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April 16, Southern Methodist University hosted its annual Mr. & Ms. SMU Bodybuilding Competition. The Hughes-Trigg auditorium was packed with the friends and families of the competitors. Fans used flowers, posters and extremely loud chanting to show their support. Continue reading
Easter is celebrated with family meals, egg hunts and church services. It doesn’t seem to matter if you’re Catholic or Baptist; it’s true that with Easter comes candy. In fact, the average child will eat about $36 worth of candy this Easter. Just FYI, that’s a lot of candy. Be careful though, there is a dark side to Easter candy and its ingredients.
College students like to party. It is a fact of life; however, most of the college age population fits the criteria for binge drinking. We all know that copious amounts of alcohol usually results in a hangover; but what does it do to our overall health? Continue reading
Greek yogurt is just one of the many health food crazes and that’s because it’s crazy good. Don’t let the name fool you; this yogurt is not from Greece. Instead, the word “Greek” describes how the yogurt is made through centuries-old straining technique. Continue reading
Fan of the show or not, The Biggest Loser is doing it right with social media. Current on its 14th season, the two-hour premiere of TBL lured in roughly 6.9 million views. This season is completely different than any others. For the first time ever, TBL has children on the show and they are calling for a health revolution. Continue reading
Everyone knows that exercise gives us plenty of benefits. It prevents diseases, increases our mental awareness and is the foundation for a overall healthy lifestyle. However, did you also know that it could actually lead to a bigger brain?
There’s an app for everything these days. You can scan barcodes, update your Facebook, play games, and, now, create a timelapse video of your fitness project or weightloss. With FITEO, you have the ability to track body improvement instead of only weight or inches lost. Continue reading