As a special edition of Kathie Lee and Hoda dedicated to beauty and cosmetic treatments continues, dermatologist Dr. Heidi Waldorf fills the ladies in on fillers...
Trying to make too many big changes all at once will set you up for failure. Instead, make simple, small changes, one day at a time.
As a special fitness edition of Kathie Lee and Hoda continues, TODAY's Donna Farizan (aka Donnadorable) tries parkour obstacle course training at a facility...
How long does it take to burn off your favorite fattening fare? Longer than you'd think.
Try these exercises to target your entire body!
TODAY investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen lets you know what glasses are safe to wear to view the solar eclipse and warns against dangerous counterfeits....
It's a new trend in New York studios: "laughter yoga" to reduce pain and relieve stress. Kathie Lee and Hoda send TODAY's Donna Farizan (aka Donnadorable) to...
Society might think you're a little weird, but does that really mean it's bad to do the things you do?
Hoda combined her love of music and surprises to reward a mom who helps bring music to sick kids.
Josh and Aly Taylor, a couple featured on the TLC show "Rattled," shared their improbable story of surviving cancer and becoming a family of five.
For members of the Splash in San Diego's Senior Women's Basketball Association — a team whose youngest player is 82 years old — the time they spend on the court...
Dr. Sandra Lee tells TODAY how to heal skin imperfections in five trouble spots: scalp, face, upper arms, chest and back.
Most Americans regularly take prescription medication. Here are the steps you can take to make sure the pills you're taking are safe and effective.
These moms aim to erase the stigma surrounding marijuana use while parenting children, saying it has made them better parents and more productive.
The Kentucky obstetrician was in the hospital waiting to give birth when she jumped into action after hearing a patient in distress.
Even the healthiest eater struggles with "portion distortion." Try these simple and practical ways to help gauge smart-size portions.
Here is a delicious one-day menu that hits all the marks necessary for a clear, glowing complexion.
In the age of digital everything, it's easy to forget that technology is meant to improve your life — not make it more stressful.
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 TV host shares her amazing perspective with NBC's Megyn Kelly.
Before you stock up on new sunscreen, read these recommendations from Consumer Reports.
Get healthy, save money and budget time for family meals with these easy dinner tips.
TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer introduces Kathie Lee and Hoda to the two latest members of the Joy Fit Club: a high school teacher whose young son and students...
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Joy Bauer and Jean Chatzky share their tips for cutting calories and cost at the grocery store.
Natural Cycles was developed by a pair of married European physicists, but would you trust an app for birth control?
Temperatures are hitting the 90s in New York City Thursday, so it's a perfect time for TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas to showcase beauty aids designed to...
Even modest improvements in diet can translate into longer life, a new study suggests.
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.
The TODAY co-host described how her faith helped her overcome her husband's infidelity.
Ground-breaking programs at police departments in Texas and Oregon are focusing on improving brain health and cognitive performance under pressure.
Gerda Saunders, a former gender studies professor, has written a memoir about living with microvascular disease, a form of dementia.
After several recent deaths, there are new concerns about sedating children for dental procedures.
From twitchy eyes to smelly feet to frequent flatulence, weird symptoms can be wacky but worrisome. Fortunately, NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar...
Actress and model-turned-philanthropist Jennifer O'Neill is giving back to military veterans, servicemen and women and their families through her Nashville...
Are you looking for ways to step it up around the house, burn some extra calories and put more health and fitness back into your routine?
Be an "informed eater" and know the calorie count and healthy portions for your favorite foods.
Kim Cihlar and Christina Johnson were struggling emotionally and physically when they realized they needed to reset their lives. Here's how they did it.
The 39-year-old TV host opened up for the first time about her health scare in an interview with People magazine.
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.
Marriage is hard work, and most of us could use a few pointers.
The doctor-patient relationship is an important one, but it's not always forever. Knowing when to cut the cord is key to your health.