There's a range of ways, at all price points, to fight puffiness from travel, seasonal allergies and free-flowing rosé.
"A friendly sense of humor acts like shock absorbers in a car, a mental shock absorber in everyday life."
A survey found 70% of Americans believe they're unlikely to get caught by law enforcement while driving high.
Expectations change: "People hit their 80s and 90s, look around and feel pretty good about just being alive."
There is a hunger, it seems, for pungent, herbal smells that are almost medicinal in nature.
Simple mindfulness exercises that can help you relax your mind and increase engagement with the world around you.
Clothing stores may be closing, but taking a group fitness class is one of the few things you can’t order from Amazon.
The actress-rapper and “Crazy Rich Asians” scene-stealer shares her beauty routine.
You're too "old" for an eating disorder — right?
Psychologists says there are reasons you might join the "Mile Cry Club" whenever you fly.
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