Most nutrition trends aren’t worth your time. But there are a few exceptions.
It takes a unique form of wilderness therapy to help people suffering from emotional trauma.
Being outdoorsy is not without its risks. If I could travel through time, here's some of the advice I'd give my (seemingly) immortal and (definitely) ignorant 20-year-old self.
What does it take to land on our annual list of the country's best employers? Perks like on-tap kombucha, free gym memberships, and company-sponsored ski trips certainly help. But it's a commitment to fun and supportive work environments that really makes these companies stand apart.
Ross Edgley is in the middle of a 2,000-mile swim. Here's how that epic slog is affecting his skin, heart, and mind.
Okay, we'll admit it. Our office is, like, five minutes from a TJ's.
From virtual-reality meditation to infrared saunas, these are the latest innovations and insights for improving your well-being
Ben Greenfield has some extreme ideas for living healthy. The thing is, most of them work.
As America wrestles with high rates of suicide among military personnel and veterans, outdoor programs have been offered up as a promising treatment. Dan Sidles seemed like the ideal candidate: an Iraq War vet who suffered from PTSD, he tried to find a renewed sense of purpose through climbing and mountaineering. Ultimately, it wasn’t enough. Brian Mockenhaupt explores the final years of a tortured friend.
Eating habits of the world's best cyclocrossers
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