4 Things That Might Actually Harm Your Health

Not only will these habits not lower your cancer risk, but they might end up harming your health instead.

5 Things That Might Help Prevent Cancer

These actions might lower cancer risk. But doctors aren’t sure, mainly because there hasn’t been enough research to prove or disprove a link. Until the verdict is in, take up these habits if the reassurance they bring outweighs the inconvenience.

How Telling Your Story Can Benefit Your Emotional Health

We naturally think of our own lives as stories, psychologists say. Changing the way you tell yours can help you handle whatever plot twists come your way.



How to Start Working Out (If You Basically Haven’t Moved Since Halloween)

If you’ve pretty much been planted in the couch cushions since that candy binge in October all the way through New Year’s Eve cocktails, here’s how to start exercising and establish a fitness routine you’ll actually stick with.

5 Myths About Lowering Cancer Risk

You may have solid reasons (environmental, ethical, or otherwise) to take these steps. But they don’t do much to lower cancer risk.

8 Daily Habits to Prevent Cancer

Nothing is sure to prevent cancer—the disease is linked to genetics, environmental factors, age, and plain luck. Still, there’s strong evidence these habits can lower your risk.

How Journaling Can Help You Stop Worrying

Expressive writing can help you get those fears out of your head—so you’ll have more brainpower to devote to accomplishing even the most stressful tasks.