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The Six Best Gifts You Can Give Your Partner

The most valuable presents don't come from the store. They come from the heart and are offered as a reflection…

2 months ago

Move to Lift Your Mood

Feeling anxious? Angry? Hostile? Depressed? There may be an exercise to help with that.

3 months ago

Do You Really Need a New Knee?

Before undergoing knee-replacement surgery, consider these statistics.

1 year ago

A Field Guide to Nutritious Food: A Q&A With Jo Robinson

Eating on the Wild Side author Jo Robinson unearths the nutritional secrets of wild fruits and vegetables — and explains…

1 year ago

Just Say No to Children’s Screen Time

Why Silicon Valley tech execs limit their own children's screen time.

2 years ago

The Parasite Paradox

Intestinal organisms can be a trigger for troubling health issues. But new research finds they can also help the body…

2 years ago

10 Steps to Climate-Friendly Eating

How changing what's on your plate can help heal the planet.

2 years ago

The Problem With Cooking Shows

Cooking shows are a longtime fixture on television, but changes in viewing habits and technology may spell their demise. I’m…

2 years ago

Healthy Heart = Healthy Brain for Seniors?

Tending to your cardiovascular health may ward off dementia in seniors, a recent study says.

2 years ago

THE LIVING EXPERIMENT: Satisfaction vs. Success

Are you chasing success at the expense of satisfaction? Here’s our take on balancing ambition, well-being, and life’s simple pleasures.

2 years ago

Keeping It Simple: Sarah Wilson

Author and minimalist Sarah Wilson shares how simplicity makes life sweeter and change easier.

2 years ago

This Messy Magnificent Life

New York Times best-selling author Geneen Roth offers touchstones for living messily and magnificently.

2 years ago

Exercise Now, Avoid Depression Later

Why midlife fitness may reduce the risks of depression later in life.

2 years ago

How Do I Discuss Political Disagreements With My Family and Friends?

The key, says former New York Times columnist Randy Cohen, is to never make it personal.

2 years ago

PUMPING IRONY: Too Good to Be True?

Why we should greet every medical breakthrough with skepticism.

3 years ago

PUMPING IRONY: No Pills, No Problem

For years, I thought I was in the vanguard of geezers refusing the Big Pharma solution. Turns out I’ve always…

4 years ago

Probiotic Shopping Smarts

Three ways to avoid sugar-laden probiotic foods.

4 years ago

Sugar-Coated Lies

How the sugar industry paid Harvard scientists to shift heart-disease blame to fat and cholesterol

4 years ago

Rethinking Heart Health

Think you know what makes for a healthy heart? Think again. New research and progressive practitioners are looking beyond cholesterol…

4 years ago

PUMPING IRONY: Your Brain on Yoga

A new study suggests movement and meditation may conquer dementia and depression. My own experience suggests it promotes an odd…

5 years ago

U.S. Senate Votes Down Industry-Backed DARK Act

The vote on the GMO-labeling law revives congressional debate over mandatory federal standards.

5 years ago