This restored Windsor mansion hosted Al Capone and Paul Martin Jr. – The Globe and Mail
Devonshire Lodge is likely the only house anywhere that can lay claim to having hosted America’s most notorious gangster as well as two sitting Canadian prime ministers.
One Exercise That Just Might Change Your Running Forever – Huffington Post
According to legend, this single drill turned a 16 year old with almost no running experience into the foremost racer of his day.
Is it Really “Scientifically Impossible” to Keep Your Weight Off? – Weighty Matters
So why do people gain [weight] back if it’s so important to them? . . . In short they’ve chosen suffering as their weight management modality.
How Americans Got Red Meat Wrong – The Atlantic
Meat eating went down just before coronary disease took off. Fat intake did rise during those years, from 1909 to 1961, when heart attacks surged, but this 12 percent increase in fat consumption was not due to a rise in animal fat. It was instead owing to an increase in the supply of vegetable oils, which had recently been invented.
Push your way onto a subway train in Copenhagen and you blend in. Try the same thing in Glasgow and, well, just try it and see. In London, dumped newspapers on trains are a form of courtesy. In Vienna, they are treated like something dead that the cat’s dragged in.
Are yoga pants ruining the denim business? – Daily Mail
What used to be a premium jeans occasion for women is now socially acceptable to be a yoga pants occasion.
Giving birth was the main reason for inpatient hospitalization in 2012-13. The birth of babies accounted for 369,454 hospital stays in 2012-13.