If you’re sawing some serious logs at night, it’s a health issue! Michelle Breyer explains why snoring can get worse with age—and what to do about it.
You can’t spell “fifty-plus” without “f-i-t,” and midlife women know it. Just check out the results of our first ever-exercise survey for the facts, the (awesome) figures, and the fun.
Want to lose belly fat, find a fun new workout, or figure out some new meatless recipes? Here ya go!
Amy Keyishian always felt a little different, but it took till midlife to get a label. Here’s how to move ahead with a late-in-life ADD diagnosis.
As we get older, staying active is more important than ever. This month we’re focusing on exercise and fitness and how we can help you fit it into your life better.
Chill out and say Aaaah.
All of you who took NextTribe’s Stress Survey had questions about why you get stressed and what to do about it. We asked people who study stress, and here are answers plus 11 ways to deal with chronic stress.
There’s a new trend in dementia care that lets patients and caregivers socialize together.
If your sex drive has gone south, this new drug is something to get excited about.
If your comfort zone gets smaller with every passing year, listen to how Mary Kay Jordan Fleming is trying to keep her cool.
At the moment when society says we should be slowing down, we seem to be speeding up and juggling more … and we are proud of it. Janet Siroto takes a closer look.
In our survey, you unloaded some of your stress and we sure appreciate it. Here we share the three things that really turn up the pressure for you and more.
We’re almost afraid to ask, but what’s hair color doing to our health? Diane MacEachern talks to the author of an important new book on the subject.
This month, we’re looking at the kinds of things that get your blood pressure soaring, and we want to hear from you.
She took her first toke at age 12 and her last one at age 58. Here Nina Malkin explains how she went cold turkey off alcohol and drugs and why.
Carol Novello and Ginny Graves share the surprising truth about how animals can read us and what that means for our mental health.
If you are tempted by the homemade sunblock recipes on the internet, think again.
Researchers have recently identified another form of dementia—learn about it here
Green expert Diane MacEachern shares the none-too-pretty facts about cosmetic ingredients—and all the resources you need to clean up your act.
Brain health doesn’t come in a bottle.