A Danish study linking birth control with depression has generated excited headlines around the world and struck a chord among many women. But the response to the study is also providing a perfect example
Today most of us are expected to do more with less. We lead lives that are more demanding on every front--work, family, social, health--with little time left over to unwind. Stress affects our mental our
Like most people trying to lose weight, I listened to the experts. Instead of eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner, I started scheduling meals and snacks so I was eating five or six times a day. This worked
To achieve bliss as a runner, you need to tame your “monkey mind.” If you could eavesdrop on a runner's internal monologue, it might sound like this: Forgot my sunglasses. Pretty bird. Should've worn layer.
Nice angles! More than 20 million Americans get down with yoga. It's a wonderful fact, considering the ancient practice can do a body and mind really, really good. But many fewer, we'd bet, practice yoga
Study links lower vertical impact loading to reduced risk of injury. Does how “hard” your feet land when you run affect how likely you are to get injured? One way to find out is to assemble a few hundred
Five lessons you can take from the mat to the road. The first time I walked into the yoga studio, I wanted to leave. The lyrics from the Sesame Street song “One of These Things (is Not Like The Others)”
Cassey Ho broke the Internet before breaking the Internet was even a concept. In 2012, the already-popular YouTuber became a web-wide sensation with her "Call Me Maybe" Squat Challenge, which garnered