Physical activity is good. But many people with physically active jobs have poorer health outcomes. Why is that?
The Harvard Study of Adult Development has tracked more than 2,000 people since 1938 and has determined the most important factors that predict happiness.
If you work at a computer, you have to get up and move periodically throughout the day. Here's a simple protocol that will protect your health.
Heart rate variability (HRV) is one of the five new "vital signs" - strong predictors of vitality and longevity. Here are four tips to give your HRV a boost.
If you’re like me, you’ve probably heard that drinking 8 glasses of water a day of 8 ounces each is good for your ...
The economist Tim Jackson, way back in 2012, wrote this essay for the New York Times - “Let’s be less ...
Are people who stay up late and struggle to get up in the morning just choosing to make life difficult for themselves? Or is it their genes?
Tips to get a healthy night's sleep.
Proven strategies to shift your sleep-wake cycles to conform to societal demands.
Science keeps demonstrating the health risks of a sedentary lifestyle. Add to the list of negative effects the shrinking of a key brain region involved with memory.
Sunscreen blocks many of the health benefits of sun exposure.
Touch is important because it reduces stress and improves health.
A podcast on the TED Radio Hour on touch.
Harper Reid offers tips to establish solid health habits that place your needs first.
Kaiser Health News is a great source of information, particularly about the politics and economics of health.