How We Live: Wellness

You probably have this image of me being a weird bookworm with no social skills, but I'm like any other normal, happy kid.
Put these ingredients in your next salad and soon you'll be working smarter, not harder.
"It is an illness, a cancer of the mind," wrote James Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's younger brother.
People who eat more fiber lower their risk of chronic diseases.
Let the love-struck singer wax poetic about dirty socks and Chinese takeout.
“We were so stunned — and so unaware.” The biggest study of its kind reveals how often parents miss the signs.
These negative phrases are often automatic ― and they could be destroying your mental health.
California and the other states argue that women would be forced to turn to state-funded programs for birth control and experience unintended pregnancies.
"We had no idea she was pregnant,” the Hacienda HealthCare nurse says in the recording.
“I don't like to be squeezed like an orange.”
Starbucks employees have expressed concern about the potential of being stuck by discarded hypodermic needles.
Conservatives respond to fear more strongly than liberals do, says one neuroscientist who studies political anxiety.
The cartels decided not to push fentanyl in the state until recently.
"That is how most physiques are maintained," Ruby Matthews told her followers.
The definitive answer on whether vitamin IV treatments are worth it.
A Fox contributor says new guidelines for treating men and boys have "nothing to do with science." The American Psychological Association says otherwise.
The woman's lawyer claims certain substances used in coat fabrics can alter the results of a blood test.
We’re just beginning to learn how many fatal overdoses aren’t accidents. To prevent those deaths, we need to understand them better.