooks are highly functional, and the people who use them have little to no problem with everyday tasks (after an adjustment period, of course). The phantom limb sensation, however, still causes severe physical dissonance for many amputees, regardless of prosthetic use. People experience ghostly sensations
Make yours the talk of the neighborhood with these tips Ah, the sizzle and smell of a steak on the grill on a sultry summer eve … Make yours the talk of the neighborhood this year with these tips from Jim Smailer, head chef at Boulder Cork. He knows a thing or two about grilling
Researchers worldwide are finding varying degrees of success creating replacement parts for people using 3D printing to form teeth, skin, ears and ovaries—even a heart.
Nine years after its inception, Hanuman attracts 1,200 to 2,000 people from all over the world. About half the people attending the festival come to Boulder from outside the state.
A new study conducted by CU Boulder researchers recently found that beneficial bacteria in your gut, aka gut microbiome, when used as an immunization, can have long-lasting anti-inflammatory effects on the brain.
“The muscle strength gained from doing yoga helps prevent ailments that occur as we age, such as arthritis.” By Rebecca Treon Numerous studies tout the good yoga does for both body and mind. Practitioners have reported increased strength and flexibility, relief of aches and pains, reduced stress, better sleep patterns, and fewer colds. When you
As the new trusted “white coats” on the scene, chefs have expanded their role from one defined by serving and preparing food into the realms of advocacy.
We have maps and apps to guide us. Do we still need a club? By Kay Turnbaugh Imagine living and working in the pioneer town of Boulder in the late 1800s or early 1900s. The wild mountains beckoned to the west, but not many people had a wagon or a car, and only a daring
Endurance athletes have reason to worry about heart health. A new study says it’s not rare for triathletes to suffer a cardiac arrest during the race.
People with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia may require memory care—a type of long-term skilled nursing—but shop wisely.
Sticks, Dirt and Charcoal... in Your Mouth? Here are three new trends in dental health care for you to debate.
While anxiety is a normal, even beneficial, an alarmingly high level of anxiety among children and adolescents is making them chronically ill.
Snake Oil or Truly Miraculous? What is this magical nutritional supplement cannabidiol (CBD)? Is it as miraculous as people claim?