How a group of surfers reimagined ocean junk into sustainable beach gear.
Bullying behavior has left the school playground -- and is more common than ever among adults. Here's what it looks like and what you can do to stop it.
An 81-year-old Renaissance Man waxes philosophical on what's important and what needs to change.
There's a dangerous myth that people of color are not at risk of skin cancer. Amelia St. Ange believed it, until she found out that a mole on her neck was malignant.
Think running 26.2 miles is a young person's sport? Think again. In recent years, the majority of marathon finishers in the U.S. have been over the age of 40. And not everyone who commits to running this grueling distance is a lifelong athlete with a closet full of medals. Read on to meet three marathon finishers who didn't even start running until they were over the age of 55.
We've got less than a month to go until the presidential election. Which doesn't seem that long until you consider the angry bile we've been marinating in for months. If you're angrier, more anxious, less optimistic or full-on freaked out about now, you're not alone.
In 2006, Sheila Hamilton's husband of 10 years began showing alarming signs of depression, paranoia, and confusion. Even as a reporter, the Portland, Oregon–based journalist didn't recognize the warning signs.
While Monday is going to happen whether you like it or not, that lack of productivity doesn’t have
One of my favorite topics: Being Nice. No, seriously. It is.
It could be any wedding anywhere...But this particular celebration has more story behind it than it has to come.
Sometimes wondering "What if?" can be a good thing. But if you're constantly worried about the future, your anxiety may be holding you back.
Unpaid, using their precious vacation, everyday docs like yours work miracles in the poorest reaches of the globe. They come home with full hearts and extraordinary stories like these.
Ingenious women who saw a need and rose to the occasion.
Profiles of Kate Brown, soup maker extraordinaire, and education advocate Roquesha O'Neal. (Two of my favorite interviews ever.)
Before you ix-nay the idea of a home birth, though, read on to understand what's fact and what's fiction.
Parenting without sight is no mean feat–but like any serious challenge, it’s a little easier when you have friends along for the climb.
Writing this was cathartic. But re-reading it still makes me queasy.
One woman had broken her neck (twice). Others were dedicated couch potatoes. But when a powerhouse mentor came into their lives they hit the ground running and never looked back.
Suspicion is a useful, even necessary, trait–up to a point. Even though we live in times that breed distrust, there is a line, however fine, between the healthy and the clinical.
There's nothing so nice as a new marriage," the screenwriter Ben Hecht once wrote. The six couples here would beg to differ. More than fifty years in, they share their most unforgettable moments and secrets of staying (happily) together.