Today's Wellness News

Ticks are spreading more disease than ever
11/14/2018 12:14:00 AM
The real burden of tickborne infection is probably 10 times what is reported, experts say.
'Birdnesting' gives kids one stable home after a divorce. Does it work?
11/13/2018 04:59:00 PM
Experts weigh in on the pros and cons of 'birdnesting' or 'nesting' after a divorce, the latest in conscious uncoupling.
Juul to remove most of its flavored products from retail stores
11/13/2018 02:36:00 PM
"Juul's announcement is too little, too late," says the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
Paralyzing syndrome may be caused by viruses, CDC says
11/13/2018 01:14:00 PM
Vaccines are not suspected of triggering the rare, paralyzing condition, which can cause muscle weakness.
Ebola outbreak in Congo likely to last to mid-2019
11/13/2018 01:08:00 PM
The outbreak has already killed more than 200 people. Its location, among two armed groups and a dense population, makes it extremely challenging.
Running while female: Women share how they stay safe
11/12/2018 05:19:00 PM
It's impossible to eliminate all of the risks that come with running solo, but there are precautions women can take for a safer and more enjoyable workout.
Emotional intelligence: What it is and why it matters
11/12/2018 01:14:50 PM
A higher "EQ" may help you make wiser decisions, leading to a happier, more purposeful life.
New exercise guidelines say every little bit helps
11/12/2018 11:58:00 AM
“Everyone should be able to walk from their homes to the park, or walk to work," a CDC expert said.
How to train your brain to accept change, according to neuroscience
11/12/2018 08:07:00 AM
Change is naturally more difficult as we age, but it’s beneficial to our cognitive health to stimulate and encourage it.
Marijuana addiction: When use becomes abuse
11/11/2018 01:24:00 PM
More research needs to be done to highlight the long-term effects of marijuana use on the brain, body and our behavior, experts say.