Spending time in natural spaces—sitting, walking, thinking—goes a long way in improving mood, focus and underlying health.
Your middle schooler might be showing classic signs of anxiety—and if you're not paying attention, you could miss them.
Those who find true meaning in their life are more likely to enjoy physical and emotional well-being.
Kids who endure bullying are more likely to suffer mental health problems—and they may in turn become more likely to bully.
A new study suggests older adults gain much well-being from their small number of social connections.
Social activity during midlife is linked to better memory and reasoning skills.
Marketing researchers have found that eaters will rate food more favorably when they're sitting down.
Scientists are closer than ever to developing a smart hearing aid that separates desired sounds from undesirable background noise.
It wouldn't be a graduation party without a bonfire—but safety should remain a top priority amid all the festivities.
If your enthusiasm for fitness is waning, a walking group could bring new energy—and accountability.
Let go of the past and embrace the future by chasing new adventures and new friendships. Your mind and body will reap the dividends in years.
Medical researchers have found that heavy users of social media have significantly higher odds of depression.
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