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Fender has discovered that guitars aren’t just for rock stars anymore — and they could help your mind stay young as you age
Fender worked with a research consultancy and a neuroscientist to learn about guitar players. The results suggest that playing guitar could contribute to well-being.
Change affects every aspect of our life. But many of us probably aren't as well equipped to deal with changes as we think, and even positive changes can elicit a stress response. Here are 5 steps for helping you through the changes in your life.
Despite their growing popularity, spicy foods do have a downside. They can cause health problems, especially if you eat too much. INSIDER spoke to several doctors to find out how spicy food can affect your health and what signs you should watch out for if you're overdoing it.
Inside Gwyneth Paltrow’s new London Goop store — where you can buy the infamous vaginal eggs and amethyst bottles
With the lure of Gwyneth Paltrow's vaginal eggs and vampire repellent impossible to resist, Business Insider's London bureau decided to drop in on Goop's new outpost to check out it's most outrageous wares.
Weight Watchers has changed its name to ‘WW’ to focus on overall wellness — here’s what’s actually changing about the pr...
Over the next few months, Weight Watchers says it plans to roll out several updates to its app that will help millions of its members around the world not just lose weight but feel better altogether.
‘This test is garbage’: Experts and former employees allege that a Silicon Valley startup gives bogus ‘cellular ages’ based on...
A Silicon Valley blood-testing startup sells a $99 kit that tells customers the average length of their telomeres, which are seen by some researchers as a holy grail of aging. But two of Telomere Diagnostics' original founders and a NASA researcher raised doubts about the test's efficacy.
CEOs are going on ‘executive getaways’ that cost up to $25,000 to de-stress — and some of their companies are paying for it
CEOs are going on "executive getaways" — at places that include a luxury ranch resort in Colorado and an all-inclusive spa in Miami — to recharge, de-stress, and learn to be better leaders. These programs cost as much as $25,000 and are sometimes paid for by the executive's company.
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These 10 cities are basically #wellness goals — with the world’s best gyms, longest vacations, and slimmest people
Believe it or not, Kuala Lumpur has the lowest density of fast food outlets to people among the world's major cities.
This 26-year-old left his job at PwC because he wanted to change work culture — now he runs a company getting bankers into meditation
26-year-old Gian Power discovered meditation after the murder of his father. Now, he runs 'Unwind,' the UK's first surround-sound meditation experience targeted at bankers and corporates.