Redesigning senior living spaces to feel less institutional
I hated exercise—until I learned you don't have to be intense about it.
Compounding the grief of loss are mountains of paperwork.
Dads reflect on the unexpected moments that defined them as parents.
Science says lasting relationships come down to—you guessed it—kindness and generosity.
Learning how to bond with my daughter, who found comfort in the familiarity of being alone, has come through understanding reactive attachment disorder.
The death of my last grandparent saw a generational shift in the structure of my family
It is a big leap from thinking that homosexuality is a deep part of one's sense of self to asserting that particular sexual formations and desires are biologically predetermined.
An overpopulated planet is not necessarily doomed. What matters most is how those billions of people choose to live.
The healthcare system snaps to attention to prolong life, but it doesn't always do the same in making death comfortable.
Inside a physician's 50-year-old journals, from a time when doctors made decisions for patients, not with them
If a fraught relationship might be significantly shortening your life, are you better off alone?
How one author breaks the cycles of self-loathing
Oldest siblings aspire to higher levels of formal education—and they're more likely to stick with it.
In expressing support and condolences after tragedy, the distance provided by social media is extraordinarily safe, but that doesn't make the process less meaningful.
The baby blues aren’t just the domain of birth mothers: fathers, adoptive parents, and nonbiological mothers are also at risk.
Some Jewish couples are developing alternatives to a gendered, heterosexual matrimonial ceremony that can still work within Jewish tradition and law.
"Would kids really be better off if their parents stayed together, fighting and yelling and tiptoeing around?"
Caring for my dying parents reintroduced substances into my life.
New research shows that the older people are when they make their first big commitment—cohabitation or marriage—the better their chances for marital success.