Numerous studies show that journaling can improve children's emotional wellbeing and cognitive development—but how do you get started?
Hesitant to use your vacation time? Here's why taking short breaks throughout the year is beneficial for your health and work performance.
"It completely changed my face," Laura Galebe told Newsweek after using the traditional Chinese technique for a year.
Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) and well-being initiatives are both important parts of a healthy workplace. Here's how to integrate the two.
Blinking exercises involving closing your eyes for a few seconds before opening them again, repeated multiple times, can help with screen-related eye strain.
"Alcohol consumption in the sun might also affect your skin's ability to form a barrier against cuts and even infections," an expert told Newsweek.
Kat Holitik, a 22-year-old college student, tells Newsweek about the childhood experiences that led to her developing the disorder and how she copes with it.
Over 50 percent of employees with dogs would prefer it if they could bring their pets to work, according to a 2019 survey by the American Heart Society.
"Alzheimer's is such a hard disease, especially when you are young and see young parents face it, sending love!" wrote one user.
Sociologist and author Tracy Brower, Ph.D., explains why creating conditions for happiness is the best way to achieve satisfaction in your work life.
"My mom got to see me walk again for the first time in 19 years," the young woman with rheumatoid arthritis told Newsweek.
Deb Dana, a licensed clinical social worker, told Newsweek that connecting with another via "glimmers" in our lives "sparks something" in our nervous system.
Play is not just for kids. Science shows that play is central to human life—and too little of it can have serious health consequences.
Studies show that overall employee well-being is declining. Here's what company leaders can do to turn that around.
Once you are off sugar, you begin to notice how it's almost everywhere and in almost everything.
Approximately 81 million people in the U.S have been diagnosed with hay fever, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis.
Heading out for a run can be good for the mind, but could it also cause damage to the body?
Some of our daily habits may be inadvertently harming our fur babies—if you recognize any, you can take action now.
Thousands of people commented on the video to share their own similar experiences, and one person wrote: "I thought it only happened to me."
Bloating can interfere with what we wear, what we eat and day-to-day life. Fix it with these expert tips.
I immediately had so much more energy.
Lack of vitamin D may lead to symptoms such as fatigue and depression and low vitamin D levels are associated with dementia and Alzheimer's.