Cambridge, Massachusetts – A study published last week by a group of researchers at Harvard Medical School suggests that regular yoga practice can lead to an increased likelihood of gluten sensitivity. Study groups practicing more than twice per week and owning a membership to a yoga studio were found to be suffering from this condition far more frequently than the general population.Read More
I often find myself running late. I try my best, but at times it seems like there's nothing I can do; sometimes I think it's genetic. I know I'm not the only person in the world whose timing can improve, and believe it or not, I don't only share this with people, but also with digital recording systems.
How, you wonder, can digital recording systems have timing issues?
The first thing I can say with certainty is this: writing a travel blog post when I'm back from the place I've been is like covering my mouth for a sneeze that happened two days ago. It seems a lot less urgent, and a little odd.
The second thing I can say with certainty is this: clocks are the biggest liars on the face (get it?) of the earth. If anyone dares to tell me that time moves steadily no matter where you are or what you're doing, I'll tell you that I've got a bridge to sell, and it happens to be in Brooklyn.
Speaking of Brooklyn on a more factual note, this where my 2-day sojourn begins.Read More