A registered dietitian explains how food journaling can be a simple process for weight management, tracking digestive symptoms and food sensitivities, and understanding how we feel about food.
Research shows NFL fans of the losing team tend to overeat the day after a loss. Here’s how to keep a bad game from weighing on you.
An emergency physician discusses some myths about lightning strikes while indoors and shares why you should never shower during a thunderstorm.
Dehydration can be dangerous, but it’s also preventable. Learn how to detect, ease and avoid its effects from a pediatrician and emergency medicine physician.
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Have you ever been in a situation where there’s just too much going on? Your senses are way too stimulated, and you just feel incredibly overwhelmed. A psychologist explains why sensory overload happens and how you can snap out of that dazed-and-confused feeling.
Are you always turning to a cup of tea to lull you to sleep or to decompress from a long day? Turns out the supplement L-theanine may be able to produce the same effects. Here’s what we know so far about this amino acid.
Can you burn calories while slouching on the couch doing nothing? Absolutely! Now the bad news: It’s not the sort of calorie burn that’s going to make you healthier or trimmer.
When life is moving a little too quickly, breathing techniques can help melt stress away. Here’s how it activates your body’s parasympathetic nervous system and moves you out of fight-or-flight mode so you can de-escalate and destress.
Learn more about what Thai massage is and how it can help increase flexibility, ease back pain and reduce stress and anxiety.
Learning to accept yourself — flaws and all — can lead to better mental health. Get strategies for understanding and harnessing perfectionism in a healthy way.