Lauren Steele

Salton Sea Restoration Project Proposed

Help may be on the way for California’s suffering Salton Sea. Due to increasing salinity and changes in water appropriations of the Colorado River under the Quantification Settlement... Read More

Nick Symmonds Is a Man of Many Talents

Nick Symmonds just penned his first book, wants to take the road race 800-meter world record on October 17, and is training to run the first sub-five beer mile at the Beer Mile World Championships in...

Study: Hiking Makes You Happier

British and American scientists have published new research showing that group nature walks help us combat stress while boosting mental well-being. Researchers from the University of Michigan and... Read More

Shareholder Sues SeaWorld

A lawsuit filed Tuesday against SeaWorld Entertainment charges that the company misled shareholders over the effect of the documentary Blackfish on park attendance, the Los Angeles Times reports.... Read More

Science Will Save Your Coffee

A group of scientists has sequenced the DNA of coffee plants, creating the possibility of genetically engineered java and answering questions about the origins of caffeine. The study, published... Read More

This Fork Zaps You When You Eat Too Fast

There's a new tool for athletes who shovel down their recovery meals. The HAPIfork is an electronic fork that glows and vibrates when you don't take enough time between bites. The HAPIfork was... Read More

Drink Up! Wine Makes Athletes Stronger

A new study suggests that the combination of regular exercise and moderate consumption of either red or white wine improves cardiac health and lowers cholesterol. Presented at the European Society... Read More

American Wins UTMB 100, Again

Two thousand runners entered the North Face Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc race through the Alps this year, but only one man and one woman stood atop the podium on Sunday. American Rory Bosio claimed... Read More