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Unstoppable: Anthony Robles
Wrestling champion Anthony Robles hasn’t let anything keep him from standing at the top of his game.
Can Gut Bacteria Affect Alzheimer’s Disease?
Feb 16, 2017
New research finds the microbes in your gut may play a major role in escalating the chronic brain disease.
The Anxiety of After-Hours Email
In an always-on-call culture, researchers argue for pulling the plug on business-related connectivity outside of office hours to improve employee productivity and well-being — and France passes the first right-to-disconnect law.
In Praise of Healthy Hobbies
Optimal health means working out and eating well, but it also involves making time for activities like reading, art, and music. New research makes the case for these not-so-trivial pursuits.
The Power Paradox
Fresh perspectives from a preeminent social psychologist on how we gain influence — and how these new ideas can improve our relationships.
Early Adapter: Natalie Morales
show anchor Natalie Morales gets honest about embracing change, finding balance, and rising to new challenges.
Health Under Stress
Dec 16, 2016
High levels of stress can take its toll even on healthy eaters.
Can a Little Heat Make You Happier?
New research on the potential benefits of hyperthermia treating depression.
Expert Answers: Cold Conditioning for Athletes
Can cold conditioning help you recover from a tough workout? Our expert weighs in.
How to Make a Luminaria
Brighten up any season with these easy-to-make paper lanterns.
Expert Answers: Upper-Body Foam Rolling
Foam rolling your upper body muscles can be tricky. Our expert's guidance will help you make the right moves.
Bridging the Divide: Aviva Romm, MD
Integrative physician Aviva Romm, MD, seeks to fill the gaps between natural and scientific therapies, and reunite us with our health and vitality.
How Girls Benefit From Sports
Research shows that playing organized sports offers young girls a better shot at a healthy, successful future.
The National Park Service turns 100 this year. Celebrate this forever-young centenarian by exploring the remarkable places it protects.
How to Reduce Your Food-Waste Footprint
The tons of food people worldwide discard or allow to go bad have serious economic, cultural, and environmental impacts. Consider these stats:
Be 10 Percent Happier This Election Season
Oct 26, 2016
A new app provides an outlet to lower your political stress level.
A Labor of Love and Loss: Nora McInerny Purmort
Writer Nora McInerny Purmort’s raw and hilarious insights on love, loss, and grief have created a community of change-makers ready to help those in need.
Hawaiian Bees Are First to Be Designated as Endangered
Oct 20, 2016
Federal protections have been given to seven bee species in the hopes their populations will rebound.
Oct 18, 2016
Women taking oral contraceptives suffer a higher incidence of depression, a new study finds.
How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds
A simple process can turn this year’s crop into next year’s harvest.
Cooking Up Change: Haile Thomas
Teen chef Haile Thomas shares her recipe for getting kids to eat their veggies.
Putting Kids Back Into Kids’ Sports
Growing Healthy Kids
Sheila Mulrooney Eldred
Reducing Sugar Intake Quickly Boosts Kids’ Health
Dec 15, 2015
The Big Picture: 5 Fundamentals of Lifetime Health
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