Research Shows Loneliness is More of a Public Safety Hazard Than Obesity

One is the loneliest number and, sometimes, it could even be the most dangerous. Loneliness is just as much of a public health hazard as...

Ladies, Here’s How to Protect Yourself Against Would-Be Attackers

Think of five women in your life. According to statistics, one of them will be sexually assaulted in her lifetime. "Women are a target because...
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Now, That’s Love For You! Elderly Man Learns How to Style his Wife’s Hair...

A San Antonio, TX, couple's trip to the hair salon has gone viral after they were recorded doing a mini-hair lesson. KENS 5 caught up...

How to Get the Most Out of Your Fall Shopping Budget

Smart fall shopping can’t be boiled down to some set-in-stone lineup of items. It’s much more about how you play with what you’ve got...

New University of Chicago Study Finds Gang Involvement Poses Serious Health-Related Risks for Black...

Being involved in a gang poses considerable health-related risks for adolescent African American girls, including more casual sex partners and substance abuse combined with...

How Imagining a Better Marriage Helped to Improve Mine

by ALEAH MARSDEN Rather than living in ongoing resentment, God called me to refocus. I stood before the rack of cards and let out an irritated...

Study Finds that Single People Have Stronger Social Connections Than Married People

It turns out, if you're single, you probably hold stronger social bonds that help people. Marriage can constrain people socially, and is not always the...

Harvard Health Publications’ 12 Tips for Healthier Holiday Eating

It's easy to get swept up in the holiday season. This combination of religious and national celebrations can help keep the cold winter away....

Exercise Has Side Effects Too

You expect your workout to come with a good amount of sweat, soreness, and B.O. Less expected is itchiness, the runs, and snot. But...

Get that Power Nap! It Will Strengthen Your Memory

A power nap of just 45 minutes can boost memory by five times, research has found. A short doze helps you to retain information you...

Success, Motivation, and Goals: 12 Good Reasons Why You Should Keep a Journal

For years I've kept a journal to chronicle my life, plan for my dreams and strategize my goals. It is one of the important...

Here’s What Two of the Most Beautiful People in the World Do and Do...

The private chef that cooks for Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady recently shared exactly what the duo -- and their kids -- eat and...

Young People, Perfection Is an Illusion so Stop Chasing It

Work-life balance? What’s that in your 20s? I didn’t think I needed it. I didn’t even consider it. Not when I was willing to...

Tomorrow Is Veterans Day – Free Meals for U.S. Military Veterans Across the Country

Many Bay Area restaurants will honor active and retired members of the U.S. military with a free entree or appetizer on Veterans Day this...

How I’m Going to Start 2015 With a Positive Body Image

The past few years, I started noticing an unfortunate trend in my new year's resolutions: They were all steeped in negativity. "I'm going to...

If You’re Waiting on God, Here Are Four Things You Should Do

While driving through a pastoral area last week in rural Florida, I was enjoying the peaceful scenery of cows, horses and the occasional pygmy...

Tyra Banks Says Uniqueness Will be Celebrated as the New Standard of Beauty

Our perception of beauty will undergo a radical change in the future, according to Tyra Banks. In a story posted on the Wall Street Journal’s...

#ShoutYourAbortion Twitter Campaign Defends Planned Parenthood, Hopes to ‘Destigmatize’ Abortion

Women concerned about Republican efforts to take funding away from Planned Parenthood have taken to social media with a hashtag encouraging others to "shout...

Report Says Religious Shoppers Are More Likely to Spend Less & Make Fewer Impulse...

Shoppers with strong religious beliefs are less likely to make impulse purchases and tend to be more frugal in grocery spending, according to a...

Study Finds Majority of Seriously Mentally Ill Young People Do Not Receive Treatment They...

A study of over 53,000 American youth between the ages of six to 17 years has found mental health problems have decreased and rates...