Fitbit Ambassador Gabby Reese relies on eating well and moving her body to feel her best. But relaxation is high on the list, too.
Mind & Body
Getting in touch with your spiritual side and connecting with others can improve your well-being, and just might add years to your life.
Studies show the popular practice of slowing down and tuning in offers a number of positive health benefits. And you can do it at your desk!
Social support can help you reach almost any goal. And a new study finds connecting with a virtual community might also have a positive impact on your health.
Is a secret negative belief undermining your ability to pass on the chocolate or put away your credit card? Scientists have discovered something new about self-control.
Improving your Cardio Fitness Score doesn’t just make you fitter, it can also have a positive cascade effect on your overall health. Here’s how.
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People like to whisper about the effects of “getting comfortable” and “letting yourself go” after coupling up. But is there any truth to it?
Blowing off steam at the gym seems like a great use for all that bottled up energy. But you might want to think twice before putting the stress of an angry workout on your body.
Pain can be tricky to deal with—especially when it’s chronic. But new research shows exercise might be able to help you manage (and maybe even prevent) it.