Why Being a Morning Person Makes You Better Than Everyone Else


Hate sleeping in? You’re in luck: research says being an early riser is much better for your health.   By: Jenn Sinrich/Mens Health Do you wake up in the morning at 6:30 a.m. on the dot, excited to start your day? Do you feel like you get your best work done right when you getContinue reading “Why Being a Morning Person Makes You Better Than Everyone Else”

Alfred Hitchcock Returns


I have always been a big man,big tall and obese.   There are no sad tales, I dated in college, confident and did all the normal things.     Of course most of my life, I like a lot of people, didn’t measure up to the images on the big and small screens. So I dieted,Continue reading “Alfred Hitchcock Returns”

Celebrity Apprentice Season 14 Episode 4: Housewife Hatred


Beverly Hills and Atlanta are Not sister Cities. And the Geraldo Rivera you don’t want to see! (Trust me)  BUT were gonna show ya anyway.   No love from New York to 90210. Kenya Moore wont be having tea with Brandi Glanville and deep down inside Ian Ziering hates, despises Geraldo Rivera. The task on the forth installment ofContinue reading “Celebrity Apprentice Season 14 Episode 4: Housewife Hatred”

7 Weird Signs of Health Troubles


From your fingernails to your nose, these tricks could give you clues about your body for years to come By Paige Fowler/Men Health Magazine You don’t need a crystal ball to predict your future health—just your five senses. Whether you realize it or not, many conditions and diseases start with physical changes you may notContinue reading “7 Weird Signs of Health Troubles”

No smiling in the Gym


I appreciate Sacramento, with nearly a two and half million people in the region the city hasn’t lost its small town charm.  People still smile here .  In ten or twenty years I imaging a different Sacramento.   More people competing for space.  Before Sac, I lived in San Francisco and New York,  in thoseContinue reading “No smiling in the Gym”

At the nZone in Fairfax County, Va., the body’s a temple and the church is a gym


By Vicky Hallett/Washington Post The first time Justin Kavanaugh visited the hulking building amid the strip malls of Chantilly, Va., he walked around the trio of turf fields, the weight room, the group exercise studio and the massive basketball court. He was confused. “I thought this was a church,” Kavanaugh says. “I was looking forContinue reading “At the nZone in Fairfax County, Va., the body’s a temple and the church is a gym”

4 Penis Myths—Busted!


By: Madeline Haller/Mens Health Like your junk the way it is? Then ditch your Droid. Keeping your cell phone on you for the majority of the day may mess with your ability to maintain an erection, according to new research presented at the recent World Meeting on Sexual Medicine. Researchers studied 30 men—20 with erectile dysfunction,Continue reading “4 Penis Myths—Busted!”

Britain: Grandma likes her boys, spends 31k on Plastic Surgery to Stay Sexy @ 60


She has had a boob job, ­liposuction, cheek implants, Botox and a tummy tuck – and she has no intention of stopping there.. Shaping up: Yoga and tennis help keep Patricia Moss fit Nicholas Bowman /Daily Mirror Patricia Moss might be 60 with a string of grandchildren but you will never find her watching Tv inContinue reading “Britain: Grandma likes her boys, spends 31k on Plastic Surgery to Stay Sexy @ 60”

Life has 10,787 sore points-the average person has seven accidents per year


If you live to the ripe old age of 80, you can expect 483 cramps, 868 headaches, 2,898 bumps and bruises and 725 backaches Getty Images Most people will suffer 10,787 injuries, illnesses or accidents during their lifetime, a survey has found. You can expect 483 cramps, 868 headaches, 2,898 bumps and bruises and 725Continue reading “Life has 10,787 sore points-the average person has seven accidents per year”

Spanish artist fights for fashion’s real victims


Spanish artist Yolanda Dominguez shocked shoppers on Madrid‘s emblematic Gran Via on Tuesday by staging a re-enactment of last month’s Bangladesh factory disaster to raise awareness about the working conditions in the Asian country’s textile industry. Dominguez, 35, organized the ‘real fashion victims’ campaign which involved several fashion bloggers spreadeagled under piles of rubble inContinue reading “Spanish artist fights for fashion’s real victims”