If you exercise only occasionally, or have been inactive for a long time, pace yourself to avoid injury.
Between ages 12 and 24, the brain undergoes tremendous change and is primed for innovative thinking.
A visit to your doctor will be more effective if you prepare before you go.
Most people in recovery got help because someone was honest with them. But how do you approach those sensitive conversations?
Dr. Gary Small ’73 of the UCLA Longevity Center offers pointers for staying mentally fit.
If you’ve struggled with your weight and can’t seem to stick to any workout plan, you’re not alone — and that’s exactly the point that most people miss.
A growing body of evidence links the ability to be resilient in the face of life’s stresses with success and happiness.
If the goal is to retain knowledge, research shows that commonly held beliefs about how to go about it are misguided. You need to relearn how to remember.
Here are some tips to determine if you or a loved one has a shopping problem, why it’s no laughing matter, and what to do about it.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder — ADHD — gets a lot of bad press. But it’s no illusion, and it isn’t a smokescreen for bad parenting.
If caught early, eating disorders can be treated. Here are six tips to help you identify if someone you love is at risk.
Weekend warriors and weekday lunch lifters have a pretty decent chance of getting injured. Here are three keys to keeping your physical health on track.