The holiday season is a marathon, not a sprint. So after days (if not weeks) of shopping, cooking and planning the perfect holiday party, some R&R is in order.
If you travel by plane, you know the adverse effects flying can have on the human body. Depending on a number of conditions, including varying altitudes and air pressure within the aircraft, passengers often experience drowsiness, dry skin, dehydration and fatigue (aka jet lag) — just to name a few.
Calling all travel junkies: Get ready for some serious wanderlust.
Traveling with only carry-on luggage may be tricky, but it's not impossible.
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This tiny device is one of the more crucial items you'll pack.
Health-promoting products to bring along on your next flight.
Start clearing your calendars.
Ah, the great outdoors. And if you're feeling refreshed and relaxed after your hikes or nights under the stars, science can tell you why.