You can dramatically decrease your risk of memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer's with just a few easy lifestyle changes.
«“They did a study in Japan where they had people stare at a plant on their desk for two minutes, and their stress levels dropped. There's something about the brain and nature. And they found that if people sprayed the plant with a little bit of water, their stress levels went down faster and further. So taking care of something like a plant is really good for your brain health.”»
A brutally efficient form of exercise, Pilates trumps weights any day for building a strong core. This 45-minute Pilates circuit is great for beginners.
Strava, the hugely popular fitness app that turns every run into a virtual race is great fun — and a great way to hurt yourself if you don't proceed with care.
Family mottos are mission statements, things you say to keep your family on course. Here are 23 family mottors that serve families well.
«Life should be more than work, more than school, so you have to find those happy moments and grab onto them. But sometimes you have to make them yourself, too. Laugh more and be present.»
Few school friendships survive from kindergarten to adulthood, but every school friend a child makes demonstrates an important aspect of their development.
Negotiation is tough. While no words work all the time, the following phrases can help keep you on track and serve notice to the other side.
«You want to be in control of time,” Kogan says. That’s key to being a good negotiator.»
A new study has pinpointed the age we're most content — and it's not in youth. In fact, the happiest people keep getting older.
Lofty personal goals often go unmet. A better tactic? Implement micro habits, which are small, achievable goals that require only a few minutes of your time.
What is wisdom? Here, according to those who study it, are some answers and practical tips for making wiser decisions in your life.
«“A highly intelligent fool may not recognize that such a tradeoff exists in the first place,”»
An attention span researcher explains why our attention spans are dying, how we can regain control of them, and how doing so benefits wellbeing.
«Walk around aimlessly, or better yet, exercise, or best of all, get out into nature.»
Resentment is sneaky. The sooner you identify the signs, the sooner you can take action. Here's what couples must understand.
Many factors affect testosterone levels, from sleep to diet. If you have low levels, it's possible to increase them naturally with a lifestyle tweak.
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