When he was just 14 years old, Zach Sobiech learned that he had only a few years to live. He decided to use that time creating beautiful music, and inspired a lot of people while doing so.
“Our philosophy is good, clean, and fair food: Good because it is healthy and tasty; clean because it is produced with low environmental impact and with animal welfare in mind; and fair because it respects the work of those who produce, process, and distribute it.”
I am a Muckleshoot Indian, but little of what I used to eat bore much connection with the landscape I lived in, which had fed my ancestors for many generations. When I discovered nettle tea, it was as if I were remembering what it was like to feel well.
Visit the remote kitchen of a writers' refuge where Dorothy Allison, Ruth Ozeki, and other women discovered radical hospitality for the body and soul.
A doctor discovers exposure to healthy farm soil holds keys to healthy bodies.
Two videos making the rounds online show us what happens when boys embrace their vulnerability and support one another's emotional needs.
We spend less time in the kitchen than ever. But cooking could be an important solution to our public health crisis.
When this foodie chef was diagnosed with type-2 diabetes, he figured out how to get healthy without giving up his favorite foods.
If it takes being a "controlling wife" to make my husband value his own health over his love for his family, I'm going to do it.
Since I first published “Diet for a Small Planet” in 1971, the movement for food that is good for our bodies and our planet has blossomed beyond what I ever imagined. Here’s how.
Beyond the Affordable Care Act, the film explores how to make a healthier America.
Miami Dolphins lineman Jonathan Martin is not the only NFL player to challenge the league's bigotry and misogyny. These five men stand for a new kind of masculinity.
Can a licensing deal between Sesame Street and the Produce Marketing Association truly improve childhood health? Maybe, but grassroots solutions already exist.
Don't think rituals celebrating costumes and candy can make you happier and healthier? Science says they can.
The good news is that you don't have to live in a convent to do the things that keep these nuns healthy and happy.