At Tulane’s Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine, students are learning to pair nutrition with allopathic care—and other schools are catching on.
From Detroit to Edinburgh, these cities are helping residents live more healthful and equitable lives.
Research shows that giving money away may be as good for your blood pressure as exercise and a healthy diet.
A partnership between a Boston health clinic and a local grocery shows what economic development can do when it makes community health a priority.
Religions and philosophers have long praised the virtue of patience; now researchers are starting to do so as well.
When Oklahoma City was named the least walkable city in America, residents approved an $18 million sidewalk improvement project to help their community get moving.
New studies show being in nature may increase your willingness to be generous, trusting, and helpful toward others.
From the Current Issue
Essential vitamins and minerals like Vitamin D and Zinc can keep you from getting sick. But which foods have them, and when should you worry about consuming too much?
The rise of sexual-romantic kissing throughout history has defied cultural norms and put women in charge of romance.
Men and women both suffer from a culture that discourages us from expressing complex emotions. The answer is deeper listening, and it's the key to healthier, more engaged lives.
Author Florence Williams and her daughter discovered they had high levels of toxins—like flame retardants—in their bodies. Getting rid of the chemicals was harder than they expected.