Experts suggest ways to correct the habits that keep us from resting well.
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Susan McQuillan M.S., RDN
When your type isn't working for you, it may be time to look inward.
Worried about your diet's effects on your health? Here's some food for thought.
Do you need some motivation to make changes in your life? A few basic steps can help.
Can crossword and number puzzles help preserve cognition? Some researchers say "Yes!"
Fast food is only a problem if you eat too much, too often.
Are your eating habits out of control? You can't always blame the food.
Do you give in and give up when it comes to making difficult life choices? You may be confusing self-control with self-deprivation and getting in your own way.
Do you avoid asking for help, even when you really need it, because you don't want to bother anyone? A self-esteem boost can make it easier to get what you need and deserve.
Memory slipping? A new study reveals the best ways to help keep your cognitive skills alive.
When tensions rise, quick relief may be just around the corner.
Studies show environmental toxins found in the air, soil and water can have negative affects on people and pets alike. In males, that could mean reduced sperm quality.
Looking for a new way to lose or maintain weight? Try this old-fashioned method, successfully updated for speed and efficiency.
Feeling down? Your eating habits could be helping—or hurting—your mental health.
Do you want to protect your brain health as you age? Your food choices can make a difference.
New research shows that face-to-face communication can go a long way toward staving off depression in older people.
Researchers say burning the midnight oil may take a toll on your long-term health. The good news is: You can take steps to change that.
Frustrated by sleep issues? A new study says you may be able to get help online.
Sexual violence can intensify memories of other traumatic events in your life. Researchers are working on ways to help.
Just as poor health can make you unhappy, unhappiness can lead to poorer health.
Develop higher levels of mindfulness to prevent feelings of rejection and exclusion.
Feeling stressed? Brain-dead? Dark chocolate can give you the mental boost you need to feel and perform better.
New research shows that some of the most beloved wild animals on earth are dying out, while our minds get tricked into thinking they are safe and abundant.
Science just gave us another good reason to stop overeating.
Feel like the odd one out? Research suggests you may be more normal than you think.
Worried about your memory? Finding it harder to comprehend new information? Science offers new hope for aging brains.
If you’re resolved to get more sleep in the new year, make your resolution stick with specific and realistic lifestyle changes that will give you real results.
What role does adoption play in the development of bonds between brothers and sisters? Researchers are looking for answers.
Do you like everything you eat or are you indulging just because it's in front of you? A new study answers the question.
Sexual activity and cognitive function are related in older adults.
Feeling too old, too busy, or too tired to get to a gym? Researchers say there's an easier way to stay healthy and live longer.
Susan McQuillan MS, RDN, is a food, health, and lifestyle writer.