Website for calculating what time you should go to bed depending on what time you have to get up. It's not based on how many hours of sleep you need but rather where in the cycle you would wake up. Waking up in the middle of a sleep cycle leaves you feeling tired and groggy, but waking up in between cycles lets you wake up feeling refreshed and alert!
Q: How can one respond to those who challenge that the HAES® model is “healthist” and/or “ableist” in its promotion of exercise? A: The HAES model leaves a lot of wiggle room in determining how one might want to contribute to their own wellness. It does not dictate any particular right or wrong way. That is the opposite of a healthist approach, which deems only certain behaviors and those that choose them to be healthy.
Above-normal weight alone does not necessarily increase short-term risk of death, U.S. data suggest
New study: Fat doesn't kill. "The investigators found that severely obese people were 1.26 times more likely to die during follow-up than people in the normal weight group. However, if people with diabetes or hypertension were eliminated from the data, those who were overweight, obese or even severely obese had similar or even lower death rates than people of normal weight."