Studies link hot peppers to improved health and longer life
Local astrologer Laurie Twilight blends psychology with astrology to help clients heal and thrive
Does social networking leave us more drained than entertained?
Health beneficial olive oil could be the state’s next best drought-resistant crop
Wild chaga mushroom stimulates immune response and fights cancer
New program brings the opposite of dying—lifelong learning—to the Scotts Valley Library
Local martial arts master empowers students with Parkinson’s disease to recover the brain-body connection
Local man looks to develop herbal remedy for post-traumatic stress disorder
The realities of farmed versus wild salmon
New discovery in the neurochemical pathways of appetite sheds light on future treatment of overeating
Why gum can actually be good for you
UCSC partners with local nonprofit to find plant-based solution to a deadly superbug
When it comes to sugar, our brains are wired to want more
Science is confirming many of the beliefs about digestion that ayurveda has made for centuries
Relationship role models share tools for fostering a healthy, vibrant relationship
Local company She.Is.Beautiful works to empower women with races and Self Transformation Day.
A Fungus Fair expert explains which mushrooms have medicinal properties, and why.
Getting older is scary sometimes, but aging can mean growing happier, too
The painful process of coping with the loss of a pet
Can Orgasmic Meditation make us happier, healthier and more connected?
Project Homeless Connect offers services that fill a need beyond hunger
One insomniac’s quest for the perfect sleep aid
Local musician Randy Masters to teach course integrating sound with massage
Can epigenetics help us control our genes?
Santa Cruz, a mecca for Nurse Midwifery, celebrates 40 years of practic
Is the butter-in-coffee fad really good for you?
Why does acupuncture work?
Changing the perception of bodywork from one of luxury to one of necessity
The duo behind the Santa Cruz Challenge explain their philosophy of fitness
Relaxing in a sensory deprivation tank is like returning to the womb (sort of)