Stress–it's a 21st-century fact of life in multitasking, plugged-in, mile-a-minute New Jersey. But wait! The mindfulness movement has a better idea...
Teaching kids to cope, one breath at a time.
Promoting mindful living on the job.
At his Long Valley farm, a doctor preaches the gospel of food as an agent of healing.
Meditation has been shown to mitigate anxiety and depression, reduce blood pressure, slow the aging process and improve attention.
When the feet pound the pavement, the runner can experience a welcome sense of euphoria. Just don't expect it every time.
Yoga and meditation leave you cold? Give these alternative therapies a whirl.
Sometimes called “moving meditation,” the healing art of qigong is growing in popularity throughout New Jersey.
Here is a guide to some of the most popular yoga styles practiced today in America.
Pioneering surgeons, researchers bring cutting-edge procedures to New Jersey.
Compounders make prescription drugs the old-fashioned way, one ingredient at a time. For patients with a special need, that can be a lifesaver.
The increase in life-threatening food allergies among children has changed the public school experience.
Increased understanding of autism has vastly improved services for youths on the spectrum. But what happens when those kids turn 21?