Teri Harman, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Oct 7th - 9:07am
Stories get lost, forgotten, only to be found buried in the dusty shelves of used bookstores. But some books are too good not to resurrect. "The Elementals" by horror author Michael McDowell is back in print and the perfect October read.
Carina Storrs, Special to CNN | Posted Oct 2nd - 8:31pm
It's a never-ending battle: You diet and exercise, but can't shed the pounds. And it's not just you: a new study suggests many other factors, including stress and pollution, could be conspiring to make weight loss harder today than a few decades ago.
We are running ourselves ragged trying to keep up with the demands of life. The fact is, we cannot keep up with the expectations we put on ourselves. Learn how to hang up your superhero cape to find better balance and more harmony in life.
On Sept. 26, Corrine Ceran crossed the finish line of the Huntsville Marathon, with two of her daughters at her side, having been pushed nearly the entire distance in a stroller. She had completed a dream that had evaded her for 30 years.
Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Sep 28th - 6:59am
"I worry too much and it is draining joy from my life, but I honestly cannot stop." In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares some unique ways to change your perspective on your life and worry less.
At 15, MacKenzie Walker has accomplished more than most people twice her age. She's written a book. She's started a business, training and coaching clients online. She's amassed nearly 60,000 Instagram followers.
Dana Santas, Special to CNN | Posted Sep 23rd - 8:33pm
Most of us don't have the luxury of starting our days with the easy-going, sunrise-watching, coffee-sipping routines depicted in commercials. Here's why you should do five minutes of yoga every morning to set your body and mind right — before doing anything else.
Weight loss is not always part of the diet and exercise process, so getting frustrated about not losing weight is a waste of time. There are three main reasons people have a hard time losing weight even when they're "doing everything right."
Carina Storrs, Special to CNN | Posted Sep 18th - 8:32pm
Doctors have long known that systolic blood pressure below 120 was considered normal and meant a lower risk of heart disease and kidney problems. But they would often only treat patients if that top number crept above 140, the threshold for officially having high blood pressure.