Feel the Burn! 5 Fat Burning Jump Rope Workouts for All Levels

Jump rope workouts are one of the best cardio exercises you can do. With jump rope workouts, you’ll burn fat, improve yo

Horses Have an Extraordinary Ability to Help Humans

"Equine therapy provides a horse-human connection to people with mental, physical and psychological disabilities that en

Feel Like a Fraud, Despite Your Success? You Might Have Impostor Syndrome

"Impostor syndrome is a fear of being “found out” as a fraud, feeling that success is not deserved and so you have to ov

Survivor Guilt: Living Through Major Trauma

"Two students hug in front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 people were killed on Feb. 14, 2018 in Parkl

Why Can’t You Smell Your Own House?

"Your dog, dirty clothes and old dishes all might have something to do with why your house smells. But there's a scienti

10 Health Benefits of Echinacea

Echinacea isn’t just a pretty purple flower. It has some impressive healing properties. You may already know it helps the common cold—more on that below—but there are a lot of other health benefits of

All About the Ancient Medical Practice of Gua Sha

Gua sha is a technique involving the scraping of a blunt tool across the skin. Proponents tout the technique’s ability to release unhealthy matter from sore or injured muscles and promote cell repair

Avoid Seasonal Stress-Based Eating

You’ll never hear about it in any holiday song. Still, everyone knows that decking the halls can be as stressful as it’s supposed to be jolly. Just ask Joan Ifland, PhD, who believes that, for many, f

10 Useful Stretches for Lower Back Pain

It’s probably the last thing you want to do when you have lower back pain, but stretching those muscles is an important step in recovery. We’ve compiled 10 great stretches for lower back pain to help

Who Built This Joint?!

“Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones …”—20th-century spiritual song I was gliding backward. I closed my eyes for a brief moment, praying as much for bravery as for success. Then I committed, stepping

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