You’re not eating more… but you’ve taken on extra padding. Welcome to the club. Here Densie Webb, NextTribe’s nutrition expert, explains the science behind this shift—and what you can and can’t do about it.
On a trip to China’s Yunan Province, Jeannie Ralston got an appointment with a famed Chinese doctor. Though he prescribed his special blend of tea for her insomnia, it was something more intangible that had the most powerful effect.
After years of crippling pain, investigative reporter Cathryn Jakobson Ramin exposed the hype and hoaxes in the back pain industry and finally found relief. Here’s her advice on finding your own back whisperer.
It’s easy to make over your mood and improve your health. You just need to head to the hills (or park or river or beach).
More and more people are going on a plant-based diet, but Sacha Jones, a wellness counselor, has moved in the opposite direction. Here’s the reason.
Can’t stay on task. Check. Can’t ignore interruptions. Yup. But I wouldn’t medicate away this overly maligned condition and the side roads it’s led me on.
A new brain screening technology promises to detect signs of dementia in time for preventive measures. In a NextTribe exclusive, Jeannie Ralston investigates the potential.
In this new column, we compare two products or services in a given category to let you know how they stack up. We start with a magical meal-kit tour.
Imagine being the person who has to clean up after a house party…every day. Here’s why it’s important to let your liver rest and how to do it.