I have a question/problem regarding overeating. Being a college student and food science major, I am constantly thinking about food. I currently play Ultimate Frisbee and occasionally play badminton and go running. I eat extremely healthy, but the problem is I constantly think of food. Therefore, I overeat, and I gained 16 pounds in less than two years. Is there any way to control my self-will? I would like to lose 10 pounds. I am 5 feet 3 and 120 pounds, but it's not like I can cut out unhealthy food in my diet. Eating less is difficult because I do not want to go into starvation mode. Quick advice please?
After the ghoulish Halloween madness at the biggest baddest track of them all, a return to a cookie cutter venue at Texas Motor Speedway will bring some much needed normalcy to the Sprint Cup this weekend. Just three races remain on the 2009 slate and for some, the end of the season can't come soon enough.
Carl Edwards is doing a diary Q&A with SI.com this season. In his latest edition, Carl talks about his foot injury, his thrilling last-lap win at Montreal, meeting President Barack Obama at the White House, what he needs to do to shore up his third straight bid in the Chase, and tells the story of the night a thunderstorm almost brought his career to an early ending.
A few weeks ago, Tony Hoard, a 57-year-old manufacturing worker in Indiana, boarded a flight on Midwest Airlines to Las Vegas, Nevada, with his Australian Shepherd. The flight attendant smiled at the two and said, "Welcome aboard."
Many travelers tramp through Europe like they're visiting the cultural zoo. "Ooh, that guy in lederhosen yodeled! Excuse me, could you do that again so I can take a picture?" When I'm in Europe, I become the best German or Spaniard or Italian I can be.
Richard Knerr, co-founder of the company that introduced America to the Hula Hoop, the Frisbee and other iconic toys, died on Monday, January 14th. The 82-year-old entrepreneur passed away at Methodist Hospital after suffering a stroke earlier in the day at his home in Arcadia, Calif.
I spent at least half my childhood drawing. By the time I got to college and signed up for my first drawing class, I was pretty comfortable with a pencil. My teacher was a brilliant draftsman named Will Reimann.
If you take a multivitamin every morning and perhaps a supplement or two because you care about your health, does it make sense to do the same with your dog or cat? Stephanie Pendleton of Emerald Isle, North Carolina, would say yes.
There's school, homework to be done, hair to be washed and braided, playdates to honor, birthday parties to attend. Ballet and gymnastics and track. Hardly a minute of my family's time goes unscheduled, and when we do get a breather, we often spend it planning the next activities.
When a handful of politicians, trustees and parents heard Rockstar Games, the maker of the controversial "Grand Theft Auto" series, was creating a game about dealing with school bullies, many feared it would glorify gun violence in the schoolyard.
Drinking from a fire hose. Holding back the tide. Herding fish. Whatever your metaphor of choice, it's easy to get washed away amongst the thousands of gadgets at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show, or CES.
Stashed away in the rolling hills north of San Francisco, the town of Sebastopol, California, used to be remarkable for two things: Gravenstein apples (it was once the world's largest producer) and the Russian River appellation (excellent zinfandels).