Meets every Saturday 10am at 1815 Mass Ave Cambridge (Lesley’s UHall and location for City Sports store)
- open to all levels of runners
- choose your distance: 3 and 5 mile loop route
- City Sports Insiders earn $1 reward for each mile logged
- check out City Sports running gear and guest vendors
- raffles, give-aways, and refreshments
different concept of health and nutrition in the age of digital technology
a pbs newshour interview with clay johnson, author of “The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption.”
[…] the problem is that we have this idea that it is the information’s fault. So call it information overload. But that doesn’t really make sense. It’s sort of like saying we are suffering from obesity and therefore we’re suffering from food overload. It’s like blaming the chicken for our obesity problems.
this sounds like a fascinating book with chapters on the changing definition of literacy, information over affirmation (i.e., people would rather hear something supporting their opinions (however misinformed) rather than seek out diverse sources of info), and the physiological/psychological impact of information consumption.
a comprehensive guide to sunscreens, makeup with sunscreen, and lotions with sunscreen- updated for 2012
A quarter of this year’s products still contain vitamin A ingredients that accelerate the growth of skin tumors and lesions on sun-exposed skin, according to recent government studies. Also, 56 of the products we reviewed had no active ingredients that protect against the sun’s damaging UVA rays. And the industry continues to load store shelves with sunscreens that claim misleading, sky-high SPF ratings that may protect against sunburn-causing UVB rays but leave skin vulnerable to UVA.