44 Articles by Christina Coughlin
According to Trubow, "They've got tremendous micronutrient concentration!"
Are you a glass half full or glass half empty kind of person?
Amid a global pandemic, people are continuing to remind us of the good that's still out there.
High stress levels can take a toll on our immune system.
Let's start the week off right with some of our favorite positive pieces of news.
As we all push through another week of this global crisis, we are continuing to look for the acts of kindness that remind us of the good that still...
While it's always tough to maintain a "perfect" diet, it's especially been a struggle the past few weeks.
While it can be tough to avoid getting bogged down by all the negativity surrounding us, sometimes it's important to take a step back.
Your new pre-workout regimen just got a little more tang.
The cure to the loneliness epidemic may be simpler than we thought!
High blood pressure is bad for many reasons, but when it affects someone who is pregnant, the consequences can be even worse.
Scent is a powerful yet underappreciated sense that the human can experience.
We consulted food waste expert Wen-Jay Ying of Local Roots NYC for her best recipes that minimize food waste.
Many of us learn a lot about relationships from the relationships we witness the most growing up—our parents.
For older adults, finding the opportunity to exercise in a nonstrenuous and comfortable environment can be difficult.
Leaky gut is a condition in which the lining of the intestine literally "leaks" as a break in the lining allows microbes and other molecules to seep...
We consulted our resident spice expert, Kanchan Koya, Ph.D.
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?