Boot-camp-style workouts can help you build strength, burn fat, and connect with a community. Here are some expert tips for getting fit — and avoiding injury.
These recipes from the Frugal Vegan cookbook prove that a healthy, plant-based diet doesn’t have to be intimidating or expensive.
Human-rights activist and author Sara Safari hopes her unexpected journey from engineer to mountaineer will inspire others to reach for their wildest dreams.
Sign up for your chance to win this nurturing, botanical skin-care package from One Love Organics.
A renowned genetics pioneer argues that medical advances will someday allow humans to live well past 100 years. I can’t help wondering what would be lost in the process.
Our managing editor attends a LIFELOVE retreat and unpacks the benefits of a body-positive mindset.
According to research, 70 percent of couples report that counseling helped improve their relationship.
Want to build intimacy in your primary relationships? Harness the power of memory.
How to get past your need for approval and enjoy the love and happiness already in your grasp.
Danish researchers suggest that my diminutive stature as a youth makes it more likely I’ll develop dementia. I think they may be short-sighted.
Here are some easy ways to get more turmeric in your diet.
Skip the crowded restaurants and have a special dinner at home with this simple, elegant menu.
New Zealand researchers have found that bicycling to work may enhance your longevity. My own experience suggests they may be ignoring the possibility of fatal collisions.
Saving the world, one edible critter at a time? Our deputy editor digs into the research around eating insects and cooks with them too (think cricket flour). Bug appétit!
For writer and podcast host Sarah Nicole Landry, self-worth goes beyond her body. She shares her evolving journey of what it means to show up for oneself in love.
Here are some of the latest findings about sugary drinks like soda, juice, energy drinks, and more.
New research on muscle mass and heart disease reminds me of a harsh lesson my dad taught me long ago: Never assume anything.
This is your body on foods that are more processed, have higher levels of sugar, and contain fewer nutrients.