[healthzone.ca] - That's according to William Broad, Pulitzer Prize winning science writer and investigative reporter at The New York Times. Broad, 60, a longtime yoga practitioner, is the author of The Science of Yoga: The Risks and the Rewards.
[Publishers Weekly] - William Broad, author of The Science of Yoga: The Risks and the Rewards (Simon & Schuster, ), will be on NPR's Science Friday. Tonya Reiman, author of The Body Language of Dating: Read His Signals, Send Your Own, and Get the Guy (Gallery
[New Haven Register] - 29, $5; Reading/book signing by Michael Ian Black, author of “You're Not Doing It Right”, 7 pm March 2, $5; Reading/book signing by William Broad, author of “The Science of Yoga”, 3 pm March 3, $ Boston Post Road (Route 1), Madison;
[Montreal Gazette] - "Yoga can wreck your body if you're not careful," New York Times senior science writer William Broad said in an interview for the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Patch, a web-based community paper. To suggest that yoga isn't the all-healing practice that we've
[SouthCoastToday.com] - William Broad sits down on "The Colbert Report" (11:30 pm, Comedy Central). Viola Davis, Mark Ronson, Erykah Badu, Zigaboo Modeliste and members of the Dap-Kings appear on "Late Show With David Letterman" (11:35 pm, CBS) ... Jay Leno welcomes Tyler
[Huffington Post] - That's because a new book, The Science of Yoga, by New York Times science reporter William Broad, is about to hit the sales counters. The book calls into question whether yoga is actually the karma-free, healing balm its proponents claim.
[NPR] - William Broad, a Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer for The New York Times, is one of them. Broad started doing yoga as a freshman in college in and has been practicing ever since. "I can't imagine doing [my] job without it," he tells Fresh
[Boston Globe] - The book's author, science writer William Broad, described his own experience where his back went out while engaged in an extended-side-angle pose “hailed as a cure for many diseases'' and said that led him to lose his belief that “yoga was a source of
[Washington Post (blog)] - “It's a tough call,” he said, “with all the hoopla [surrounding the upcoming publication of William Broad's book 'The Science of Yoga' and a much-discussed New York Times article about it]. It would be irresponsible to just go in and start practicing