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The relationship between working out and bipolar disorder isn’t straightforward. And sometimes, exercise is the opposite of what’s safe. We’ve got the facts on how to keep your body—and mind—as healthy as possible.
There's still time: Grab one of these feel-good books and hit the hammock!
Tough day at the job? Stress relief may be a digital game download away, says new study.
It’s like Girl, Wash Your Face, but applies so easily to women with chronic illness. So, basically, it’s a page-turner, and your new mantra.
If you believe in the idea of “oneness,” you’re likely to be happier, according to this new study published by the American Psychological Association. But what does that mean, exactly?
If you work in service, the phrase “service with a smile” is likely familiar. But this practice could be hurting you, according to a new study.
Feeling stressed? Just 20 minutes in nature may be just what the doctor ordered, according to a new study.
Until we can all bathe in that elusive fountain of youth, a new study has discovered an unexpected (and free!) way to channel your younger self.
Binge drinking could become a vicious cycle, due to long-term genetic changes that increase the craving for alcohol.
Rachel Star Withers presents a convincing case on why taking antidepressants is not a sign a weakness, but rather strength.