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The Scientifically Proven Mental Shift That Makes You Physically Healthier

In this day and age, you would have to be living under a rock not to have heard about the powerful mind-body connection. For example, we know that...

Patricia Thompson, Ph.D.
February 4 2015

5 Unexpected Health Benefits Of Love & Friendship

Happiness is healthy, plain and simple. But the benefits of loving others only get more impressive as we examine them more closely.

Linda Carroll, M.S., LMFT
February 3 2015

Seattle Will Start Fining People Who Throw Away Food

If you live in Seattle, you'd better start paying closer attention to your trash. That is, of course, unless you have no shame. Wasting food will now...

Emi Boscamp
January 28 2015

Eat Like An Okinawan & Live Until You're 100

Want to live your full number of years blessed by energy and health? A wise mentor told me long ago to find people who have achieved that goal and...

Joel Kahn, M.D.
January 15 2015

This Is The Best Thing You Can Do For Your Child's Brain

If there existed one, simple thing you could do to improve your child's performance every day at school, in addition to their long-term educational...

Debbie Hampton
December 10 2014

The 35 Best Places To Live In The U.S. If You're Under 35

If you're not already a part of the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple, it may be time to pack your bags and join us over here. According to Vocativ's...

Emi Boscamp
December 9 2014

People Make More Money If They're Emotionally Intelligent

You've always been told that you should never let emotions get in the way of your job. Reserve your sensitive side for home. Being a hard-ass will get...

Emi Boscamp
November 20 2014

Which Studies Can You Actually Trust? Here's How To Tell

If you spend any time on social media, or even email, chances are you read, skim, and swap recent scientific studies. It's impossible not to click on...

Healthy Child Healthy World
October 23 2014

Happy Wife, Happy Life? Science Says The Cliche May Be True

Maintaining a solid marriage is difficult by any standard, but a new study out of Rutgers University suggests that the woman's happiness is a better...

mindbodygreen
September 17 2014

Sad, But True: Some Doctors Still Recommend Processed Food

The American Society for Nutrition has a stated mission, which includes the following: “… to support the dissemination and application of nutrition...

Will Clower, PhD
September 5 2014

This Behavior Ends More Relationships Than Any Other

New research says that this is an impulse we're going to need to curb if we want to have a healthy and successful romantic relationship.

mindbodygreen
August 5 2014

Why Heavy Metal Detox Therapy Could Help Prevent Heart Disease

Maybe you know someone who has suffered a heart attack. You're concerned about their well-being, particularly if they're diabetic or suffered a large...

Joel Kahn, M.D.
July 2 2014

Study Says That If You Want To Help The Environment, Eat Less Meat

It turns out that being a vegan might mean you're also helping to save the environment ... or, at least harm it a lot less than your meat-eating...

mindbodygreen
July 2 2014

Why Wellness Warriors Should Care About Football

As America’s most popular sport, football is a big part of life for many of us. Boys in the United States start playing pee wee football around age 6,...

How Meditation Changes Your Brain: A Neuroscientist Explains

Is your brain also a little unsettled, restless, capricious, whimsical, fanciful, inconstant, confused, indecisive, or uncontrollable?

Sarah McKay, MSc, PhD
February 28 2014

Meditation Boosts Your Immune System

Your body is the only one you have. Take good care of it.

Jennifer Frye
September 21 2012