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Curcumin and other plant-based polyphenols were used to develop the medication.
To learn better, train yourself to find the novelty in tasks.
This outdoor recreation brand is training change-makers.
A recent study found that bees really don't like fatty pollen.
An argument for finger foods.
The call to action isn't just for cleaner formulas—it's for supporting self-esteem.
The queen of comedy has opened up about the importance of sleep in her featured talk during Oprah's 2020 Vision Tour.
The 26-year-old on how she copes with mental illness.
We all have memories we'd rather forget.
Perfectionism is a trait with both positive and negative aspects that can affect just one person or everyone around them.
It's hard to find a definitive answer to the age-old question: Are humans born good or evil?
A Cornell University professor has a novel idea for reducing our food waste: more stores.
First, there was pineapple leather, and now we have grape leather.
In a study of people experiencing grief, researchers found that all coping mechanisms aren't created equal.
Women are at an increased risk for heart disease during menopausal transitions.
How do we stay on track, and keep going, in the face of failure?
Researchers found that working out was associated with a lower likelihood of overeating.
veles launches this week, with an ingredients list that's unusual, to say the least.
Researchers identify how yoga improves mental health.
Incorporating aerobic exercise into your lifestyle can protect against Alzheimer's.