How the food you eat affects your brain - Mia Nacamulli
When it comes to what you bite, chew and swallow, your choices have a direct and long-lasting effect on the most powerful organ in your body: your brain.
What the sugar coating on your cells is trying to tell you - Carolyn Bertozzi
Your cells are coated with sugars that store information and speak a secret language. What are they trying to tell us? Your blood type, for one -- and, potentially, that you have cancer.
How sleep affects your emotions - Matt Walker
It's not just your imagination -- you're more irritable when you're low on zzzzs.
Healing through diet - Dean Ornish
Dean Ornish talks about simple, low-tech and low-cost ways to take advantage of the body's natural desire to heal itself.
An unexpected place of healing - Romona Pierson
When Ramona Pierson was 22, she was hit by a drunk driver and spent 18 months in a coma.
What almost dying taught me about living - Suleika Jaouad
"The hardest part of my cancer experience began once the cancer was gone," says author Suleika Jaouad.
Why some people find exercise harder than others - Emily Balcetis
Why do some people struggle more than others to keep off the pounds? Social psychologist Emily Balcetis shows research that addresses one of the many factors: our vision.
Mia Nacamulli - What would happen if you didn't drink water?
Water is essentially everywhere in our world, and the average human is composed of between 55 and 60% water.
Emma Bryce - What is a calorie?
We hear about calories all the time: How many calories are in this cookie? How many are burned by doing 100 jumping jacks, or long-distance running, or fidgeting? But what is a calorie, really?
How Playing Sports Benefits your body ... And your brain - Leah Lagos & Jaspal Ricky Singh
The victory of the underdog. The last minute penalty shot that wins the tournament. The training montage. Many people love to glorify victory on the field, cheer for teams, and play sports.
Why sitting is bad for you - Murat Dalkilinç
Sitting down for brief periods can help us recover from stress or recuperate from exercise. But nowadays, our lifestyles make us sit much more than we move around.
How caffeine and alcohol affect your sleep - Matt Walker
Caffeine wakes you up, and alcohol makes you nod off, right? It's not that simple.
Why do we sleep? Russell Foster
Russell Foster is a circadian neuroscientist: He studies the sleep cycles of the brain. And he asks: What do we know about sleep?
Sleep is your superpower - Matt Walker
Sleep is your life-support system and Mother Nature's best effort yet at immortality, says sleep scientist Matt Walker.
6 tips for better sleep - Matt Walker
Want to not only fall asleep quickly but also stay asleep longer?
How much sleep do you really need? - Matt Walker
You know you need to get enough sleep, but the question remains: How much is enough?
A walk through the stages of sleep - Matt Walker
Did you know you go on a journey every night after you close your eyes?