Dreaming the Person I Was Meant to Be
Dreamwork, through which we learn to seen more deeply and acquire a psychological map, is particularly valuable for planning the second half of our lives.
By Harry R. Moody
Is Peyton Manning's 2nd Super Bowl Victory His Finale?
The Denver Broncos' crushing defense dominated the Carolina Panthers heralded offense and quarterback Cam Newton, giving Manning a fairy tale career ending—if he wants it.
By Richard Kagan
Learning to Dig In and Never Give Up
Confronting her own laxness, the author—just back from ice climbing in New Hampshire—offers tips on building stick-to-it-iveness.
By Ann Sheybani
Drug Prevents Key Age-Related Brain Changes in Rats
Researchers find way to reverse a change in the brain that underlies cognitive decline.
By Contributing Author
Loss of a Partner with Dementia As Profound as From Death
The loss of a spouse to dementia can bring profound loneliness and loss similar to an actual death.
By Helen Dennis
Chicago Goalie Corey Crawford Aims to Refute All-Star Snub with Another Stanley Cup
Despite his mounting accomplishments, Blackhawks' starting goaltender isn't getting respect. But he soon may, if he wins his third championship in four years.
Job Interview Strategy: Even Steamrollers Have to Breathe
Four things you need to know when your interviewer doesn't stop talking.
By Judy Rosemarin
Write a Book in a Weekend: Realistic or Ridiculous?
A book coach gives the lowdown on what's possible and how. Think Grumpy Cat! Or...
Living Our Legacies
A friend's death teaches a lesson about the legacy of living each day with a positive, joyful attitude.
By CJ Golden
'Lifespan Machine' Probes Cause of Aging; Finds No Single Mechanism
Surprising findings of a new study suggest that aging does not have a single discrete molecular cause but is rather a systemic process involving many components within a complex biological network.
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