Knowing how to recognize an unhealthy relationship — and help the person who’s in it — isn’t always easy or straightforward. Educator Katie Hood and community advocate Karen Mason share their advice for what you can do.
Touch is — or was — one of the fundamental ways that we relate to one another. Researcher Helena Wasling and psychologist Guy Winch explain what we can do to ease the difficulty of being without this physical connection.
Small space? No equipment? Can’t make noise? There are still a surprising number of ways to exercise at home — and the benefits you’ll gain are real and lasting, says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki.
Seasonal Affective Disorder can get many of us down in the darker months — but there are some simple things you can do to get your body’s rhythms back on track, from psychologist and SAD researcher Kathryn Roecklein, and circadian rhythm researcher Emily Manoogian.