Reynolds’s New York Times column Phys Ed is among the paper’s most popular. Her recent book is a myth-busting foray into the science of staying fit.
A writer-at-large for Runner's World, John Brant is the author of Duel in the Sun: Alberto Salazar, Dick Beardsley, and America's Greatest Marathon.
During a 30-year career Barry Werth has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Outside, GQ, and numerous other publications.
Transplant surgeons are increasingly using organs from bad donors. But with little known for certain about the consequences, doctors are confronting complex medical and ethical questions.
Will we grow babies outside their mothers’ bodies?
One is short on time, the other is short on money. Can they still eat well? We asked a team of experts for their best tips on making healthy meals that are fast and cheap—and still taste great.
Does working out really help you lose weight—or keep it off?
Older competitors are defying the laws of science and aging. Heed their secrets and you can, too.
We challenged one real woman to rev her metabolism, using every means available. It wasn’t pretty. But it was worth it—she lost weight.
A huge black turnout in November 1992 altered Chicago’s electoral landscape—and raised a new political star: a 31-year-old lawyer named Barack Obama.
Learn about the relationship you have with your baby during pregnancy and learn how you can be healthy during pregnancy.
Who says you can’t buy hope? Willa Shalit is proving that shopping can transform other people’s lives.