Backbreaking claims raise yogis’ brows
Women in the U.S. spend $7 billion annually on beauty products, including skin care, hair care, perfumes and makeup.
In order to achieve flawless, red-carpet-worthy skin, a healthy skin care regimen is vital.
Fall is a frenzy of exciting holiday parties, dreaded midterms and a surplus of calories. With the holiday season lurking around the corner, delicious treats are almost impossible to avoid.
There are several ways students can get involved with athletics at San Diego State. For example, many students are not aware that with a membership to the Aztec Recreation Center, they are eligible to join an intramural sport on campus.
Shoes are worn as often as underwear: every day. They are relied on to protect feet at work, school and the gym.
However, is it possible to rely too heavily on shoes? In a $20 billion industry, modern athletic shoes specially designed to provide support during physical activities are proving to do more harm than good.
From Emergen-C drink mix to diet pills, the colossal ambiguity of supplements makes it difficult to distinguish between the advantages and dangers of their usage.
As the holidays quickly approach, curious minds may seek the best way to shed some extra pounds before indulging in their favorite seasonal treats.
With various diets such as the restrictive low-fat South Beach Diet or the low-carb Atkins program, dieting can be hard to keep up with because what is considered “healthy” is constantly being modified.
For decades, milk has been known as a bone-building mega mogul muscle drink, essential for a balanced diet – but is it really healthy?
With such a variety of workouts available today, it should come as no surprise to find a new type of exercise called ballet barre that is centered on the toning movements of ballet dancing.
As tattooing becomes increasingly socially acceptable, many college students are itching to be inked for the first time or to add to their body art collection.