Author: Kathryn Drury Wagner
Some sleeping woes can be blamed on the Internet.
Regain self love, even when not feeling worthy of it.
Eye movements give insight into more than just sight.
Start your day off feeling energized and creative.
There’s a strange link between meat and your mind.
Reconnect with yourself and feel more alive again.
There’s a surprising upside to those crabby and irritable moments.
…Even if you’re not outdoorsy.
As we reduce our problems, our perception of them changes.
If that weather report involves the term, “scorcher,” here are some natural ways…
Low-dose aspirin may potentially help, a new study suggests.
Ways to allow for reflection while walking.
When being a southpaw matters, medically.
Take your (edible) pulses.
Intermittent fasting is trendy. But does it work?
A Neuropsychologist’s Odyssey Through Consciousness
Grace, Gravity & Getting Old
Keeping muscle as we age
Mind-body therapies you might not be taking advantage of.
Achoo! Want to reduce seasonal allergies? Try these methods.
Beneficial bacteria may become the basis for an immunization.
Our relationship with clothing is complex and can spill over into the closet. Ti…
Help to rebalance your body’s schedule, gently.
Want to keep your noggin happy? Pump those legs!
Practical suggestions to avoid that nagging sensation of regret.
A certain type of meditation creates calm when encountering the suffering of oth…
Here are a few small ways to practice personal nonviolence.
The yogis have been right, scientists say.
Money mess runneth over? Here’s how to get a grip.
Reflecting on what we own can help us shop less.
Vanquish middle-of-the-night stress.
A new study suggests drinking baking soda may help combat common diseases.…
Easy ways to be eco-friendly while having fun this season.
You won’t believe what it is…
In a world that pushes toward the complex, there are still simple ways to stay h…
How to waste less fruits and vegetables.
A Nurse’s Story
The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks
Some deep fixes for feeling chronically overwhelmed.
A new study suggests evening types have it a bit rougher.
If your friends bring out the best in you, what can you learn about yourself dur…
5 creative ways to move more.
Dining out increases overall exposure to potentially harmful chemicals.
Tame the digital overwhelm with a few easy tactics.
Reflecting on past fails can change your body’s response to stress.
4 in 10 cases of cancer can be prevented, say researchers.
What surrounds your home is important to wellbeing.
See the world without losing your mind or your way.
Striving for a state of happiness actually alters the perception of time.
Streamline your friendships for greater life satisfaction.
Reach out and touch your loved one, suggests a new study.
Feeling less than zippy? Get your chi flowing with these methods.
Reasonable levels of anxiety boost the memory, a new study shows.
Your neighbor has a trendy water bottle. Let’s look inside.
A study shows toxic products can be as bad on the lungs as smoking.
The Hidden Intelligence of Hormones—How they drive desire, shape relationships, influence our choices, and make us wiser
The secrets to supporting a stressed-out partner.
Only one-third of people diagnosed with depression actually start treatment.…
Single-use plastic is piling up. Here’s how you can help staunch the flow. …
Can meditation help you avoid a Snickers or a cigarette? A new study says yes.…
Turn your wildest dreams into forward motion.
Maybe. Some people seem to engage networks that don’t usually team together.…
Three ways to up your creative forces.
Work commitments have lingering effects, a new study shows.
Feeling like you might throttle someone? Try these tactics instead.
Cognitive training protects against declines in mental abilities as we age.…
Is everyone around you sick? Add these herbs to your wellness kit.
Getting less than eight hours a night can lead to repetitive, intrusive thoughts…
There’s an increase in interest in this Asian healing modality. Let’s take a loo…
Constriction of tiny blood vessels, especially in women, can be deadly.
Instead of making resolutions, reshape your attitude about your body for 2018.…
Singing with a group relieves anxiety and depression, according to a new study. …
Sort it all out with a total reset.
Stubborn, positive personality types likely to live longer, new study says.…
Could you write a book with your spouse and still be speaking to each other afte…
Forget reviewing this book; after reading it, I had the urge to call the author …
Make it a healthy habit to forge new traditions of your own.
What’s going on in our brains with that running monologue?
Disagreement can be a healthy way to expand our mindset.
Is cuddling going to regulate your gut bacteria? New research suggests yes.…
Don't let your holiday stress accumulate.
Fight extra holiday pounds with this common spice.
Set yourself up for successful meditation practice.
Seasonal and environmental factors explain the connections.
Try these methods to boost a frazzled brain.
Upbringing, culture probably lie behind most people’s religious beliefs.
Let’s look at gratitude through a few different lenses.
Research into the roots of a powerful emotion.
Techniques for becoming more aware of your breathing patterns.
Daydreaming can mean you are very creative and intellectual. So there.
I’d never heard of Mother Meera, but I kept staring at her image on the book’s c…
From climate change to white supremacy and the threat of nuclear war, the world’…
Shake up your routine and get inspired with these five ideas.
Stress can alter the digestive system, not just the mind and spirit.
Here are four ways to practice releasing attachment to material belongings.…
A panel of experts calls for more consistent scientific examination of mindfulne…
Five novel ways to tamp down daily anxiety.
Skimping on sleep means we’re also missing out on the crucial dream stages of sl…
A look at saunas and their role in health.
Ever wondered how the brain stores experiences?
Kathryn Drury Wagner is a writer and editor based in Los Angeles. She is the author of Hawaii’s Strangest, Ickiest, Wildest Book Ever!, a science and natural history “gross out” for young readers.