WELLNESS

The New Happiness Guru Says It’s OK to Be Unhappy

Ashley Frawley is questioning our fixation on happiness — and how it keeps us from challenging the ways society makes us unhappy in the first place.

It’s a Good Time to Be Ageist

The media company Ageist thinks about old differently.

The Secret to Happiness Might Be the Air We Breathe

Air pollution is far from just a health issue.

For Senior Citizens, a Laptop Becomes a Lifeline

Telebehavioral health options give senior patients the ability to manage medication and mental health challenges — which can lead to a better overall quality of life, as well as a more positive health outlook.

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Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

For Alaska Native Youth, a Tradition-Rooted Program Teaches Resilience

Adolescent suicide has been increasing at a staggering rate, but it's hitting American Indian and Alaska Native teens much harder.

Need More ZZZ’s? Sleep Retreats Are a (Glorious) Thing

This latest wellness trend tackles a problem facing 30 percent of people.

A Dead Philosopher Makes New Connections on YouTube

Freelance “spiritual entertainer” Alan Watts has an even larger following for his lectures today, nearly half a century after his death.

The Fitness Industry Wants to Clean the Air

Eco-friendly gyms and products promise to help you breathe better as you work out.

My Best Friend Thought I Was Too Fat … to Be in Her Wedding

Quinn Bartlett struggled with her weight and abuse from her mother.

When Getting Tied in Knots Becomes Therapeutic

Tim Murray-Wyles and his Conscious Therapeutic Kink classes are a new way to process trauma.

OZY PODCAST

When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

Aubrey Marcus Wants to Pump You Up. Should You Let Him?

This performance guru believes his keys to “total human optimization” can power purpose-driven communities.

Tips for Growing Old From a Long-Living Philosopher

Bertrand Russell wrote more than 4,000 publications, but perhaps none is more thoughtful than his essay on growing old.

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