I'm a writer, editor and content strategist with 18 years communications experience. My passion is health and wellness. (These are just some of my clips; more are available upon request.)
Beat the clock with these research-backed strategies.
It's not "nothing," it's not a cold, and you've ruled out stress, exhaustion and a crappy diet. Here are some other possibilities to consider.
You can function just fine on 6 hours of sleep a night...or so you think. Here's how to tell if you're secretly sleep-deprived.
Turns out that a lot of the things we do when we're blue often end up making us feel worse.
Our workout, developed by an exercise physiologist, is based on the latest fitness research to truly get you into shape fast (which is good, because the weather is already heating up).
Stop lugging home all of your job stress and actually start enjoying your time away.
Maybe you don't want to deal with side effects like drowsiness, or you feel that pills and nasal sprays don't jibe with your let-the-body-heal-itself philosophy. Here are some natural alternatives.
Change the way you look and feel by changing the way you think, starting with your raison de sweat.
You know those people whose glass is always half-full? Find out what they're eating—and drinking—so you can start your own day right.
This type of move has major anti-aging benefits—and the earlier you start doing it, the better.
Find out if you're making a fast-forwarding faux pas—and how stopping can help you regain a few years.
There are many factors that keep people up all night (small children, big deadlines, aches and pains, noisy neighbors), but none of those apply to you—you just like being up late. Here's why you need to rethink your bedtime procrastination.
Whether you do weights, cardio, both or neither, you should also be doing these moves to instantly feel better in your body.
For The American Nurse Project, filmmaker Carolyn Jones set out to interview nurses around the country about their work, and ended up talking about life, death and things that matter to all of us.