The environmental activist and grandson of Jacques Cousteau shares the inspiration of exploration with a new generation.
The qualities we feel most embarrassed or awkward about—our deepest insecurities—are some of the greatest gifts we bring to a relationship.
Medical marijuana offers therapeutic potential for people suffering from chronic pain, trauma and other conditions that defy standard medical care, says a pioneering Maine osteopath.
Light, the foundation of all that exists, embodies the coming together of science and spirituality, says the author and optometrist.
It’s not happiness that makes us grateful, but gratefulness that makes us happy, counsels the head of the Network for Grateful Living.
After her late husband’s struggle with lung cancer, the style icon has turned her attention to organizing a way to put complementary therapies to use in healthcare.
“The Godfather of Seafood Sustainability” urges us to eat fish in a way that allows wild species to rebound; it can include eating healthily farmed and canned seafood.
The explorer and author speaks on how silence is golden and can be achieved anytime, anywhere by going within.
About half of the planet’s population lives in coastal areas, and building seawalls to hold back hurricanes and rising ocean waters is only a temporary solution.
The wildlife expert explains why we should appreciate wolves, snakes and bats and what he finds encouraging about an enlightened focus on wildlife protection.