Get Out!: 3 Tips to Avoid Aging Isolation March 31, 2016 For people over 50, isolation is a problem. Senior-focused technology expert Asif Khan offers these tips to help keep your loved ones engaged and active
Depression After Baby March 24, 2016 A new study finds a link between hormone levels during pregnancy and postpartum depression
Don’t Sweat It February 25, 2016 One surefire way to improve your health is to handle your stress in a beneficial manner
Adios, Hangover! May 21, 2014 Memorial Day is upon us, and the unofficial summer party season has begun. Just remember there’s no magic pill that can sober you up, but an ounce of prevention goes a long way toward a healthier day after
Check-ups Where You Shop May 15, 2014 With the allure of appointment-free medical care, in-store clinics and urgent cares are rising in popularity
Statins for All? January 2, 2014 New recommendations might not provide a one-size solution for all heart patients
Ask the Expert: Kevin O’Leary November 27, 2013 The best-selling author and lead shark on ABC’s ‘Shark Tank’ has strong opinions on money management, a topic he thinks should be tackled starting early in life
Have It All November 27, 2013 Healthy cooking and exercising both take time, which doesn't come cheap. Try these time-saving tools and tricks to help keep your healthy resolutions
Whatcha Watching, Baby? April 26, 2012 Toys and games to make your kids smarter? It takes more than a product to make your child smarter – it takes you. Try these five things you can do today to improve your child’s basic skills
Decoding What You Eat April 5, 2012 Big words on food labels might raise a red flag or two, but not every unpronounceable, scientific sounding word is bad for you
Exercise On the Brain March 29, 2012 Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg, brain scientist, reveals why the mind is the ultimate gym – and how to get your’s in shape
Pain, Pain … Go Away March 15, 2012 Living in the past is common, especially for those still unable to overcome hurt feelings. Here’s how to move forward
Type 2 Diabetes, It’s Your Time To Shine January 26, 2012 Despite the controversy surrounding Paula Deen’s announcement that she has type 2 diabetes, the attention it brings to the pervasive illness could save lives
Redress Stress November 24, 2010 It visits everyone from time to time. Learn how to make friends with this foe
Sharp as a Tack November 24, 2010 How to keep the brain agile through better eating, exercise and fun
Holiday 'No" How November 22, 2010 Food is coming fast and furious – here’s how to take a pass without hurting someone’s feelings
Little Big Fish November 15, 2010 Make nice with not-so-fancy-schmancy shrimp
Keep the Home Fires Burning October 20, 2010 A long-term relationship doesn’t mean you’re doomed to lackluster lovemaking – here are tips for transforming a snooze-worthy sex life into one that sizzles
Flu 2010 October 7, 2010 As this year’s flu season approaches, H1N1 gains post-pandemic status, and inclusion in the latest rounds of vaccines
Go, Kids … Go! September 23, 2010 Whole body wellness is at stake when it comes to kids and exercise
Innocent Until Proven Delicious September 16, 2010 Eggs, tuna and potatoes are just a few of the foods that aren’t as bad as their reputations make them out to be
Head Smart September 28, 2009 Despite strong reasons to wear them, nearly half of children who live in places without bicycle-helmet laws never don one
Brace Yourself September 21, 2009 A new orthodontic device brings promise to shorter, more effective period for wearing braces
Eat Your Way to the Top September 7, 2009 Adolescent athletes must eat properly to get the most out of their bodies on the track and field
Sharp as a Senior September 2, 2009 A group of seniors was able to recall information eight months after being taught, a new study says
Berry Healthy August 21, 2009 High-fiber, antioxidant-rich berries combat inflammation and hunger
Stressed Sick? August 17, 2009 A niche field finds a tangible link between busy, stressful lives and debilitating illnesses
Rules of Attraction August 12, 2009 Men agree on what they find attractive in women much more than women do in men, new research says
Good Gaming August 3, 2009 Some video games may make children kinder and more willing to help - if they have the right content
Imbibe At Your Own Risk July 24, 2009 With so many conflicting medical beliefs about the health benefits and risks of alcohol consumption, is there a safe way to drink?
Life In the To-do-list Lane July 22, 2009 Family scheduling means more than making sure no one gets forgotten at baseball practice. Good organization can take time-crunch stress out of everyone's routines.
Book It! July 22, 2009 Show your kids how fun - and educational - reading can be with these hot new volumes
E-Bullying July 22, 2009 Nearly one in ten children say they have been bullied through electronic means such as computers and cell phones
Fatalistic Attraction July 22, 2009 A new study reveals beliefs that teenagers think they'll die young, leading them down the wrong paths
Wut r u sayng? July 22, 2009 As text-ese worms its way deeper and deeper into the English lexicon, parents would be wise to learn translations for this new e-language
You Have Been Warned July 22, 2009 Most kids say nothing when something is bothering them. Here are the warning signs to look for and how to get the information you need to help
What’s in an Ipilimumab? July 20, 2009 A medical experiment strikes gold as doctors manage to eliminate two prostate tumors on what had been inoperable cancers
First-Time Fathers July 13, 2009 Here are five tips from a boot camp for dads on what to do about crying, mood swings and the other challenges of being a father
How to Snack Right July 3, 2009 Healthy snacks are the stepping stones that keep you on track
Be A Kid Again October 17, 2008 Maybe we did learn everything we need to know in kindergarten. Unfortunately we forgot all of those things...
Secrets, Lies and Other Stupid Moves October 9, 2008 Unearthing a hidden past can put a relationship at-risk, but experts say revealing those secrets the right way can lead to healing
Not-So-Mean Girls October 1, 2008 Movies skim over the benefits kids gain from being a part of a social circle
Make-up & Kiss Later October 1, 2008 It's a film and television cliché that lovers' quarrels should end with a passionate reconciliation; but is getting hot when you're bothered really a healthy way to end a fight?
Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow September 19, 2008 Hair loss affects both men and women, and there are countless products on the market claiming to stop the loss and regrow your mane - is there hope on the horizon?
Got Gym-barrassment? September 15, 2008 Gender-specific gyms don’t make it easy for people ashamed of their bodies to get moving
Green Machine July 25, 2008 Be it her greater career success or his trimmer physique, feeling inferior to your partner can lead to tension and in-house fighting. Here's how to express your feelings to your partner, how to use them as motivation and how to get over it
Everybody Burns July 21, 2008 Experts suggest using skin protection regardless of the color of your skin
Double Shift June 30, 2008 Women who work during pregnancy face many obstacles – including themselves
Ground to Grill June 25, 2008 Strike-up the fire and grab the veggies for a tasty, safer grilled meal
Cute Bag or Just Baggage? June 16, 2008 More than worries are weighing us down. See how to lighten your load and give your shoulder a break
Taste the Health June 6, 2008 At first bite not all good-for-you foods have the same great taste as their less-nutritious counterparts, but where there's a will there's a way to retrain the taste buds to love healthier fare
Married to Mom May 30, 2008 A new study shows a successful man is more likely to wed a woman with an education level equal to his mother's
I've Got Spirit, Yes I Do! May 26, 2008 Getting credit where credit is due is how to get ahead in the workplace, and how to feel good about a hard day's work
Memory Masters May 21, 2008 They're young at heart and lifetime learners - a new study reveals that the minds of 70-year-olds are sharper than ever
Glossing Over the Facts? May 12, 2008 Lip balms can do more than add color, taste good or cure blemishes. A new study shows they can be a determining factor in preventing skin cancer
Inactive and In Trouble May 5, 2008 A new study shows that exercising in childhood is more than fun and games – it will impact the rest of your life
Under the Influence April 21, 2008 A new study reveals many fathers-to-be continue substance use during their partners’ pregnancies, increasing the likelihood that Mom will again pick up the habit
No More Food Fights February 13, 2008 Getting kids to eat a healthy meal doesn’t have to be a battle of good versus evil
Pick a Toothpaste, Any Toothpaste February 1, 2008 With a glut of different products promising to save your smile from ruin, a trip down the toothpaste aisle could end up taking hours. But what do those promises really mean?
Be Great in 2011 January 25, 2008 Want to be your best? Here’s how to improve your health, your career, your mojo and your potential
Steps for a Happier Holiday with Your Family December 14, 2007 When politics and ham don’t mix or Aunt Tillie asks – for the umpteenth time – why you’re still single, try these 4 temper-saving tactics to diffuse family disputes
Before You Go To Bed December 7, 2007 Hate the hurried morning rush? Take care of these five simple tasks before you go to bed to make tomorrow a smoother ride
Tofu or Not Tofu? November 30, 2007 Health-seekers are flocking to a versatile soybean product that offers both health and taste benefits
The SAD Days of November November 9, 2007 If you notice that your mood, energy level and motivation take a nosedive each November only to return to normal in April, you may have Seasonal Affective Disorder. Here’s how to keep your life on-track
From Baby to Einstein October 26, 2007 Toys and games to make your kids smarter? It takes more than a product to make your child smarter – it takes you. Try these five things you can do today to improve your child’s basic skills
Watch Your Mouth October 19, 2007 That seemingly innocent afternoon snack could be doing a number on your teeth and gums – beware these 10 popular foods
Married Without Children October 12, 2007 Countless reasons exist when couples don’t have kids, and being sensitive to the childless will save you face – here are five things to avoid
Resistance Isn’t Futile October 5, 2007 Rubber cords and bands designed to build lean muscle have exploded on the fitness scene, but how do they compare to traditional weights?
Play Mind Games September 28, 2007 Sharpening brainpower and increasing memory can be as simple as singing the wrong words to your favorite song, playing Sudoku or taking a trip
B-lieve in B-Vitamins September 21, 2007 Even with a healthy diet plan, the chances of getting enough folic acid or folate are slim
Gossip Folks September 14, 2007 How to understand – and avoid – gossip at work
Check-Up Confidential September 7, 2007 For many patients, a visit to the primary care physician tends to be a one-sided conversation, but, say many doctors, it doesn’t have to be that way
Dear Friend: Why Writing Letters Still Matters April 6, 2007 So what if mailing a letter to grandma isn’t as convenient as e-mail? Sending old-fashioned correspondence can keep your mind sharp, your loved ones close and your history intact
BMI-Me Up? March 9, 2007 Insurance companies, schools and the medical industry place an increasing emphasis on the body mass index as a beacon for overall health – but does it speak the truth about you?
Don’t Stand So Close to Me March 2, 2007 Waiting for coffee, sitting on a plane, working in your office - everywhere you go people are ill. Here’s how to get their sickness out of your healthy path without being mean
Four Simple Steps to Say ‘Not Tonight’ February 9, 2007 Whether it’s a headache or an early alarm call, rejecting a partner’s advances doesn’t have to be an automatic ego wound – or grounds for a late-night argument.
On the Clock February 2, 2007 Are ‘Mr.’ and ‘Mrs.' too antiquated for the workplace? Plus: are working moms held to a higher standard?
Mind Matters December 22, 2006 Bad habits are a form of defiance; Plus: Can Marijuana unlock lost memories?
Game On, Social Skills Over December 15, 2006 If Nintendo Wii and Playstation 3 are at the top of your kid’s wish list, there are more important things to think about than where to buy this hard-to-find gift.
You Feel What You Eat December 8, 2006 Learn your mood-boosting foods from those that sap your goodwill and you’ll never eat wrong again.
Eating Out of Our Minds December 1, 2006 'Mindless Eating' author Brian Wansink wants to revolutionize how we don’t think about food and get trimmer and healthier while not doing it.