24/7 surveillance may deter abuse in long-term care facilities, but even its advocates admit it’s no panacea.
We all need a break to recalibrate. How I’m using my timeouts for self-care.
The founder of the Ayurvedic product line shares her advice for healthy skin.
A new poll suggests domesticated animals are a great source of stress relief for geezers. My relationship with our elderly neurotic cat tells me it’s not nearly that simple.
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Most people around the world share their beds with an infant. If you choose to do this, James McKenna, PhD, offers some tips to be as safe as possible.
Here are the “five Rs” — remove, replace, reinoculate, repair, and rebalance — of leaky-gut treatment.
With a new study suggesting that restorative sleep depends on the same cellular dysfunction that accelerates aging, I’m left to choose between the lesser of two evils — while trying to keep my spouse happy.
The Feed the Resistance cookbook author and founder of Equity at the Table shares how food and activism bring communities together.
Our managing editor copes with the loss of a loved one and wrestles with the intricacies of grief.
A casual conversation takes a fatalistic turn, challenging my belief in the infinite moment.
During the “fourth trimester,” it’s important to respect your body’s recovery time and ease back into a fitness routine.
Are my boomer compatriots so easily influenced by fake news on social-media sites that they’re presenting a serious threat to civic life? I’m not so sure.
If you stay active and support your body’s needs, you’ll improve your mindset prior to labor and boost your chances of a smoother postpartum recovery.
Here are a few self-care strategies to jump-start your health this year.
Cookbook author Julia Turshen offers her take on the savory Italian dip — plus two ways to reinvent the leftovers.
Three-time cycling world champion Peter Sagan on racing, sprinting — and wheelies.
You can easily have your meatless meal and protein too.
Just because you can doesn’t mean you should. Continue to strengthen areas of your body that will support you during and after pregnancy — but beware of pushing too hard.
With my grandson moving away, I’m struggling to balance expectations against the inevitability of change.
Here are 11 reasons you might be losing hair — and what you can do about it.