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Ever wondered who you might have been in a past life? Regression therapy (the therapeutic practice of unveiling one's past lives) has its detractors,...

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The winter's here, the fire is stoked, the nights are long--that can mean only one thing: it's reading season. And not to paint it...

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The 2012 Olympics kick off in London on July 27, 2012. Whether you're a massive track and field fan, or simply someone who likes...

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If your resolution for 2013 is to spend more time with your family, you might want to pick up a ball or schedule a...

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The most popular baby names by state have been published by the Social Security Administrationwith Mason (we can thank Kourtney Kardashian for that one)...

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"Lose 20 pounds in 30 days with no exercise" is the kind of promise you've seen in ads or heard on infomercials and wisely...

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With the Olympics fast approaching, thousands of visitors are getting ready to descend on London. If you're one of them, you should know that...

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Cheryl Strayed's memoir "Wild" became a sensation, joining a tradition of books about the lure of adventure as consolation after difficult turns in life's...

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The Hamptons have a rich history full of artists, weirdos, writers, the unimaginably wealthy and the strange things they get up to after a...

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In this Zola Q&A, Sonja Lyubomirsky—author of The Myths of Happiness, a new book exploring popular misconceptions about what actually brings us joy—discusses the...

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