Are you confused about how to use the Luminesce® skin care line?
Dr. Donna Antarr, a member of the Jeunesse scientific advisory board, recently hosted a webinar and... Read More
If 2 am is when your mind wants to unpack an irrelevant convo from ages ago or wander to worry, these 11 sleep affirmations will help... Read More
The path of grief is never a straight line, especially the complicated grief of suicide. One S&H editor shares her story, and an expert also has four suggestions... Read More
Confused about whether fat is good or bad for you? Here’s the scoop.
by Thrive Market
“Everyone seems to be talking about fat these days—I've heard that fat... Read More
A unique approach to capturing special moments in your life.
I’ve been keeping a journal for over 50 years. Suddenly, in 1997, I found myself writing “SP” over... Read More
A new study from the University of Arizona, Tucson showed that for people undergoing a divorce, a specific form of writing helped their bodies better respond... Read More
Tapping into the wisdom of “prey” species.
Long before I became a brain surgeon, I fell in love with horses—one of the ultimate “prey” species. Nowadays, I... Read More
“What is absent from medicine, and even from most spiritual communities, is the understanding of our own bodies as the living sacred. Contemporary medical paradigms seldom... Read More
We all have headaches—and, thus, often just accept them. But what is actually causing that pounding head? And what is it trying to tell you?
Headaches are... Read More
Follow these three mindful steps to bring small, good moments into our awareness.
BY KELLY BARRON
SEPTEMBER 8, 2020
The other day I spoke... Read More
Explore this guided meditation focused on allowing ourselves to settle in the present moment.
BY RHONDA MAGEE
SEPTEMBER 1, 2020
This is a guided... Read More
“I made the personal choice to keep teaching and practicing the form of yoga that helped transform my life.”
In August 2019, when my memoir Balancing with Bunions,... Read More
Having a hard time meditating because of anxious thoughts? Try saying your worries out loud.
Q: I’m 54 and I’ve struggled with anxiety most of my life. I’ve... Read More
Thinking we need to be perfect before we act is a trap—but it’s one we can free ourselves from.
BY ELAINE SMOOKLER
I guided... Read More
A strong intention is like a rudder to navigate us through stormy seas. Wendy O’Leary offers a practice to reflect and return to our personal intention,... Read More
For someone who has experienced trauma, the present moment may feel like the most dangerous place in the world.
Our body is healthy only to the extent... Read More
Foods like limes keep a cooling balance so we can stay strong, maintain energy, and fully enjoy summer.
Have you ever wondered why it is hotter in... Read More
Expectations can lead you astray, and hanging on to them can lead to disappointment and angst. The author learned three lessons from her peach trees about... Read More
Turn your smartphone into a tiny health coach with these apps for better nutrition, mindfulness, and gratitude.
Often, you only hear about the negatives of smartphone use... Read More
Full-fat, traditionally made cheeses may be better for you
Every week, the Nuance will go beyond the basics, offering a deep and researched look at the latest... Read More
This practice, from Sharon Salzberg’s book Real Change, opens a doorway in your heart to gratitude and receiving happiness.
BY SHARON SALZBERG
This practice,... Read More
Mindful walking can be a way to awaken our delight as we notice the sights, smells, and sounds in our surroundings.
BY ELAINE SMOOKLER
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“By approaching this issue in an adult-to-adult way, you are helping both yourself and your grown children continue to develop into responsible individuals who honor each... Read More
Here’s how to use it to get fitter
It was Sunday morning, which meant I had a long run on the training schedule. 9–10 miles was what... Read More
Bathrooms are the most common source of injuries for senior citizens at home. Puddles of water, cords, and slick surfaces can make it difficult for some... Read More
If you are a parent and feeling anxious, you are not alone.
by Kathryn Drury Wagner
Back-to-school time is usually a happy stress. This year, the pandemic and... Read More