appears in the following:

Planning a long-haul flight? Here's how to outsmart jet lag

Sunday, August 20, 2023

Wondering how to prepare for sleep disruption? Should you take melatonin or other sleep aids? Here's answers from researchers and seasoned travelers — including NPR's international correspondents.


Endometriosis, a painful and often overlooked disease, gets attention in a new film

Sunday, July 16, 2023

Below the Belt highlights patients' stories and the push for new research dollars for this poorly understood disease. Here are seven surprising facts from the film.


A step-by-step guide to finding a therapist

Sunday, July 02, 2023

If you've ever felt a need for therapy but got overwhelmed at the very prospect of choosing a provider, read on. Here's a step-by-step guide to finding someone who fits your needs — and budget.


Growing without groaning: A brief guide to gardening when you have chronic pain

Sunday, June 18, 2023

Want to plant but afraid of the 'ouch'? Here's advices from a physical therapist for how to get hands-on in the garden, even if you have back pain or other chronic aches.


Does sex get better with age? This senior sex therapist thinks so

Saturday, May 06, 2023

A recent study found that if you expect great sex after midlife, you're more likely to get it. Here's advice for seniors for how to make the most of your love life.


5 low-key ways to get your new year off to a healthy start

Saturday, January 07, 2023

Does the idea of ambitious goal-setting in January turn you off? Try these tips for sustainable self-care instead.


In the hunt for a male contraceptive, scientists look to stop sperm in their tracks

Sunday, December 04, 2022

For decades birth control research focused on women. Now there's a new push to develop gels, pills or other products that could keep men from getting their partners pregnant.


Kansas Town Takes Dental Care To School

Friday, August 21, 2015

Weeks before school started in Olathe, Kan., earlier this month, the town's school district began its annual effort to get low-income students signed up for dental checkups.

When parents register at the elementary schools that serve the district's poorest students, they are asked whether their children have a dentist. "And ...


Why It's An Uphill Battle To Make Indianapolis A More Pedestrian Friendly City

Friday, July 03, 2015

The American Fitness Index ranked Indianapolis last out of the 50 largest cities. Indianapolis has limited resources to make changes, but grassroots efforts are working to create walkable communities.