Have you ever dated someone who disappeared, only to return a few months later with a text: "Hey, how have you been?" That's zombie-ing.
Most teens and young adults who wear contact lenses have at least one bad habit that raises their risk of a nasty eye infection, CDC says.
The Great American Eclipse is inspiring a great frenzy, but don't make these mistakes on Monday.
Oprah Winfrey and Stedman Graham have been together for more than 30 years without ever saying "I do" to each other — and they plan to keep it that way.
While naps are meant to be restorative and energizing, these types of lie-downs may not be healthy, experts say.
These simple tweaks could lead you to eat less.
TODAY tests the method behind the quirky Japanese organization manual by Marie Kondo that has taken the world by storm.
If you need help finding love, send a message to the universe and maybe love will find you. A widower is trying that approach.
It is possible, but the key is to pay attention to your body language — not the other person's.
There can be something unsettling about August. The month has "all ingredients for a stew of blues," experts say.
Complaining is harsh. There are better ways to discuss their bad habits.
In the latest edition of TODAY's "Is It Normal?" series, family psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein answers relationship questions you might never admit wondering...
The apparent suicide of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington is putting the spotlight on depression. For some, the symptoms can be subtle.
The world of digital dating is ever-dynamic, with trends like breadcrumbing and breezing. Here's the latest dating term to confuse all of us.
Jessie Char was flying to San Francisco when a woman sitting in the row behind her removed her shoes and socks. Things got worse from there.
It's important to not bring work stress home with you. Establish a routine that helps you unwind, relax and de-stress from the day.
Waiting can cause great frustration which leads to stress and we all know a stressful day is not a very fun day.
No "mental health days" in your company's benefits package? You can create a type of mental health day for yourself if you need to.
When his mother died, Joshua Fields Millburn was confronted with the emotional weight of getting rid of her possessions.
Your online profile says a lot about you — make sure it's not giving off the wrong impression.
In many ways, kissing says everything about your compatibility with your mate and the health of your relationship.
A new study says that office air conditioning may be biased against women, with temperatures more suitable to the average male of the 1960s.
Actress and model-turned-philanthropist Jennifer O'Neill is giving back to military veterans, servicemen and women and their families through her Nashville...
According to AAA, more than 44 million people will take to the roads, skies, rails and waterways to celebrate Independence Day. TODAY's Kathie Lee Gifford and...
It can be annoying if you're the one always making the effort.
Travel can do wonders for the soul. It can also do a number on your body. Here's how to cope with common vacation ailments.
That fight you had with your spouse after another night of too little sleep could set you up for big health problems. One strategy can help.
When you keep your last name after getting married, you'll be surprised to find who really cares.
A newlywed traveled to 20 countries to ask hundreds of people about how to make a marriage happy and lasting. This is what they told her.
Becoming a parent is one of life's happiest milestones, but studies show that raising children is actually making couples more unhappy.
Before you judge or say "there's still time to change your minds," there are a few things I want you to know about my child-free marriage.
Marriage is hard work, and most of us could use a few pointers.
TODAY teamed up with SurveyMonkey to find out what it's really like to be married in 2017.
We live in a culture full of fairy tale romances, but most of us are unprepared to do what it takes to create a loving and lasting real world love story.
Looking for a new life goal? Wash your hands first and then think about it.
If all you do is vent, complain and then whine, it's about time you change your tune.
Former Secret Service agent Evy Poumpouras shows Kathie Lee and Hoda simple self-defense techniques to use if you are menaced by an attacker, such as going...
The wrong meme or tweet could come back to haunt you.
Need advice from the Guys Tell All panel?
Scoring the interview is the first step. Here's how to really wow someone during an interview.
What can the "Tinder generation" teach you about love? More than you think!
Millennials are just different — here's why you may want to change your ways to accommodate your younger colleagues.