Happy International Day of Happiness! Genes and circumstances play a role, but you really do have some power to feel happier.
Dealing with incontinence? You're not alone: A recent survey of middle-aged women found that 43 percent suffered from incontinence.
Who doesn't want to sleep better at night?
Social anxiety is self-consciousness on steroids, but you can get to the point where it doesn't own you.
Your gas can usually be traced to what you've been eating. It's also totally normal, so don't be embarrassed.
The social media campaign is helping women learn more about endometriosis and feel less alone.
TODAY wants to know what you're dreaming about for an upcoming segment.
It's the seventh time this beautiful state has topped Gallup's well-being list since the rankings began in 2008.
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Haley Moss has turned her autism into a strength, becoming an advocate for neurodiversity.
A new book overturns male stereotypes about porn, libido and the importance of physical attractiveness.
Model Liz Kennedy chastised the clothing brand in a fiery Instagram post.
Study finds that heart attacks are on the rise in young women between the ages of 35 and 54.
Hilaria Baldwin demonstrates one easy stretch that can help you reduce stress and open your heart, no matter how busy your life is.
The actress and E! talk show host says working out "clicked" for her when she became a mother.
Love can offer important protections for the heart just as the lack of it can have profound health consequences.
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.
From vibrating alarm clocks to sunrise alarm clocks, these are the best alarm clocks for adults and kids, according to sleep experts and doctors.
Organizers hope the symbol will end the stigma, silence and “shame" around periods.
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Predicting a heart attack before it happens can be difficult and potential heart attack symptoms can be subtle.
Dan Gasby opens up about caring for the iconic restaurateur and the emotional and physical toll of watching their relationship dissolve.
From chocolates and gummies to creams and oils, the market is flooded with cannabidiol products that boast health benefits.
“It’s a physical sensation that begins in the scalp and extends through the body,” says the creator of popular ASMR videos.
According to researchers, the study very well may be the first of its kind.
A new study finds that night owls have an increased risk for mental illness and are less happy than morning larks.
A comment from a seamstress caused this woman to reflect on her experience with eating disorders.
Sleep experts fill us in on the best pillows for pain relief and comfortable snoozing!
If you have a dream of getting a second chance at a past regret we want to hear about it.
One dietitian is challenging the culture of Instagram perfection with powerful side-by-side photos.
These foods and supplements may make a difference in your immunity. Should you pop a pill or prepare a strategic meal?
The comedian and expecting mom has no interest in looking like a carbon copy, she said.
TODAY is looking for viewers who have met the love of their life.
Craig Melvin starts his resolutions in February so he can ease into them. This could lead to more success.
The former first lady was ahead of her time when it came to giving her girls exactly what they needed on particularly stressful school days.
We asked doctors how to feel better after sitting all day!
Fitness motivator, speaker and author Laurent Amzallag explains why you might want to change your routine.
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If you’re asking why you should face the world without a sip of wine or beer for a month, there are some compelling health reasons to do it.
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