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There’s a scientific reason why escaping to the woods was the best decision Hillary Clinton made after the election

In 'What Happened,' Clinton writes about how she found solace and healing after the election. Turns out her walks in the woods are backed by science.

Hillary Clinton swears by a technique called ‘alternate nostril breathing’ — here’s what it is and how to do it

In her new book "What Happened," Clinton describes a breathing technique she turns to for peace and calm. Here's how it works and the science behind it.

I asked a series of execs about their bedtime routines — and kept hearing about the same ritual

We got executives — including startup founders and CEOs — to tell us about their bedtime routines. Many say they read books or articles before going to sleep.

So many people want Stephen King to endorse their books he’s built a pile he calls ‘the guilt table’

Everyone wants award-winning author Stephen King to read — and recommend — their book, according to the New York Times.

The 9 best audiobooks to listen to on every type of commute

Audible rounded up the best audiobooks to listen to during your commute to work, whether it's a 15-minute walk or an hourlong train ride.

The 15 best business books of all time

Anyone who wants to know how Wall Street and Silicon Valley works should read these business histories and management and investing guides.

The 10 crucial business books that explain why modern capitalism works the way it does now

How capitalism changed from a system that made things into a trading desk for bonds, derivatives, and leverage ... and created the basis of modern inequality.

8 books Richard Branson thinks everyone should read

Virgin Group founder Richard Branson shares a number of his favorite books, many of them centering around becoming a better leader.

Ikea’s catalog is as popular as the Bible and the Quran

The Swedish furniture giant distributes more than 200 million copies of its catalog every year.

Here’s what it actually means to die ‘of old age’

Aging doesn't have to be a relentless process that ends in death, biologist Josh Mitteldorf and philosopher Dorion Sagan argue in "Cracking the Aging Code."