Monthly Archives: March 2013

What’s Wrong with LEEDs

LEED is largely (but not totally) a distraction from a crisis that has the potential for wiping out mankind.

Never Too Old for Asanas

At age 89, Phyllis Sues has flexibility even teens might envy If you’ve ever thought, “I’m too old to (fill in the blank),” meet Phyllis Sues. Throughout her highly productive life, Sues has continued to learn new skills and use them in her career. She’s been physically active since long before most WLT readers were […]

Forget Alzheimer’s

Save Your Brain with the Sunshine Vitamin By Elizabeth Barker One more reason to load up on vitamin D: Recent research shows that a high intake of the sunshine vitamin D may curb your risk of Alzheimer’s disease as you get older. Published in the Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, […]