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Climate change is opening up more than ice fields—it's stoking a new tourism economy.

Ingenious tips from essential wellness books

Some people might be built for speed and others for distance, but everyone benefits from running faster. This is how you do it.

I thought that starchy foods aren't good for you—why do I keep reading about the health benefits of this certain type?

Most of us shower daily to stay clean. But from a scientific standpoint, our modern hygiene habits are overrated.

In The Art of Competition, Ironman-turned-author Mark Allen gives insight into the thoughts that helped him race his fastest while living to the fullest.

Two brothers and a sister—whose parents are endurance athletes—attempted to swim the English Channel together this month. Does the family factor add any advantage?

We can boat the same backyard river with our family a dozen or more times, and it will never get old—because rivers, like our children, are constantly changing.

Two years ago, Filipe Leite turned his ponies south on a journey from Canada to Brazil. Ten thousand miles later, he's almost home after facing drug traffickers, grizzlies, and mad bulls on an epic transcontinental trip.

I want to explore the best of what nature has to offer. Where can I find some up-and-coming ecotourism sites?

Click but don’t share when you’re on safari

New research suggests your pet really loves you, just not necessarily in the way you think.

Three plane fuselages in a Montana river might seem like a problem, but there’s more to the accident than meets the eye.

From wombats to killer whales, animals suffer from OCD, PTSD, anxiety, phobias, and mood disorders. What that says about us, and how we can learn to be "therapy humans" for our pets.

Five wild mountain ranges. Hundreds of miles of trails. Zero crowds. That’s what awaits visitors at the country’s newest Naitonal Monument in New Mexico. Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks consists of four separate patches of the Chihuahuan Desert surrounding Las Cruces in southern New Mexico. Encompassing a half-million acres…

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