The Art Of Procrastination: Just The Right Amount Of Nothing

Recent research reveals that just the right amount of procrastination may be the perfect thing to spawn originality and creativity.

Feel The Love: Can Hugs Make Us Healthier?

Remember how you feel the love when you’ve gotten a good hug? With all the changes in hormones and neurotransmitters, it makes sense—and there are physical benefits as well.

To Meditate Or Medicate?

"Meditation makes the entire nervous system go into a field of coherence." - Deepak Chopra

Jumping Jacks Flash: Exercise Is Even Better For You Than You Think

Of all the things we can do to take care of ourselves, there is one that has so many benefits and implications for our well-being that it deserves a special focus.

If You Think You’re Stressed–You’re Right!

It turns out that what we believe about stress matters greatly. Perhaps the most powerful intervention you can do for yourself is to think about the signs of stress as helpful indicators of getting your body ready for the challenge.

No Excuses Needed—It’s Time For A Vacation

Scientists tell us that money alone doesn't make us happy—it's what we spend it on that matters. Although buying things can make us feel good for a while, buying an experience tends to make us feel even better for a longer period of time.

Love Me Like A Rock: The Michelangelo Effect

What do really successful couples do that keeps their love vibrant and exciting? Relationship scientists have some insight into what works. As you might have guessed it has something to do with communication.

Suspension Training: Getting Hung Up On A Good Thing

Could hanging around be one of the best exercises to improve body strength?

Daniel Tomasulo