Who needs the gym? Sure, there are days when you want to grab some 10-pounders and bang out a solid strength session—or even get your CrossFit on. But then there are times when you’ve got nothing but sports
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A brain hack to get yourself going. We can try to psych ourselves up to be motivated all we want, but it's often easier said than done. But recent research suggests that it can be scientifically crafted.
Let's be honest: no one want to work out ALL the time. Okay, maybe some of you do (seriously, go you!), but for the vast majority of us, we all have days where we don't even want to get out of bed. Whether
The mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan provided 90 of the new entries, which swelled the ranks of Chinese billionaires to 568 and meant China overtook the US, which had 535. China's billionaires had
Was Hilma af Klint Europe’s first abstract artist – before even Kandinsky and Mondrian? As an exhibition of her extraordinary, occult-inspired works opens at the Serpentine Gallery, London, we travel Sweden
Surfing her own crimson wave, illustrator Frances Cannon wants to change the way we talk about menstruation. From her “Monsoon Season” piece, which sees a woman showering Mother Nature’s monthly gift on
When a Grey's Anatomy writer ran into the doctor who failed to catch the tumor in her knee, she didn't get mad. She made an appointment. For nearly two years, I've been obsessed with medical journals.
We invited eight female literary powerhouses, from Michiko Kakutani to Anna Holmes to Roxane Gay, to help us create a master list. We invited eight female literary powerhouses, from Michiko Kakutani to
You may think you're too overwhelmed with your personal troubles to cheer up a sad friend, the same way you're too busy at work to take a moment to recognize a colleague. But research suggests you're doing