Lucid dreams bear the awareness that one is actually dreaming. Both therapeutic and entertaining, they serve as a portal to your own virtual reality, one that can feel just as real as the waking world. Since the term “lucid dream” was coined in 1913 by Dutch psychiatrist Frederik van Eeden, extensive scientific research has been [...]
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Students face the daunting task of juggling classes, internships, social events and extracurriculars on a daily basis. Unfortunately, hectic schedules often let fitness fade into oblivion.
Enclosed by four walls, each player uses a short-handled racket to hit a small rubber ball. Unlike other racket sports, this one does not involve a net and the walls, floor and ceiling are fair playing surfaces.
If an arduous sprint of mirroring saucy dance moves sounds like a good time, Zumba may be for you.
Dance and drill workouts such as CrossFit, P90X and Zumba have undoubtedly become some of the hottest trends in contemporary fitness.
Imagine reaching a state of nirvana while surrounded by beautiful art. At the San Diego Museum of Art, this is no fantasy.
College life can be hectic — so hectic that maintaining a healthy diet often becomes difficult.
A heaping plate of pasta is placed on the dinner table. The first instinct is to plunge a fork into the hot noodles and shovel the meal down, satisfying a grumbling stomach.
Take a spoonful of white powder, mix it in a couple ounces of water, drink and wait for the body to tingle, heart rate to spike, energy to explode and muscles to swell.
WTake a spoonful of white powder, mix it in a couple ounces of water, drink and wait for the body to tingle, heart rate to spike, energy to explode and muscles to swell.
Artificial sweeteners taste bitter in excess