Mind & Body

La La Land Is a Lucrative One

By Soli Salgado

Daydreaming may feel like procrastination or wasted time, but there’s value to spacing out throughout the day.

Can You Change Your Personality After 30?

By Soli Salgado

Hope you like yourself by your 30s, because it’s likely those personality traits aren’t going anywhere.

A Personality For Every Language

By Soli Salgado

Maybe you’re a nicer person in French. Or Japanese.

A Woman’s View From the Top Might Be a Sad One

By Soli Salgado

Women can have it all and more—including chronic stress and depression, studies show.


Rediscovering the Transatlantic Slave Trade Ships of the Eighteenth Century

By Anne Farrow

Logbooks used on transatlantic slave trade ships that navigated hundreds of years ago can tell us parts of our history that may have been forgotten over time.

Learning to Deal with Pet Loss

By Russell Friedman, Cole James and John W. James

Pet loss is devastating, but there are ways to acknowledge your grief that help you move through it without devaluing your love for your pet.

Bridging the Thigh Gap

By Tim White

Tim White offers his advice to a woman whose fiancée has a need for wide, open spaces and obsesses about her having a thigh gap.

Examining the Echinacea Herb

By Mel Borins

Draw your own conclusions on whether you should use the echinacea herb based on research on effectiveness and side effects.