Should you pop a pill or play in the dirt?
Hypnosis is a strategy many people use to quit smoking, lose weight or conquer their fear of flying. Could it work for you? One woman gives it a try.
Is your relationship hitting a lull? Here are four simple tips to get it back on track.
What started as a hashtag looking for shared experiences evolved into a bigger conversation.
The Olympic gymnast opened up about how sexual abuse led to depression and constant sleep.
Behold some of the bacteria that grew when a boy who had been playing outside pressed his hand onto a Petri dish.
Happy International Day of Happiness! Genes and circumstances play a role, but you really do have some power to feel happier.
Here's what men say about the appeal of older women.
Social anxiety is self-consciousness on steroids, but you can get to the point where it doesn't own you.
Sharing online? Here's one important step to take to avoid relationship problems.
It works because humans are great at making excuses and this word helps you work around them.
Those exaggerated features and the sense of the unknown make Momo look so scary.
How does one stay in the know, without getting lost in the noise?
Are you constantly criticizing your spouse? A relationship expert weighs in on why this happens and what to do about it.
A new book overturns male stereotypes about porn, libido and the importance of physical attractiveness.
At 90 years old, sex expert Dr. Ruth is still dishing out love advice. And she has a few things to say this Valentine's Day.
Here's what you need to know.
Jill Martin shares her online love story: She thought she was "above" online dating; then she met the love of her life.
The intense romance you feel at the beginning of a relationship has an expiration date for everyone.
The author of "How to Be Alone" reveals how to enjoy the holiday even if you don't have anyone to celebrate Valentine's Day with.
This popular YouTube couple hopes to normalize interabled relationships and show people that their love is just as exciting, fulfilling and real as any other....
The latest advice on how emotions, stress, cholesterol and diet affect heart health.
Will your relationship last?
This couple has been together for 18 years. Here is their advice for a happy union.
Need advice from the Guys Tell All panel?
After losing her boyfriend to a heroin overdose, woman shares what she wishes she knew about addiction.
Author Susan Cain says there's nothing wrong with being an introvert.
Infidelity is one of the most distressing things you can experience in a romantic relationship. Here's why lovers are motivated to be unfaithful.
The dermatologist's graphic videos showing acne-zapping and other skin procedures have countless fans. What's the attraction?
TODAY tests the organization method found in Marie Kondo's "The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up" and her new Netflix show.
People in their 70s, 80s and beyond reveal their biggest regrets in the hopes the younger generation can avoid them.
Still trying to figure out your New Year's resolution? Here's an easy one.
Paula Francis hopes her quest will change the country and people's lives.
The 'me, me, me epidemic' is a real problem with kids. The good news? It's totally curable.
After Milly Smith was told she didn't "look suicidal," she went on a mission to help others realize mental illness is complex.
Are you dreading the holidays because what is supposed to be a blissful family reunion seems to always turn into simmering tension? Us too.
This one will definitely land you on the naughty list.
Author who says she has spent much of her life alone shares her advice on how to enjoy the holidays if you're on your own.
It didn't take long for the fourth hour co-host to fall in love with the man she was married to for 29 years.
People who dread social situations often drink alcohol to ease their anxiety, but they may ultimately feel worse, study finds.
Drew and Jonathan Scott remembered a time when they both felt physical pain in the same spot despite being hundreds of miles apart.
You know, the talk about how awesome he is (open this story with caution, parents).