'Exercise snacking' is called more effective than longer moderate workouts at reducing glucose concentrations in people who are insulin resistant.
The diarrhea wouldn't stop. The hallucinations were just beginning. The blisters on her feet formed as she ran. In heat that topped 120 degrees, Lisa Smith-Batchen's body began breaking down.
Sometimes science quantifies something many of us know to be true. So listen up, new parents: Waking up repeatedly to care for a little one isn't good for your moods and your ability to attend to tasks, and it's just as bad as not sleeping much at all.
Warner Bros. has acquired film rights to Donna Tartt's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "The Goldfinch," The Times has confirmed. Brett Ratner's RatPac Entertainment has also come aboard to produce with Nina Jacobson ("The Hunger Games") and Brad Simpson of Color Force, who brought the project to the studio. Deadline first reported the news. Tartt's dense, ambitious novel unfolds over two decades and nearly 800 pages, telling the story of a 13-year-old boy who loses his mother in a terrorist bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Virtually orphaned, he keeps a tiny Carel Fabritius painting stolen from the site of the tragedy with him as he makes his...