A new New York City public health program aims to improve body image among tweens. But will it help?
Body & Mind
New research shows expansive posture and larger workspaces promote power but may lead to cheating
It can help smokers as they quit, but meditation may not have the same benefits for some mental illnesses as it does for addictions.
Using hand gestures may be important for more than just making a point; they could help children to learn.
Talking about difficult experiences can be a way of easing the emotional pain of trauma, but the latest research shows that expressing emotions in words can also speed physical healing.
When choir members sing together, it’s not just their voices that join in harmony.
The latest study suggests that the one-third of Americans who are obese they may not be getting the proper health care they need — because their doctors are biased against treating them.
Are they laughing at you or laughing with you? Your brain can tell the difference.
While it might seem that your body and brain aren’t doing much when you’re on break, relaxing triggers a flurry of genetic activity that is responsible for some important health benefits.
It’s all about the reward
Terrifying teens by making them lie in coffins, forcing them to spend a night on a frigid street or a bare prison cell— these harsh measures are used in reality shows in an attempt to put delinquents back on the straight and …
We admit we’ve changed in the past, but mistakenly believe we’ll be the same person in the future
Mickey Hart’s quest to understand the power of music in medicine