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Why Are the Finnish People So Happy, Anyway?

The chummy folks do a lot right. But here are three things they don't do.

Why It’s Beneficial to Spend Time in Cemeteries

Increasing your sense of "death awareness" is the first step to a better life

One Surefire Way to Boost Your Brain Health This Year

People with a clear sense of purpose score better on this "brain care" card

Have You Fallen Into the “Second Screening” Trap?

In an era of rampant screen time, television deserves your full attention

A Higher Dose of Morning Light Will Change Your Life

We spoke with physicians and researchers about fine-tuning your "light diet"

Life Lessons From a Wellness Retreat in the Berkshires

Canyon Ranch isn't just a getaway. It's a gateway to healthier living.

Your Last, Best Defense Before Sleep Divorce

In which we sing the unheralded praises of the "split king" bed

How to Raise Your Kids in the Social Media Age

A good place to start? Devorah Heitner, author of “Growing Up in Public,” says to stop spying on them.

How to Defeat Your Pesky Task Paralysis

The psychological phenomenon is more common than ever in the digital age

What Online Gambling Is Doing to Our Brains and Bodies

Money down, cortisol up: Omnipresent betting is taking its toll

The Case for Eavesdropping

It gets a bad rap, but "listening in" is actually good for you

The “1000 Hours Outside” Movement, Explained

How much time do you (or your kids) spend outdoors in a given year?

In Defense of the Uneventful Vacation

You're allowed to do the same thing every single day on your "big trip"

A Surprising Superpower for Mental Health? Sports Fandom.

Industry insiders Ben Valenta and David Sikorjak on the most underrated social good

The Mood-Boosting Power of an Occasional “Photo Safari”

Your shots might suck. But it doesn't really matter.