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What Can We Learn From the “Post-Marathon Blues”?

Crossing the finish line can yield an oddly hollow feeling. What does it mean?

Seven Housekeeping Experts on How to Keep Your Home Enviably Clean

Including one of the highest-ranked Marie Kondo consultants

How Shoe Engineering Transformed Competitive Running

Carbon fiber technology has played a big part here

Pro Tip: AI Might Not Be Great at Diagnosing STIs

Testing a new diagnostic app yielded mixed results

Scientists Are Growing Brains to Better Understand Dementia

At least, they're growing structures with brain cells

The Training Secrets of the New 50-Mile King

Charlie Lawrence can do a lot in five hours. Here's how the ultrarunner set a new world record.

This Weird Tool Will Improve Your Grip Strength

"Elephant Balls" make dead hangs extra difficult. We explain how to use 'em.

They Call It Tennis Paradise

Sunny, disorderly, sublime: our racquet correspondent charts one unforgettable weekend at Indian Wells, the sport's desert mecca

We’re Men. Of Course We Don’t Look Each Other in the Eye.

Sitting at the bar, watching the game, driving up the fairway. What can we learn from the male preference for side-by-side interaction?

Friendship Advice From My Dad and His Best Pal of 50 Years

What's the secret to long-lasting friendship?

Can Different Generations Truly Be Friends?

On social media, age groups have been condensed into antagonistic memes. Here’s how one Gen Zer and Gen Xer are bridging a widening generation gap.

Does Mushroom Coffee Actually Do Anything?

The mixture promises a light buzz, plus extra brainpower. But is it legit?

How to Take Advantage of Outdoor Fitness Parks

They may not replace your gym, but if you're not using the free equipment at your local park, you're missing out

How to Recover a Friendship You Lost

Trust, intimacy and olive branches are all crucial, according to relationship experts. So is recognizing that your pickleball partner may not be on the same level as your college roommate.

The Male Friendship Equation: Meeting a Loneliness Crisis Head-On

Americans are increasingly isolated, especially men. This month, instead of despairing, we’re exploring the state of male friendship, warts and all.