Think you covered everything by singing Auld Lang Syne on December 31, then ushering in the Lunar New Year a few weeks later?
These days, there’s a heap of scientific evidence that supports drinking two beloved beverages: wine and coffee.
If you have a pulse and a career history, chances are you’ve encountered bosses that are good and, ahem, not so good.
Equipping your carry-on with travel-size goodies that also satisfy your clean-beauty regimen can be tricky business.
Welcome to My Morning Routine, where Rens Kroes and other good-life gurus share their personal (frequently surprising, often healthy) morning rituals—to help you make your a.m.’s more awesome. Rens Kroes Food blogger and author I typically wake up around 7 a.m.
While other players in the food-supplying industry—AKA Walmart and Whole Foods—seek to expand their IRL offerings onto the web, meal-kit subscription service Blue Apron seems to be working, well, backward. After experiencing a fiscally challenging period in sales and on the stock market, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that the company has announced plans to reshape its business model to deliver its meal kits not only to your front door but also to your local grocery store, sans subscription, hopefully by the end of this year.
It’s really, ahem, posh these days for celebrities to come out with their own beauty lines (looking at you, Rihanna and Madonna).
When celeb trainer Anna Kaiser says there’s *one* abs exercise that Kelly Ripa “loves to hate,” that’s your cue to throw on your leggings and give it a try.
Raise your hand if you’re the type of person who tends to answer the question, “How are you?” with, “Eh, tired.” You’re so not alone: Nowadays sleepiness is, strangely enough, a way of life thanks to a variety of zzz’s-disrupting factors like your pre-snooze social media scroll, not-so-reliable night-shift technology on your e-reader, and less-obvious culprits like sleeping alongside your pup.
Even if you’re well aware that bloating and inflammation aren’t the exact same thing, can you articulately and confidently explain the difference?
The way Frank Lipman, MD, sees it, we’re living in the Wild West of wellness. As more people decide to take their health seriously and venture into this unchartered (for them) frontier, they’re bombarded with information.
Soon after I enrolled as a graduate student at Cambridge University in 1964, I encountered a fellow student, two years ahead of me in his studies, who was unsteady on his feet and spoke with great difficulty.
The International Space Station is entering its twilight years. As such, NASA is making plans for the space station of the future — one that would orbit the moon.
Why does it always seem like restaurant dishes could do laps around your own homemade fare? Usually, it’s due to a boost from otherworldly (AKA not necessarily healthy) amounts of salt and oil.
Even if your wellness game already deserves an A+, there are ways to get extra credit. You may expertly know how to whisk matcha and have a go-to kale salad recipe on lock, but a quick lesson in food pairing will take your habits up a notch.
Dark under-eye circles are the pits. So when you’re seeing celebrities in your social media feeds frolicking around with perfectly executed no-makeup-makeup looks —and not an under-eye circle in sight—it can cue a frustrated eye roll as you chug coffee and matcha while slathering on gobs of concealer to look more awake.
It’s no secret that ever since Amazon acquired Whole Foods last summer, it’s shaken the food industry to the core.
Meditation is more about the act of mindfulness and less about what you’re physically doing, which is why it’s most commonly associated with stationary or low-impact exercises like yoga, sitting still, and even taking a walk.
You’ve heard it again and again: Beauty comes from within. While the adage might incite an eye roll from you, plenty of beauty experts back it up.
Let’s say you’ve done something bad. Not the “I really shouldn’t have had that third succulent cupcake at lunch” bad, but the kind of bad that makes you question the state of your soul.