A new algorithm might be the key to never having a bad race again.
Last summer, the Federal Trade Commission filed a claim against Applied Food Sciences—a company that develops and markets “proprietary technologies” used in foods and... Read More
When it comes to making healthy food and beverage choices, a new study shows that people are better off knowing both the number of calories they’re consuming and the amount of exercise it... Read More
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...
In 2007, Dan Berlin's sight took a turn for the worse. His lifestyle changed. He gave up his driver's license and started using a mobility cane. He also started running.
A two-year study of three elementary schools in College Station, Texas, found that when schoolchildren were given the choice of standing or sitting at their desks, 374 of 480 students chose to... Read More
The Australian government revealed a 35-year plan on Monday to guide the management and rehabilitation of the Great Barrier Reef. The Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan was developed to help... Read More