As Death Approaches, Our Dreams Offer Comfort, Reconciliation

One doctor's research finds that over 80% of his patients had end-of-life experiences that seemed to entail more than just strange dreams. And they always increased in frequency near death.

Family & Caregiving

Love and Laughter

Comedian, actress, television host and bestselling author Loni Love talks about how laughter really is the best medicine

Self-Care & Mental Health

The Exercise Pill: How Exercise Keeps Your Brain Healthy and Protects It Against Depression and Anxiety

Regular exercise, especially cardio, changes the brain. The trick is to pick an activity that you love.

Self-Care & Mental Health

Suffering in Silence: Middle-Aged Women and Eating Disorders

Shedding light on a condition that's more common than you think

Self-Care & Mental Health

Women of Color Spend More Than $8 Billion on Bleaching Creams Worldwide Every Year

Bleaching the skin is common. It's also potentially life-threatening and harms women's self esteem.

Your Wellness

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Here Are the Relationship Factors People Ponder When Deciding Whether to Break Up

At some point, most people find themselves facing the complicated decision of whether to stick with a relationship or call it quits

Your Wellness

Domestic Violence Hurts People With Disabilities, Too

The hidden epidemic within the disability community

Self-Care & Mental Health

One Year on, Muslim Women Reflect on Wearing the Niqab in a Mask-wearing World

Racialized perceptions related to masks have put an additional burden on groups that already experience racism and inequality.

Self-Care & Mental Health