Head out for a workout—alone—or stay at home and binge-watch House of Cards with your man? Making time for exercise might seem silly when all you want is a bit of bonding time.
Countless books, poems, and songs are written about the pursuit of happiness. But when it comes to finding the real deal, we've got the goods. Here are 11 scientifically proven ways to be happy.
Hotter body, smarter cerebrum: Exercise offers a pretty sweet deal.
Stumped on what to get him for Valentine's Day? Us too.
"Eating can be a powerful distraction from uncomfortable or sad feelings," says Sari Shepphird, a clinical and sport psychologist and author of 100 Questions and Answers About Anorexia Nervosa.
A UK study found that people who get out of bed by 6:58 a.m. are happier, thinner, and less likely to suffer from depression than those who wake up later. Not even close to the 7:00 a.m. mark?
Try to search for an app without finding at least five very similar options. But how do you know which is worth the storage space on your iPhone?
We understand the roller coaster of emotions that comes with making, breaking, and recreating New Year's resolutions. But regardless of the goals you're writing down this year, don't stress too much.
A new study shows that acupuncture eases treatment-induced pain in women with breast cancer. Here are nine more awesome things you probably don't know about the pins-in-skin treatment.
Made yourself heard at the polls today? Go you! Here's how to keep those positive vibes flowing, no matter the outcome of the election.
Diligent gym habits aren't just about physical health. Research shows exercise can improve your mental health, too.
Can't remember where you put those car keys or what you made for dinner last night? Amp up your memory by revamping your diet. Here's what to eat for a better brain.
Who says you need fancy meal plans, expensive trainers, and personal shoppers to be fit, healthy and happy? We found 18 apps that do all that — and more — for free!
Ready to go 2.0 on your body, mood, and energy this year? Do anything better using the success secrets of Olympians at the top of their game.
One minute you're happily zooming along, delivering killer presentations at work, letting loose at girls' night out. Heck, you're even loving the butt-kicking new boot camp class you just started.
Cancer at 25. A heart attack at 34. A life-changing diagnosis at 40. When health crises tested their mettle, these five women fought back.
This woman fell six stories and nearly died, but didn't let the disaster keep her from dancing. Learn how to harness your grit and resilience so when the going gets tough, you get tougher than ever.