How Climbing Phenom Adam Ondra Is Training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

When rock climbing debuts at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, it will likely be remembered as the watershed moment of a once-fringe activity gone mainstream. Undoubtedly, the sport has experienced a... Read more »

What to Eat and Drink to Crush Any Winter Sport

“The human body is designed for survival,” says sports nutrition coach Audrey Lee. “It’s going to do whatever it can and whatever it needs to do to survive.” Training in the winter... Read more »

Why Your Ponytail Gives You A Headache

The ponytail has long been a stylish and convenient hairdo. But it can also be a real pain. Studies have suggested that repeated ponytail wear can cause alopecia, and the style has... Read more »

How Chris Pratt’s Training for His New Action Movie ‘The Tomorrow War’

After starring in two of the biggest franchises in movie history with the Avengers and Jurassic World series, Chris Pratt is trying to make an original franchise of his own. Pratt’s next live-action... Read more »

An Introvert’s Life, Captured In 15 Tweets

If you’re an introvert, you value your alone time. You tend to think before you speak. You’d much rather socialize one-on-one than in a group. A phone call is probably your worst... Read more »

5 Grooming Products That’ll Fight Dandruff and Save Your Flaky Scalp

It’s the time of year when heads are covered most of the time (beanie, trapper hat, ski helmet), so you may not worry much about how your hair looks. Fair enough. But... Read more »

Therapy ‘Hangovers’ Are Totally Real. Here’s How To Deal With Them.

After a particularly trying therapy session, I sometimes feel like I’ve been hit by a bus. I’ve dubbed this feeling the “thangover,” AKA a therapy hangover. Weary eyes and drained energy, I... Read more »

A New At-Home Test Could Revolutionize Prostate Cancer Screening

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among American men (after skin cancer), and the American Cancer Society estimates that over 174,000 were diagnosed with it this year alone. Despite the... Read more »

Why You Won’t Necessarily Benefit From Eating More Protein

With keto and paleo diets grabbing headlines and pushing more protein onto plates across the country, it’s easy to think that an extra helping of meat (or other protein-rich foods) is good... Read more »

Can the Keto Diet Help You Fight the Flu?

Fans of the keto diet love to tout the regimen’s merits for building muscle and burning fat, but new research shows it could give your immune system a boost, too. Researchers at... Read more »