Color like a butterfly, eat like an ancient healer, and other ways to rediscover your inner wildness.
To cope with intense loneliness after moving to New York City, Hannah Brencher offered to write an old-fashioned love letter to any stranger who needed one. She never guessed how many people she would ultimately reach.
A storyteller asks what you'd do if you knew your body was part of the water web.
Tribes are pursuing a hands-on approach to finding and preparing Native foods that give spiritual sustenance, too.
According to Republican candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, letting consumers make choices in the market will bring down health care costs. YES! Senior Editor Madeline Ostrander shows why that’s not the cure we’re after.
Many doctors and nurses refuse to respect the knowledge of parents about their kids’ health. Shannon Hayes explains why they might be missing a lot.
Does your doctor understand what you need? These simple tools are helping practitioners slow down and communicate better with patients.
From play space for kids to AIDS activism: the fight against disease goes grassroots.
When Sharat noticed that Americans without access to affordable, healthy food didn't eat as well as his family, he decided to do his part to change that.
If breastfeeding is healthier for babies, why are hospitals pushing corporate infant formula? How a growing number of states and cities are banning marketing in the maternity ward.
In “Sins Invalid,” performance artists shatter stereotypes around sex and disabilities to reclaim the body's redemptive power.
What I really want to tell my daughters about autonomy and sex, in the midst of a war on women.
Laughter, the arts, touch, sleep. What you can do in your everyday life to get healthier.
How can we break the silence about what happens when we’re dying?