The number of people who live for a century or longer is expected to grow eightfold by 2050. These 100-year-olds share their advice for staying healthy and happy.
Imagine looking at a task and instantly knowing how much time — and brain power — it will require. That’s how “time realists” lead their highly efficient lives. Step one: Delete any emails more than a month old.
Study after study points to a baffling development: a precipitous decline in male sperm counts. But the trend may say more about male anxiety than it does about fertility.
Kids are constantly making art, which leads to an awkward dilemma: Are you supposed to keep every “masterpiece”? Here’s the argument for tossing it all.
For decades, the medical community has ignored scientific evidence, choosing instead to wage a cruel war on fat people and stoke a nationwide obsession with weight. Now research proves the stigma of obesity is more harmful to your health than being overweight.
The Reserve is an exclusive, invitation-only casino in Sin City, and its penthouse hotel suites are “a judgment-free zone.” One butler reveals the most absurd room-service orders, exotic-pet requests, and not-so-petty thefts from high-rolling guests who make (and lose) small fortunes in a night.