By Gretchen Reynolds — 2019
Playing sports may change brains in ways that alter how well people sense and respond to the world around them.
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Some of the most effective methods people can use to improve their health are also the most accessible. The following six practices demonstrate how valuable it can be to go back to basics when it comes to well-being.
Some people harbor the illusion that rest is a luxury they do not have time for, but the reality is that rest is a necessity.
The bodies of lonely people are markedly different from the bodies of non-lonely people.
“Use only that which works, and take it from any place you can find it.” ~ Bruce Lee
The premise of his philosophy was efficiency—complete and utter efficiency of the soul.
When I retired from clinical practice several years ago, I let go into the unknown. I felt tentative, uncertain, yet knowing intuitively that I needed to heed the call.
A three-time U.S. champion in figure skating, Eliot Halverson is Colombian-born, was adopted and raised by a white Minnesotan family and is transgender non-binary.
After my husband died, a silly catchphrase became a lifeline for me. Instead of wishing for a reality I couldn’t have, I embraced the circumstances I was dealt.
A calm mind and even temper can help make peace with life’s difficulties.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka and Olympic gymnast Simone Biles were part of the movement in 2021 by athletes to amplify the need to pay closer attention to mental health issues which have inspired millions of athletes on all levels of play.
Adjusting your attitude is easier than you think.