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The jury is in, and the verdict is clear: It doesn't matter why introverts prefer working the way they do, because it's been shown that quieter types can be as good as leaders, speakers, and entrepreneurs
You're 75% more likely to develop depression if you don't workout. If ever you had any doubts about the mind-body connection, listen up: New research suggests that physical activity may be the key to depression.
If you're struggling to lose a serious amount of weight, imagine you had a weight loss option that helped more than diet and exercise, but wasn't as invasive as gastric surgery. Enter the Obalon balloon
The halibut is flaky and delicious, but we're here for the spicy butter If your experience cooking fish so far in life has been traumatic—dry-as-a-dish-towel salmon, flavorless tilapia, burnt frozen fish
Music has a way of permeating through empty corners and filling up environments with substance. It can help you relax, make you well up in tears, or feel alive. But can it make you more productive? We
Quiet people are having their moment. The world is embracing introverts in a big way, spurred by movements like Susan Cain’s “Quiet Revolution.” It’s happening because the research validates so many of
Parents can reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome by keeping their child's crib in the same room, close to their bed, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. That's one of the key recommendations
New study identifies the area of the brain affected by depression and could open the door to far more effective treatments. Last year, an estimated 16 million US adults experienced a major depressive that
Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing other people's buttons.