Matzo-on-matzo sandwiches? Not this Passover. We’ve rounded up 34 delicious, nutritious ways to make the week of no bread products fly by. Check out these recipes for almond flour pancakes, matzo lasagna, pecan bars, and more.
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A regular meditation practice can make practitioners smarter and less stressed, and can boost their immune systems and attention spans. Try it for 10 minutes a day.
Try running in place for a few minutes to get those endorphins flowing. Even brief physical activity can help beat stress.
Whether you work 18 hours a day or you’re just shy, making new friends in your 20s and 30s can be a huge challenge. Here's our best advice for fostering some truly meaningful non-romantic relationships.
Forget the wine and sexy lingerie. This February 14th, try focusing on all the ways our platonic pals make us happy and healthy.


Some psychologists say the current generation of 18- to 22-year-olds is the most narcissistic in history. But maybe a little self-obsession isn’t such a bad thing.

Yesterday Massachusetts voted to legalize medical marijuana; Arkansas voted against it. We’re not talking just munchies and Pink Floyd — weed can be a legitimate treatment for medical ailments.

Today marks the launch of 100Plus, an app that makes predictions about your future health based on your current habits. Greatist spoke to cofounder Chris Hogg to learn exactly how the app works.

One of the U.K.’s top dance crews is teaming up with Fitness First to offer street dance classes meant to get folks fit while busting a move. We take a look if Diversity, winner of 2009 Britain’s Got Talent, can make this alt-workout both cool and functional.
Weiner’s namesake body part is the center of attention in New York City’s 2013 mayoral elections. But this is hardly the first time a philandering politician has made headlines. Why are we obsessed with political sex scandals?