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This $50 heated massager is the perfect antidote to carrying around a heavy backpack — it relieves my shoulder and back tension
I recently reviewed the InvoSpa Shiatsu Back, Neck, and Shoulder Massager with Heat from Amazon for $50, and it is a game changer.
Photo reveal: A $34 million San Francisco mansion billed as a ‘wellness home’ has a sauna, yoga studio, and filtration system that changes...
The San Francisco home comes with features like a fitness studio, massage room, and spa with a glass-enclosed sauna and steam shower.
Excessive hair loss and fur damage may indicate boredom, loneliness and even severe separation anxiety among household pets, according to experts.
This website lets you book a private massage in your home with a licensed massage therapist — here’s what my experience was like
Zeel lets you book an at-home massage for as little as $117 with a licensed therapist. The price even includes the tip, so there's no awkward fumbling.
I tried $95 ‘sleep glasses’ that are designed for watching TV or surfing the web before bed, but they also took the edge off harsh office ...
If you have a hard time sleeping after watching TV, or working all day beneath overhead fluorescent lighting, Felix Gray's "sleep" glasses might just change your life.
Zoe Kravitz’s diet and exercise routine doesn’t include a trainer but does include red wine and peanut butter
The "Big Little Lies" actress says she doesn't eat processed foods but does enjoy chocolate, peanut butter, or red wine.
A 35-year-old CEO who sold his first startup for $1 billion says he relied on alcohol for years to escape facing his life. Here’s why he’s...
As a young founder in high-stress situations, Justin Kan says he often used alcohol to escape facing things. Without it, he's happier than ever.
Forget beach parties and all-night clubbing: Wealthy travelers are spending money differently, and it’s created a massive $639 billion industry
Wealthy travelers are spending their money on "wellness summits," spirituality retreats, and resorts that focus on health and self-care.
Millennials are spending less money on alcohol than previous generations. Now, brands are marketing their booze as ‘wellness’ drinks in a ...
Brands have started marketed their alcohol as wellness drinks to try to appeal to wellness-obsessed millennials, who are spending less money on booze.
People who are over 50 have found that cannabis can soothe the symptoms of arthritis, Parkinson's, and the effects of a stroke.