When you can't dedicate as much time to training as you might like, here's how to keep your priorities straight—without feeling guilty.
Taji gets his teeth whitened at a poorly reviewed orthodontist's office.
When we shrink our lives down to bubbles and pods, we lose access to the low-stakes connections that are good for our well-being. Here's how to fix that.
Humans tend to fare poorly at predicting how we are going to feel in the future—and often totally misjudge what will make us happy.
If you're feeling like everyone hates you because you're seeing so many sort-of-friends hanging out without you, you're not alone.
The U.S. is still struggling to control COVID-19. According to a writer living in Seoul, his country has already adjusted to a new normal.
The best way to travel this fall and winter is to combine meticulous trip planning with in-the-moment flexibility.
If the point of working out isn't soreness, then... what is it?
They're asking the FDA to declare the pill used in about 40% of abortions an “imminent hazard to public health.”
Coronavirus has upended the intimate work of Socorristas en Red, a collective of volunteers who help women get abortions. But it hasn't changed their ultimate goal: a dramatic cultural shift in how Argentina treats women seeking to end their pregnancies.
Thousands of Americans sought out pills to end pregnancies in the first few weeks of the coronavirus pandemic.
Calling for everyone to get an IUD in the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death overlooks the current reality in several states, and doesn’t do anything to help those already living without abortion access, even as Roe v. Wade stands.
A challenge to the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to come before the Supreme Court Nov. 10, just days after Election Day.
Misinformation and stigma around the novel coronavirus has led to more than 100 patients fleeing from COVID-19 care facilities.