Five tips to help you get outdoors to work out

It's never a bad time to start an exercise routine or get back to one. And with warmer weather and more daylight on the horizon, there's ample opportunity to get outside for your daily walk, bike ride or team sport.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Why you shouldn't let guilt motivate you to exercise

The hardest part of consistently exercising is finding the motivation to do it. But using the wrong type of motivation for your workouts could militate against you—and could even have consequences for your mental health.


Q&A: Improving patient–doctor communication

When patients don't feel heard by their doctors, there's an erosion of trust that can lead to serious health consequences—even if clinicians have their patients' best interests in mind.

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