12 Tips for Living a Longer Life

You don’t have to eat a dinner cooked by Dan Buettner, the author of “The Blue Zones Solution,” to incorporate his advice into your life: a life that will hopefully be longer after reading this.

Education Life: Four Steps to Choosing a College Major

Deciding on a course of study isn’t a lifelong sentence. It’s a jumping-off point. Most people’s work will shape-shift in unforeseeable ways.

Strategies: The High Cost of Investing Like a Daredevil

Research suggests that investors who think short term stand to miss out on thousands, or even hundreds of thousands, of dollars in returns.

Well: Ask Well: Do I Need an Annual Physical?

An annual physical is routine for about 45 million Americans. Should it be?

The New Health Care: Simple Rules for Healthy Eating

There’s a lot of advice out there about what kinds of food you should be avoiding. Here’s a more positive approach.

Your Money: Why You Should Tell Your Children How Much You Make

Discussions about family finances can start early and fit a child’s age and ability to understand, but they shouldn’t be avoided.

When Cooking, Invest Time. Or Work. Not Both.

For feed-the-family fare each day, you need to be more efficient.

Recipe Lab: Steak That Sizzles on the Stovetop

You don’t need a grill to cook a great steak.

Ask Well: Exercises to Strengthen Bones

High-impact activities like sprinting and jumping are best at increasing bone density, studies say, but there are benefits from brisk walking and even whole-body vibration platforms.


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